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More strikes called as Southern Rail dispute drags on

Rail union RMT has announced more strikes by its members as their long-running dispute with Southern Rail continues.

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West Sussex Dark Star brewery joins forces with Fuller’s

West Sussex Dark Star brewery joins forces with Fuller’s

Partridge Green based brewery Dark Star has today (February 20) joined forces with independent traditional family brewer Fuller’s.

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Warnings over toy after young girl ends up in hospital with arsenic poisoning

A mother has issued a warning on social media about the dangers of a new kid’s toy after her daughter was rushed to hospital with alleged arsenic poisoning.

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Children and staff from St Andrew's Pre-School in Steyning at The Co-op for the Valentine's fundraising event

Hamper raffle helps pre-school

Love was in the air at The Co-op in Steyning for a Valentine’s hamper raffle supporting St Andrew’s Pre-School.

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Michael Bailey, the landlord of traditional English pub the Royal Oak, in Wineham. Pic Steve Robards

Landlord vows to fight on despite four-month roadworks

The landlord of a traditional English pub has vowed to keep fighting despite roadworks threatening to impact his business.

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Dan joins team at firm of surveyors

Following the departure of popular agency surveyor Will Tasney, Crickmay in Horsham say they are delighted to welcome graduate Dan Hunter.

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Tots learn love of languages through song and music

A love of languages was begun for Charlotte Hatcher while studying at Millais School and Collyer’s in Horsham and now she is passing that passion on to tiny tots..

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Bus service to be axed

A Horsham bus service is to be axed next month.

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Technical glitch strikes Chichester bowling alley

MFA Bowl in Chichester Gate has changed hands to another bowling company.

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Colin Woods, proprietor of Amberley Village Stores, with manager Lee Stace and postmistress Tina Bishop

Village store shortlisted for ‘rural Oscars’

Amberley Village Stores has been shortlisted as one of the regional finalists in this year’s Countryside Alliance Awards, nicknamed the ‘rural Oscars’ by its organisers.

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Members of the Worthing Speakabout group, including campaign organiser Sarah Holden (second from left) and David Biggs (second from right)

Disabled customers unite for a better railway experience

For most people, catching a train is as simple as buying a ticket and getting on board.

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Jeremy Quin MP

Horsham jobseeker claims rise by ten per cent in 12 months

The number of people claiming jobseeker’s allowance in Horsham increased by more than 10 per cent in the 12 months to December 2017, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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This is what the law says you can do when someone parks in front of your home

This is what the law says you can do when someone parks in front of your home

Cars pinching your perfect parking space is always annoying, especially when that spot just happens to be in front of your house.

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Guidance for drivers after roadkill report reveals 4,000 animals died in two years

Deers top the roadkill list, with one wallaby on the M1 and a peacock on the A174 also getting a mention following a Freedom of Information request which revealed almost 4,000 animals have died on the roads of Great Britain in the last two years.

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Retail news

Evidence bulk buying could be costing you £215 a year

Consumers could be losing money by bulk buying items according to new research announced this week.

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Police news

Latest: Four vehicle incident at B2036 Balcombe Road, Crawley

Police have confirmed officers were called to an incident involving four vehicles at B2036 Balcombe Road, Crawley, this afternoon.
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Tescos surplus food redistribution scheme Community Food Connection

Surplus food scheme donates more than 700k meals across Sussex

More than 713,000 meals have now been provided to charities and community groups across Sussex thanks to the Community Food Connection scheme.

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Three Bridges. Pic: Mark Dunford

TRAVEL: Closure of Three Bridges car park causes 'chaos'

Rail users are being advised to leave extra time for their journeys if travelling from Three Bridges today due to the station car park being closed.
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TRAVEL: Cancellations and changes to train services

Engineering work is taking place between Three Bridges and Brighton/Lewes this weekend (January 27/28), closing lines and resulting in bus replacement services across the network.

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The Oddfellows Arms. Picture: Google Street View

Village pub to close due to ‘lack of support’

A traditional 17th century pub will be closed for good this weekend due to ‘ongoing battles and the ever-changing nature of pubs’.

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