In today’s Crawley Observer: Inspiration of mum’s ‘little miracles’

Today's Crawley Observer (Wednesday, August 23)
Today's Crawley Observer (Wednesday, August 23)

In today’s Crawley Observer two little girls who almost died when they were born at just 24 weeks have proved themselves little fighters – and have inspired their mum to advocate a change in abortion laws.

Also in today’s Observer a convicted murderer jailed for at least five years for a ‘truly terrifying’ hammer attack on police officers has had his minimum jail term cut by appeal judges.

And education reforms are never long out of the headlines, and this year’s A-Level students have been the guinea pigs.

In sport head coach Harry Kewell is still looking for his first point since taking charge of Crawley Town but insists he is not looking to add to the squad.

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