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COUNTY NEWS: Man injured in ‘serious’ police car collision

A ‘serious collision’ involving a Sussex Police car has injured a man, weeks after a pedestrian died in a police car collision.

Crime
Eastbourne MP Stephen Lloyd speaking in the House of Commons

VIDEO: Eastbourne MP brands Universal Credit a ‘train wreck’

Eastbourne’s MP has called Universal Credit a ‘train wreck’ and has said Christmas will be ‘bitterly hard’ for the town’s families unless it is paused.

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Police

Eastbourne road closed after crash

An Eastbourne road has been closed this lunchtime (Tuesday) as emergency services deal with an accident.

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A Southern Rail train

More Southern rail strikes called

Another two days of Southern rail strikes have been called in a dispute over driver-only trains.

Politics
Councillor Alan Shuttleworth with residents campaigning against the closure of Langney Library in Eastbourne (Photo by Jon Rigby) SUS-170914-103233008

LIVE: Consultation on proposed library closures approved

The potential closure of seven libraries across East Sussex were discussed by the county council’s cabinet earlier today (Tuesday September 19).

Politics
Ryanair

The full list of Ryanair cancellations and what to do if you’re affected

Ryanair have now revealed the full list of cancelled flights for the next six weeks.

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Part of Sussex Police's 'hard-hitting' new drugs campaign SUS-170918-155102001

Sussex Police highlight truth behind drug industry

Sussex Police is launching a new hard-hitting campaign to expose the truth behind the UK’s drug industry.

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Eastbourne pub petition stirs memories of tenant’s family

Historian Elizabeth Wright looks back at memories of growing up at the Windsor Tavern in Langney Road.

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Elderly people targeted by ‘water company’ scam in Eastbourne

Elderly people targeted by ‘water company’ scam in Eastbourne

Three elderly people have been targeted by people claiming to be from a water company.

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Gin & Fizz Festival comes to East Sussex

The first ever Sussex Gin & Fizz Festival, celebrating the best of local sparkling wine and gin, comes to Lewes at the end of this month.

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The deer found in Coffee Republic. Photo by Tracy Honey

Wounded deer found in Eastbourne town centre coffee shop

Rescuers rushed to a town centre coffee shop this morning after a small deer was discovered in there.

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Man arrested in Eastbourne after helicopter search

Man arrested in Eastbourne after helicopter search

A man has been arrested in Eastbourne this lunchtime (Monday) after a police search involving officers on the ground and a police helicopter in the skies above the town.

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Day Without a Road Death launched after 25,000 fatalities

Day Without a Road Death launched after 25,000 fatalities

A campaign is being launched for a day without a road death after fatalities on Europe’s roads topped 25,000.

Transport

PICTURE GALLERY: East Sussex Women in Business Awards 2017

Glitz, glamour and some very special women marked the 2017 Eastbourne Women in Business Awards.

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S3 Studios has opened in Eastbourne

VIDEO: New ‘urban arts’ venue opens in Eastbourne

Trampolining, street dance and parties can be hosted at an all-new venue in Eastbourne.

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BREAKING: Former Eastbourne clergyman jailed

Former Eastbourne clergyman Jonathan Graves is facing 12 years behind jail this lunchtime (Monday).

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Chiron Hutchinson was convicted of raping two women in October last year

Former student at Hailsham school convicted of rape

A former Bede’s student was convicted last week of raping two women in Kent.

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Jack Stewart

Eastbourne student becomes first full-time esports journalist

A University of Brighton graduate has become the first full-time British newspaper esports journalist.

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Cash raised supports NHS hospitals across the Sussex area

NHS charity calls for support with fundraising

A health charity is calling on people to support with improving hospitals across Sussex.

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