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Police concerned for missing teenager with links to Crawley

Police and family are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of missing 14-year-old Alice Lastra-Wescombe who has links to the Crawley area, police said.

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex PCSO issued final written warning after woman’s death

A Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) who conducted a welfare check on a woman who was found dead in her apartment the next day has been issued a final written warning following an IPCC investigation.

Plenty of sunshine on the way

Weather update: temperatures could hit 30degC in Sussex by the weekend

The Met Office is reporting that, after an unsettled start this week, we are going to see a lot of very warm, locally hot, and at times sunny weather across the UK as high pressure builds to dominate our weather.

Attendees at St Catherine's Hospice's Memory Meadow in Priory Park on Saturday (May 20). Picture: St Catherine's Hospice

PICTURES: Hundreds celebrate hospice’s Memory Meadow

More than 350 people joined St Catherine’s Hospice at a special opening celebration of its Memory Meadow in Priory Park on Saturday (May 20).

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Woman ‘used false details’ to take out laptop contract

Police are trying to identify a woman who fraudulently tried to take out a contract on a laptop.

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Golden celebrations as South of England Show chalks up 50 years

There will be golden birthday celebrations as The South of England Show celebrates 50 years June 8-10 at the showground in Ardingly.


Battered by storm but not broken, theatre finally fell to arsonist

For many years, the Forest Theatre was one of Crawley’s hidden gems.

Freshly cooked Thai, Senegambian, Pakistani street food and a hog roast is now on offer at the market. Picture: Crawley Borough Council

Eat your way around the world at market

Crawley’s market is expanding to include a wide range of specialist food stalls.

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Village is ‘only place in England’ to test new broadband technology

A village on the outskirts of Horsham has been chosen as the only place in England to test new broadband-boosting technology.

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UPDATE: School children rescued from coach fire

More than 20 students from a comprehensive school were rescued from a coach fire this morning, according to the school’s head teacher.

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Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge launches Children’s Hospice Week

HRH The Duchess of Cambridge has recorded a video message to celebrate and mark the beginning of Children’s Hospice Week.

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Warning over fake BT ransomware email

Warning over fake BT ‘ransomware’ email

Fraudsters are using the recent WannaCry ransomware attack as a way to get people to click links in a BT-branded phishing email.


Bank Holiday weather for Sussex

Summer seems to have arrived for Sussex, with temperatures up in the 20s degC this week and the Bank Holiday weekend - although it may be a degree or two colder on the coast.

Who should I vote for?

Who should I vote for?

With less than two weeks until the General Election it’s about time you decided you will get your vote.

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Man attacked with a baseball bat and knife

A man required hospital treatment after being attacked with a baseball bat and a knife on Friday night (May 19), according to police.

Sarah Cooper and Luke Randall in the multisensory room at Chestnut Tree

Find out more about children’s hospice week

Children’s hospice week takes place from May 22 until 28, Charlotte Harding heads to Chestnut Tree House to find out more.

E-cigarette laws change this weekend - Here’s how vapers will be affected

E-cigarette laws change this weekend - Here’s how vapers will be affected

New tobacco laws affecting vapers who smoke e-cigarettes has come into force this weekend.

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Has your love survived against the odds?

A production company is searching for Sussex couples to talk about their experiences of being in love against the odds.

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A weekend of community celebrations inspired by Jo Coxs belief that we have far more in common than that which divides us

Several events in Sussex for ‘Great Get Together’

Numerous events are expected to take place across Sussex between June 16 and 18 as part of ‘The Great Get Together’, a weekend of community celebrations inspired by murdered MP Jo Cox’s belief that ‘we have far more in common than that which divides us’.

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Call for under 35s to consider fostering

Leading fostering charity The Fostering Network is calling for more under 35s in the South East to consider becoming foster carers.

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