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Homeworks shortlisted for national award

Homelessness prevention service, Home Works, has been shortlisted in the in the ‘excellence in supporting people’ category at the national Homeless Link Excellence Awards.

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Dubai UAE

Do you know what Dubai is known for? Escape the fast lane to find out

Rebecca Underworld escapes life in the fast lane for the delights of Dubai.

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Dourthe No.1 Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Bordeaux Blanc to quench the summer thirst

Sometimes overlooked in favour of the English love-affair with red Bordeaux, the white wines of Bordeaux are worth looking out for.

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How to cook with spices - Seven Sisters’ Spices shows you how

How to cook with spices - Seven Sisters’ Spices shows you how

It is time to spice up dinner as Charlotte Harding discovers in Lewes.

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The pink doughnut area is just one selfie spot at the pop-up factory SUS-180907-164504001

Pop-up ‘selfie factory’ heads to Brighton

Selfie lovers will get the chance to perfect their pouting at a pop-up experience with a range different, dazzling backdrops to help liven up their Instagram feed.

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Grk Vines at the Bire Vineyard on Korcula, Croatia

A few fabulous wines from Croatia

Unless you are an avid football fan, Croatia seems to sit at the back in terms of profile when it comes to teams, although there are a number of world class players on their side.

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Hold the front page for an opulent hotel that shaped history

If the 21st century has become dominated by the global tech giants, it’s easy to forget that 100 years ago it was the national newspaper barons that called all the shots.

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Now you can trace which cow you are eating with M&S

Marks & Spencer has launched a summer-long food campaign that shines a spotlight on M&S’ beef traceability standards.

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Muscat

The Majestic Sultanate of Oman

Rebecca Underwood on the magic of Oman

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COUNTY NEWS: Can you cook an egg outside in Sussex heatwave?

As the heatwave continues to grip the county, I thought it was time to conduct a little eggxperiment.

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Emsworth Brewery

Shortage of beer? Have no fear... there's real ale here!

While the country suffers a shortage of carbon dioxide – the gas pumped into many commercially brewed beers to make them fizzy -  real ale provides a very tasty solution to the problem.

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A selection of reds for summer

Six red wines for the barbecue weather

How wonderful! Real summer weather.

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Pale, young, refreshing ros� for summer drinking

RICHARD ESLING: Everything’s coming up rosés

By all accounts, summer’s officially here this week on June 21.

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Concra Wood

Green fairways of Ireland just a short hop away

When something is performed so well it often appears effortless. Golf tourism must be a tricky business as many places across the globe try but can’t quite hit the mark.

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Alan Mullery

New restaurant at The Amex named after former manager Mullery

Brighton & Hove Albion will open a brand new hospitality restaurant - Mullery’s - at the Amex Stadium, named after former manager and current club ambassador Alan Mullery.

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Steven Spurrier MW and Eduardo Chadwick

RICHARD ESLING: Fine wine regions of the future

The term ‘fine wine’ is well established, referring to those wines that are a ‘cut above’ the more everyday type and perhaps also carrying a higher price tag.

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Lamb koftas and spicy chicken wings with yogurt dip

TONY STAPLES: A Father’s Day feast or the ideal footie finger food?

With Father’s Day and the World Cup all coming together, this man feast will tick both boxes, says Tony Staples, executive head chef at the Arora Hotel in Crawley.

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Swoon is coming to Sussex

Popular online furniture retailer to open pop-up store in Sussex

An online furniture shop will open its doors in Sussex for three weeks only with a new pop-up store.

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Review: Glorious refurbishment allows hotel’s history to shine

Running an hotel that is as expansive in size as it is in history is not without its challenges.

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The Arundel Wine Society supper at Nutbourne Vineyard

RICHARD ESLING: English wine-makers must be nutty

England is on the extreme edge of the climatic area of the Northern hemisphere, where wine grapes can be grown successfully.

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