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  1. Our live coverage has ended
  2. Live updates on Wednesday 12 July 2017.

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  1. That's it from us...

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    We're off for the evening, but we'll be back with all your latest news, sport, weather and travel tomorrow morning from 06:00 BST.

    In the mean time if you think you have a story that we should be covering, you can get in touch on Twitter, on Facebook or by sending us an email.

  2. Women get equal pay for equal play

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Lewes Football Club believe they've become the first to pay female players the same amount as men.

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    Video caption: Football club pays women the same as men
  3. 'Someone asked me what he wanted to have for tea'

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Meet Eddie - the 15-year-old boy who took over Southern's Twitter feed for a morning.

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    Video caption: 15-year-old work experience boy takes over Southern Rail Twitter feed for a morning
  4. Work experience teen takes over Southern Rail's Twitter

    Southern Rail worker

    A 15-year-old work experience student from south London was left in charge of Southern Rail's Twitter account on Tuesday.

    And for a feed usually dominated by the complaints of angry commuters, things soon turned pretty surreal.

    The teenager introduced himself on the social network at just after 14:30.

  5. Police descend on 'man with sword'

    Lizzie Massey

    BBC Live reporter

    Sussex Police were called to Durrington, Worthing, after a man was found in a garden with a sword.

    Officers are currently trying to negotiate with the man, and the incident is ongoing.

    The house nextdoor was evacuated as a precaution and a cordon has been put in place to contain the area.

  6. MPs discuss online abuse and intimidation

    Three Kent and Sussex MPs were subjected to abuse during the election campaign.

    They've now spoken out about their experiences.

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    Video caption: MPs discuss online abuse and intimidation
  7. ICYMI - 'Tennis saved my life'

    #GetInspired

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    Video caption: 'Tennis saved my life'

    In case you missed it in yesterday's coverage, this is a great story about how tennis can transform lives.

    Four years ago Tony Costa from Llandudno in North Wales weighed 26-and-a-half stone, having struggled to deal with the death of his five-month-old son.

    He lost some weight through a diet club but had "plateaued" and was "losing interest" and needed something to keep him going.

    "Tennis came at the right time," Tony says. This year Tony's son would've been 20 years old and he and his wife Caroline held a memorial tennis match at a local club.

    "We shone some light on some darkness - and we have tennis to thank for that."

    If you want to follow Tony's lead and get into tennis, read our Get Inspired guide.

  8. Tobacco bandits escape with goods worth thousands

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    This CCTV footage shows the moment thieves stole £5,000 worth of cigarettes from a supermarket in Selsey.

    The two burglars are seen tearing off a metal screen to get at the tobacco.

    The robbery happened at 03:40 BST on 30 June, at the Co-Op in the High street.

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    Video caption: CCTV of cigarettes being stolen from Selsey Co-op
  9. #ICYMI: Footballer wants mixed gender teams

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Charlotte, 16, is looking forward to the day of mixed gender teams. #thisisme

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    Video caption: thisisme footie
  10. #ICYMI: 'They've basically saved our daughter's life'

    How a community in Crawley rallied round to send a little girl to America for life-saving surgery.

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    Video caption: How a community rallied round to save a girl's life.
  11. Women get equal pay for equal play

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Lewes Football Club believe they've become the first to pay female players the same amount as men.

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    Video caption: Football club pays women the same as men
  12. Sunshine after the rain

    Lucy Martin

    BBC Weather

    After last night's heavy rain, the summer weather's making its way back.

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: the weather with Lucy Martin
  13. Today's Sussex newspaper headlines

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    The Argus: Disabled pensioner’s fury at £50 'illegal' parking fine at A&E

    Eastbourne Herald: The cost of Eastbourne council’s controversial bid to sell off the Downland farms has been revealed

    Chichester Observer: Fusebox warning after fire damages kitchen

    Brighton and Hove News: No charges over Saltdean Lido vandalism but witness appeal renewed

    Hastings Observer: Meet feline friends at Open Day event

    Mid Sussex Times: Haywards Heath man ordained as a deacon

  14. This morning's Sussex newspaper headlines

    Newspapers

    The Argus: The town police forgot: Residents says they're too scared to go out at night

    Eastbourne Herald: LGBT campaigner delighted to open Eastbourne Pride

    Chichester Observer: Headteacher to speak at school funding protest in Parliament Square

    Brighton and Hove Independent: Tough muddy challenge helps children’s hospice

    Hastings Observer: Fantastic Fish Festival sizzles in the heat

    Mid Sussex Times: ‘Give him a chance’ say parents of little boy with similar condition to baby Charlie Gard