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Police patrols to increase following murders

Published on by Tom Palmer (author)

PCSOs Tania Khanqhmadi and Paul Merrick offering crime prevention adivice along with suppling and fitting property alarms to Mrs Nanzige Sheila's possessions and home.   (photo: )

PCSOs Tania Khanqhmadi and Paul Merrick offering crime prevention adivice along with suppling and fitting property alarms to Mrs Nanzige Sheila's possessions and home.

Sussex police set to step up patrols to reassure public following murders in the city.

Big Business v Local: The Battle for Vegan custom

Published on by James Hancocks (author)

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Veganuary is a non-profit organisation founded in 2014 to encourage people to go vegan for a month. With fast food corporations joining in by providing vegan alternatives, there are concerns over the impact this will have on local, vegan-friendly businesses.

Eastbourne traders in a BID to save town centre shopping

Published on by Chris Dabbs (author)

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Traders in Eastbourne are concerned that the town centre could end up as a ghost town as another120 jobs will be lost this weekend when a high street favourite will be shutting-up shop for the last time. So much so that retailers are working together to save their town and the council are looking at different ways to use the site.

BBN TV Bulletin: 2.30pm (13/01/20)

Published on by Ant McEwan (author)

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All the latest from the BBN TV News Team, at 2.30pm.

BBN TV Bulletin: 12.30pm (13/01/20)

Published on by Ant McEwan (author)

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All the latest from the BBN TV News Team.