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  ALBION lost 3-1 to Bournemouth away last night.
  THE body of a beggar who had been dead for weeks was found on a sofa in his home.
  A RHYTHMIC gymnast wowed judges on a TV talent show.
  A CHARITY which supports young refugees has been awarded £85,000.
  A POLICE inspector is facing allegations that he formed “inappropriate relationships” with five vulnerable women.
  *WARNING: Spoiler alert if you haven't already watched the Christmas special*
  A CITY centre shop has closed.
  A POPULAR boardwalk is set to get a £95,000 extension in time for the summer.
  BUS drivers are set to lead a crackdown on bus pass fraud.
  A DOG found extremely malnourished and neglected by her previous owner is looking for a loving home.
  A COUNCIL leader has vowed to take serious action on climate change after floods wreaked havoc in her district.
  THE Royal Pavilion will feature in a BBC television show tomorrow night.
  FORCING terrorists to take lie detector tests to prove they are not planning another attack is "misguided" and would be a "waste of resources",...
  COMEDIAN Simon Evans joined pal Geoff Norcott on a celebrity edition of Pointless Celebrities.
  ROCKET fuel could be powering our buses and boilers if a councillor gets his way.
  RISING star Alexis Mac Allister has come a long way since his day trip to Lancing this time last year.
  MAY I put a new “spin “ on the reason for global warming.
  IT SEEMS to me that there is an increasing number of owners, who do not take their dogs for a walk and let them do what dogs do, eg, sniff around socialise with other dogs.
  A PANEL of councillors looking at problems with home to school transport is to meet in public for the first time.
  BRIGHTON Council Leader Nancy Platts, writing in The Argus (Jan 21st), said that the new Shelter Hall on the sea front was a prime example of local people benefitting from...
  Councillors have agreed to try to keep rents as low as possible for people moving into new council houses and flats.
  WORK to improve West Sussex County Council will “not be done in a darkened room”, the new chief executive officer has said.
  FIRE crews are warning of the dangers of tumble dryers after one of the appliances caught fire.
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