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Unemployment in the South East rose in the three months ending November 2019.
While it remains among the lowest levels in the country, the unemployment rate for people aged 16 years and over has risen by 0.2% since August to 3.3%.
It remains below the UK average of 3.8%, according to the Office of National Statistics.
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A fisherman had to call on lifeboat volunteers to help catch his runaway boat which had slipped out to sea.
The angler had been attempting to launch his 18ft vessel from the beach at Eastbourne, East Sussex, at about 06:00 GMT when it made its own way out to sea.
The Inshore Lifeboat was launched and the runaway boat was found travelling towards Sovereign Harbour.
Two volunteers made their way onto the boat and returned it to its owner.
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Get Surrey: Helicopter over Shepperton as search resumes for man in River Thames
Chichester Observer: New Sussex cafe that employs people with disabilities gets glowing reviews
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man hunted after violent assaults on man and woman in Pulborough
Crawley and Horley Observer: Sussex has second highest number of stalking reports in the UK
Worthing Herald: Worthing man charged with assaulting a steward during Brighton and Hove Albion vs. Aston Villa match
Mid Sussex Times: Family pays tribute to 'kind-hearted and beautiful mother' who fell from 7th floor Sussex flat
Brighton & Hove News: Crackdown on shared houses across Brighton and Hove
Hastings Observer: Old Hastings Observer building is at centre of exciting new street art project
Brighton & Hove Independent: Man released on bail as investigation continues into mother-of-two's death
Wild mushrooms, cockles and sea kale are among the species being harvested illegally for restaurant diners.
The Argus: Cancer patient's fears over mould in Brighton flat
Kent Online: £800 fine after can thrown from car
Get Surrey: Surrey named pothole capital of England
Chichester Observer: Victim of pervert Chichester priest speaks out
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man pleads guilty after women injured inside property
Crawley and Horley Observer: No trains to run between Horsham and Dorking for 5 days
Worthing Herald: Armed police and fire service respond to incident in Worthing
Mid Sussex Times: Watch driver ram Sussex Police car before speeding wrong way down major road
Brighton & Hove News: Woman run over on pedestrian crossing in Hove
Hastings Observer: Bexhill woman charged after charity box stolen
Brighton & Hove Independent: Sussex family arrive home from holiday with a scorpion in their suitcase
The Argus: Motorist rescued as Storm Brendan causes chaos
Kent Online: School fines parents for late pick-ups
Get Surrey: GoFundMe page launched for teenager killed by train
Chichester Observer: Consultation into school closure to go ahead
Eastbourne Herald: Disability campaigners call for improved access
Crawley and Horley Observer: Dog waits 250 days to find a home
Worthing Herald: Singing group set up in memory of woman killed in collision
Mid Sussex Times: Sussex family find scorpion in suitcase after holiday
Brighton & Hove News: Two hundred and fifty new homes planned for Moulsecoomb
Hastings Observer: Woman injured as car overturns in collision
Brighton & Hove Independent: LGBTQ+ church collection supports Brighton HIV charity with bathroom staples
Police are "extremely concerned" for the welfare of a mother and son.
Crystal Ayres, 33, and her seven-year-old son Elijah were last seen getting into a car in Battle 16:30 GMT on Monday.
The car was later located behind Battle railway station and it is believed the pair could be travelling by train.
Crystal is white, 5’ 2”, and with long blonde hair in a high ponytail.
She was last seen wearing a black skirt, black tights, a black and white blouse and a black cardigan.
Elijah is white, 3’ 9”, and with light brown hair, which is longer on the top and short on the sides.
He was last seen wearing his school uniform which is a dark green jumper, a white polo shirt, grey trousers and black shoes.
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Kent Online: Proposed Cliffe Woods retirement scheme 'looks like prison'
Get Surrey: Hampshire tips £5 charge to be introduced for out of county residents
Chichester Observer: Six divers had to be rescued after the charter boat they were sailing on suffered a machinery failure.
Eastbourne Herald: Labrador stolen from farm believed to have been enticed by burger
Crawley and Horley Observer: Remembering when Crawley was hit by the 2010 Big Freeze
Worthing Herald: Worthing has had its second People’s Postcode Lottery win in six days.
Mid Sussex Times: Playground redevelopment in East Grinstead
Brighton & Hove News: Plans for flats above ‘at-risk’ pub approved
Hastings Observer: Hastings and Rye MP’s calls for action on rail improvements
Brighton & Hove Independent: Community rallies round Portslade school after vandals cause havoc
With six landslips in six weeks in the South East, Network Rail says climate change is to blame.
BBC Live reporter
A man is critically ill and in a coma after being attacked.
The man, who’s 20, was found in Priory Road, Eastbourne, at 08:20 GMT on 5 January.
He had suffered what police say are significant head and torso injuries, and is now in hospital in an induced coma.
Detectives believe he may have known his attacker, and are appealing for CCTV or dash cam footage and to check for any damage to their gardens or properties.
The Argus: Pedestrian hit by car on the A259 in Lancing - road blocked
Kent Online: Mum appeals for driveways along busy and "dangerous" road
Get Surrey: Fund for British Airways cabin crew killed in crash nears £100,000
Chichester Observer: Police investigating reports of youths "intimidating the street community"
Eastbourne Herald: Emergency closure of Claremont Hotel area could last 18 months
Crawley and Horley Observer: Three murder suspects released on bail after Henfield man's death
Worthing Herald: Dynamic Dinkie Flowers from Shoreham wows BBC TV audience
Mid Sussex Times: Rail replacement buses to replace late night trains
Brighton & Hove News: Row over replacement windows in historic Brighton building
Hastings Observer: Emergency services respond to incident at Ravenside
Brighton & Hove Independent: Albion launches free activities to tackle "health deprivation hotspots"
Cameron Devlin died on Boxing Day, and detectives have released CCTV of a man they want to speak to.
BBC Live reporter
A Victorian lift on Brighton seafront has been badly damaged by thieves who stripped copper and lead from its roof.
The Grade II listed building links Marine Parade and Madeira Drive.
It is thought that the thieves caused about £10,000 worth of damage.
The lift opened in 1890 and had been restored in 2013.
Ten tonnes of lead has also been taken from three nearby shelters, which are also Grade II listed.
The thefts happened between 23:00 GMT on 23 December and 01:40 GMT on 26 December.
Sussex Police hope Anthony Knott's "bouncing gait" will jog people's memory.
Coastguards say the recent heavy rain has made the South East's chalk cliffs unstable.