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Arsonists blamed for chicken coop fire

A fire started in a chicken coop at Okehurst Lane, Billingshurst, at around midday on January 9 is being treated as arson.

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New town centre restaurant set to open

New town centre restaurant set to open

A new restaurant is set to open in Haywards Heath - bringing with it a jobs boost for the town.

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Stamp of approval for postman Gary’s shorts

Postman Gary Symonds knows a thing or two about delivering the mail in style ... his own particular style of fashion.

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Care home failings spark new initiative

Care home failings spark new initiative

An invitation has gone out to MPs to a meeting with West Sussex County Council leader Louise Goldsmith tomorrow over failings in social care.

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Warning over bogus water company workers

Warning over bogus water company workers

A thief stole cash, jewellery and a credit card after tricking his way into a Crawley house by posing as a water company worker.

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Music teacher on child sex charges

Music teacher on child sex charges

A music teacher has been charged with historic child sex offences alleged to have happened at locations in Warnham and South London, say police.

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Housing association chief to stand down

After more than 17 years setting up and leading Saxon Weald housing association, chief executive David Standfast is to retire at the end of June.

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Food delivery firm worker in special Olympic Velodrome event

A cyclist from Horsham who works for the food delivery firm Deliveroo is to join other riders from across the UK at the Olympic Velodrome in London tomorrow for a special race.

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Shock at damage to town centre verge

A group of volunteer gardeners were left shocked when they discovered damage to a town centre grass verge on Sunday.

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Hoodie in town centre bag snatch

Hoodie in town centre bag snatch

A hoodie snatched a handbag from an elderly woman in a mobility scooter in a town centre daylight theft.

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High winds force town’s market day switch

High winds force town’s market day switch

High winds have prompted postponement of Horsham’s Carfax market on Thursday.

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Video: Thieves target church ... for the second time

Thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused when a Catholic church was broken into for the second time within weeks.

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Village Jaguar garage targeted by thieves

Village Jaguar garage targeted by thieves

An appeal has gone out for people to be vigilant following a break-in - the second within weeks - at a village Jaguar and classic car garage.

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Jobs under threat as plumbing firm shuts

Jobs are at risk following the closure of a branch of a nationwide plumbing supply firm in Horsham.

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Video: Furious families left for weeks with no phone or internet access

A group of residents are at the end of their tether after being without telephone or internet services for three weeks.

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Kennie Murray pictured on a previous fishing expedition before his horrific ordeal

Angler’s fight for life in river ordeal

A fisherman was left fighting for his life after he slipped into a swollen river and was dragged down by his waterlogged clothes.

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Oaktree Farm Care manager Dave Curran, centre, pictured with some of the damage caused at an earlier break-in

Thieves ram down gates during break-in at care centre

Burglars used a van to ram into gates during a break-in at a centre that provides care for young adults with learning disabilities.

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