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Two released on bail as murder investigation continues

Crime
Protesters at Arundel Station against Peter Lee's (third from right) dismissal SUS-180716-122945001

COUNTY NEWS: Arundel railway worker sacked after 44 years over break entitlement dispute

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Sue Mullins is caling for the charge on registering children as UK citizens to be lowered

Call for children’s citizenship charge to be lowered

Politics
Thomas Bennett Community College. Pic Steve Robards SR1808026 SUS-180327-121133001

‘Give local authorities power to intervene in academy school cases’

Education

Hunt for conman after house sex attack

Crime

Former Christ’s Hospital teacher charged with historic sex offence

Crime

Chance to win £50 in One Summer’s Day photo competition

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Warning after overnight charging sparks village house fire

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Nutritional information. Children are less aware of the link between sugar and weight gain

One in five school starters overweight in West Sussex

Health
Horsefly bites can result in horrible, painful blisters

Why bloodsucking horseflies are on the rise this summer

Health
Brighton station

Work on mainline rescheduled after ‘tough time’ for passengers

Transport

Men have higher driving test pass rate at Crawley test centre

Transport
Rail passengers are facing delays

Beware of major rail closures today – you may not be able to travel

Transport

Two released on bail as murder investigation continues

Crime
Police would like to speak to this man in connection with a sex attack at an East Grinstead home

Hunt for conman after house sex attack

Crime
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Former Christ’s Hospital teacher charged with historic sex offence

Crime

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex man arrested on suspicion of double murder

Crime

‘Give local authorities power to intervene in academy school cases’

Education
Richard Burrett, West Sussex County Council cabinet member for education and skills SUS-181005-163815001

Exam results for primary school children in West Sussex improve for second straight year

Education
The 30-hours entitlement began last autumn

30 hours free childcare scheme proves popular in West Sussex

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West Sussex council leaders L-R top Gill Brown Arun, Ray Dawe, Horsham, Tony Dignum, Chichester, Louise Goldsmith, West Sussex, bottom L-R Dan Humphreys, Worthing, Peter Lamb, Crawley, Neil Parkin, Adur, and Garry Wall, Mid Sussex

Council leaders unite to press for more school funding in West Sussex

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Thomas Bennett Community College

Union and Trust reach agreement over Thomas Bennett

Education

Work on mainline rescheduled after ‘tough time’ for passengers

Transport

Men have higher driving test pass rate at Crawley test centre

Transport
The queues for Build A Bear at Chutchill Square (Photograph: Helen Williams)

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Horrendous’ queues at Build-A-Bear as ‘pay your age’ promotion abandoned

Business
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Heritage awards celebrate West Sussex architecture

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Call for children’s citizenship charge to be lowered

Politics
Thomas Bennett Community College. Pic Steve Robards SR1808026 SUS-180327-121133001

‘Give local authorities power to intervene in academy school cases’

Education
Nutritional information. Children are less aware of the link between sugar and weight gain

One in five school starters overweight in West Sussex

Health
Thameslink services have been disrupted since a new timetable was introduced on May 20

New Thameslink interim timetable comes into force

Politics
Boris Johnson pictured last year

RSussex MPs react to Boris Johnson and David Davis’ resignations

Politics

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Electric ants’ invade Sussex town

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Now you can trace which cow you are eating with M&S

Environment
Chance to fight plastic pollution

Crawley pupils given chance to fight plastic pollution

Environment
Eyed hawkmoths are a large moth with eye markings on its hindwings that it uses to startle predators.

Arundel Wetland Centre celebrates bug month with moth workshops

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One in five school starters overweight in West Sussex

Health
Horsefly bites can result in horrible, painful blisters

Why bloodsucking horseflies are on the rise this summer

Health
Horsefly bites can result in horrible, painful blisters

As NHS warn of a rise in blood sucking insects and horsefly bites, here’s what you should do if bitten

Health
Langley Green Hospital staff and members of Rotary Club of Cuckfield and Lindfield at the tea party

Joint voluntary project to improve Langley Green Hospital

Health
Owners Sue Hills and Sarah-Louise White celebrating the result. Picture: Rev PR

Mid Sussex and Crawley care provider rated ‘outstanding’

Health