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Southern passengers to ‘mourn the death of their patience’

A three-day protest by Southern train passengers is set to ‘mourn the death of their patience’.

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Missing dog reunited with owner after three days of searching

A missing Seaford dog has finally been reunited with her owner after three days of searching.

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Doug Fielder on his 80th birthday, six years before he died

COUNTY NEWS: Medical pioneer was ‘modest man’

The man who made the first fetal heart monitor and developed ultrasound scanning has died at the age of 86.

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Eastbourne MP speaks out against law which could threaten press freedom

Eastbourne and Willingdon MP Caroline Ansell has said she will not support invoking a law severely hampering the ability of newspapers to report wrongdoing.

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Dog dies after falling from Beachy Head

Eastbourne RNLI is warning dog walkers to be careful after a pet died in a fall from Beachy Head today (Monday, January 16) .

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Tickets on sale for Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday celebrations

Tickets have gone on sale for an evening of celebrations as the ‘Forces Sweetheart’ and Ditchling resident Dame Vera Lynn turns 100.

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BREAKING NEWS: Five per cent council tax rise proposed

Council tax bills are set to rise by at least £62 a year for the average East Sussex households from April.

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BREAKING: Major mystery investor ploughs money into Arndale Centre

A major international company has invested in Eastbourne’s Arndale Centre extension scheme in what is being seen as a major vote of confidence.

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Product warning

Disney toys recalled over safety concerns

A popular Disney toy set has been recalled by its manufacturer over safety concerns.

British mothers drinking during pregnancy put us in worst five nations for Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

British mothers drinking during pregnancy put us in worst five nations for Foetal Alcohol Syndrome

Britain is among the top five countries worldwide for mothers drinking during pregnancy, according to new research.

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Brent Lodge Wildlife Animal Hospital needs help with its hedgehogs. Picture: Steve Robards SR1526676

Urgent appeal to help hedgehogs

An urgent appeal for food for hedgehogs has been put out by Brent Lodge Wildlife Hospital.

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Lost USB stick reunited with Eastbourne owners after ‘amazing’ Google Earth match

A USB stick found in an Eastbourne park with family photographs on it has been reunited with its owners.

Firefighters were called to a blaze in Eastbourne home

Woman treated at scene of Eastbourne house fire

Firefighters were called to a house fire in an Eastbourne road in the early hours of this morning (Monday, January 16).

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Youngster’s charity cake sale

A kind-hearted 11-year-old has raised £350 with a cake sale for a local man who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

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Pets suffer from ‘Blue Monday’ too

Every year we’re told that the third Monday in January is ‘Blue Monday’, supposedly the saddest day of the year.

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UPDATE: Missing woman Hilary Abbott found

Police have confirmed missing woman Hilary Abbott from Eastbourne has been ‘found safe’.

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Research suggests £465m of foreign currency is ‘hoarded’ in UK men’s drawers

New research has been released which suggests British men collectively keep more than £465 million of foreign currency ‘stashed away in their bedside table drawers’.

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‘Body in water’ turns out to be buoy, RNLI confirm

Eastbourne RNLI launched yesterday following reports of a ‘body in water’ opposite The Grand Hotel.

Missing person Margaret Rule. Pic: Surrey Police

Missing Margaret might be in Sussex

Surrey Police is appealing for the public’s help in finding a ‘vulnerable woman’ from Farnham who has links to Sussex.

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A swan, a heron and a goose keep rescue teams on their toes

Rescuers Chris Riddington and Katie Nunn Nash had an early start on Tuesday morning after reports of a goose with blood on its neck were received the day before.

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