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Police and fire services attended Crawley Hospital. Picture: Sussex Police

UPDATE: Crawley Hospital evacuated

News
The vandalism took place on the night of Friday, February 17. Picture: Sussex Police

Police condemn ‘utterly mindless’ vandalism

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BREAKING NEWS: Police in village ‘organised crime’ probe

News

Swan Walk car park fall victim ‘took her own life’

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Suicide ‘nightmare’ as family’s pleas for help unanswered

News

COUNTY: Olympian unveils West Sussex’s first trampoline park

News
The Royal British Legions travel arm is offering D-Day veterans free-of-charge tours to Normandy ANL-160812-150103001

Royal British Legion offering D-Day veterans tours to Normandy to pay their respects

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Crawley Town fan and columnist Geoff Thornton SUS-150216-151358002

TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Colchester promise blown away in two minutes

Opinion
Aryan Tajbakhsh in action against Charlton. Picture by Phil Westlake SUS-160510-145812001

Crawley’s Tajbakhsh goes out on loan and scores on debut for Wealdstone

Crawley Town
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos

RUMOUR MILL: Manchester United revive interest in Kroos | Lincoln City heroes receive £5k bonus each | Newcastle United ‘too honest’

Football
Matt Dwyer addresses the audience at Hove

Project aims to get Sussex kids into cricket long-term

Cricket

Matt Tubbs: Memories of playing Manchester United

Crawley Town

Sergio Torres: Playing at Manchester United for Crawley Town was special time for me

Crawley Town

Disappointed Crawley boss Drummy admits: 'This was the worst-ever display'

Football

Crawley 1 Morecambe 3: Poor first half brings second successive home defeat

Sport
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Film review: Hidden Figures (4 out of 5)

Arts
Winter pruning in full swing at Blackdown Ridge Estate

RICHARD ESLING: Work in the vineyards goes on whatever the weather

Opinion
Mushroom risotto with oven roasted quail

TONY STAPLES: Use a little mushroom magic to beat the vegetable shortage

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