People in South East reluctant to perform CPR, study shows

Some 87 per cent of people in the South East would be reluctant to perform CPR on cardiac arrest victims, according to latest statistics from the British Heart Foundation.

The fight took place outside Lloyds Barbers, according to police

COUNTY NEWS: Five arrests after fight leaves man in coma

Five people have been arrested in connection with a fight in Crawley which left a man in a life-threatening coma last night (October 21)

The average living costs for pensioners in the South East exceed the average state pension, a study shows

Living costs for pensioners in South East exceed UK average

The cost of living for pensioners in the South East is above the annual UK average, according to new research by a financial planning company.

Four-goal Wayne Giles tries to turn away from a couple of Midhurst & Easebourne opponents. Pictures by Simon Newstead

Giles hits four as Bexhill win 8-0

Wayne Giles plundered a four-goal salvo as Bexhill United Football Club romped to an 8-0 win at home to Midhurst & Easebourne.


SLIDESHOW: Northiam Bonfire

The annual Northiam Bonfire took place yesterday evening (October 21).

Some trains are being replaced by buses today due to engineering work

COUNTY TRAVEL: Rail engineering works continue

Network Rail is carrying out engineering work in the Lewes area today, which means some lines are closed.

NBA 2K18 is stronger than ever

Console Corner: NBA 2K18 review

No fadeaway for the best sports game of 2017 by far.

Simon Johnson gave Hastings United an early lead in the 3-2 defeat away to Corinthian-Casuals. Picture courtesy Scott White

United’s unbeaten run ended by away defeat

Hastings United Football Club saw its four-match unbeaten run ended by a narrow defeat away to top three opposition this afternoon (Saturday).

Huge waves in Brighton today. Photo by Eddie Mitchell.

COUNTY PICTURES: Storm Brian in Sussex

Storm Brian hit Sussex today, with coastal winds reaching between 50 and 60 miles per hour and huge waves crashing against the coastline.

Fraudsters are using social media to con modelling hopefuls out of cash

COUNTY NEWS: Fake modelling agencies con victims out of thousands

Sussex is among the counties targetted by fraudsters conning social media users out of thousands of pounds, a report has said.


VIDEO: Iconic 90-year-old steam train rolls through Sussex

A 90-year-old steam engine has passed through much of Sussex today, giving residents a chance to glimpse a piece of history.

Ninfield Bonfire has had to be cancelled tonight due to severe weather conditions

Bonfire Night cancelled due to severe weather

Ninfield Bonfire has been cancelled tonight (Saturday October 21) due to a severe weather warning.

The cost of childcare is rising faster than wages in the South East, according to the TUC

Cost of childcare rising faster than wages in South East

The cost of childcare for young children has risen 4.5 times faster than wages in the South East since 2008, according to a new analysis published yesterday (Friday October 20).

Some trains are being replaced by buses today due to engineering work

TRAVEL NEWS: Storm Brian causing disruption

Heavy rain and strong winds are causing disruption on roads and railways across Sussex this morning (Saturday October 21).

Strong winds have already brought trees down, including this one at Sussex Downs College

COUNTY NEWS: Storm Brian hits Sussex

Gale force winds are predicted across Sussex today as Storm Brian hits southern and western areas of the UK.


Film review: Geostorm (3 out of 5)

Sometimes at the end of a tough week all you want to do is sit down and watch a film that demands little of you, apart from just watching it.

Orionid meteor shower to light up our skies this weekend

Orionid meteor shower to light up our skies this weekend

The Orionid meteor shower is set to light up the night sky this weekend.

One More Minute campiagn by Child Bereavement UK SUS-171020-153937003

TV ad raises awareness about child bereavement

What would you say if you had one more minute? That is the question put to children and parents as part of a new campaign by national charity Child Bereavement UK.

Gin Festival Eastbourne SUS-171020-151559001

COMPETITION: Thirty pairs of tickets to Gin Festival up for grabs

Sussex Newspapers has 30 pairs of tickets, which include free entry and £5 of free credit towards drinks, to give away to next week’s Gin Festival.

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