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In the clamour for instant justice we shouldn't give way to mob rule

If I could sum up the 21st Century so far I would describe it as the era during which the world lost respect for almost everything.
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Louise

etc columnist Louise Margaret

Why the good old-fashioned cluttered look will always prevail

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RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Country walk: Heyshott Downs

This is a strenuous walk of 5.5 miles (9kms) up and over the South Downs at Heyshott.

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Stuart McGinley with his dog Jake

STUART McGINLEY: Cherish your furry friends

Last week the love of my love celebrated his 42 nd birthday, we’ve been soulmates ever since we met, despite him having bad breath and taking up all the bed.

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Katy Bourne

Katy Bourne: Hate crime will not be tolerated

Sussex’s police and crime commissioner Katy Bourne on the rise of hate crimes since the Brexit vote.

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Small village schools are at risk

Small village schools are at risk of closure because of unfunded costs

On the outskirts of many English towns, adjacent to greenbelt and farmland, you will find small village communities situated around a local school, church and public house (the pub) – and many of these communities have been established for centuries.

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Alexia

etc columnist - Alexia Rowley

Now love really is in the air

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Blaise want to share the pain of getting on the property ladder with his children

By not planning to build we're constructing a crisis for our children

If I had a pound for every time I’ve been told that moving house is the most stressful thing we do, I would have stopped making my own sandwiches years ago.

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LEGAL CORNER: Could your insurer open the door to driverless motoring?

Discussions about how soon driverless cars could become a common sight on our roads continue to prompt the airing of many different theories including the prediction that within ten years there will be no drivers, no road accidents, and no injuries.

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RICHARD WILLIAMSON: East Dean to Brockhurst Bottom

I enjoyed this 3 mile (4.8kms) walk on a fine day in mid-January this year. It started in East Dean village which lies in a valley, surrounding the spring that feeds the river Lavant, just over a mile east of Singleton on the A286 down a minor road which then joins up with the A285.

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The Venerable Fiona Windsor, Archdeacon of Horsham

Listening to each other in a society of respect

So here we are, well under way with the new year.

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RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Full moon over the white woodland

The Met Office did warn us about snow over the South Downs in mid-January but I had to get into St. Richard’s Hospital to make a radio broadcast on Chichester Area Talking News just as the blizzard started at night-fall and so I set off into that swirling white chaos.

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ABC at the Department for Transport in December, urging immediate action on Southern Rail  CREDIT: Bradley Rees SUS-170202-141735001

Emily Yates: Passengers lead the call for rail justice

Parliament has failed in holding the Department for Transport to account – Southern Rail passengers have nowhere left to go but court.

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LEGAL CORNER: What is a personal representative?

The term ‘personal representative’ is a generic term that applies both to an executor of a will and a court-appointed estate administrator — but what exactly does being a personal representative entail?

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RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Country walk: Houghton Hill

This 4.5 (7.3 kms) walk is over Houghton Farm which is some of the area where farmers will take part in the identification day farm bird count next Thursday.

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RICHARD WILLIAMSON: Where have all the farm birds gone?

Where have all the farm birds gone? West Sussex farmers will be finding out next week.

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Blaise points out that the fast pace of modern life isn't suited for everyone

Taking time to remember there is real life in the slow lane

‘Life today is just too fast, nobody has time to stop and think' is something most of us will have either recently said, or heard from an older friend or relative.
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Dr Martin Warner, Bishop of Chichester

The potential of life, individually and collectively

Because I’m fairly disorganised, I reckon it’s still not too late to make some new year resolutions.

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Blaise is trying to keep on the straight and narrow

I'm going off my trolley with insane dieting advice

Over the years I have come up with a variety of strategies to cope with the tedium of frequent visits to the supermarket.
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Sing For Better Health in Brighton

New years bring new beginnings

A new year marks a time when many people redouble their efforts to get fit and stay fit.

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