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Thieves wash stolen car during Sussex crime spree

A pair of burglars who took a stolen Jaguar through a car wash during a crime spree in Sussex have been jailed.

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Crews were sent to a fire at a Crawley restaurant. Photo by Eddie Howland. SUS-170820-144437001

Firefighters tackle Crawley restaurant fire

Firefighters have tackled a fire at a restaurant in Crawley this afternoon (Sunday, August 20).

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Police meet families to discuss safeguarding investigation

Sussex Police have met with families to discuss a safeguarding investigation involving a West Sussex care company.

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Ten top jobs that don’t require a degree

More than half of graduates say they’d think again about choosing university as the best way to find a job, according to teen magazine Future-Mag.

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Here's your travel and weather debrief

WEATHER FORECAST: Heavy rain kicks off cloudy week

Sussex is set for a cloudy and overcast week after heavy rain hits the county this evening (Sunday).

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COUNTY NEWS: Man arrested after seven-hour police siege

A man has been arrested by Sussex Police after a seven-hour siege.

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Ex-convicts warn of lack of home security in Sussex

Ex-convicts have warned of a lack of home security in Sussex and the rest of the south east after research found almost a third of people in the region take no security precautions.

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Thousands prepare for London to Brighton cycle ride

Thousands are set to pull on their lycra and put their pedals to the test in the annual London to Brighton bike ride.

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Network Rail helicopters crack down on trespassing

Helicopter crews have stepped up patrols on the south east’s railway lines as trespassing hits a six-year high.

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Volunteers under the gazebo at Bognor Birdman

Rotary supports mental health charity

Volunteers from Capital Project Trust were able to set up a stall at Bognor Birdman thanks to a Rotary donation.

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Sir Bruce Forsyth: the TV veteran dies aged 89

Sir Bruce Forsyth: the TV veteran dies aged 89

TV veteran Sir Bruce Forsyth has died at the age of 89, his family have announced.

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Ambient House staff, from left, Vanessa Richards, Lindsey Newton, Xanthe Dodd, Charley Rawlins, Rebecca Arman, manager Georgina Puttock, Jessica Proctor-Heather, Susan Hayward and Patricia Goldsmith

Open day at county’s first residential family centre

A former midwife is set to launch the first residential family assessment centre in the county, in a bid to help teenage mums.

Health
Southern train

Fresh two Southern rail strikes called

Two days of rail strikes have been called by Southern staff over the introduction of driver-only operation.

Politics
Poppy Parkinson

COUNTY NEWS: Brave young girl was 'truly inspiring'

The family of a man who died as a result of a brain aneurysm have praised his young daughter for her bravery and quick-thinking.

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Not going to university is way forward for many

Increasing tuition fees and a rise in interest charges have made university a decidedly expensive option for students.

Education
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Not going to university is way forward for many

Increasing tuition fees and a rise in interest charges have made university a decidedly expensive option for students.

Education
Plans for 75 flats in Southgate on the site of Zurich House (photo from CBC's planning portal).

Objections lodged to 75 flats near station

Plans to demolish vacant Southgate offices and build 75 new flats could be approved by councillors next week.

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Check where to dispose of batteries safely

Householders in West Sussex reminded - dispose of old batteries carefully

More than 180 tonnes of batteries were thrown into rubbish bins by householders over 12 months in West Sussex.

Environment
Children who skip breakfast ‘may be doing themselves harm’

Children who skip breakfast ‘may be doing themselves harm’

Children who skip breakfast may be doing themselves long term harm by not getting enough nutrients, warns new research.

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Arson charge following fire at village home

Arson charge following fire at village home

A woman has been charged with arson after a fire broke out at a home in Wisborough Green.

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