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The Argus: Labour's Lloyd Russell-Moyle launches rant as he is re-elected for Brighton Kemptown
Kent Online: Mum will sue play centre after son's injury
Get Surrey: Anne Milton ousted as Conservatives retain seat
Chichester Observer: Tories strengthen their support across Sussex
Eastbourne Herald: Consultation on new school for Hailsham gets underway
Crawley and Horley Observer: Candidates react to election results
Worthing Herald: Attempted stabbing on teenager as he walked to school
Mid Sussex Times: Crawley Town ‘confident’ Port Vale game will go ahead
Brighton & Hove News: A night at the Brighton & Hove election count in pictures
Hastings Observer: Conservatives win Hastings and Rye General Election as Sally-Ann Hart increases majority
Brighton & Hove Independent: Police increasingly worried about missing Brighton teen
A man has been injured after a tipper truck overturned and spilled its load in Bolney, West Sussex.
The accident happened on the single carriageway of the A272 at about 12:10 GMT on Monday.
The green HGV had been travelling westbound when it overturned. The driver – a 32-year-old man from Shoreham – sustained minor injuries.
No other vehicles were involved and Sussex Police is appealing for witnesses.
The Argus: Fire breaks out in Leicester Villas, Hove
Kent Online: Ramsgate girl's brave journey as one of the youngest transgender children in the country
Get Surrey: Woking's HG Wells Centre could be demolished and replaced with 27-storey tower block
Chichester Observer: Man 'exposes himself indecently' to teenage girl in Bognor
Eastbourne Herald: Family of murdered Eastbourne student launch legal fight
Crawley and Horley Observer: Police attend accident near major Crawley roundabout
Worthing Herald: Wanted man with links to Worthing and Brighton?
Mid Sussex Times: U-turn over gritting cuts after huge public backlash
Brighton & Hove News: Brighton Marina to host winter wonderland inspired by family favourites
Hastings Observer: Tributes paid to Hastings student who died from bleed on the brain
Brighton & Hove Independent: Costs soar for providing vulnerable children with home to school transport
The Argus: ‘Conservative escapes hustings over a fence’
Kent Online: Police officer injured after car runs over his foot during stop in Maidstone
Get Surrey: Pet owner's beloved King Charles dog almost killed by Italian bullmastiffs in Farnham Park
Chichester Observer: Police 'desperate to find' two missing teenage girls — dial 999 if you see them
Eastbourne Herald: Anonymous cancer survivor leaves chocolates around Eastbourne to ‘share happiness’
Crawley and Horley Observer: Crawley family pays tribute to Brighton murder victim
Worthing Herald: Lost cat was living in Worthing rubbish chute for months
Mid Sussex Times: Hundreds turn out to hear candidates’ views on climate change ahead of the General Election
Brighton & Hove News: 24-hour off-licence ‘sold booze to street drinker after he walked into bus’
Hastings Observer: Man attacked with a machete in Hastings
Brighton & Hove Independent: Brighton pensioner jailed for having thousands of child porn images
A gym owner who helps the homeless has called on all the politicians to reshape the mental health service.
A woman who records sightings of the unusual rodents found hotspots for them in East and West Sussex.
The Argus: Police hunt women after stolen card used in Brighton spending spree
Kent Online: Rapper Stefflon Don's brother 'didn't need to' rob Yalding family 'because of famous sister'
Get Surrey: Villagers feel 'conned' by Cranleigh Village Hospital Trust over care home plans
Chichester Observer: Flood warning issued for Bosham and West Itchenor
Eastbourne Herald: Anti-smoking messages on loudspeaker at Eastbourne hospital to catch out smokers
Crawley and Horley Observer: Fears second Horsham dog dies of deadly disease
Worthing Herald: Lancing train driver given emotional send-off after 54-year career
Mid Sussex Times: Council boss Nathan Elvery has left by ‘mutual consent’
Brighton & Hove News: Father of the bride takes Coach House to court over cancelled wedding reception
Hastings Observer: Man suffers fractured eye socket in assault at St Leonards Warrior Square
Brighton & Hove Independent: Police name Brighton teenager who fell from Horsham town centre car park
A look back at the seats in the south east which were won by a small margin in the last election.
Fire crews are helping the ambulance service in Kent by transporting increasing number of obese patients, according to figures obtained by BBC Radio Kent.
In the past three years, Kent Fire and Rescue said it had assisted with more than 560 bariatric patients.
In 2018, firefighters helped to move 263 people, up from 130 the year before.
By 4 October this year, 175 bariatric patients had been assisted, according to official figures.
A South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust spokesperson said the figures needed to be seen in the context of about 800,000 calls received each year.
"Across our region we treat a variety of patients, many of whom are managing long term and complex health needs.
"We have a duty to ensure we have the resources required to respond to the needs of all our patients including those who are overweight."
A goat has been rescued by firefighters after it became stuck on a ledge about 60ft high on a quarry cliff face.
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service and the RSPCA were called to pull the animal to safety on Monday in Small Dole, near Henfield.
A member of the public had seen the goat in the morning, and when it was still there in the afternoon, reported it to the RSPCA.
Firefighters used specialist equipment to safely rescue the goat which was then checked over by the RSPCA and the owner.
RSPCA inspector Tony Woodley said: “We suspect this poor goat would have probably been chased and that’s how he ended up in this predicament.
“He was standing on a tiny ledge and had been there all day, there’s no way he would have been able to get off it by himself."
British Airways passengers are being asked to check with their airline after issues with a flight planning computer system overnight caused delays to long-haul flights.
Gatwick Airport said some flights which were still in the air would be landing between two and three hours late.
An airport spokesman said there would be a knock-on effect for some departures.
No other airlines have been affected, he said.
BBC South East's political editor Lauren Moss examines the main issues in the general election
The Argus: Brighton Middle Street Synagogue vandalism: Funding bid launched
Kent Online: Photo warning as haystack blaze continues
Get Surrey: Casino nightclub redevelopment plans unveiled for 10-storey building with 260 student rooms and rooftop bar
Chichester Observer: Pagham planning dispute: Three more applications put forward
Eastbourne Herald: Eight-million-pound Hailsham school built in just 10 months
Crawley and Horley Observer: New head gardener takes over at historic estate near Horsham
Worthing Herald: Police officers to hold street surgery in Worthing
Mid Sussex Times: Warninglid care home improves its CQC rating
Brighton & Hove News: Rule change credited with reducing the number of illegal camps in Brighton and Hove
Hastings Observer: Hastings man jailed for making false 999 calls
Brighton & Hove Independent: Police seek woman who told Brighton pub staff a man had tried to rape her
It's been another great fundraising achievement for BBC South East's annual Children in Need appeal.
This year our party was held at Allington Castle near Maidstone.
So far almost £3.9m has been raised across Kent, Surrey and Sussex.
Thank you to everyone who took part for all your fantastic fundraising efforts.
The Argus: Lewes murder: Man charged over Nicola Stevenson's death
Kent Online: Church faces closure after 900 years
Get Surrey: Major accidents causing hours of delays
ChichesterObserver: Sussex baby airlifted to hospital after she stopped breathing is to feature in national charity Christmas appeal
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man jailed for lifeboat station burglary
Crawley and Horley Observer: Sussex Murder enquiry: Police reveal identity of victim and make second arrest
Worthing Herald: Bomb disposal team called to Worthing beach
Mid Sussex Times: Mid Sussex General Election candidates officially announced
Brighton & Hove News: Former Brighton & Hove Albion trialist goes into Celebrity Jungle
HastingsObserver: Inquest into St Leonards hospice fire deaths to reopen
Brighton & Hove Independent: East Sussex lifeboat assists as migrant vessel is brought to shore in Dungeness
Rush hour commuters are facing severe delays on the M25 in Surrey and Sussex after two crashes this morning.
Highways England said traffic has been stopped clockwise between junctions nine at Leatherhead and junctions 10 at Wisley while traffic officers work to clear the scene of one collision.
Meanwhile, an earlier crash between junctions eight and nine at Reigate also stopped the motorway traffic. Highways England warned of two hour delays with queues stretching back 16 miles to J5.
The scene of the first crash has now been cleared.
Local Democracy Reporter
West Sussex County Council has settled a legal challenge with one of the unsuccessful bidders for its highways maintenance contract – but won’t say how much money, if any, it cost the taxpayer.
Last year, the council was preparing to award the contract to Ringway Infrastructure Services Ltd following what was described as "a successful procurement process".
Things were brought to a grinding halt with a High Court challenge from rival bidder Amey PLC.
A preliminary hearing was held at the end of April. At a recent meeting of the environment, communities and fire select committee, officers were asked for an update on the situation but no legal representative was present to give an answer.
When asked for details, a spokesman said: “The legal dispute between the council and one of the bidders in the previous highways service procurement has been settled by agreement.
“The terms of the agreement are commercially sensitive and cannot be disclosed at this time.”
The Argus: Tag ‘banned’ in playground over head’s rough play fears
Kent Online: Co-op in Wye near Ashford targeted in 4x4 raid
Get Surrey: Suspected illegal migrant detained on M25 after 'waving at vehicles from rear of HGV
Chichester Observer: Police investigating after bus is 'hit and damaged' by piece of rock in Selsey
Eastbourne Herald: School run traffic impacts Eastbourne’s pollution record
Crawley and Horley Observer: Pedestrian ‘seriously injured’ in Horley crash
Worthing Herald: This is why the Rampion wind farm has been shut down
Mid Sussex Times: Warning over thefts from Sussex churchgoers
Brighton & Hove News: Man suspected of mini crime spree wanted by police
Hastings Observer: Hastings’ £25m fund ‘does not go very far’ towards fixing town’s problems
Brighton & Hove Independent: ‘Great concern’ as attacks on firefighters in East Sussex on the rise
Oliver Pocknell beat 1,000 competitors from 20 countries to become world champion of X-Wing.