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UPDATE: ‘Armed police’ spotted near college

Crime
Horsham Repair Cafe

County News: West Sussex’s first Repair Cafe to be launched

News
A Southern Rail train

Southern close to deal with train drivers

Politics
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Police warning over ATM scamming devices in Crawley

Crime

RAIL ALERT: Line closed between Three Bridges and Horsham

News

Police continue to support people after Hurricane Irma

Crime

COUNTY NEWS: Tackling isolation with thrilling trishaw rides

News
Jodie Kidd and the car

Jodie Kidd to launch the first ever nationwide live treasure hunt for a car

News
Long Furlong is closed

Horsham road closed after lorry hits bridge

News
Experienced goalkeeper Glenn Morris was skipper in Saturday's friendly defeat against Premier League Brighton & Hove Albion. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Crawley Town keeper Morris: ‘Our defence is solid and our squad is strong’

Crawley Town
Abi Sakande signs his contract extension

Promising trio celebrate new Sussex cricket deals

News
Michael Burgess will be with Sussex until at least the end of the 2018 season.

Video interview: Burgess signs first Sussex contract

Cricket
Ollie Robinson / Pic by Phil Westlake

Evens Stevens at Durham as Robinson stars for Sussex

News

RUGBY: Crawley 12 Crowborough 10 - Improved Crawley gain first win since promotion

More Sport

Ifield Golf Club’s Jon Earl wins PGA Pro’ of the Year Award

More Sport

Fan’s view: Great to see so many young fans in East Stand

Crawley Town

County Championship - day 1: Wells makes century on debut as Sussex captain

Cricket
Louise

Vicky meets… Louise Simons, Zumba instructor and dance teacher

Arts
Nik Kershaw

Nik Kershaw, cornflakes and fame!

Music
Robin, Erithacus rubecula, perched on bowl of windfall apples in garden.

Less is more for wildlife in your garden this autumn

Lifestyle
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Perfect time to sort out autumn colour in the garden

Lifestyle
Patrick Schmitt MW Editor of The Drinks Business

RICHARD ESLING: Restaurant wine lists should be both affordable and interesting

Opinion