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  2. Emaciated dog on road to recovery

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Snoopy the lurcher, who was found abandoned and starving on a busy roadside, is making a full recovery, thanks to the people who rescued her.

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    Video caption: Emaciated dog found on roadside is recovering well
  3. People caught on cliff edge

    People are still going to the edge of cliffs along the Sussex coast - despite last week's rock falls at Seaford Head.

    David George Burr took these pictures at Birling Gap.

    People on cliffs at Birling Gap
    People pictured at Birling Gap
    People pictured at Birling Gap
  4. Longboarding women - it's not about boys

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    Video caption: Do extreme sports boost self esteem?

    It can be hard to get into longboarding when you are the only girl at the skate park.

  5. More details about Crawley Down fire

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    It took over 100 firefighters most of the night to bring this blaze near Crawley under control.

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    Video caption: Crawley Down fire
  6. Have you got raspberry ripple flavour?

    Here's how a zoo keeps its animals cool in the really hot weather.

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    Video caption: Lemurs and pigs keep cool and safe in the heat at Drusillas Park
  7. Rocking all over the South East

    The scene of a famous Eurovision victory in Sussex, a shopping centre in Maidstone and Woking town centre - the region's musical legends and iconic venues were honoured on BBC Music Day.

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    Video caption: blue plaques to music legends unveiled in Woking, Maidstone and Brighton
  8. Did you see this bookmaker robber?

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Police are hunting a man who held up a bookmakers in Brighton at knifepoint.

    The robber, who wore a mask made out of a pair of tights, escaped with cash after threatening staff at the Betfred shop in Hollingbury Place at around 21:20 BST on 20 June.

    armed robber holds up bookmakers

    He escaped towards Dudley Road.

    He's described as short, skinny, with dark hair and in his early twenties.

    knifeman holds up bookmakers
    Quote Message: During the attack, the offender threatened a female member of staff who was merely going about her work. This was clearly very frightening for staff at the shop.' from Detective Constable Tom Coll Sussex Police
    Detective Constable Tom CollSussex Police
  9. 'It goes like an oven'

    In extremely hot weather it only takes minutes for a car to become a death trap for your dog.

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    Video caption: dog owners are warned how quickly a hot car can become a death trap
  10. ICYMI: Car restoration woman suffers sexism and ageism

    Twenty-year-old Kelly Culver, who runs a business restoring classic American cars, says she has encountered sexism and ageism from people who think she does not know what she is talking about.

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    Video caption: thisisme cars
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    Video caption: Do extreme sports boost self esteem?

    It can be hard to get into longboarding when you're the only girl at the skate park.

  12. 'We're hoping the beach is more protected'

    Piers Hopkirk

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    As the inquest into last summer's deaths on Camber Sands begins, the brother of one of the victims says they hope lessons can be learned from the tragedy.

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    Video caption: brother of Camber Sands victim speaks
  13. Former Archbishop Lord Carey resigns over abuse review

    Lord Carey

    The former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey has resigned from his last remaining formal role in the church.

    Lord Carey was criticised in an independent review of the church's handling of abuse carried out by Bishop Peter Ball.

    Ball was jailed in 2015 for historic offences against young men.

    Lord Carey had been given a role as an honorary assistant bishop in the diocese of Oxford, a position accorded to many retired bishops.

    Peter Ball
    Image caption: Ball was jailed for sex offences against teenagers and young men between the 1970s and 1990s
    Quote Message: Lord Carey has accepted the criticisms made of him in the Gibb review and has apologised to the victims of Peter Ball.
    Quote Message: Along with many others, I have been deeply distressed to read Dame Moira Gibb's report with its narrative of the abuse perpetrated by Peter Ball which remained hidden for so long.
    Quote Message: I hope that the focus of attention will continue to be on the survivors of abuse and offering to them the care and support they need." from Rt Rev Steven Croft Bishop of Oxford
    Rt Rev Steven CroftBishop of Oxford