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Pothole concerns for rural businesses

A major insurer has joined the pothole debate by urging motorists to take extra care as prolonged harsh weather and limited highway maintenance programmes are taking their toll on countryside routes.

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Setting up a new Business – Avoiding the Pitfalls

By Vanessa Peters of Business Doctors

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The Eastbourne unLtd Chamber of Commerce Business Development Manager Stephen Holt is calling on businesses and residents to help raise the roof and build a new school in Kenya for 400 children based primarily in the slums of Mombasa.

Help Build A School

The Eastbourne unLtd Chamber of Commerce Business Development Manager Stephen Holt is calling on businesses and residents to help ‘raise the roof’ and build a new school in Kenya for 400 children based primarily in the slums of Mombasa.

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Avoid HMRC fines for minimum wage breach

Recently, 179 employers were fined by HMRC for breaching minimum wage legislation.

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Chamber members, supporters and fans of Wyntercon recently attended a Gala Dinner raising funds and interest for the popular event due to take place in September.

Wyntercon is coming!

Chamber members, supporters and fans of Wyntercon recently attended a Gala Dinner raising funds and interest for the popular event due to take place in September.

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CDS Electrical recently carried out a lighting upgrade to the offices at the Edeal Business Centre in Polegate to improve their existing lighting.

Lighting upgrade offers a host of benefits!

CDS Electrical recently carried out a lighting upgrade to the offices at the Edeal Business Centre in Polegate to improve their existing lighting.

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Do you have great childhood memories of stomping through the woods and stumbling across all sorts of interesting finds?

Are you looking for an alternative way to celebrate your child’s birthday?

Do you have great childhood memories of stomping through the woods and stumbling across all sorts of interesting finds? Or remember that feeling of exploring being exhilarating and magical?
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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Sunday, April 22

Anyone heading to Gatwick Airport today (Sunday, April 22) should know that part of the M23 is closed.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, April 21

The county’s roads were clear of congestion as of this morning (Saturday, April 21) but anyone planning to venture out by train should know that some lines are closed due to engineering works.

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5 things employers should know about dealing with hot weather in the workplace

WITH the temperatures heating up, it can be a sweltering time for employees who are stuck behind their desk all day.

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TRAVEL: Major roadworks set for the week ahead

Road and barrier repairs are expected to cause disruption and lane closures this week.

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TRAVEL: Roadworks affecting M25, A3 and M3 this weekend

Road repairs, emergency roadworks and lane closures are to impact major routes this weekend.

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Motorists advised to top up their tanks ahead of expected petrol price hikes

‘Fill up today’; that’s the advice from industry experts ahead of fears that petrol costs could soar.

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Jake Thompson has created an innovative new bike light which allows cyclists to flag up dangerous potholes and junctions

Student's innovative bike light which flags up potholes

A new bike light which flags up 'danger hotspots' on the roads to local authorities has been designed by a University of Sussex student.

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Andrew Durling and Dietmar Schoder of BourneCoin (Photo by Jon Rigby)

Eastbourne community currency to go live

Eastbourne’s own community currency is going live very soon.

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Across NHS staff in England, women are paid on average 23 per cent less than men, the figures show

Sussex NHS trust one of few to pay women more than men

The Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust has been revealed as one of the few public sector organisations in England to have a gender pay gap in favour of women.

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An example of work by Ace Joinery

A complete range of joinery solutions

Ace Joinery Solutions SE offer a complete range of joinery solutions for both the commercial and residential markets.
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Michael Ogilvie

Spice up your work meetings and see the results

Many companies will have regular internal meetings but how much of that time is wasted, asks accountant and business advisor Michael Ogilvie.

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How to tell if your Facebook data has been shared with Cambridge Analytica

How to tell if your Facebook data has been shared with Cambridge Analytica

Facebook are set to alert 87 million users that their data has been shared with political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.

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Doritos is offering to pay someone �18,000 to eat crisps for a living. Picture: Twitter

Doritos is offering to pay someone £18,000 to eat crisps for a living

If you’re the kind of person who can think of nothing better than sitting on the sofa eating crisps, then Doritos may have just come up with the perfect opportunity for you.

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