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Sussex mental health trust had 262 serious incidents last year

Health
Students from East Sussex Music Service with famed piano teacher Dame Fanny Waterman (March 2014)

Axe looms for county’s music service

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Jeremy Birch pictured on the East Hill steps, 2/1/14. SUS-150605-142241001

Unveiling of plaque in memory of popular council leader

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Last year's procession through the Old Town. Picture by Tony Duke. SUS-170720-095001001

Hastings Pirate Day set to sail into town

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Brave victim speaks out after paedophile jailed

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Man stabbed in the stomach in St Leonards

Crime

How an early photographer caputured the town for posterity

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Magistrates Court results

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Weekend weather for Sussex - and advice for London Marathon runners

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Ben Chudley warming up for his double marathons

COUNTY NEWS: Runner raffles his body for Sussex charity

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TRAVEL: Major roadworks set for the week ahead

Transport
Travel news

TRAVEL: Roadworks affecting M25, A3 and M3 this weekend

Transport
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

Transport
The sinkhole was first reported on Friday (March 30). Picture supplied by Daniel Burton

UPDATE: Five-foot deep Hastings sinkhole repaired after two weeks

Transport
Slow-moving traffic on the approach to the Rock-a-Nore car park

Hastings car park: Two motorists issued with tickets amid ‘chaos’

Transport

Brave victim speaks out after paedophile jailed

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Man stabbed in the stomach in St Leonards

Crime
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Magistrates Court results

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The Bridge of Light in memory of the Shoreham Airshow crash victims. An RIP candle is left

COUNTY NEWS: Shoreham airshow pilot enters not guilty plea at court

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Free creativity club for kids takes a different approach to being arty

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Sussex Coast College SUS-160217-121155001

Sussex Coast College merger has been completed

Education
Dealing with exam stress

How to do deal with exam stress

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When do parents in East Sussex find out about primary school places and can I appeal?

Education
Winners of Buster's Book Club's reading prize for February, Baird Primary Academy SUS-180304-145809001

Author delights winning pupils with a reading from her adventure book

Education

Pier group urgently seeking £1m to rescue ownership bid

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

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The Lloyds Bank branch, in Silverhill, St Leonards, will close in July 2018. Picture: Google Maps

Lloyds Bank branch in St Leonards to close for good

Business
Travel news

TRAVEL: Major roadworks set for the week ahead

Transport

Axe looms for county’s music service

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Amber Rudd MP

MPs welcome Sussex Police’s ‘enormous recruitment drive’

Politics
Hastings Borough Council

Hastings Borough Council candidates announced

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The latest edition of 'Your County' magazine

Council’s ‘Your County’ magazine could cease publication

Politics
Ed Miliband in 2015. Picture: June Essex

Ed Miliband gives support to Observer’s homeless campaign

Politics

Sussex eco homes wanted for showcase event

Environment
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Rare discovery of seahorse on Bexhill beach

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Belgian delegates at SHINE talk SUS-181104-072155001

Belgian delegation arrives to hear about St Leonards housing project

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Waitrose in Eastbourne (Photo by Jon Rigby)

Waitrose to scrap takeaway coffee cups

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Sussex mental health trust had 262 serious incidents last year

Health
Left to right, receptionists Wendy Brown and Sue Hollis with practice nurse Linda Astell

Doctor’s surgery returns to Marlborough House after 2013 fire

Health
Richard Foster

Ambulance chairman to step down

Health
A High pollen count is forecast for Peterborough this week

Warm weather brings ‘high’ pollen count and problems for Sussex hay fever sufferers this week

Health
Manager Georgina Gamble and staff at Hastings Court. Credit: Darren Cool. SUS-180417-101011001

Home praised for its ‘first rate care’

Health