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

Lionel Richie was upstaged by a proposal at his Hove concert.

Music
Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Metal thefts across Sussex are on the rise, according to Sussex Police.

Crime
South East residents spend £100 a month on their appearance

South East residents spend £100 a month on their appearance

People living in the South East spend £3,323.80 every month, according to personal finance manager Money Dashboard – the third most after the East of England and London.

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Children at Clapham and Patching CE primary school enjoying the new awning

New awning is gift to Worthing primary school

Pupils, parents and staff were surprised with an awning that was built during a weekend at Clapham and Patching CE 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

How do you encourage your classmates to walk to school?

Education
A group of litter pickers from Hall and Woodhouse pubs took part in the Founders Sweepers litter campaign. Pictured outside the Black Rabbit in Arundel SUS-180615-173259001

Pubs staff sweep the streets in annual litter campaign

Teams from pubs across Sussex headed onto the streets to collect litter as part of the annual Hall and Woodhouse Founder’s Sweepers campaign.

News
Sussex Travel: Engineering works affect rail services

Sussex Travel: Engineering works affect rail services

Engineering works will be affecting Southern, Thameslink and Gatwick Express services this weekend.

Transport

Ambrose Place hidden gardens

Hidden back gardens linked to the Regency terrace in Ambrose Place, Worthing, will be revealed at the annual National Garden Scheme open day.

Whats on
People taking part in the seven-mile Angmering Ramble, including some 4Sight Vision Support members

Annual ramble provides seven miles of help for charity

Avid walkers gathered at Angmering Park Estate for the annual Angmering Ramble in aid of a charity for blind and visually impaired people.

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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

Students at The Angmering School are hoping to build on last year’s food collection success by organising the Big Charity Day Two in aid of the Littlehampton Food Bank.

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Missing Angmering woman found safe and well

Missing Angmering woman found safe and well

Missing Angmering woman Holly Anstee has been found safe and well, according to police.

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

Pupils praised for enthusiasm at Westminster

Pupils from Lyminster Primary School have been praised by their MP for their enthusiasm for politics.

Education
Courts

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

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from June 15 to 22.

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

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

Police have arrested a man following a collision that left a passenger injured and trapped in his car.

Crime
Martin McCabe was frustrated by the process of securing SEND support for his daughter, Gracie SUS-180622-101458001

Worthing father welcomes inquiry into special education provision

A parliamentary inquiry into the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) scheme has been welcomed by a father whose daughter has autism spectrum disorder.

Health
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

Police have arrested 42 people in the first week of a summer crackdown on drink and drug-drivers in Sussex.

Crime
Do you drive in flip flops?

This is what the law says about driving in flip flops or bare footed

Summer is here and the weather continues to get warmer but the sunny conditions can make it uncomfortable to drive in a pair of sweaty shoes.

Crime

Heatwave to hit Sussex next week

Sussex is set to be hit by a heatwave as temperatures could exceed 30degC from mid-week.

News
WSCC

County calls for more powers to intervene over academies

West Sussex County Council has appealed for local authorities to be given more power to intervene when academies get into difficulties.
Education
Road closed

Roads closed as air ambulance attends Felpham crash

Sussex police has confirmed a cyclist, in her 70s, was trapped beneath a lorry following a collision at the Felpham Way junction earlier today.

Transport
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