Sussex Express

INQUEST: Woman found dead at Seaford home

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Picture: Eddie Mitchell

TRAVEL: Rail services disrupted after lorry hits railway bridge

Transport
Psychedelic: Pink Floyd in 1967 with Syd Barrett second from left. Photograph by Andrew Whittuck

Recalling the night when Pink Floyd came to Lewes

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Argos recall chair due to safety fears

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Wealden council buys £12 million shopping centre

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Green candidate wins seat on Lewes Town Council

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No decision yet on plans to build up to 450 new homes

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ACORN members following the successful negotiations

COUNTY NEWS: Students celebrate victory after rent strike threat over halls

Education

Video: Partygoers warned of the dangers of being drunk near a railway line

Crime
Albion keeper Mathew Ryan. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Brighton boss backs keeper Ryan

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Tottenham striker Harry Kane fires in a shot at Wembley last night. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Relegation favourites tag has, and will continue to galvanise Albion

Football
Beram Kayal. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Mixed emotions for Kayal after comeback

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Anthony Knockaert on the run against Tottenham at Wembley last night. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Johnny Cantor - Albion need points to get back on track but the key message is: Don’t panic!

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We’ve got to show character and fight now – Dunk

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Fortune favours the brave, but Albion were luckless against Tottenham and Manchester United

Football

Sussex Cricket Foundation hosts local pupils for mental health training

Sport

Parafix extend One-Day Cup shirt sponsorship

Sport
Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Film review: Star Wars: The Last Jedi (5 out of 5)

Arts
A selection of red wines for Christmas

RICHARD ESLING: Christmas reds for body and soul

News
Peter Kay has cancelled his forthcoming tour

Comic Peter Kay cancels tour - here’s how to get a refund...

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Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Health