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COMMENT: Small victory in a business full of pitfalls for customers

Once upon a time, buying tickets for a football match, concert, or any other kind of a event was a simple transaction.

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If you're going to do a job, do it properly... and not just before Christmas

CHERYL GIBBS: Decorating (badly) and Christmas do not mix

I remember a couple of years ago my sister Michelle got herself into a state because she was undergoing work in the house which involved knocking walls down and redecorating pretty much her whole home.

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Lidl’s scored a victory but it’s a big loss for industry

Usually the opening of an extended supermarket is something to celebrate.

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Although Rick loves the snow, he knows the reality can lead to treacherous conditions

RICK JACKSON: The reality may be treacherous but there’s nothing I’d like more than a white Christmas

I was very close to de-friending a few people on Facebook this week as images of them tobogganing and building snowmen clogged my profile page.

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Inspiring Tim shows you can reach for the stars

When astronaut Tim Peake tells you to reach for the stars, you listen.

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Zella believes there is too much pressure on women to look the 'right way'                   Shutterstock

ZELLA COMPTON: Men – educate yourselves about what feminism really is. Stop being so frightened.

Right about the time you’re reading this, I will hopefully be in the Houses of Parliament.

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Murray Jacobsen says America's gun laws should be tightened

STUDENT SHOUT: ‘America is great – the problem is its gun laws’ by Murray Jacobsen

There is no denying that there is a problem with guns in America, even if some Americans won’t admit it.

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NEWS COMMENT: If we want the police, we’ll have to pay for them

NEWS COMMENT: If we want the police, we’ll have to pay for them

EVERY year, when it comes to discussing the setting of the rates for the next 12 months’ council tax, the picture is rarely rosy.

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Clive Smith is disgusted that a priest said he hopes Prince George grows up to be gay  Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

CLIVE SMITH: What decade is this out-of-touch priest living in?

A senior minister with the Scottish Episcopal Church has said Christians should pray Prince George is gay.

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The Howard family are expecting a new addition to the household - due just in time for the World Cup

KIERAN HOWARD: Our World Cup baby is set to arrive just in time for kick-off

Stop press, there’s some breaking news in the Howard household.

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Until earlier this year, Lesley had a rather lovely fake white Christmas tree. It ended up in a skip...               (Shutterstock)

LESLEY KEATING: To fake or not to fake, that is the question

Christmas is nearing and we’re still not in our own home.

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Cladding being removed from Horatia House and Leamington House earlier this year

COMMENT: A towering mistake to backtrack on fire safety

The inferno that claimed 71 lives at Grenfell Tower on June 14 horrified the nation and gave us one of 2017’s darkest hours.

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Should eating be banned from cinemas and theatres? Verity doesn't think so   (Shutterstock)

VERITY LUSH: Popcorn in the cinema? What’s the problem?

There was a discussion on the radio today about whether or not people should eat snacks in the theatre or cinema.

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COMMENT: Queen has a very personal connection with navy

It was only a week ago that she was just down the A27, thrilling the people of Chichester with an official visit to the city’s theatre.

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Chery's 'one vice' is a sweet-smelling Christmas tree       Picture: Shutterstock

CHERYL GIBBS: Don’t call me a hypocrite over my Christmas tree

‘It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas...’

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STEVE CANAVAN: Following in the footsteps of father's frugal Christmas

STEVE CANAVAN: Following in the footsteps of father's frugal Christmas

As a child, I loved Christmas. It seemed fun and exciting.
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BLAISE TAPP: Festivities take many forms – for me it's Boxing Day footy

BLAISE TAPP: Festivities take many forms – for me it's Boxing Day footy

Christmas means something different to each of us.
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Vinyl sales are at their highest ince 1988     (Shutterstock)

RICK JACKSON: Nothing beats the theatre of playing a vinyl record

Wonderful news, vinyl sales in 2017 will be at their highest since 1988.

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COMMENT: The reality is that historic venues can’t live in the past

These are exciting times for culture in our city.

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