Take a trip on the Seine

Jeannine Williamson savours the delights of the Seine.

Police: 27 people killed in Sussex road collisions this year

Police: 27 people killed in Sussex road collisions this year

Motorists are being urged to take extra care after 27 people have died in Sussex collisions so far this year.

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Serial tobacco smuggler sentenced

An unemployed woman who smuggled cigarettes and tobacco into the UK through Gatwick Airport has been sentenced.

An oily rock sample taken from the Broadford Bridge site near Billingshurst

Oil found at Broadford Bridge drilling site

Exploratory oil drilling at Broadford Bridge near Adversane has uncovered oil in the Kimmeridge limestone.

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Mason Crane is congratulated on his spell by Jos Buttler / Picture by Neil Marshall

Cricket: Morgan and de Villiers lead praise after Crane’s debut

Eoin Morgan and AB de Villiers led the praise for Worthing’s favourite cricketing son Mason Crane after the young spinner made a fine England debut.

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Sussex Police defends £750 spend on Pride cars

Sussex Police has defended its decision to spend hundreds of pounds on livery for two of its cars for Gay Pride events.

Multi-vehicle crash blocks A23

Multi-vehicle crash blocks A23

The A23 has been blocked this afternoon (June 23) following a multi-vehicle collision.

Reggie the Red

Crawley Town are looking to make a new signing.....

Crawley Town Football Club are recruiting a new star performer to whip the home crowd into a frenzy as Reggie the Red.
Emma Clifford (Tanya), Helen Hobson (Donna Sheridan) and Gillian Hardie (Rosie) in Mamma Mia!. Photo: Brinkhoff/Moegenburg

Win tickets to see Mamma Mia! in Brighton

Here is your chance to win a family ticket for four people to see MammaMia! when it comes to the Brighton Centre this summer.

Ben Brown / Picture by Phil Westlake

Brown is honoured to take Sussex CCC reins

Sixteen years after he first played for Sussex, Ben Brown says it is a “massive honour” to be named as their new captain.

Ben Brown. Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Sussex name new captains

Ben Brown has been appointed Sussex captain for the remainder of this season’s Specsavers County Championship campaign.

Novak Djokovic

Can Eastbourne help Novak Djokovic get back on track in time for Wimbledon?

By Michael Stokoe

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LETTER: Time to reflect on young voters

For the first time in many years, the Labour vote in Horsham constituency came second to the Conservatives - with the Lib-Dems in third place, following a concerted campaign.

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LETTER: Proud of our manifesto

Here in Horsham and across the country, something extraordinary took place on Thursday 8th June.

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West Dean College end-of-year show

West Dean College’s visual-arts end-of-year summer-show Critical Paths brings together the work of a dozen artists in the college’s Edward James Studios between Saturday and Friday, July 1-7 (10am-5pm).


Festival of Chichester: new era for ensemble

The Consort of Twelve return to this year’s Festival of Chichester as they continue to rebuild after the departure of their founder.


Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra join Festival of Chichester

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra returns to this summer’s Festival of Chichester, with conductor Michael Seal and Classical Brit Award-winning cellist Guy Johnston, who will perform one of the best known works of British classical music, Elgar’s Cello Concerto.

The average holidaymaker’s suitcase contains items worth over £3k

The average holidaymaker’s suitcase contains items worth over £3k

The average holidaymaker jets off to the sunshine with a suitcase crammed full of more than £3,000 worth of tech, toiletries and tanning products, it has emerged.

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COUNTY NEWS: Making a splash! Crowds turn out for Lido reopening

A Sussex Lido opened to much fanfare last weekend after a £3 million refurbishment and seven years of hard work by volunteers.

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