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Video: Watch how Lionel Richie reacted to proposal at his Hove concert

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Missing Angmering woman found safe and well

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Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Crime

South East residents spend £100 a month on their appearance

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New awning is gift to Worthing primary school

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Pupils go the extra mile to promote walking to school

Education

PICTURES: Birthday afternoon tea at Chestnut Tree House

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Pubs staff sweep the streets in annual litter campaign

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Sussex Travel: Engineering works affect rail services

Transport

Sussex Travel: Engineering works affect rail services

Transport
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Roads closed as air ambulance attends Felpham crash

Transport
Jack Delbridge, second from left, and Worthing Borough Council leader Daniel Humphreys, far right

Worthing and Lancing A27 route announcement delay criticised

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The Crossbush junction along the A27. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Planned review of Arundel bypass decision sparks contrasting opinions

Transport
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GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

Transport

Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Crime
Courts

HM Courts Service: Results list for June 15 to 22, 2018

Crime
Police arrested a man following the collision. Pictures: Eddie Mitchell

Man arrested on suspicion of drug-driving after earlier Worthing collision

Crime
The month-long operation was launched by Surrey and Sussex Police last week. Picture: Sussex Police

Police arrest 42 as drink and drug-driving campaign kicks off

Crime

New awning is gift to Worthing primary school

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Every pupil who took part in The Big (Sunny) Walk received a certificate and a cereal bar when they arrived at River Beach Primary School in Littlehampton

Pupils go the extra mile to promote walking to school

Education
Children from The Angmering School are preparing for their Big Charity Day 2, hoping to collect two tonnes of food for the Littlehampton food bank

School aiming to collect two tonnes of food

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Lyminster Primary School pupils with Bognor Regis and Littlehampton MP Nick Gibb at Westminster

Pupils praised for enthusiasm at Westminster

Education
WSCC

County calls for more powers to intervene over academies

Education

Pharmacy closes in supermarket

Health
Citizens Advice Bureau staff, Littlehampton, Luca Badioli. Photo by Derek Martin

Universal credit to take over benefits in Arun and Chichester

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Jack Delbridge, second from left, and Worthing Borough Council leader Daniel Humphreys, far right

Worthing and Lancing A27 route announcement delay criticised

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Demolition of Worthing's Teville Gate car park complete

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Pupils praised for enthusiasm at Westminster

Education
One of the key aims for West Sussex County Council is that all children and young people in West Sussex are safe, resilient and realise their potential and aspirations. At the Full Council meeting members proudly signed a pledge to Children who are Looked After and Care Leavers as part of their commitment to keep these children safe, listen to their views and opinions and support them to exceed their goals in life.

Calls to exempt care leavers from council tax up to 25

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From March 2017: Steyning says 'no' to proposed quarry next to Hammes Farm, Washington Road, Steyning. Pic Steve Robards  SR1705285 SUS-170314-153342001

Call for new sand quarry sites in summer

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Charles Horton, Chief Executive Officer, Govia Thameslink Railway, speaking at the House of Commons Transport Select Committtee in 2016 (from parliament.tv). SUS-160507-111900001

Southern and Thameslink boss resigns

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Female county councillors outside County Hall in February wearing rosettes to mark 100 years since legislation was passed giving some women the vote for the first time in the UK

Calls for more councillors from under-represented groups

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Record number of visitors at garden open weekend

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Head teacher Thomas Moore and senior associate solicitor Gareth Collins with pupils at Bury Primary School

Tree gift fits perfectly with school’s environmental award

Environment

Crowdfunding campaign launched for second Arundel Bypass challenge

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The wonderful display of roses

PICTURES: East Preston and Kingston rose show

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Worthing father welcomes inquiry into special education provision

Health
Sainsburys in Lyon Farm, Worthing. Picture: Google

Pharmacy closes in supermarket

Health
Ian Puttock is training for Marathon Madness 5 in 5 to raise money for Heads On

‘5 in 5’ marathon challenge for Heads On

Health
Mohamed Barakat, 63, from Goring, next to his front door which was broken into. The dent can be seen on the doorframe where the burglars forced one of the three locks.

Husband’s despair as thieves steal wife’s operation money

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Shoreham fundraiser steps up for bowel cancer charity

Health