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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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The tower above the water pump in Rye

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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RNLI crews

Broken-down 44-foot yacht rescued in Rye Bay

Transport

Camber lifeguard review ‘underway’ after deaths

Transport
RNLI crews

Broken-down 44-foot yacht rescued in Rye Bay

Transport
Travel

TRAVEL NEWS: Accident causing delays

Transport

VIDEO: Abnormally large lorries cause delays through Sussex

Transport

BREAKING: Hastings man guilty of threats to kill Robertsbridge schoolchildren

Crime
Businesses warned to expect cyber attacks as risk increases

Businesses warned to expect cyber attacks as risk increases

Crime
Changes to the role of PSCOs across Sussex have proved controversial

Frontline neighbourhood policing ‘moving into our front rooms’

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Police news

‘We can’t investigate everything’ – says top Sussex Police chief

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Rye MP visits Icklesham School for mock House of Commons debate

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The study by Premier Sport found half of parents think children should have fitness tests in school

Less than one in five children exercising daily

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Happy Battle Abbey School students after receiving their A Level results

Battle Abbey School in top 200 in UK for A-levels

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Picture posed by model

Most of the 282 sex assaults at Sussex schools carried out by children

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Education secretary Justine Greening MP visiting Sussex schoolchildren

Council confident of improvement as schools fall short in tough new tests

Education 3

Refurbished Battle café reopens with new furniture

Business
Kate McWilliams, the UK's youngest ever female captain

COUNTY NEWS: Gatwick pilot becomes UK’s youngest ever female captain

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Stewart Drew, director of the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill. Picture by Ed Barber SUS-160926-135310001

De La Warr director is new chairman of tourism group

Business
Travel

TRAVEL NEWS: Accident causing delays

Transport

Camber lifeguard review ‘underway’ after deaths

Transport
Joel Kemp

Bexhill and Battle LibDems choose new parliamentary candidate

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Huw Merriman MP and Victoria Prentis MP with refugees at an education centre in a camp in Jordan SUS-160928-153610001

Bexhill and Battle MP: More help needed for Syrian refugees

Politics
Changes to the role of PSCOs across Sussex have proved controversial

Frontline neighbourhood policing ‘moving into our front rooms’

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GMB protests in Eastbourne (Photo by Jon Rigby) SUS-160920-151910008

First batch of unpaid wages delivered to patient transport staff

Health

Act now to save UK nature - wildlife expert’s call to arms

Environment
Red-footed booby. Photo courtesy of the East Sussex WRAS. SUS-160509-101603001

COUNTY NEWS: Rare bird rescued after washing up on Sussex beach

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An example of a private pumping station

Do you have a private pumping station on your property?

Environment 3

Sleepiness linked to traffic noise and pollution

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NHS to place Sussex ambulance service in ‘special measures’

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Fillings could be bad for your health

Fillings could be bad for your health

Health
Obese children more likely to struggle at school

Obese children ‘more likely to struggle at school’

Health
GMB protests in Eastbourne (Photo by Jon Rigby) SUS-160920-151910008

First batch of unpaid wages delivered to patient transport staff

Health
More young women are experiencing back pain

More young women suffering serious back pain

Health