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COUNTY NEWS: Thousands take part in Color Run

Thousands of people took part in a Color Run in Sussex today.

Police at the incident in Seaford. Picture: Dan Jessup

UPDATE: Air rifle found after police search Seaford house

An air rifle has been found after a search at a house in Seaford, police have said.

A body, believed to be that of missing Polegate man, Jamie Douglas, has been found

Body found in woodland believed to be missing Polegate man

A body, believed to be that of missing Polegate man, Jamie Douglas, has been found, police have said.

Police at the incident in Seaford. Picture: Dan Jessup

UPDATE: Police close off Seaford road after report of person with weapon

Police closed off a Seaford road earlier today after a report of someone with a weapon in a house.

A body, believed to be that of missing Polegate man, Jamie Douglas, has been found

UPDATE: Seaford road reopens following ‘armed police incident’

A Seaford road has reopened following an ‘armed police incident’.

Police have left the scene of the collision

TRAVEL: Collision blocks road in Seaford

Vale Road in Seaford is reportedly blocked both ways due to a collision.

Two people have been rescued

Lifeboats launched to rescue two from cliff edge

Two people have been rescued by lifeboat at Beachy Head.

Tony Williams. Picture supplied by Sussex Police

COUNTY NEWS: Family of Sussex murder victim pay tribute to ‘amazing father’

The family of Sussex murder victim, Tony Williams, have paid tribute to him.

Forensic teams at the scene. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Two men charged with Sussex murder

Two men have been charged with the murder of a Sussex man, police have said.

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SUSSEX TRAVEL: Saturday, September 23

If you are taking a trip this weekend, here is everything you need to know.

Hall and Woodhouse Community Chest 2017. DM1793036a. Photo by Derek Martin Photography SUS-170922-235427008

Sussex Community Chest Awards - 10 years of supporting charities and community groups

Hospital radio stations, playgroups, a women’s refuge and swimming clubs were all recipients of this year’s £25,000 Hall and Woodhouse Community Chest.

Eastbourne Coffee Rebublic muntjac deer, photograph courtesy of PCSO Tracy Honey SUS-170920-122535001

TREVOR WEEKS: Three deer rescues in a challenging week

Well rescues have been challenging this week. A very poorly goose had to be rescued at Arlington Reservoir last week.

Sussex Police

Pay award for police officers ‘insulting’

A pay award for police officers has been branded ‘insulting’ by the chair of Sussex Police Federation.

Roby Braun's prototype of the Lewes dinosaur monument. Photograph by Dino Bishop

‘Generations of kids will fall in love with Lewes dinosaur’

The Lewes Dinosaur Project is officially up and running, with the top priority being to find it a lair.

The leak resulted in electrics being flooded, according to the fire service

Firefighters called to flooding in Alfriston

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service was called to a property in Alfriston yesterday (Thursday September 21) after receiving reports of electrics being flooded.

Eastbourne Town Hall

Inquest into death of ‘loving’ family man who died in head-on collision

Tributes have been paid to a ‘loving, genuine and wonderful’ family man who sadly died in a head-on collision with a lorry, an inquest heard yesterday (Thursday).

Police say they have confiscated the �1,800 bike

‘Anti-social’ biker stopped by police in Peacehaven

Police in Peacehaven seized a motorbike yesterday (Thursday September 21) as part of a crackdown on anti-social behaviour in the area.

A Southern Rail train

Southern close to deal with train drivers

Southern is close to agreeing a final deal with its train drivers in a dispute over pay and working arrangements.

Southern train

UPDATE: Major disruptions between Lewes and Eastbourne after man hit by train

There have been major disruptions on train services between Lewes and Eastbourne this morning (Friday) after a man died after being hit by a train.

Stephen Lloyd, MP for Eastbourne and Willingdon SUS-170614-095516001

STEPHEN LLOYD MP: Noxious haze investigation disappointing

I have been liaising with the statutory bodies involved in the Birling Gap noxious haze for weeks now, trying to find out from them the cause of the gas, and what it actually was. 
And to be frank it’s been a bit of a challenge! Then only this week I hear from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency that they will not be able to identity the source, ‘as they don’t know what it is’.

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