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  • Thousands see in the New Year in style

    Bitter cold temperatures and a smattering of snow didn't stop thousands of Sussex revellers dressing in their finest and drinking to a happy new year. On one of the coldest nights of the year partygoers across the county braved the elements to see in

  • Honoured for vital work in the community

    A mother who helped set up a centre and support group for victims of brain injury after her son was in a road crash is among those recognised in the New Year's Honours. Ann Cummings, of Buckle Rise, Seaford, is made an MBE for helping to establish and

  • County divide splits health spending

    Public health spending in West Sussex was more than £40 a person less than in the east of the county last year. Figures published yesterday showed West Sussex Health Authority spent an average of £764.64 on each person in the year 2000-1 while East Sussex

  • Albion v Northampton postponed

    Albion's clash today against Northampton at Withdean has been postponed due to the freezing weather. The game was called off yesterday afternoon after temperatures of around minus 5 made the pitch unplayable. It is the second match Albion frozen off this

  • A New Year, a new you

    Every New Year brings with it new hope, a new ambition, a new vision for another achievement in life. Perhaps it the curiosity of what the future holds in store for us that becomes the inspiration for new resolution each year. But what is it that makes

  • Thousands see in the New Year in style

    Bitter cold temperatures and a smattering of snow didn't stop thousands of Sussex revellers dressing in their finest and drinking to a happy new year. On one of the coldest nights of the year partygoers across the county braved the elements to see in

  • Thousands brave cold to see in New Year

    Bitter cold temperatures and a smattering of snow didn't stop thousands of Sussex revellers dressing in their finest and drinking to a happy new year. On one of the coldest nights of the year partygoers across the county braved the elements to see in

  • Open all hours helps keep the peace

    Staggered pub opening times helped police prevent over zealous New Year celebrations getting out of hand. Police were called to several city centre pubs in Brigton and Hove as arguments fuelled with alcohol threatened to get nasty. Officers broke up fights

  • County divide splits health spending

    Public health spending in West Sussex was more than £40 a person less than in the east of the county last year. Figures published yesterday showed West Sussex Health Authority spent an average of £764.64 on each person in the year 2000-1 while East Sussex

  • Albion v Northampton postponed

    Albion's clash today against Northampton at Withdean has been postponed due to the freezing weather. The game was called off yesterday afternoon after temperatures of around minus 5 made the pitch unplayable. It is the second match Albion frozen off this

  • A New Year, a new you

    Every New Year brings with it new hope, a new ambition, a new vision for another achievement in life. Perhaps it the curiosity of what the future holds in store for us that becomes the inspiration for new resolution each year. But what is it that makes

  • Look the New Year in the eye

    The best way to avoid a hangover is to avoid alcohol altogether but that's no good on New Year's Eve. In an ideal world, everyone has incredible will power and everyone knows when to stop. But this is not an ideal world so the other option is to listen

  • Man held in hunt for bedsit killer

    Detectives hunting the killer of a 33-year-old woman found murdered after a Christmas party have arrested the occupier of the flat where she was found. A 35-year-old man, believed to be Paul Flynn who lived at the bedsit in Dorset Gardens, Brighton, was

  • Open all hours helps keep the peace

    Staggered pub opening times helped police prevent over zealous New Year celebrations getting out of hand. Police were called to several city centre pubs in Brigton and Hove as arguments fuelled with alcohol threatened to get nasty. Officers broke up fights

  • Police probe second bedsit death

    The body of a woman was discovered in a flat on New Year's Eve. Police sealed off the area in Bedford Square, Brighton, and inquiries to determine the cause of death were continuing. Distraught relatives were at the flat and were being comforted by police

  • Police chief's royal bouquet

    People from all walks of Sussex life are celebrating recognition in the New Year's Honours. They join some of the biggest names in showbusiness and sport honoured by the Queen as she begins her Golden Jubilee year. Deputy chief constable Maria Wallis

  • Look the New Year in the eye

    The best way to avoid a hangover is to avoid alcohol altogether but that's no good on New Year's Eve. In an ideal world, everyone has incredible will power and everyone knows when to stop. But this is not an ideal world so the other option is to listen

  • A resolution that's easy to swallow

    Symbolically, the New Year signifies a renewal life, hence our desire for regeneration and celebration. Modern-day festivities encourage unbridled drinking and eating and are geared less towards restoring health and sanity. By sampling some healthy New

  • Man held in hunt for bedsit killer

    Detectives hunting the killer of a 33-year-old woman found murdered after a Christmas party have arrested the occupier of the flat where she was found. A 35-year-old man, believed to be Paul Flynn who lived at the bedsit in Dorset Gardens, Brighton, was

  • Thousands brave cold to see in New Year

    Bitter cold temperatures and a smattering of snow didn't stop thousands of Sussex revellers dressing in their finest and drinking to a happy new year. On one of the coldest nights of the year partygoers across the county braved the elements to see in

  • Police probe second bedsit death

    The body of a woman was discovered in a flat on New Year's Eve. Police sealed off the area in Bedford Square, Brighton, and inquiries to determine the cause of death were continuing. Distraught relatives were at the flat and were being comforted by police

  • Police chief's royal bouquet

    People from all walks of Sussex life are celebrating recognition in the New Year's Honours. They join some of the biggest names in showbusiness and sport honoured by the Queen as she begins her Golden Jubilee year. Deputy chief constable Maria Wallis

  • Honoured for vital work in the community

    A mother who helped set up a centre and support group for victims of brain injury after her son was in a road crash is among those recognised in the New Year's Honours. Ann Cummings, of Buckle Rise, Seaford, is made an MBE for helping to establish and

  • A resolution that's easy to swallow

    Symbolically, the New Year signifies a renewal life, hence our desire for regeneration and celebration. Modern-day festivities encourage unbridled drinking and eating and are geared less towards restoring health and sanity. By sampling some healthy New