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The 32 crimes Brits commit every year

The average Brit commits 32 different ‘crimes’ every year - including not paying for supermarket carrier bags, parking on the payment and pocketing incorrect change.

Offbeat

LETTER: Level crossing

Over recent years I have sent a number of emails regarding the operation of Polegate Level Crossing.

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The Generation Game

All new Generation Game looking for contestants

The iconic seventies game show, The Generation Game, is set to return to BBC and is looking for competitive Sussex families to take part.

News
The key to a healthy old age - get a dog

The key to a healthy old age - get a dog

Older people could be “prescribed a dog” because it increases their physical activity by half an hour a day - especially in rainy Britain, according to new research.

Offbeat
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Competition is key and everyone is desperate to start against Manchester City, says Rosenior

Competition for places in key, but every Brighton & Hove Albion player is desperate to make their Premier League bow against Manchester City next month, according to Liam Rosenior.

Football
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COUNTY NEWS: Detective who “lost his temper” with vulnerable woman to face misconduct panel

A detective who “lost his temper” with a vulnerable woman who took her own life two days later may face dismissal for a second time.

News
Product warning

Infant carriers recalled over fire safety fears

Argos has recalled two separate infant carriers following fears that the products could present a fire risk.

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Southern passenger satisfaction remains worst nationally

Passenger satisfaction with Southern services has improved significantly but remains worst in the country, a national survey has found.

Politics
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Half of children helped by foodbanks over summer holiday months are primary school age

Last summer, 47 per cent of children who received support from foodbanks in one charity’s network were aged just five-11 years old.

News
A glimpse of British homes through the decades

Video: A glimpse of British homes through the decades

Despite our lives and homes having dramatically changed over the last 40 years, new research released today finds that Brits are finding it hard to part with some of their decades-old house features.

Offbeat
Exclusive: Investigation reveals multiple cyber attacks on Sussex councils

Exclusive: Investigation reveals multiple cyber attacks on Sussex councils

A quartet of Sussex councils were targeted by multiple cyber attacks in the last three years, an investigation has revealed.

Crime
Brighton & Hove Albion winger Solly March. Picture by PW Sporting Pics

'Talented' winger Solly challenged to March onto Premier League stage by boss

Solly March has been challenged to take his talent to the Premier League stage by his manager.
Football
Artel

Transience is summer exhibition inspiration

Viennese-born photographer Maria-Aurelia Riese is among the artists taking part in Transience, the Artel summer exhibition 2017, running from August 1-13 at the Oxmarket Centre of Arts, Chichester.

Arts
Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton. Picture by PW Sporting Pics

Hughton: Albion stars are not for sale, my only thoughts are bringing in players

Chris Hughton has said his Brighton & Hove Albion stars are not for sale and that bringing in players is his only focus.
Football
Banned - Winnie the Pooh, pictured with his friend Eeyore

Wealden MP calls on China to reconsider ban of Winnie the Pooh

A reversal of a ban on Chinese social media of one of Wealden’s most famous residents, Winnie the Pooh, has been called for by an MP.

Politics

LETTER: Sad news

Dear WH Smith,

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Daniel Ryan and Samantha Spiro shine in the world premiere of The House They Grew Up In, a CFT co-operation with Headlong theatre company.

Review: The House They Grew Up In - Chichester Minerva Theatre

Of all the social prejudices that remain to be breached, mental illness is stubbornly isolated.

Theatre and Comedy
East Sussex parents urged to take advantage of free childcare

East Sussex parents urged to take advantage of free childcare

Working parents wanting to take advantage of the new 30 hours free childcare offer are being urged to sign up before the start of the summer term.

News
Cybercrime

COMMENT: Hidden threat of cybercrime under the radar – but no longer

The humble bobby on the beat is the traditional symbol of security.

Crime 5

LETTER: Flagrantly wasted tax

I note that the ESCC is replacing all the street lighting poles in Lewes with new poles supporting ecological lighting using much less power.

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