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Campaign to give young homeless people in South East a home in winter

A campaign has been launched to try and combat homelessness.

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TV show on lookout for gifted children

Producers are looking for contestants to take part in the next series of Child Genius.

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Tenants in South East at risk of the silent killer

Nearly 45% of people renting a private property in the South East have not had a carbon monoxide (CO) alarm installed by their landlord, research by campaign group Project SHOUT has uncovered.

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WEATHER: The week ahead for Sussex

Today (Sunday, January 21) is expected to be a mostly cold day, according to the Met Office, with some bright spells in the east.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Sunday, January 21

Passengers heading out by train today should be aware that engineering works have closed some lines in the county.

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COUNTY NEWS: Main Sussex road closed after serious collision

A serious accident has closed one of the county’s primary roads this evening (Saturday, January 20).

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COUNTY NEWS: ‘Drunk’ pilot arrested by police on flight

A British Airways pilot was escorted off a packed flight at Gatwick Airport by armed police moments before take-off after crew suspected he was drunk.

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Hastings wildlife centre nurses injured bird back to health

A buzzard injured after she was found hanging by her wing from a fishing line and hook has been released back to the wild, thanks to the efforts of staff and volunteers at an RSPCA wildlife centre.

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Charity’s aim to raise awareness of bowel cancer

Bowel Cancer UK is looking for work places and community groups to host a talk about bowel cancer, to raise awareness of the UK’s second biggest cancer killer.

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Children in South East have no knowledge of grandparents’ skills, says study

Children in the South East have no knowledge or interest in what their grandparents did for a living, or what they used to do before they retired, according to the results of a new survey.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, January 20

TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, January 20

Engineering works are affecting some train services in the county today.

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Man collapses in Hastings town centre

Man collapses in Hastings town centre

Members of the public rushed to the aid of a man who collapsed in the road this afternoon (Friday, January 19).

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Stephen Conway (left) and James Conway (right) with Justin Rollings (centre) from Sussex Coast College presenting the awards

Robertsbridge brothers’ musical talent is recognised with an award

It was music to their ears when two brothers found out they had jointly won the Outstanding Young Person of the Month Award.

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Hastings student’s drawing to be on show at New York exhibition

A teenager is to have his drawing displayed at an exhibition in New York this weekend.

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Firefighters’ quick response praised for saving Hastings business

Owners of a shop have thanked firefighters and the public for their quick response in saving their business from being destroyed.

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Fire break outs at shop in Hastings

Firefighters tacked a blaze at shop in Hastings this afternoon (Tuesday, January 16).

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New Stagecoach buses make ‘waves’ along coast

A brand new fleet of buses have been launched along the Hastings to Eastbourne route.

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Hastings bowls plans given green light by council

A proposal to turn a ladies’ changing room at a bowling green pavilion into a food and drink kiosk has been given the go-ahead by the council.

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East Sussex postnatal depression service suspended

A service that helps mothers suffering from postnatal depression across the county has been cancelled due to staff shortages.

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Campaigners for the protection of Robsack Wood Meadow, St Leonards.

Campaigners’ joy as St Leonards meadow included in nature reserve

Campaigners who have battled for years to save a piece of greenland are celebrating after the council agreed to incorporate the area into a nature reserve.

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