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GCSE results day – a survival guide

The climax to years of hard work and high expectations for 16 year-olds nationwide is nearly here.

Education
Police want to speak to the driver of this car, which was seen driving near where the collision took place. Picture: Sussex Police

Police seek driver after collision kills teenager

Police investigating a collision which killed a Pulborough teenager are trying to track down the driver of another car seen nearby.

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Police officers ‘kicked and pushed’ after altercation

Police officers ‘kicked and pushed’ after altercation

A police officer was kicked in the leg and another was pushed following an ‘altercation’ between a couple in Crawley last night.

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VIDEO: Actress Julie plays for laughs while opening re-vamped centre

Famed actress Julie Walters took on a comedy role as she officially opened a newly-refurbished ‘listening room’ at the Samaritans centre in Horsham today.

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Lewes Crown Court

COUNTY NEWS: Student sentenced for intent to supply laughing gas at festival

A geography student was handed a suspended sentence for intending to supply a psychoactive substance at Boundary Festival last year, police said.

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The launch of the fifth Steyning and District Food and Drink Festival. Picture: Steve Robards SR1719755

Food and drink festival has far more offers than before

More businesses than ever before will be taking part in the fifth Steyning and District Food and Drink Festival.

Business
Travel adaptors recalled

WHSmith recall travel adaptors due to fire and electrocution risk

A range of travel adaptors have been recalled by a major High Street retailer due to the discovery that they could present a serious safety risk.

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Christmas display in Closs and Hamblin shop, Horsham, during August SUS-170823-112309001

Bah-humbug outcry over town centre shop’s Christmas display

Christmas has arrived early at a town centre shop - and has caused a bah-humbug outcry among people still enjoying their summer holidays.

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Money raised from car parking is revealed

Revealed - how much money was created from Sunday and Bank Holiday parking charges in Horsham

Sunday and bank holiday parking charges in Horsham town centre netted the council more than £260,000 last year.

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Dad Stephen Darnley, 56, with his two daughters, Anna, 24, and Laura, 20

COUNTY NEWS: Family drives through 23 countries for ‘fantastic’ charity

Meet the Darnley family from Sussex, who call themselves ‘slightly mad’ and ‘always up for a challenge’.

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Weather. Photo: Shutterstock SUS-150730-111708001

Your Bank Holiday weather for Sussex

With many events planned for the Bank Holiday weekend across the county, the weather is currently looking good for Sussex.

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Over a third of girls face online pressure to live the ‘perfect life’

Over a third of girls face online pressure to live the ‘perfect life’

Pressure to showcase a ‘perfect’ life online is affecting the wellbeing of girls and young women, according to new research.

Offbeat
The NSPCC has released a report on the number of reports of child neglect it has received

Child neglect referrals double in five years

The number of potential child neglect cases referred to authorities in West Sussex by a national charity has doubled over the last five years, new figures have revealed.

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A CCTV image of a man police would like to speak to  in connection to multiple bike thefts. Photo: British Transport Police

Police appeal after 15 bikes stolen from railway stations

CCTV images have been released of a man British Transport Police officers wish to speak with in connection to multiple bike thefts.

Crime
Sam Taylor and Claudia Miles co-directors of Veritas Justice, which will be providing the service to victims of stalking in Sussex

Support service for victims of stalking in Sussex

Victims of stalking in Sussex will be able to access specialist support services to ensure their ‘voices are heard and they are taken seriously’.

Crime
Ashington carnival. Picture: Peter Cripps

PICTURES: ‘Rocking’ crowd turns out for Ashington Festival

Crowds turned out in their hundreds for the annual Ashington Festival on Saturday despite the morning showers.

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The Big Nibble last year at  Horsham

Food fun for all at Horsham’s Big Nibble

A host of foodie events are planned for the month-long Horsham District Food and Drink Festival which starts in the town centre over the weekend of September 2 and 3.

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Man fined after fly-tipping in Pulborough

Man fined after fly-tipping in Pulborough

A man has been fined following the illegal dumping of waste in Pulborough.

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Alex Fowler, ten, with a half-size McLaren showman's engine. Picture: Steve Robards SR1719462

GALLERY: Vintage and Steam

Visitors to Weald and Downland Living Museum experienced nostalgic sights and sounds over the weekend.

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