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Last orders at Lloyds Bar Chichester

Thursday will be the last chance to grab a famous Wetherspoon ‘curry club’ at Lloyds Bar in Chichester before it closes for good.

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Expert tips to prevent pipes bursting in freezing temperatures this winter

Expert tips to prevent pipes bursting in freezing temperatures this winter

Parts of the UK are set to be hit by freezing temperatures and snow as a ‘polar maritime air mass’ sweeps across the nation, writes Paul Harmer, Consultant with the Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Sunday, January 21

Passengers heading out by train today should be aware that engineering works have closed some lines in the county.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, January 20

TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, January 20

Engineering works are affecting some train services in the county today.

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Jorge Gutic, senior lecturer in tourism management at Chichester University business school, held a presentation on the Manhood Peninsula Destination Management Plan

Tourism plan launched for Manhood Peninsula

Representatives from businesses, councils and community groups gathered today to hear about a strategy to rejuvenate tourism on the Manhood Peninsula.

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Where are fallen trees causing travel delays this morning?

Where are fallen trees causing travel delays this morning?

Following high winds last night reports are coming in of a number of fallen trees affecting drivers this morning.

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Reminder about self-assessment

Bizarre excuses for not filling in tax returns revealed

Aliens, vertigo and spilt coffee are just some of the excuses made for not completing tax returns on time, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have revealed.

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From left, Yvonne Copeland, Charles Ashe, Ray Cobbett, Brendan Gibb-Gray and Malinda Griffin

Residents clash with developer over Emsworth homes

Frustrations have been aired over a proposed development of 49 new homes.

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Marie Juden, 71, from Tarring said abuse from car drivers when she is on the road has gotten worse. Pictured in Chatsworth Road.

COUNTY NEWS: Scooter user tells foul-mouthed drivers to ‘grow up’

A mobility scooter owner has told drivers and cyclists to ‘grow up’ after receiving abuse while out on the road.

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Retail survey launched by Chichester District Council

Residents may recieve a phone call asking about their shopping and leisure habits as part of a survey by Chichester District Council.

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Mayor Angela Standing and councillor James Stewart in Canada Road in Arundel, which would see its speed limit reduced

Sweeping speed limit cuts would solve A27 ‘rat-running’, council says

Speed limit changes to cut ‘rat-running’ and boost safety could be coming to Arundel.

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The new �6m Enterprise Centre at western end of Terminus Road opens in February

Start-up business hub ready to launch in Chichester

A major leg-up for new businesses is about to launch.

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Solar farm

COUNTY NEWS: Solar farm work safe after Carillion collapse

The collapse of construction giant Carillion will not affect ongoing work on West Sussex solar farm projects, the county council has said.

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Ford prison supplier collapses

Ford prison supplier collapses

A construction giant that supplies services to Ford Prison has collapsed.

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Flytipping costs councils and farmers thousands each year

‘Hidden cost’ of flytipping on Chichester farmers

An agricultural expert has warned of the ‘hidden cost’ of flytipping on innocent farmers, after it was revealed that councils have spent more than £4.5m on cleaning up the South East in just 12 months.

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British Airways research shows most people don't take two-week breaks

Workers fear two-week holidays are ‘frowned on’ by employers

More than a third of people living in the South East do not take a two-week holiday because they believe it’s frowned on and discouraged at their workplace, a study has shown.

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Surchargeing ended at midnight on Friday

Will the end of credit and debit card fees mean we all pay more?

From now on, extra charges for people using their credit or debit cards to book flights, cinema tickets, takeaway meals and other goods and services have been banned.

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M23 northbound closed all weekend between junction 10 and 9. Eddie Mitchell

TRAVEL: M23 closed all weekend and rail disruption

The M23 northbound is closed for the entire weekend between junction 10 at Crawley and junction 9 at Gatwick Airport.

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Mill Road in Arundel is among the streets that could have reduced speed limits. Picture: Derek Martin

What would speed limit changes for Arundel look like?

Speed limit changes could be on the way for a large part of Arundel, including most of the town centre.

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Chichester residents face water disruptions tonight

Residents living in the Chichester East area will be affected by a series of water supply interruptions from midnight tonight until 4am tomorrow, Friday, January 12.

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