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Savings shortfall worries Sussex families

Concerns around a lack of savings are preventing people in Sussex and the South East from realising their life goals, a recent survey has found.

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UK unemployment at 11-year low, but figures conceal problem at heart of economy, say TUC

UK unemployment at 11-year low, but figures conceal problem at heart of economy, say TUC

The latest set of labour market figures published this week show UK unemployment fell by 37,000 to 1.6 million in the three months to September, hitting an 11-year-low.

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How to survive having a nightmare boss

How to survive having a nightmare boss

Overdemanding, unprofessional, demeaning and unrealistic, if these traits sound strikingly familiar your boss sounds like a daily office nightmare.

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Brexit vote brings slower house price growth and sales rates

Brexit vote brings slower house price growth and sales rates

Two years of very low house price growth and sales are being predicted as a result of economic uncertainty in the wake of the Brexit vote.

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The nation has spoken - the correct colour for cheese and onion crisp packets is green

The nation has spoken - the correct colour for cheese and onion crisp packets is green

A recent survey has settled the argument over the correct colour for a bag of cheese and onion crisps - sorry Walkers.

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Stress at record high for UK workers

Stress at record high for UK workers

Workplace stress has reached record levels, according to a TUC report for World Mental Health Day.

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WSI offers seven steps to certain SEO success

Is SEO dead?

With all the hype and focus on social media, you might be forgiven for believing that search engine optimisation is no longer important.
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VIDEO: Abnormally large lorries cause delays through Sussex

Huge lorries carrying materials for Shepham Wind Farm in Polegate are being given police escort along Sussex roads, causing delays.

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Morrisons launches checkout promise

Morrisons launches checkout promise

Supermarket chain chain Morrisons has today made a “checkout promise” that it will open extra checkouts for customers if there is more than one person ahead of them in a queue.

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Supermarket price war looms as Asda set to copy Morrisons’ price-slashing

Supermarket price war looms as Asda set to copy Morrisons’ price-slashing

Shoppers could soon be getting more for their money as supermarkets gear up for the latest instalment of a raging price war in the sector.

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Revealed: The top UK companies for work-life balance

Revealed: The top UK companies for work-life balance

A recruitment firm has been named the best company in the UK for work-life balance.

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Average home price set to rise by £40,000 in 5 years

Average home price set to rise by £40,000 in 5 years

The price of a home will be about £40,000 higher in five years’ time, even though prices are expected to slow in the wake of the Brexit vote.

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The former Hayling Billy pub on Hayling Island 
Picture: Ian Hargreaves (122002-1)

Anger over retirement homes plan for Hayling pub

PLANS to demolish a pub and replace it with 33 retirement flats have come in for heavy criticism.

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From left, Andy Gibbs, Councillor Andy Lenaghan and Nick Kingston at West Beach car park on Hayling Island.

Calls made to get tougher with motor home parking on Hayling seafront

DEMANDS have been made to bring an end to a ‘parking free-for-all’ on Hayling seafront.

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From the left are forensic science adviser Jonathan Smith, 59, crime writer Elly Griffiths, 52, and PC Simon Mound, 48, a crime investigator with Hampshire police  Picture: Malcolm Wells (160305-9680)

CSI Portsmouth returns for sixth year with cops, authors and experts

WRITERS, forensic experts and police gave plenty of clues about what makes a good crime novel at a Bookfest event.

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Inn on the Beach on Hayling Island seafront  Picture: Paul Jacobs. (092814-4)

Seafront pub in Hayling sold to City Pub Company for £1.5m

A POPULAR seafront pub has been sold for £1.5m.

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Johnston Press confirms intention to buy award-winning national newspaper i

Johnston Press confirms intention to buy award-winning national newspaper i

Johnston Press, which owns this title, has today confirmed its intention to buy award-winning national newspaper i.

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Hastings railway station

County news: Railway station evacuated in handbag false alarm

A railway station in Sussex was evacuated after staff found a suspicious packaged on a train this afternoon (Monday, January 4).

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From left, ferry user Andrew Rothwell, owner of the Hayling Ferry Tim Trayte, and Cllr Michael Wilson on the Pride of Hayling ''Picture: Sarah Standing (151947-4182)

Public meeting called in bid to re-instate the Hayling ferry

A PUBLIC meeting has been organised as efforts to reinstate the Hayling Ferry gather pace.

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