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Large blaze breaks out at derelict school in Southwick

Firefighters are battling a large fire at a derelict primary school in Southwick.

The scene of the crash. Picture by Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Lorry collides into front of house in Sussex village

A lorry collided with the front of a house in a Sussex village this afternoon (Saturday, June 24).

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COUNTY NEWS: Photo competition to celebrate Sussex coast

National maritime charity, the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, is once again calling on photographers to submit images celebrating the country’s maritime heritage, for its annual competition searching for the UK’s ultimate sea view.

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Convention success for Steyning chorus

Steyning based chorus Vocal Fusion Acapella has taken part in the Annual Barbershop Convention, held at Bournemouth International Centre.

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex man cheated victims out of almost £100K

An heir hunter from Sussex who cheated 19 victims out of £99,000 faces jail.

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex charity receives financial boost

SERV Sussex, a UK registered charity which works with hospitals in the county, has received much-needed support from Anglian Home Improvements in the form of a £500 donation.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, June 24

The main roads across the county are reporting no major incidents so far for motorists but there is disruption on some train services for thos planning to head up to London.

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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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.

‘Unexploded bomb’ in Shoreham is false alarm

‘Unexploded bomb’ in Shoreham is false alarm

Police were called to an address in Shoreham today after a man digging in his garden found what he thought was an unexploded bomb.

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Pledge to build a better A27 as discussions continue

Community leaders and residents signed a pledge last night to work on a collaborative solution for the A27.

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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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Exhibition to mark Lions Club’s years of service

An exhibition showcasing the Lions Club’s community service is set to open.


Thousands of customers advised to change password following Virgin Media router concern

Virgin Media is advising more than 800,000 customers with a specific router to change their password immediately after an investigation found hackers could gain access to it.

Neil Sampson hopes to complete the the South Wales 100 this year, having got lost last year and missed the cut-off point

Dad ready for ‘gruelling torture’ again

Upper Beeding dad Neil Sampson is taking on a 100-mile challenge to help children with life-limiting illnesses.

Shoreham RNLI

Lifeboat called as yacht issues Mayday alert

The Shoreham RNLI inshore lifeboat was called to a yacht issuing a Mayday alert.

Robert Trigg arrives Lewes Crown Court before his murder trial. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Murder trial: ‘violent’ man’s relationship with girlfriend was ‘volatile’

A man accused of murdering his girlfriend had a ‘volatile’ relationship with her, a court heard.

West Park pupils celebrating their success at the games. Pictures: Derek Martin

Hundreds of children compete in legacy games

Children from 12 Worthing primary schools showed off their teamwork this week as they competed in this year’s legacy games.


Swarms expected in July

Honeybees usually swarm in July but Arundel Wetland Centre had two clusters appear early from its bug hotel in the meadow maze.

PC Stephen Watson appeared at Sussex Police headquarters in Lewes yesterday. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

PC did not breach police standards in fraud report to bank

A police officer will face no punishment after accusations he had lied to Barclays bank were not proven.

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