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REVIEW: Chichester’s Wahaca proves the city has the appetite for more

A love of kitesurfing at West Wittering has lifted the dining experience in Chichester to new heights.

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The White Horse at Chilgrove.

REVIEW: The White Horse - fabulous food and wine affordable for millionaires and country folk alike

You know, when a bottle of Bordeaux is priced up to £1,380 in your local that this is no ordinary wine list.

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HG Wells, pictured in 1895 or 1896.

From Three Bridges to Midhurst – HG Wells’ love affair with Sussex

As he explored one day in the attics at Uppark, the “handsome great house” near Petersfield in West Sussex where his mother was housekeeper, young Bertie unearthed a box of brass objects which he managed to screw together to form an astronomical telescope.

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Liza McKinney at the Beagle Aircraft factory exhibition, held at the Marlipins Museum in Shoreham until October 31

COUNTY NEWS: Beagle aircraft factory remembered in new exhibit

It was a revival of the golden age of aviation and a local industry that created more than 1,000 jobs in a West Sussex town.

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Amberley Castle

Chance to enjoy superb meal at top Sussex restaurant

Our superb lunch offer at Amberley Castle is back for the autumn and it’s better than ever. It gives you the opportunity to enjoy the culinary excellence of new head chef Conor Toomey with a sumptuous three course lunch plus a glass of champagne and tea and coffee for just £34.50 per person. There’s also a chance to win dinner and an overnight stay for two people.

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TRAVEL NEWS: Rail delays expected all weekend

Major engineering work this weekend will see services to and from London Victoria disrupted on both Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and 25.

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Marking 80 years of keeping the world cool

What do Star Trek and Crawley have in common?

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VIDEO: Chefs compete to cook Sussex’s best curry

Things got very heated on Sunday as chefs from across Sussex battled it out to see who makes the best curry.

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Top chef Daniel Britten to show cooking skills at Cranleigh festival

Cranleigh Food and Music Festival organisers have announced a new headliner for 2016.

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How Crawley's new museum will look

Mother Nature at root of delay – but museum opening date is almost here

The Tree has stood in the centre of Crawley for more than 700 years and has seen generations of townsfolk come and go.

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On the verge of an unbreakable screen

Sussex scientists on the verge of the unbreakable mobile phone screen

Sussex scientists are at an advanced stage of coming up with an unbreakable mobile phone screen.

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It is key to eat healthy

Tips to keep hydrated

With Sussex set to see the highest September temperature it has experienced for more than 50 years it is key to keep hydrated.

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Can PES come out on top after a decade in FIFAs shadow?

Console Corner: Can PES come from behind to win?

It’s that time of year again when Konami and EA put their dukes up and get ready to punch it out in the battle for football game supremacy.

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Stanley Burr

Starting school in Crawley during World War One

As the new generation of five-year-olds prepare for their first day at ‘big school’, lets look back almost 100 years to the day another little boy headed to his first lessons.

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Curry smoked monkfish with artichoke velout� and wild mushrooms

DAVID WOODS: Get some woodchip and try smoking your own food inside

If you haven’t had enough of barbecuing outdoors, grab some woodchip and try smoking your own food inside. It is easy once you know how, says David Woods, executive head chef of the Sofitel Hotel, Gatwick.

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Pilates at David Lloyds leisure centre

Five ways to prevent yourself ‘running’ into injuries

Boxing in the ring, or getting your head down in a rugby scrum is more dangerous than simply going for a run, right? Wrong.

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Best Western Beachcroft Hotel and Restaurant

REVIEW: Sunday lunch beside the seaside is where I like to be

‘I do like to be beside the seaside’ was a music hall song that became famous more than a century ago.

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Plenty of carnival fun – but from which years?

Crawley’s carnival parades used to be something to behold.

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There are so many options to negotiate each scenario

Console Corner: Deus Ex Mankind Divided review

Deus Ex has you spoilt for choice.

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Fickle Friends

Brighton band Fickle Friends to play at Reading and Leeds

Fickle Friends may be under the radar at the moment, but Charlotte Pearson predicts big things.

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