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Southern talks with union to resume next week

Talks between Southern bosses and union officials aimed at ending a dispute affected train services are set to resume next week.

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Man attacked and robbed on Brighton’s Lower Esplanade

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was assaulted and robbed on the Lower Esplanade in Brighton early on Saturday (April 22).

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Polegate Railway Station.

Southern Rail staff member ‘threw bucket of water at me’ – says vegan campaigner

A vegan campaigner has said a Southern Rail staff member threw a bucket of water at him in Polegate Station.

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Vandals strike at former Hampden Park business

Vandals have caused damage running into thousands of pounds at an empty building in Hampden Park.

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New online Eastbourne community group launched

Two Eastbourne friends have come up with a new online community group for people to connect, share news, events and recommendations.

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Travel news

Bank Holiday rail work could cause problems for Sussex passengers

Passengers in the South-East looking to get away for the Bank Holiday weekend are reminded to check before they travel by rail as work continues on the Thameslink Programme and maintenance work takes place across the route.

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Actor taken to hospital after feeling unwell at Eastbourne show

A former soap star actor is recovering after being taken poorly during a recent show at an Eastbourne theatre.

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Van in trouble on Eastbourne seafront

A van with serious exhaust problems is currently causing delays in Eastbourne.

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End of an era as Eastbourne magic shop to disappear forever

A magic shop owner has said she believes supermarkets and the internet are to blame for her business closing.

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UPDATE: Fire at Eastbourne block of flats

Working smoke alarms saved the lives of residents who were evacuated after a fire at an Eastbourne block of flats on Saturday night.

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex father and son wow the judges on Britain’s Got Talent

A father and his son from Sussex performed in front of millions of viewers on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday evening (April 22).

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Millions of Brits no longer using a pen

Millions of Brits no longer using a pen

Millions of Brits are no longer using a PEN- with a third admitting they barely write anymore, according to new research.

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Police name motorcyclist who died in Polegate collision

Police name motorcyclist who died in Polegate collision

Police have released the name of a motorcylist who died after a collision with a lorry in Polegate.

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Product warning

Store recalls beans which may contain pieces of metal

Morrisons have recalled certain batches of its Trimmed Beans because they may contain small pieces of metal.

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Kitchen fire in Eastbourne town centre

Firefighters were called to a kitchen fire caused by overheated food last night (Monday).

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BREAKING: Incident at Beachy Head

Emergency services are currently at an incident at Beachy Head this morning.

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World Immunisation Week campaign urges parents to check their child is up to date with important vaccinations

Parents in East Sussex urged to check their child’s vaccinations are up-to-date

This week is World Health Organisation (WHO) World Immunisation Week and parents and carers are being urged to check that their child’s vaccinations are up-to-date, protecting them from serious diseases and helping to prevent outbreaks.

Health
Higher speeding fines set to come into force

Tougher punishments for speeding offences come in today - here’s what you need to know

Motorists have been warned that tougher new punishments for speeding offences have come into force today.

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Stalking Awareness Week

Stalking - ‘criminal and malicious behaviour’ highlighted

The debilitating impact stalking and harassment can have on people is being highlighted by Sussex Police as they support National Stalking Awareness Week which started today (Monday April 24).

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