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Can't stand the build up to election

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12:00pm Monday 27th April 2015

As a kid I used to think six weeks was a long time – those glorious summer holidays when school was out.

Service must be better

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12:00pm Monday 27th April 2015

BIG promises from the train operators.

A tale of two (or many) cities

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6:00am Saturday 25th April 2015

AS a relative newcomer to Brighton (and as a conscientious Argus political columnist) I’ve been spending my evenings doing the hustings rounds — mostly observing but, on a couple of occasions, chairing.

Support all the brave people who speak out about abuse

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12:00pm Friday 24th April 2015

THE courage of Tina Roper, who featured in The Argus when she waived her right to anonymity to speak out about her experiences of sexual violence, is testament to the incredible strength and resilience shown by many survivors.

It’s not good enough

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12:00pm Friday 24th April 2015

THE first day at school is among the most daunting of your life for many of us. For parents it is almost as stressful.

The age of austerity means nothing to this private school

The Argus: The age of austerity means nothing to this private school

12:00pm Friday 24th April 2015

We all know there are many schools in Sussex that are facing tough decisions on spending. Which books to stop ordering or classroom assistants to let go. But how about whether the sideboards should be carved mahogany and where to place the exquisite deer sculptures?

It’s tough down south – but not for posh pupils

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12:00pm Friday 24th April 2015

We all know there are many schools in Sussex that are facing tough decisions on spending. Which books to stop ordering or classroom assistants to let go. But how about whether the sideboards should be carved mahogany and where to place the exquisite deer sculptures?

Learn from board

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1:41pm Thursday 23rd April 2015

IF ANYONE has seen the general election debates of the last few weeks, you will know the Conservatives and the Greens have very little in common.

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