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Headteacher who revolutionised her school says a fond farewell ...

Pupils and staff at Horsham’s Forest School are saying a fond farewell to headteacher Siobhan Denning.

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Hospital curbs visitors after bug outbreak

Hospital curbs visitors after bug outbreak

Visitors are being restricted at East Surrey Hospital following a bug outbreak among patients.

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Save our pubs says supermodel-turned-landlady Jodie Kidd

Supermodel Jodie Kidd has struck a new pose - by launching a campaign to save Britain’s pubs.

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Fish perish as hot weather leads to drop in river oxygen levels

Current hot and dry weather conditions have claimed the lives of a ‘significant number’ of fish in the River Mole near Gatwick Airport.

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Reuben Farhall with his father Michael and dialysis nurses

‘I can’t live a normal life’ ... ordeal of man kept alive by a machine

A man who has to depend on a machine to keep him alive is battling to raise awareness of kidney disease.

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Man jailed after trying to sell drugs to police

A man who tried to sell drugs to police officers at his home in Mid Sussex has been sentenced to 40 months in prison.

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‘Hate crime’ stickers left plastered around Smallfield

A police hunt has been launched after racist stickers were plastered across lamp posts, phone boxes and garages in Smallfield.

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Call for action over ‘selfish’ drivers blocking pavements

Drivers who leave their cars parked on pavements have sparked a new call for action to tackle the menace.

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The ‘virtual’ doctor will see you now

People who want to see a doctor may soon be able to have a web chat with their GP instead of a face-to-face meeting.

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Murder probe launched after woman dies following Crawley fire

A murder investigation has been launched after a woman died following a fire at a flat in Crawley yesterday.

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Police have held two on suspicion of murder

Two held on suspicion of murder after woman dies following Crawley fire

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman died following a fire at a flat in Crawley.

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£1.2 million drug smuggling plot foiled at Gatwick

£1.2 million drug smuggling plot foiled at Gatwick

An attempt to smuggle £1.2 million worth of cocaine into the UK hidden in handbags and a suitcase has been prevented by Border Force officers at Gatwick Airport.

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Pony rescue centre owner ‘devastated’ after theft of horse carriage

Thieves who stole a horse carriage from a pony rescue centre have left the owner devastated - and thrown a bride’s wedding plans into disarray.

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Sir Nicholas Soames MP

Prime Minister pledges to deliver ‘prosperity and security’ to Mid Sussex after Brexit

Mid Sussex MP Sir Nicholas Soames has been given a pledge by Prime Minister Theresa May on prosperity and security following Brexit.

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Theresa Clarke has written a book about the tragic deaths of her parents

Family’s heartbreak over tragic deaths of ‘king and queen of Kirdford’

A heartbroken family have finally ended a four year battle over events which led to the tragic deaths of their parents.

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Police hunt for owner of dumped horses

Police are trying to trace the owner of seven horses found dumped in a field.

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Mystery surrounds new ‘crop circle’ markings

Mysterious ‘crop circle’ markings which have suddenly appeared in countryside corn fields have left residents puzzled.

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Part of care home complex at centre of a police probe is to close

Part of care home complex at centre of a police probe is to close

Part of a care home run by a company at the centre of a police inquiry following the deaths of 13 people is to close down.

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Holidaymaker’s staggering £4,400 insurance quote

A Horsham man who was treated for cancer has told of his battle to get travel insurance – after he was quoted more than £4,400 to cover a two-week trip to Mexico.

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Man stabbed in town centre fight

A man was stabbed after he was involved in a fight with two men in Crawley town centre in the early hours of Saturday.

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