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In this week’s paper, drivers and residents see red as the government overrules Chichester District Council and decides the Oving traffic lights will close.
Campaigners brand the Ministry of Justice’s plans for alternative provision of law courts for Chichster a ‘scandal’ and ‘inadequate’.
Plans for a major housing development at Whitehouse Farm are deferred for a second time.
James Butler reports on reaction to findings of a report into ten killings by and of patients.
Our schoolchildren give their views on the ‘preposterous’ school funding shortfall after delivering a plea to Number 10 Downing Street.
Did you graduate from the University of Chichester this week? If so you might find your face among those at the ceremonies on our centre spread.
In our sport pages, the Rocks return to FA Trophy action, eyeing up another remarkable run in the competition.
You could also win a night at a French chateau hotel, get some free chips or even win a wedding at Fontwell Park.
There are dozens more news stories, features, picture stories, columnists, letters, business news, entertainment and sport.
There is also a round-up of cases from the local courts and details of the latest roadworks.
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