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Tau signs on loan for Bloom's Belgian club  Albion have loaned out summer signing Percy Tau to Tony Bloom's Belgian side Royale Union Saint-Gilloise for the season.
Boy suffers shattered jaw after he was 'lured' to a Polegate park in a gang attack  A TEENAGER suffered a shattered jaw after being lured to a park and attacked by a gang.
Popular osteopath is new signing for Crawley clinic  YORDI Winten is the latest osteopath to join The Back Care Clinic at Crawley.
Mills wants to set up a big finale at Hove  SUSSEX hat-trick star Tymal Mills wants to set up a big Twenty20 night at Hove.
Bernardo on his tough Premier League debut for Albion  In his second Premier League game for Albion, Pascal Gross was buffeted by Harry Maguire.
Albion double-act warned they have work cut out coping with United threat  ALBION defenders Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy have their work cut out against Manchester United – who ever Jose Mourinho throws at them.
Teenage thug stomped on victim's head, leaving him in 24/7 care for life  A THUG who put a man in a coma by stamping on his head has been jailed for 12 years.
Comment: Joe Sugg all set for top test  IF YOU are over the age of 30 the chances are you may never have heard the name Joe Sugg.
Column: It is crucial that terrace is saved from demolition  MADEIRA Terrace in Brighton is unique and must be saved from demolition.
West Pier artefacts up for sale  HISTORIC artefacts from the West Pier have gone on sale.
New police cars have all the mod cons on the beat  OFFICERS are delighted to have taken delivery of the first batch of police vehicles which feature all the latest mod cons.
A hired hawk keeps the seagulls in Hastings at bay  IS this the solution to having food snatched away on the seafront?
Bengali women want to start their own food-growing project  A GROUP of Bengali women want to set up their own food-growing project after being inspired by a community garden in London.
Former pub owner was found dead by worker  AN EX-PUB owner was found hanging from a tree by his gardener.
Fly-tipping in Chalky Road, Mile Oak is a "really awful" problem  FENCING, boxes, a mattress and carpet offcuts are among the junk being dumped “almost nightly” at a recycling point next to a children’s park.
Letter: It is so wrong to show contempt for electorate  WHAT a crazy mixed-up world we’re living in.
Rag 'n' Bone Man lends support to charity helping talented young adults  RAG ’N’ BONE MAN has teamed up with a charity which helps young adults develop through music.
Mills hat-trick caps Sussex supershow  Sussex ignited their home T20 programme tonight – and remained in the hunt for a quarter-final spot.
Two rescued from under Brighton Palace Pier  TWO people have been rescued from the sea under Brighton Palace Pier tonight.
Doctor attacked by patient at Brighton GP surgery  A DOCTOR was attacked by a patient and has refused to return to a surgery deemed unsafe, it was revealed today.
Police chase through Brighton ends in arrest  STUNNED shoppers watched a dramatic police chase in the centre of Brighton today.
Man wanted on recall to prison could be in Brighton  POLICE are hunting a wanted man suspected of involvement in a series of assaults.
Rough sleeper denies murder at Pavilion Gardens  A HOMELESS man grinned and wished the judge a lovely day as he denied murdering another rough sleeper.
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