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Sussex runners take part in London Marathon

Runners from all over Sussex completed the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday (April 22), raising money for a number of good causes.

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Malcolm Robinson with his two awards is pictured with Lynda Rigby from IBMS

Worthing man named Biomedical Scientist of the Year

A Worthing man whose pioneering project in memory of a young boy has been rolled out in hospitals around the UK has been named Biomedical Scientist of the Year.

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PICTURES: Pet day supports campaign against animal testing

Dogs had their day at The Body Shop in Littlehampton as part of a fun day raising awareness of animal testing.

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Sussex mental health trust had 262 serious incidents last year

The mental health trust for Sussex has defended the high number of serious incidents it recorded last year.

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First year service for the Rolls-Royce SRH

COUNTY NEWS: World’s smallest Rolls-Royce has helped a child a day at Sussex hospital

A mini electric Rolls-Royce donated to a children’s ward at a West Sussex hospital has gone in for its first year service.

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Ambulance chairman to step down

The chairman of Sussex’s ambulance service is to step down just a year into the job due to health reasons.

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Coastal West Sussex CCG hits NHS cancer waiting times target, figures show

More than 85% of cancer patients started their treatment within two months of GP referral, with Coastal West Sussex Clinical Commissioning Group hitting the NHS target.

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VIDEO: Meet the Shoreham teen who needs a new heart

A teenager who needs a heart and lung transplant has been told to wait until his condition worsens before he can have the treatment.

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Nick Herbert with Arundel resident Stephen Nightingale

Arundel MP meets man with prostate cancer ahead of £75m funding

MP Nick Herbert has welcomed the government’s £75m funding boost to help thousands of men with prostate cancer get treatment earlier and faster.

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A High pollen count is forecast for Peterborough this week

Warm weather brings ‘high’ pollen count and problems for Sussex hay fever sufferers this week

There is a ‘high’ pollen warning for Sussex this week, according to Met Office forecasts.

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West Sussex’s women more likely to be admitted to hospital with an alcohol related condition now than five years ago, data reveals

West Sussex’s women are more likely to be admitted to hospital with an alcohol related condition now than they were five years ago, data reveals.

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Gaston Farm: 14 people ill and health warnings issued

Gaston Farm: 14 people ill and health warnings issued

At least 14 people have fallen ill with a parasite after visiting Gaston Farm, the national health authority has said.

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Physical activity levels in West Sussex revealed

Physical activity levels in West Sussex revealed

A national sport survey has found that 64.3% of people in West Sussex get the recommended two and a half hours of physical activity a week.

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UPDATE: Farm shuts doors today over parasite fears

UPDATE: Farm shuts doors today over parasite fears

Gaston Farm is closed today for public safety as parasite fears continue.

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Patients organise meeting about GPs and healthcare

Patients organise meeting about GPs and healthcare

A meeting run by patients will be putting healthcare in the spotlight.

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Jacqui Swindells, front right, at the taster session for the new partership between Jo Jingles Worthing Arun and Abbeyfield Ferring. Picrture: Steve Robards SR1809069

New music class brings three generations together

Music and movement sessions are bringing three generations together, for mutual benefit.

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Gaston Farm takes measures after parasite concerns

Gaston Farm has ceased the holding of all lambs today after health concerns were raised.

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VIDEO AND PICTURES: See inside Herald and Gazette Gym of the Year 2018

South Coast Gym has staff to help with any form of training, from simply getting into trim to winning competitions.

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Across NHS staff in England, women are paid on average 23 per cent less than men, the figures show

Sussex NHS trust one of few to pay women more than men

The Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust has been revealed as one of the few public sector organisations in England to have a gender pay gap in favour of women.

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