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Sussex PCC's Video Log: What is The Safety Map?

The Safety Map is a quilted map which shows where the LGBTQ ( lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) community feel safe or feel at risk in Brighton.
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Agony aunt column: Ask Lucy

This is the latest column from Lucy Saunders, who provides a regular agony aunt feature - Ask Lucy.

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Ian Hart

IAN HART: Have the BBC derailed Sir Tom Jones?

Whilst The Who front man Roger Daltrey once famously sung “I hope I die before I get old”, he didn’t get his wish and recently wowed the crowds at the Isle of Wight Festival, one of a number of our more ‘mature’ artists who regularly play to packed venues at home and abroad.

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ST JOHN AMBULANCE: First aid advice as temperatures soar

Extreme heat can be dangerous, particularly for the very young and old, but by being prepared you can spot the early warning signs and potentially be the difference between life and death in an emergency.

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Pokémon - gotta catch ’em all

The world has gone crazy for Pokémon Go. In case you aren’t familiar with Pokémon, here’s a brief history of the game.

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ROTARY ROUND-UP: A fine day at annual car boot sale

This week, Gerald Illsley, from the Rotary Club of Worthing Steyne, gives an update on the latest and future goings-on.

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James Stoner

TECHNOLOGY: Pokémon Go explained

Pokémon Go is causing a stir all over the world so we thought we would give you the low down on this latest craze.

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VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Want to volunteer? do-it!

Have you checked out the do-it website recently? We are currently advertising over 200 different volunteer opportunities across the Arun district, with more being added each week.

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HEALTH AND CARE: Survey results about urgent care

Last week we talked about the findings from our large-scale Primary and Urgent Care Survey and focused on what people thought about primary care.

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Tim Drew

TIM DREW: Fraudsters impersonating phone service providers

Action Fraud has reported fraudsters impersonating telephone service providers and contacting their clients with the offer of a phone upgrade on a low monthly payment contract.

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Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: Create precious memories at our next MyLife event

MyLife is a series of six free, fun and informal events we have been running during 2016, organised and run by the St Barnabas House Day Hospice.

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Tim Loughton

TIM LOUGHTON: Lively debate on state of the train service

I led a lively debate last Wednesday on the woeful state of our local train service which goes from bad to worse under GTR.

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Sir Peter Bottomley

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Constituents’ interests

Supporters of smaller or very small parties see the merits of proportional representation.

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Agony aunt column: Ask Lucy

This is the latest column from Lucy Saunders, who provides a regular agony aunt feature - Ask Lucy.

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Securing your online accounts

There have been a spate of high profile CEO accounts being hacked lately. The latest to have fallen victim is Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Other notable accounts include Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.

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Ian Hart

IAN HART: Is there really any need for a general election?

The fallout from the referendum result continues. By my reckoning, the latest count is at least five political careers all but finished and bizarrely, four, of them from the ‘winning’ side.

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Tim Drew

TIM DREW: Scammers targeting vulnerable households

This month is Scam Awareness Month, and Sussex Police have reported that properties in the Goring area have been selectively targeted with a view to selling property repairs, maintenance and improvements, with older or more vulnerable householders targeted in particular.

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Tim Hayes with his gold medal

ROTARY ROUND-UP: Tim brings back gold from Russia

This week, David Chapman, from the Rotary Club of West Worthing, gives an update on the latest and future goings-on.

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James Stoner

TECHNOLOGY: Keeping score

With The Open currently dominating televisions and the Olympics just round the corner, it is important for the busy, but sport savvy, to keep up to date with each and every score. That’s where these convenient sporting apps come in.

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VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Volunteer for a cause close to your heart

If you care about something, for example animals, the environment or a particular group of people, why not volunteer some of your time to help?

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