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Hospital Friends get national recognition

The Friends of Crowborough Hospital have received national recognition for their work with lonely and socially isolated people.

Health
A coastguard helicopter in flight earlier this year

COUNTY NEWS: Man found on cliff by police dog and Coastguard helicopter is arrested

A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson following an incident involving two Coastguard rescue teams, a helicopter, police officers and a dog team.

Crime
Would you rather be rich or be happy?

‘Millions in danger of not achieving their life goals’

Would you rather be happy or rich? Most people in the region would be happy, according to a recent study.

News
COUNTY TRAVEL: Sunday, December 11

COUNTY TRAVEL: Sunday, December 11

Keeping you up to date with travel news across the region.

Transport
Tawny Owl when first admitted SUS-160712-090459001

TREVOR WEEKS: We wre almost in tears as injured owl flew off beautifully

This beautiful tawny owl came into WRAS back on October 20. He was possibly hit by a car near the Blackboys Inn. On arrival he was assessed by our care team and they found he had quite a nasty fracture to his wing.

News
Gatwick Police posted about the checkpoints on Twitter. Picture: Gatwick Police

Positive feedback for armed Gatwick checkpoints

Officers running armed police checkpoints at entrances to Gatwick airport today say they have received positive feedback from drivers.

Crime 3
Santa's assembling at Brighton seafront. Picture: David Taylor

COUNTY NEWS: Hundreds of Santas gather for run

Hundreds of people gathered today to show that Santa doesn’t need a sleigh to get around speedily.

News 1
Oliver Norwood in action against Leeds. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton delighted with performance and result

Brighton & Hove Albion took pole position in the Championship table last nigh after recording their tenth win from their last 14 league matches - a run of games that is yet to see them taste defeat.
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LETTER: Saves who £500,000?

The cut in library hours saves £500 000. Saves who £500,000?

Your Say
Mydentist estimated the total amount of sugar the South East will consume at Christmas lunch. Picture: mydentist

South East set to eat 2,800 reindeers’ worth of sugar at Christmas lunch

People in the South East are set to munch their way through three quarters of a million bags of sugar during Christmas lunch, according to a study.

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TeamSport says it has identified the top Christmas party personalities. Picture: TeamSport

Are you dreading your work Christmas party?

Can’t stand the idea of going to your work Christmas party? If so, you’re not alone.

News 1

LETTER: Why not contribute?

Has Katy Bourne thought about contributing some savings from her own department?

Your Say
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COUNTY TRAVEL: Saturday, December 10

Keeping you up to date with travel news across the region.

Transport 1
Tis the season to be jolly thanks to December downloads

Console Corner: ‘Tis the season to be jolly thanks to December downloads

‘Tis the season to be jolly...well it is if you have a Sony machine after a superb line-up of free games were released for December.

Lifestyle 1
Tomer Hemed celebrates scoring from the penalty spot. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Brighton beat ten-man Leeds to go top

Brighton & Hove Albion are sitting pretty at the top of the Championship table on 42 points after a 2-0 win over Leeds United this evening
Football 1

LETTER: There will be no more oak trees!

Once again we are treated to headline grabbing rhetoric on corporation tax that does nothing to recognise the risk/reward profile for local entrepreneurs.

Your Say
Tom Hanks and Aaron Eckhart in Sully

Film review: Sully: Miracle on the Hudson (4 out of 5)

It’s always a tough ask - take a real-life incident that everyone knows about and try to keep up the tension for 90 or more minutes.

Arts 2
A Southern train

Southern takes train drivers’ strike action to Court of Appeal

Southern has appealed against a High Court decision allowing train drivers’ strikes to go ahead next week.

Politics 1
The figure has been revealed in the wake of a number of high profile cases across the country

COUNTY NEWS: Thousands use mobile at the wheel, despite risks

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed that 1,424 drivers in Sussex have been prosecuted this year by police for using their mobile phone at the wheel.

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Photographs courtesy of Frank W Bull  Steyning Camera Club.

Sell-out for Chanctonbury Chorus

Bach’s Christmas Oratorio sets new records

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