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Sussex Police knock down door in Goring house raid

Police raided a house in Limbrick Lane in Goring this morning with reports of a large police presence.

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Call for more to take part in schools consultation

West Sussex County Council has called for more people to have their say on its draft School Effectiveness Strategy for 2018-2022.

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Sebastian Trabucatt arrives at court in Heraklion, Crete, where he is due to stand trial. Picture: Flora Thompson/PA Wire

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex man spared jail after killing teenager in Malia

A club promoter has been spared jail despite being convicted of killing a public schoolboy with a single punch during a night out at a Greek resort.

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Have you seen missing Worthing teenager?

Police are trying to trace a 16-year-old Albanian immigrant who was reported missing from an address where he had been staying in Worthing.

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Ian Puttock is training for Marathon Madness 5 in 5 to raise money for Heads On

‘5 in 5’ marathon challenge for Heads On

NHS manager Ian Puttock is planning five marathons in five days in a bid to raise awareness of mental health issues.

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COUNTY NEWS: Veteran ‘devastated’ as war medals stolen in burglary

A war hero has had his Second World War medals stolen in a burglary at his Sussex home.

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A forensic artist's impressionof how the unidentified woman looked when she was alive

COUNTY NEWS: Mystery of unknown woman found dead on beach

Mystery surrounds the identity of a woman whose body was found washed up in a Sussex cove.

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VIDEO and PICTURES: Summer Busk success for Worthing Churches Homeless Projects

Shoppers were treated to a day of live music and dancing at the annual Summer Busk, held in aid of Worthing Churches Homeless Projects.

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Update: Rare high UV level across Sussex for next few days

Very high pollen and UV levels are being forecast for across Sussex until the end of the weekend.

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Jacqueline Rassell did Richmond Race for Life as part of the West Girls and Mum team

Charity indoor bowls in Littlehampton

Play bowls and help raise money for Cancer Research UK.

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The announcement said the train would terminate at West Worthing Railway Station. Picture: Google Maps/Google Streetview

Train has to stop ‘due to having no driver’

Passengers were asked to get off a train this morning and were told it would be terminating at the next station ‘due to having no driver’.

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Jack Delbridge, second from left, and Worthing Borough Council leader Daniel Humphreys, far right

Worthing and Lancing A27 route announcement delay criticised

When Highways England announced its vision for the A27 between Worthing and Lancing, it received a frosty reception.

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Ben Wostenhulme, the first man to sign up, with his partner Samantha Wisden and her twin Hannah Wisden

Last call for Night to Remember 2018

You have until Sunday to sign up for the Night to Remember Midnight Walk 2018, raising money for St Barnabas House hospice.

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Rare very high UV levels forecast for Sussex at the weekend

Warmer weather is set to return to Sussex by the weekend - and there’s a warning that the UV index could hit rare ‘very high’ levels.

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Worthing town crier Bob Smytherman captures the audience at a previous Speech on the Beach

Worthing Speech on the Beach has new time

Speech on the Beach returns to Worthing seafront in a new time slot.

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An aerial shot showing New Monks Farm. Supplied by Geoff Patmore

Date set for decision on proposed homes and IKEA in Lancing

The council has set the date of a planning meeting which will make a decision on plans for 600 homes and an IKEA at New Monks Farm.

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David Seaman took on the challenge (Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire)

COUNTY NEWS: Football legend joins thousands on London to Brighton Bike Ride

Former England goalkeeper David Seaman joined 16,000 cyclists taking on the London to Brighton bike ride for the British Heart Foundation on Sunday (June 17).

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More funds needed to secure ‘life-saving surgery’ for Shoreham teenager

After months of fundraising, a Shoreham teenager with congenital heart disease has landed in America for treatment.

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Lucie’s story: ‘I couldn’t get away from terrifying Jason’

Lucie’s story: ‘I couldn’t get away from terrifying Jason’

The true impact of child grooming and abuse is rarely made public.

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The NSPCC is calling for robust laws

Revealed: how child groomers use Facebook and Instagram in Sussex

Social media like Facebook and Snapchat have been used in 33 cases of child grooming in Sussex in the last year, new figures reveal.

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