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Local Democracy Reporter
There was a standing ovation and a fair few tears at County Hall when ill health forced one of West Sussex County Council’s cabinet members to resign.
Debbie Kennard, cabinet member for safer, stronger communities, had a lung transplant in 2015 and told her fellow councillors that she had since developed some serious health problems.
Struggling to speak at first, a tearful Mrs Kennard said she had "absolutely loved" the role she has held for the past two years.
Lauding the work of the county libraries and the fire and rescue service, she said: “It’s been a great privilege to work with teams of amazing, dedicated staff. It’s been inspiring and I count myself truly blessed.”
She added: “It’s been an honour to see all the work you all do.”
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Chichester Observer: Man charged after Mercedes collides with four parked vehicles
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne driver banned and given heavy fine for failing to give information to police
Crawley and Horley Observer: Heatwave predicted for Horsham, Crawley, and Midhurst
Worthing Herald: Five-year-old boy 'slapped on a train' near Durrington
Mid Sussex Times: Dame Vera Lynn ‘horrified’ over decision to scrap free TV licences for over-75s
Brighton and Hove News: Brighton and Hove mayor replaces prayer tradition with poems read by children
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Brighton and Hove Independent: Regular people can help catch speeding and antisocial drivers in police speedwatch scheme
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West Sussex’s council leader, Louise Goldsmith, has survived a second confidence vote in as many months - after an inspection found failings with the county’s fire and rescue service.
Last month, opposition parties brought a vote of confidence over a damning Ofsted report which found the county’s children’s services were inadequate.
However the council, which has a large Conservative majority, rejected those calls.
Labour councillor Michael Jones, who brought the vote, slammed the “political decisions” he said were responsible for the failures.
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Crawley and Horley Observer: Gatwick Airport expansion plans ‘devastating’ and will ‘blight the lives of thousands’
Worthing Herald: Three Worthing parks retain green flag status as one loses award
Mid Sussex Times: 'Outstanding' East Grinstead nursery teaches children and staff sign language
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Hastings Observer: Miracle baby from Hastings shortlisted for UK’s Little Champion award
Brighton and Hove Independent: Burgess Hill bricklayer and Haywards Heath teen to stand trial over ‘racially aggravated assault’
The Argus: Police car crashes in Bear Road, Brighton
Kent Online: 75-year-old with MS from Sittingbourne skydives for charity
Get Surrey: Youngest daughter of Surrey County Council's leader dies aged 21
Chichester Observer: Knife man arrested following Selsey pub incident
Eastbourne Herald: Man attacked while sitting in his car in Eastbourne town centre
Crawley and Horley Observer: Chief executive speaks out after Haywards Heath care home told to improve
Worthing Herald: Man banned from knocking on strangers' doors in Sussex
Mid Sussex Times: Haywards Heath school praised for turning school around
Brighton and Hove News: Attack on arts education could stifle Brighton’s booming creative and digital economy
Hastings Observer: Bexhill man drove on busy St Leonards road while more than twice over drink drive limit
Brighton and Hove Independent: Help for refugees to find work in Brighton and Hove
Sussex Sharks captain Luke Wright hopes his side can go one better in this season's T20 Blast.
Jofra Archer's mother and stepfather speak of pride over their son helping England to victory.
Sussex Chris Jordan admits that he felt emotional watching his Sussex and England team-mate Jofra Archer keep his nerve under pressure in last night's electrifying Lord's finale.
Jordan was the man who discovered his fellow Bajan back home in their native Barbados, before helping him to bring him to Sussex in 2016.
“I was sat there thinking regardless of what happens, I’m still very proud of him to have even got to this stage on that journey," Jordan told BBC Sussex.
“Watching Jof go through all that brought so many emotions. I found it hard to get my words out but it brought a tear to my eyes."
As to whether Lord's Archer would be the man for the job in what proved to be a Champagne Super Over, Jordan added: "He was the best person in that team to do the job.
"I'm not at all surprised. I called it from the start. He has plenty of variations and was the most fitting person for that final over. No occasion is too big for him.”
Gwen Stanbrook, 20, says she's not a big cricket fan but her 80-year-old grandma "is really, really into it".
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Kent Online: Ram raiders strike Co-Op cash machine at Lane End near Darenth
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Chichester Observer: Decision due on gin festival in Priory Park
Eastbourne Herald: Cuts to sanitary services for disabled young people ‘inhuman’ says Eastbourne mum
Crawley and Horley Observer: Inspirational Crawley father shortlisted for special award
Worthing Herald: Coastguards fund beach wheelchair for Shoreham school
Mid Sussex Times: Missing Haywards Heath woman found dead at nature reserve
Brighton and Hove News: Neighbour drops noise complaint against Hove nursery
Hastings Observer: Cash boost for 14 projects running activities for residents in North-East Hastings
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BBC Live reporter
Police in Crawley want to talk this woman, seen with her Chihuahua dog, over racial abuse directed at another dog walker in a Crawley park.
The victim of the abuse, a local woman, was walking her own dog in Tilgate Park when the Chihuahua came up to them.
The Chihuahua owner then approached and kicked the victim's dog hard across the grass several times.
When the local woman remonstrated with her for this cruelty, the woman pictured reportedly racially abused her.
The woman pictured, who police want to talk to is described as white, about 19 years old, 5'8", with long "whitish" hair, and of medium build, wearing tight blue tie-dye jeans, a khaki bomber jacket with two orange stripes on the cuff, black trainers, and an ankle bracelet and a ring on the middle finger.
Another woman who was with her during the incident at 16:00 on Wednesday 19 June, is described as white, about 19, 5'9", with long black or very dark brown hair, and of heavy build, wearing black trainers, black leggings, and a high waist beige off the shoulder jumper.
The Argus: Man kicks down door of flat on fire fearing a baby was inside
Kent Online: Plans for recycling centre at Aylesham Industrial Estate Canterbury set for approval
Get Surrey: Pregnant Frimley woman hit by cyclist riding on pavement feared unborn child had been killed
Chichester Observer: Concern for 79-year-old who went missing from Goodwood Festival of Speed
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man steals nearly £200 worth of meat from Iceland
Crawley and Horley Observer: Gatwick Airport ‘has no plans for third runway’
Worthing Herald: Lancing man returns to find mysterious teenager in his car
Mid Sussex Times: Haywards Heath Fire Station Open Day in pictures
Brighton and Hove News: Planners back £260m scheme for 850 homes on rundown Hove trading estate
Hastings Observer: Police find woman’s body in Hastings flat
Brighton and Hove Independent: MP joins neighbours in opposition to flats scheme for Hove seafront
The Argus: 250 homes to be built on the South Downs every year
Kent Online: Faversham woman bought book for £5 which could now fetch £20k at auction
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Chichester Observer: Major traffic delays as petrolheads flock to Goodwood Festival of Speed
Eastbourne Herald: Tributes to young man from Eastbourne who died in tragic collision
Crawley and Horley Observer: Several West Sussex libraries could close as part of further budget cuts
Worthing Herald: Motorcyclist killed in tragic Angmering accident named by police
Mid Sussex Times: Police appeal over ‘suspicious’ Burgess Hill fire
Brighton and Hove News: Health chiefs to deliver better maternity care
Hastings Observer: Three arrested after man dies outside St Leonards Sainsbury’s
Brighton and Hove Independent: Council calls on minister to stop ‘forced’ academisation of Moulsecoomb school
Cyclist Ann Rix has spent 70 years on her bike clocks up 50 miles a week.
The Argus: One of the Preston Park Twins must be chopped down
Kent Online: Kent road one of Britain's most dangerous
Get Surrey: 'Silly man' tells motorcyclist lying injured that police are 'time-wasting'
Chichester Observer: Chichester man found dead at home with shotgun nearby
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne venue ban for Katie Hopkins
Crawley and Horley Observer: Artist’s pride as hospice heart trail goes live
Worthing Herald: Goodwood unveil this year’s Festival of Speed sculpture
Mid Sussex Times: Three arrested after early morning break-in at Sussex pub
Brighton and Hove News: Five arrested after bottles thrown during dawn brawl on Brighton seafront
Hastings Observer: Hastings gym helps raise awareness of male suicide rates
Brighton and Hove Independent: Project aims to get girls into cycling
The Argus: Homeless men’s tents removed from Hove Lawns
Kent Online: Kent County Council faces further delay in recovering £263m pension stake
Get Surrey: Council 'faces £400k bill' after losing planning battle against homes near A22
Chichester Observer: Concern after spate of deliberate fires in Bognor
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man gets three year ban after drink driving in a busy local retail park
Crawley and Horley Observer: Couple lock themselves in bathroom during terror raid on Sussex pub
Worthing Herald: Worthing wheel: Work leads to seafront closure and parkrun cancellation
Mid Sussex Times: Australian adventure awaits for Ardingly Solar Car project students
Brighton and Hove News: Corn Exchange restoration builders go bust
Hastings Observer: Persistent thief who stole from Hastings shops is jailed
Brighton and Hove Independent: West Sussex and Brighton branches of Age UK in merger
The Argus: Fisherman who hid his catch must pay up
Kent Online: Man arrested after alleged stabbing in Strood
Get Surrey: Planned M3 and A3 roadworks that could disrupt traffic in the week ahead
Chichester Observer: South East Coast Ambulance Service receives five 999 calls a minute on hottest day of year
Eastbourne Herald: Lewes prison sees significant rise in violence
Crawley and Horley Observer: Major rail disruption across Sussex as train lines overheat in blazing hot weather
Worthing Herald: A27 in Worthing set to close again for five nights
Mid Sussex Times: Warehouse fire in Burgess Hill
Brighton and Hove News: Nine arrested during animal rights protest at Brighton supermarket
Hastings Observer: Man arrested after A27 police helicopter pursuit
Brighton and Hove Independent: Massive vegan protest in Brighton city centre
The Argus: Woman bombarded pie company with 'offensive and threatening' emails
Kent Online: Cyber attack delays father's funeral
Get Surrey: 12,000 primary school children in Surrey being taught in classes of more than 30 pupils
Chichester Observer: Chichester canal death 'not suspicious'
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man banned from Wetherspoons following assault
Crawley and Horley Observer: Cuts to housing support ‘risk human and financial catastrophe’ in West Sussex
Worthing Herald: New Worthing offices to replace demolished Teville Gate House
Mid Sussex Times: Ambulance service issues advice as temperatures rise in Sussex
Brighton and Hove News: Brighton takeaway granted later opening licence
Hastings Observer: Hastings makes list of top ten best seaside locations to retire in
Brighton and Hove Independent: Young girl indecently assaulted on bus in Brighton
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Kent Online: Driver 'did not have licence for 11 years'
Get Surrey: Hope that migrant group 'assisted humanely'
Chichester Observer: 'Serious concerns' for missing Chichester man
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man who slashed woman across the face with knife jailed
Crawley and Horley Observer: Flash floods hit Burgess Hill and Haywards Heath
Worthing Herald: Suspected drink-drivers arrested in Lancing and Horsham
Mid Sussex Times: Stonepound Crossroads in Hassocks set for ‘major improvement’
Brighton and Hove News: Clean up Kemp Town, plead residents in petition to council
Hastings Observer: Bexhill man who stalked woman narrowly avoids prison
Brighton and Hove Independent: Man, 76, arrested in connection with offensive graffiti in Hove