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COUNTY NEWS: Teenage hacker who conspired to attack Sussex Police told to pay with pocket money

A teenage hacker who conspired to attack Sussex Police and the Hong Kong government has been told his pocket money should be docked.

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex woman tells tale of her Dunkirk Little Ship

When Samantha Kennedy first stepped aboard the Mary Jane she had no idea how much it would change her life.

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The cast of Romeo and Juliet

Year Six pupils perform Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

Parents and carers of children from Swiss Gardens Primary School were treated to performances of Romeo and Juliet by a talented team of Year Six pupils.

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Jim Prior has organised Saturday's concert to raise awarness of cystic fibrosis. His sister Bryony suffers from the condition

Charity concert to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis

A Steyning man has organised a charity concert to fundraise for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust over the weekend.

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Officers at the scene. Photo by Eddie Mitchell.

COUNTY NEWS: Man arrested in murder investigation

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder this afternoon.

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UPDATE: Long Furlong reopen after collision

UPDATE: Long Furlong reopen after collision

Long Furlong has been reopened in both directions following an earlier collision involving a lorry, according to police.

Transport
HM Courts Service: Results list for July 17 to 21, 2017

HM Courts Service: Results list for July 17 to 21, 2017

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from July 17 to 21, 2017.

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Study reveals Worthing will suffer from Brexit

Study reveals Worthing will suffer from Brexit

Worthing is among the top ten towns that will suffer the most by Britain’s exit from Europe, according to a study that overturns assumptions that poorer areas of the UK will suffer the most.

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Carrie Robson and her father Phil outside the McDonald's restaurant in Liverpool Road, Worthing

Homeless man praised after teen collapses outside McDonald’s

A teenager helped by a homeless man after he collapsed outside McDonald’s said he did not ‘know what would have happened’ without him.

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The Labyrinth

World’s longest, continuous, inflatable obstacle course coming to Sussex

Thrill-seekers can enjoy the 1,000ft long Labyrinth Challenge when it visits Sussex across the weekend of August 19/20.

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HM Courts Service: Results list for July 10 to 14, 2017

HM Courts Service: Results list for July 10 to 14, 2017

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from July 10 to 14, 2017.

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The Fisher Price car seat.

Argos recalls Mamas and Papas and Fisher Price baby car seats

Argos has recalled three baby car seats because they fail to meet fire safety regulations.

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Social media’s ‘bogus caller’ messages ‘are a joke’

A warning has gone out that social media reports of two bogus South East Water employees requesting entry to homes across Sussex is, in fact, a joke.

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COUNTY NEWS: Body found by Sussex river

COUNTY NEWS: Body found by Sussex river

Officers found a body near the River Arun on Tuesday evening, police have confirmed.

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NEW Thameslink 700 TRAIN ARRIVES AT BRIGHTON STATION SUS-160620-105904001

Train timetable consultation ends today

A consultation into weekday train timetable changes in Sussex planned for 2018 is due to close today (Thursday July 27).

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Stacy Van Dolah-Evans for Kingdom of England meets Piotr Rydzewski for Kingdom of Poland on Tuesday, the first day of the Arundel International Joust Tournament week at Arundel Castle. Picture: Julia Claxton

VIDEO: Action at Arundel jousting

Arundel Castle’s Jousting and Medieval Tournament is taking place this week.

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Ros Golds wearing her Royal School of Church Music long-service medal

Soprano celebrates 70 years with choir

Ros Golds was born singing – and has hardly stopped it since.

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Reporter Oli Poole, front, with Nigel Morgan and Dave Cutts, who exposed the level of Oli's data online

‘A lunch break search left me open to identity fraud – and you could be vulnerable too’

With thousands of Sussex residents’ details being traded online, Johnston Press Investigations Unit reporter Oli Poole volunteered himself as a hacking guinea pig to show how quickly your identity could be stolen.

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The road was closed for almost four hours as emergency services dealt with the scene

Petition calls for a safer crossing following collision on Shoreham road

A petition created by a concerned resident calls for a zebra crossing to replace a traffic island on a ‘nightmare’ Shoreham road.

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UPDATE: Seafront road blocked following crash

UPDATE: Seafront road blocked following crash

A two car crash blocked a seafront road this evening (July 26).

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