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Last updated: Wednesday 1 May 2002, 11:43
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Long Man gets longer
The Long Man of Wilmington has become, ahem, the Longer Man.
Anger at jubilee beacon ban
A man today dubbed council planners "pathetic" after they refused to let him put a permanent beacon on the Downs to mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
Family's death crash nightmare
Margaret Charlotte didn't have to go with her granddaughter to a hospital appointment. Her act of kindness cost her her life.
Pom 'gutted' at quitting Pole trek
A Sussex woman forced to quit an all-female Polar expedition because of frostbitten toes says she's "gutted".
Hospital trust is the tops
A hospital trust once described as failing has been named one of the top performers in the UK.
Web feat puts swans online
Forget Big Brother - reality-show addicts can get a fix watching eggs hatch on a swan-cam.
Meeting over roof mast plan
Mobile phone company Orange has invited residents from a block of flats to discuss a proposal to put a mast on their roof.
Rape case reconstructed on TV
Tax collector turned actress Gemma Rigg is to play the harrowing role of the rape victim
A nine-year-old was rewarded for her honesty after handing in the wallet of a cash-strapped student who thought he had lost £345.
Solar system rejected
David Tufnell wanted to do his bit for the environment and use sunlight to produce hot water for his home.
Pooling huge support
A disabled teenager has been pledged thousands of pounds from supporters backing her ambition to swim for Britain at the 2004 Paralympics.
Wide support for women's refuge
Football players and celebrities are supporting a women's refuge.
Festival boss is 'scared to death'
With only three days to go until Brighton Festival 2002, Nick Dodds is feeling a little nervous.
Seagulls' history is on the cards
A unique glimpse into Brighton and Hove Albion's past has emerged.
City gets glowing report
A local government watchdog was critical of Brighton and Hove City Council when it undertook an inspection in March last year.
Racing to a course milestone
Plans to celebrate the 200th anniversary of a racecourse have been unveiled.
Blind woman's Arctic triumph
A blind woman has returned to Sussex after helping drive a team of husky sled dogs north of the Arctic Circle.
Healthy start for workers' web site
A health workers' version of the successful Friends Reunited web site has become a hit.
Online job advice
One in seven job applications goes straight in the bin because of the paper it is written on, according to a survey by internet job search service fish4jobs.
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