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Albion sign Chelsea midfielder on loan - who will make his bow at Southend tonight

New loan signing Izzy Brown will not have to wait long to make his Brighton & Hove Albion bow with the Chelsea midfielder set to feature in friendly action tonight.

Albion
The band

Glam rock with the Glitter Bugz

After headlining Bognor’s ROX last year, Glitter Bugz are opening this year’s ROX with a date at The William Hardwicke on Sunday, July 30 at 2pm.

Music
One of West Sussex's rubbish tips

Suspended rubbish tip charges ‘not illegal’

Charges at West Sussex rubbish tips suspended by the county council earlier this year were ‘not illegal’, according to one cabinet member.

Politics
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Road closures planned for West Sussex

The following are the planned road closures in the coming weeks across West Sussex in order to carry out repairs and related work.

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The British kayak team took home medals at the games

Athletes proving organ transplants are no barrier to world glory

A professional musician won glory for Great Britain when she took home three medals at the World Transplant Games earlier this month.

Sport
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Harley Davidson fun for St Barnabas patients

Patients with life limiting illnesses had the opportunity to go for a ride on a Harley Davidson, thanks to an owner’s group.

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Meet the Sussex man who became first in world charged with computer hacking

In 1985 Robert Schifreen became the first man in the world to be charged with computer hacking.

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The 32 crimes Brits commit every year

The 32 crimes Brits commit every year

The average Brit commits 32 different ‘crimes’ every year - including not paying for supermarket carrier bags, parking on the payment and pocketing incorrect change.

Offbeat
The Generation Game

All new Generation Game looking for contestants

The iconic seventies game show, The Generation Game, is set to return to BBC and is looking for competitive Sussex families to take part.

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The key to a healthy old age - get a dog

The key to a healthy old age - get a dog

Older people could be “prescribed a dog” because it increases their physical activity by half an hour a day - especially in rainy Britain, according to new research.

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Bookseller lost year’s takings in days after hackers took over Amazon account

A bookseller lost thousands of pounds after his Amazon account was hacked and scores of electrical items were sold to unsuspecting customers who never received the goods.

Crime
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Competition is key and everyone is desperate to start against Manchester City, says Rosenior

Competition for places in key, but every Brighton & Hove Albion player is desperate to make their Premier League bow against Manchester City next month, according to Liam Rosenior.

Football
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Grimm Tales from Chichester Festival Youth Theatre

Dale Rooks admits there were a couple of stories chosen by her young actors which she really wouldn’t have chosen herself.

Theatre and Comedy
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COUNTY NEWS: Detective who “lost his temper” with vulnerable woman to face misconduct panel

A detective who “lost his temper” with a vulnerable woman who took her own life two days later may face dismissal for a second time.

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Infant carriers recalled over fire safety fears

Argos has recalled two separate infant carriers following fears that the products could present a fire risk.

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Southern passenger satisfaction remains worst nationally

Passenger satisfaction with Southern services has improved significantly but remains worst in the country, a national survey has found.

Politics
West Sussex in the top ten

West Sussex one of top ten counties in UK for hospitality

West Sussex has been heralded as one of the top ten counties across England for hospitality, accoring to a new report.

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Legal career adds authenticity to debut novel

Retired lawyer and long-time Shoreham resident Ian Wilson has just brought out his first novel.

Arts
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Half of children helped by foodbanks over summer holiday months are primary school age

Last summer, 47 per cent of children who received support from foodbanks in one charity’s network were aged just five-11 years old.

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