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Householders in West Sussex reminded - dispose of old batteries carefully

More than 180 tonnes of batteries were thrown into rubbish bins by householders over 12 months in West Sussex.

HM Courts Service: Results list for August 10 to 16, 2017

HM Courts Service: Results list for August 10 to 16, 2017

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from August 10 to 16, 2017.

Children who skip breakfast ‘may be doing themselves harm’

Children who skip breakfast ‘may be doing themselves harm’

Children who skip breakfast may be doing themselves long term harm by not getting enough nutrients, warns new research.

A teenager has died in a crash on the A264 and two others are injured. Pictures Eddie Mitchell

Pulborough teenager dies in A264 crash

A teenager from Pulborough died in a car crash last night which left another teenager from Billingshurst with serious injuries, police have confirmed.

From broken bones to new beginnings

From broken bones to new beginnings

WHEN Tim Bennett was diagnosed with severe osteoporosis and was forced to give up work, he knew he needed something else to occupy his time.
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Ness Bush and family before their trip to meet up with Tori

Worthing family join world-travelling daughter for cycling adventure

A family, left amazed by their intrepid daughter’s tales from her solo cycle trip around the world, have decided to get a taste of adventure themselves and tag along for ten days.

Peggy McCulloch at her home on Shoreham Beach, with a photo of the home she grew up in, also on Shoreham Beach

Great-grandmother recalls evacuation of Shoreham Beach during war

A great-grandmother of seven has shared her memories of being evacuated from Shoreham Beach in 1940 as the threat of German invasion loomed.

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Councillor Diane Guest with the ballot bin in Chapel Road, Worthing.

A ballot bin has been fixed to a post at the taxi rank in Chapel Road and invites smokers to vote on a simple question by putting their cigarette ends in one of two slots.

Keep the town tidy and cast your vote on Albion’s season

A novel way to encourage smokers to dispose of their cigarette ends properly is being trialled in Worthing town centre.

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West Sussex is the perfect place to retire according to new report

If you want to retire then West Sussex is the best place, according to Prudential’s latest Quality of Retirement Index.

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Van rolls on Long Furlong causing delays

The A280 Long Furlong is said to currently be closed after a van rolled over close to the A24 roundabout.

Afghan-born Jamshid Piruz, 34, launched a ferocious attack on two officers, swinging a hammer and hitting one of them three times. Picture: Sussex Police

COUNTY NEWS VIDEO: Killer who attacked police officers with hammer has jail term slashed

A convicted murderer jailed for at least five years for a ‘truly terrifying’ hammer attack on police officers has had his minimum term slashed by appeal judges.

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A Levels: Lancing college celebrates ‘exceptional results’

Lancing College students have celebrated ‘exceptional results’ in their A Levels this year, with 75.4 per cent of all grades achieved as A* to B.

The A283 was closed westbound for an hour and a half. Pictures: Storrington Fire Station

Collision at Washington roundabout closes road

Police, fire and ambulance services were all called this afternoon to deal with a two-vehicle collision at the Washington roundabout.

Bryony Johnson, Megan Phillips and Connie Franks with their results

A Level results: ‘Great set of results’ for Sir Robert Woodard Academy students

Students and staff at the Sir Robert Woodard Academy celebrated ‘another great set of exam results’ today.

Angmering School students celebrate their results. Pictures: Liz Pearce

Angmering School breaks A-level records

Students at the Angmering School are celebrating a record-breaking set of A-level results today.

Students at The Littlehampton Academy jumping for joy after getting their results. Pictures: Liz Pearce

The Littlehampton Academy celebrates 100 per cent A-level pass rate

Two smiling students from The Littlehampton Academy (TLA) are off to Oxford University after an outstanding performance in their A levels.

Jamie Oliver at The Diner

Jamie Oliver unveils new restaurant at Gatwick

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has visited Gatwick Airport to unveil his new flagship restaurant, The Diner, a homage to great American comfort food.

James Lowe, 18, and his economics teacher Steve Foden

Worthing College students celebrate ‘amazing’ results

Worthing College students have spoken of their joy after receiving their A-level results today (August 17).

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COUNTY NEWS:‘We’ll never give up’ say relatives of men injured at Sussex care home

Two men who have waged a two year campaign for ‘answers’ after two of their relatives suffered injuries while living at a Sussex care home have vowed never to give up.

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COUNTY NEWS: Investigation into Sussex care homes widened

‘Safeguarding concerns’ have now led West Sussex County Council to suspend new placements at eight care homes run by Sussex Health Care.

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