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In this week’s paper, parents of year six pupils are shocked after discovering their children have not been given places at a Shoreham secondary school – but at one 12 miles away in Storrington.
The achievements of higher and advanced apprentices were celebrated at the second West Sussex apprentice graduation ceremony.
The Worth Less? campaign for fairer education funding is no longer just a West Sussex affair, as schools from East Sussex, Essex and Cornwall have thrown their weight behind the fight to secure more money from the government.
More than 3,200 council-maintained road bridges in Great Britain are ‘substandard’, an RAC Foundation survey found.
Legendary singer and fundraiser Dame Vera Lynn talks about her life and achievements as she prepares to celebrate her 100th birthday.
We remember some of the men who lost their lives while serving their country a hundred years ago during the First World War.
These are just some of the stories in this week’s paper.
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There is also a round-up of cases from the local courts and details of the latest roadworks.
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