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  1. That's all folks

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    We're off now after another busy day of news in the South East.

    Thanks for joining us.

    We're back at 06:00 BST with all the latest news, travel, sport and weather.

  2. Family fundraising for girl with rare condition

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    Meet the girl who dislocates her joints 40 times a day.

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    Video caption: Family fundraising for girl with rare condition
  3. Sussex clinic helps people who hear voices

    People who hear voices in their heads are getting help at a special clinic run by mental health experts in Sussex.

    The sessions are designed to help people understand their voice-hearing experiences which may have been triggered by trauma or distress.

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    Video caption: Sussex clinic helps people who hear voices
  4. Sunshine on a rainy day

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter, BBC South East

    There's a mixed forecast ahead with some sunshine and a bit of rain.

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    Video caption: Weather 1830
  5. Concerns over school sex abuse 'ignored'

    Amanda Akass

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    Concerns about an alleged sex offender who families believe abused boys at a Sussex school went ignored by the authorities, parents have claimed.

    Darren Turk, ex-head of care at Frewen College, killed himself a day before he was convicted. The verdicts were later overturned but appeal judges found nothing to suggest they were unsafe.

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    Video caption: Concerns over alleged child abuser Darren Turk 'ignored'
  6. Bumper harvest for watermelons

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Britain's largest ever batch of watermelons has been produced at a farm in Kent.

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    Video caption: Britain's largest ever batch of watermelons has been produced at a farm in Kent
  7. Blowin' in the wind

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    The last of the 116 turbines making up the Rampion Wind Farm in the channel off Brighton has now been installed.

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    Video caption: Wind Farm completed in English Channel
  8. Unearthing Thanet's lost treasures

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    Margate's mysterious caves are set to re-open after a 13-year closure.

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    Video caption: Margate's caves could reopen after a 13-year gap
  9. Fourth person arrested over Horsham stab death

    Hamish Mureddu-Reid

    BBC News Online, South East

    A fourth person has been arrested over the death of 37-year-old Anthony Williams who was stabbed in Horsham on Tuesday afternoon.

    Two men aged 18 and 22 and a woman aged 22 were arrested 40 minutes later at Littlehaven railway station.

    The men, from London, were detained on suspicion of murder and the woman was held on suspicion of assisting an offender.

    A 30-year-old man was arrested later on Tuesday on suspicion of murder.

    Horsham
  10. Sussex doctors first in region to fit new pacemaker

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    Surgeons at the Eastbourne District General Hospital are believed to be the first in the South East to fit a new type of heart pacemaker.

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    Video caption: Surgeons at an Eastbourne Hospital thought to be first in region to fit new pacemaker
  11. Primrose flower takes the stage in Brighton performance

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    What music would a flower make as it bursts into bloom? That's the question a group of experimental sound artists are trying to answer in a former church in Brighton.

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    Video caption: Group of experts give primrose flower starring role in Brighton event