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Trump mistakenly tweets ‘Ivanka’ from Sussex

A woman from Sussex woke up to thousands of mentions on Twitter today after president-elect Donald Trump tagged her in a tweet instead of his daughter.

Politics
Investigations continued into the night after the crash

Tributes paid to man who died as lorry crashes across A27 dual carriageway

TRIBUTES have been paid to a man who died as a lorry crashed through the central reservation of a busy dual carriageway.

News

Cook up a storm to win a £10k new kitchen

A BUILDERS’ merchants has launched a competition for good cooks to win a kitchen.

Business
Lia Payne, 17, with her mother Sally Payne and their pet dog Pablo

Autistic teenager writes poem about being ‘normal’

Everyone has a passion – and for Lia Payne, that passion is writing.

Lifestyle
Ruari Eaton, eight, took his familys tree to Westbournes Christmas tree recycling

From recycling to cycling for great green villagers

ECO campaigners are hoping 2017 will be the village’s greenest year ever.

Havant

Jobs on offer at museum

FIVE jobs are on offer at a living museum.

Business
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Drivers endure long journeys home as snow hits Portsmouth area

DRIVERS have suffered long journeys home this evening as light snow hit the Portsmouth area.

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SNOW ALERT: Live rush-hour updates

SNOW ALERT: Live rush-hour updates

Here is our live information service as an evening rush-hour snow alert is sounded for Portsmouth.

Portsmouth
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Body of former Havant student Ryan Lock ‘recovered’ after fighting Islamic State

THE body of a chef from Chichester who was killed fighting Isis in Syria will be repatriated.

News
The Chichester A27 bypass from Stockbridge bridge looking eastbound

Council suggests re-run of consultation over A27

A NEW row has broken out between council cabinet members and campaign groups as the future of a bypass on the A27 hangs in the balance.

Travel 1

‘Care for your vulnerable neighbours’ as icy weather hits

CARING residents are being urged to keep an eye out for their vulnerable neighbours as chilly weather grips the nation.

News
The new Chandler and Hall salon in Southbourne

Best of friends prove they are a cut above the rest

TWO best friends have joined forces to open their dream hair salon which they say embodies their laid-back approach to washing, cutting and drying.

West Sussex
The chief executive officer of Rolls Royce has said the luxury brand will remain in Britain

Rolls-Royce confirms its commitment to remaining based in Britain

ROLLS-Royce Motor Cars – which has its manufacturing base in Goodwood – has renewed its commitment to Britain after a double-digit jump in UK revenues helped the German-owned company notch up its second highest sales record in over a century.

Business 5
‘Friends’ star pops in for lunch

‘Friends’ star pops in for lunch

Staff at a Sussex cafe made a new ‘Friend’ when Courteney Cox dropped in for lunch.

News 5

Ambulance trust appoints new chief executive

A NEW chief executive has been appointed to an ambulance service.

Health

Public sex acts pair blame trains for court lateness

A Sussex couple who pleaded guilty to committing sexual acts in a public place blamed train ticket prices for turning up late to court.

Crime
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Night parking fees branded an ‘attack on culture’

A controversial plan to extend parking fees to 8pm at evening entertainment venues has been slammed as ‘mean-spirited’ in a public consultation.

Politics 4

Plush campsite honoured with silver at ceremony

POSH camping company Plush Tents Glamping is celebrating after winning a silver award in the Beautiful South Awards.

Business

Boat supplier marks 60 years

SIXTY years in business have been marked at a company that makes cathodic protection systems for leisure and commercial boats.

Business
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Footballer forced to wait two hours for ambulance after breaking leg

The ambulance service has apologised after a footballer who broke his leg had to wait in agony for nearly two hours for an ambulance to arrive.

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