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Man riding rickshaw "on his way to Paris" takes wrong turn down motorway
A French man riding a rickshaw "on his way to Paris" took a wrong turn and ended up cycling down a motorway.
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Wed Jul 09, 2014
Assassins Creed Gamer Killed Screaming Newborn
A father has been jailed for eight years for killing his five-week-old daughter who screamed while he played a computer game.
School closes after losing water supply
A PRIMARY school in East Sussex was forced to close for an hour yesterday after its water supply was stopped.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Cashless parking to be introduced in East Sussex
The West Sussex Health and Wellbeing Board will meet on July 17 at 2pm at County Hall North, Chart Way, Horsham Digging around for the correct change to feed the parking machine may be a thing of the past thanks to the introduction of cashless parking.
Another funding boost for Newhaven
A total of A 10m has been secured for a new port access road and a total of A 9m will be spent on flood defences with A 6m being put up by the Environment Agency.
University class of 1964 to be reunited
THE University of Sussex is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first graduation by inviting back some of the original students.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Man spots big cat between Newhaven and Lewes
Kevin Tully was travelling with his wife Amanda Zoe, 49, when he spotted what he believed to be a big cat near Southease railway station, between Newhaven and Lewes.
Game-playing dad shook baby to death
A father who had been playing on his PlayStation killed his five-week-old daughter after being frustrated by her screaming, a court heard.
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Thakeham resident fined after man loses both legs in baling machine horror
A man lost both his legs in a baler accident due to a 'seriously flawed' remote control built by a Thakeham resident, a court heard.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Treat for tree lovers with visit to Malling Deanery Arboretum
As part of the Friends of Lewes' Urban Arboretum project, there will be a guided walk around Malling Deanery Arboretum on the evening of Monday, July 11. This is an unusual collection of trees planted in the 1970s, and featuring some much older, previously present, specimens including Black Poplar, in a beautiful setting close to the River Ouse in ... (more)
Sleepy hamlet of Offham woke to Industrial Revolution
Summer evenings provide an ideal opportunity to explore the Offham chalk pit near Lewes, part of which was recently listed Grade II by English Heritage.
INVESTMENT worth 443 million will be pumped into the region after a growth deal was signed.
The six-year investment programme to boost jobs, infrastructure and transport will be poured into Brighton and Hove, Lewes, West Sussex and the Gatwick Diamond.
The Chigwell pensioner who became the Kray twins' PR man
Encompassing the glamour and danger of Swinging Sixties' London, the gangster brothers are synonymous with the cool edgy East End of nostalgia.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
HSBC will shut 19 branches after customers turn to the internet
HSBC has confirmed it will be shutting another 19 branches between now and the middle of September in response to falling demand for its high street services as more customers turn to the internet.
'Only individual ever recorded related to the Norman invasion' found in East Sussex
Skeleton 180 might be a very remarkable individual: the only person recorded related to the Norman invasion of England.
Union bosses - disgusted' with compensation delay
UNION bosses say they are "disgusted" that the families of two dead firefighters will be forced to wait another three months for the resolution of a long-running legal battle.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Proposed cuts to East Sussex bus services are draconian
Their comments come as East Sussex County Council's cabinet on Tuesday agreed a 12-week public consultation on changes to the way services are subsidised.
Guided historical tours available in Lewes district
Tomorrow there will be an historic tour of the ancient Cinque Port of Seaford setting off from the Tourist Office in Church Street at 10.30am.
Michael Morgan to sign books July 9 at IndianRiver Life-Saving Station
The Indian River Life-Saving Station will host Michael Morgan for a presentation and book signing at 7 p.m., Wednesday, July 9. This program is free to the public and preregistration is not required.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
A 1.4m to tackle pothole menace
Lewes MP Norman Baker has welcomed the latest tranche of money being made available by the government to tackle potholes.