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BREAKING: Hastings man guilty of threats to kill Robertsbridge schoolchildren

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Updated: Man found guilty of violent burglary at champion shooter’s home

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English Heritage re-enactors prepare to leave Clifford's Tower ahead of a three week 300 mile journey south recreating King Harold's final journey to the Battle of Hastings in 1066. This year marks the 950th anniversary of the Norman Conquest and the marchers will pass through Lincoln and London on the way to Battle arriving on the 14th October, in time for the annual battle re-enactment which takes place on the weekend of the 15th/16th October. Picture: Anthony Chappel-Ross for English Heritage SUS-160929-143853001

Battle re-enactors walk in the footsteps of King Harold

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Calls to save Rye’s ‘historic and important’ water pump

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Camber lifeguard review ‘underway’ after deaths

Transport

Residents’ chance to speak out on Rother planning applications

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Bexhill and Battle LibDems choose new parliamentary candidate

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NHS to place Sussex ambulance service in ‘special measures’

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Samantha Jefferies

Winchelsea widow wins frozen embryo case at High Court

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Dan Hill in the colours of Sidley United at the start of the season.

Hill comeback cut short by injury fears

Football
Harry Saville put Little Common 2-1 ahead against Southwick.

Lead slips away in high scoring Common draw

Football
Wayne Giles on the ball against Seaford Town on Tuesday night. Picture by Simon Newstead

Bexhill ace gets all clear after hospital trip

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Cathy Bargh (left) and Kay Vickers with their women's doubles gold medals.

Cathy scoops medal double at Euro event

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QUIZ: How well do you know your England managers?

Offbeat

Quiz: Who said it - Sam Allardyce or Mike Bassett?

Offbeat

Fightback in vain as Hastings lose out

Football

Defences on top in Bexhill draw

Football
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Time & Tide new exhibition in Bexhill’s Murmurations

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Wahaca, Chichester

REVIEW: Chichester’s Wahaca proves the city has the appetite for more

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The White Horse at Chilgrove.

REVIEW: The White Horse - fabulous food and wine affordable for millionaires and country folk alike

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Wahaca, Chichester

REVIEW: Chichester’s Wahaca proves the city has the appetite for more

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The White Horse at Chilgrove.

REVIEW: The White Horse - fabulous food and wine affordable for millionaires and country folk alike

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VIDEO: Chefs compete to cook Sussex’s best curry

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