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  • Council welcomes review panel’s findings over aircraft noise
    COUNCIL bosses have welcomed a report which could help alleviate the issue of aircraft noise above East Sussex. An independent review panel, commissioned by Gatwick Airport Ltd in response to concerns raised by residents and local authorities, has made 23 recommendations to the aviation industry – 20 of which could be implemented within just 12 […]
  • Full steam ahead for Uckfield High Street scheme
    DETAILS have been announced for the next stage of the highways scheme to improve Uckfield town centre. Highway improvement work will begin in earnest next month as part of the second stage of the Uckfield Town Centre Highway Improvement Scheme, while details of traffic management arrangements for the town during the work have also been […]
  • ‘Working together’ to help young carers
    A COUNCIL has pledged to provide a more ‘joined-up’ approach to support the estimated 17,000 young carers in East Sussex. East Sussex County Council has launched a new ‘working together’ policy aimed at ensuring young carers and their families get the support they need, regardless of how they come into contact with the authority. The […]
  • Chinese law chiefs in East Sussex visit
    SENIOR judicial officials from China dropped in to East Sussex as part of a fact-finding visit to the UK. The delegation of six presidents and vice presidents of courts in Gansu Province, in the north west of the country, attended a meeting of the Sussex Police and Crime Panel at County Hall, in Lewes. The […]
  • Countdown to new ‘first class’ library for Hastings
    DETAILS have been announced of the timetable for a major refurbishment of Hastings Library. East Sussex County Council is embarking upon a complete revamp of the building, in Claremont, which will also see the children’s library move from its current base in nearby Robertson Passage. Both libraries will close to the public on Saturday, February […]
  • Pedestrian improvement scheme to start in Hastings
    RESIDENTS and motorists in Hastings are being advised of temporary traffic measures being put in place as part of a highway improvement scheme in the Old Town. On Monday, February 1 2016, East Sussex County Council begins an eight-week programme of work in High Street, part of a package of measures approved in January 2014 […]
  • Council leaders’ ‘fair deal for East Sussex’ plea to PM
    POLITICAL leaders in East Sussex have united to voice to David Cameron their ‘significant concerns’ over Government funding cuts. In a letter to the Prime Minister sent on behalf of all political group leaders, East Sussex County Council leader Cllr Keith Glazier said the cuts the authority was facing would ‘significantly reduce the quality of […]
  • Roads warning as temperatures set to plummet
    GRITTERS will be out and about on the roads of East Sussex again today (Monday, January 18) as temperatures threaten to plummet to minus six degrees. Commuters are being warned to take extra care, with temperatures starting to plummet at around 5pm, when today’s rush hour begins, and not expected to climb above zero until […]
  • National spotlight for fight against dodgy cigs
    TRADING standards officers battling the trade in illegal tobacco products will receive national coverage when they feature in a BBC television programme. The work of East Sussex Trading Standards will form part of Barely Legal Grafters, which airs on BBC Two tomorrow (Tuesday, January 19 2016) at 9pm. The programme looks at those who make […]
  • Uckfield work begins as contractor is appointed
    WORK will start later this month on the next stage of a highways scheme which will improve Uckfield town centre – as a contractor is appointed to carry out the work. Installation of new street lighting in High Street, starting on Thursday, January 21 2016, will mark the beginning of the second stage of the […]

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  • Car Care Automotive Great Yarmouth had Stolen Car Parts

    James Ward known as Mark James was found guilty last week for handling stolen car parts from his business called Car Care Automotive. Unit 6 Suffolk Rd Great Yarmouth.. Phone number 01493 717767
    A Subaru Impreza was stolen from High Wycombe, an area where Ward lived at the time of the theft. The car was broken up for parts by Ward. He has also set up a new business that deals with Subaru’s. The business is in Great Yarmouth, Car Care Automotive. Unit 6 Suffolk Rd. Phone number 01493 717767.
    Thames Valley Police raided Car Care Automotive on the 24/2/15 and found a few parts left from the stolen Subaru. Ward was bailed until April. On the 20/4/15 Thames Valley Police charged Ward with handling and selling stolen goods. Ward has even put parts from the stolen car onto other cars.
    On the 6/5/15 Ward pleaded guilty to breaking the Subaru, knowing it was stolen and selling it for parts.
    Anyone with a Subaru are advised to be careful dealing with the business known as Car Care Automotive at Great Yarmouth. The Court Order was made against James Mark Ward at High Wycombe Court. The Case number is 431500197216/1 6th May 2015. This article is printed in good faith from verified data and is in the interest of public awareness.The business Care Care Automotive at Yarmouth
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  • BBC News Feed: Haitian leader quits without successor
    President Michel Martelly of Haiti steps down without a successor in place as tension continues over the election of his successor.
  • BBC Sport News Feed: Garth Crooks' team of the week
    Who was the fox that impressed most "chasing chickens"? And who is ready for an England call-up? Find out in team of the week.
  • BBC Sport News Feed: Why Arsenal should not fear defining month
    If Arsenal are going to win the Premier League, they have to pull a big result out of the bag, says MOTD2 pundit and ex- Gunners defender Martin Keown.
  • BBC News Feed: Why Arsenal should not fear defining month
    If Arsenal are going to win the Premier League, they have to pull a big result out of the bag, says MOTD2 pundit and ex- Gunners defender Martin Keown.
  • BBC Sport News Feed: Hibernian merit cup replay - Stubbs
    Hibernian's comeback against Hearts to force a Scottish Cup replay was fully merited, claims manager Alan Stubbs.
  • BBC Sport News Feed: Wales frustrated after bruising encounter
    Frustration abounded after Ireland and Wales fought out a nerve-wracking 16-16 Six Nations draw, writes Richard Williams.
  • BBC News Feed: Wales frustrated after bruising encounter
    Frustration abounded after Ireland and Wales fought out a nerve-wracking 16-16 Six Nations draw, writes Richard Williams.
  • BBC Sport News Feed: Gould wins his maiden ranking title
    Londoner Martin Gould beats Belgium's Luca Brecel 9-5 to claim his first ranking title at the German Masters in Berlin.
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    The Road to Super Bowl 50 with @panthersphotog

    To take a closer look at the Carolina Panthers on and off the field, follow @panthersphotog on Instagram.

    Melissa Melvin-Rodriguez’s (@panthersphotog) first day of work photographing the Carolina Panthers coincided with another big milestone — it was her very first time at an NFL game. “It gave me a huge adrenaline rush,” Melissa, who has lived in North Carolina for over 30 years, says. “I didn’t know what to expect.” Her photography career with the Panthers kicked off as an intern in 2013. Now, she works full time as the team’s photographer. Like the players on the field, Melissa’s work is physically grueling. She carries anywhere from 30 to 40 pounds (14 to 18 kilograms) of equipment while moving up and down the sidelines. “You’re sprinting not only to not miss the action, but also to get the best spot before other people get there,” she explains.

    As the Panthers head into the #superbowl, Melissa can’t help but reflect at the team’s “mind-boggling” season. “There was just this overall sense that almost everyone had that this is a really good group of guys, a really special team,” she says. “There was just this fantastic momentum happening.” And that makes Melissa’s job a lot easier — and even more fun.

  • BBC News Feed: Brooklyn wins best film award
    Brooklyn is named film of the year at the Evening Standard Film Awards, beating frontrunner 45 Years.
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