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Kent Online: Self-harm at record level in Rochester Prison
The Argus: Lion and Lobster pub in Brighton to host beach themed street party
Get Surrey:Cystic fibrosis University of Surrey student studying to find a cure for her condition
Hastings Observer: Historic buses roll into Hastings
Mid Sussex Times:Warning over toxic caterpillars across Sussex which can cause a painful rash
Chichester Observer:Chichester community spaces given a £19,000 funding boost
Worthing Herald:Shoreham Airshow Memorial: Pictures show the story so far as the 11 arches are erected
West Sussex County Times:Thieves steal village brownie pack’s scarecrow
Brighton & Hove Independent:Fundraisers abseil for Blind Veterans UK
Eastbourne Herald: Road closed for more than five hours after serious accident on A27 Pevensey Bypass
Brighton and Hove News:Planning inspector overrules council on seven shared houses in Brighton
The South East will go to the polls on 23 May to elect 10 MEPs.
BBC Live reporter
Police are warning people not to approach a convicted murderer, who has gone missing.
Joseph Bagley, who is 66, was jailed for killing a taxi driver in 1978.
He had been living in Maidstone after his release on licence for life, and was last seen in the town on Sunday morning.
He failed to return for his curfew.
He has links to Kent, Surrey, Buckinghamshire and Scotland, and detectives say anyone who sees him should call 999.
I believe that he could lash out if he feels threatened, or that he is going to be returned to prison, so I am asking the public not to approach him."
Kent Online: Russell Brand backs Gravesend artist Claude Barry
The Argus: Anger as rough sleepers pitch tents outside Brighton Town Hall
Get Surrey:Huge 54 metre long gantry installed across M23 ahead of 38-hour Gatwick Airport road closure
Hastings Observer: Restoration of former Observer building given boost as fundraiser extended
Mid Sussex Times: Haywards Heath farmer saves fox cubs after car hits pregnant mother
Chichester Observer: Chichester man dies from pneumonia after fall at hospital
Worthing Herald: St Paul's closure rumours addressed by trustee
West Sussex County Times: Windows smashed in Horsham vandalism spree
Brighton & Hove Independent: Lancing woman jailed for violent homophobic assault after Brighton Pride
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne PC faces misconduct charges after person injured in 'drunk' argument
Brighton and Hove News: Ten seafront lanterns removed after corrosion found
Kent Online: Kent's best beaches revealed
The Argus: Brighton man calls for Jeremy Kyle to be sacked after being on ITV show
Get Surrey:Over 3,300 Surrey families have lost money needed to live on due to benefits cap
Hastings Observer: Hastings man sent to prison for handling stolen computer
Mid Sussex Times: New changes to £65 million Burgess Hill redevelopment to go on show
Chichester Observer:Three jailed for Bognor Regis drugs supply after 2kg of cocaine seized
Worthing Herald:Ex-Worthing auction house could be turned into boxing academy
West Sussex County Times:Record numbers pound streets of Crawley and surrounding area for Run Gatwick event
Brighton & Hove Independent:Later licence for West Street nightclub Popworld turned down
Eastbourne Herald: Eastbourne man fined for driving without due care and attention
Brighton and Hove News:Brighton man faces trial charged with two counts of rape
Nearly 11,000 people have signed a petition calling on Surrey County Council to scrap plans to change night cover at fire stations.
Proposals include spending more time on prevention and educating residents and businesses about the risks of fire and to make changes to fire stations at Banstead, Camberley, Egham, Fordbridge, Guildford, Haslemere, Painshill, Walton and Woking with night cover being provided by neighbouring stations.
The service is also looking to “recover costs” from non-emergency call-outs such as freeing trapped animals and persistent false automatic fire alarms.
The consultation closes on Sunday 26 May.
But campaigners are concerned the changes to night cover will affect residents and firefighters responding to fires at night.
Kent Online: HGV trainer still going strong aged 82
The Argus: Daredevil risks his life as he scales high-rise crane for 'selfie'
Get Surrey: Record numbers of people being admitted to Surrey hospitals due to being obese
Hastings Observer: Hastings man guilty of dangerous driving
Mid Sussex Times: Gatwick Gary: Man abandoned as a baby at airport finally traces birth parents
Chichester Observer: Sussex father's shock after catching a 2ft-long rat in his back garden
Worthing Herald: Southwick allotment holder in land dispute with ‘totally irresponsible’ council
West Sussex County Times: Warning over toxic caterpillars in Horsham area
Brighton & Hove Independent: New Labour leader elected in Brighton and Hove
Eastbourne Herald: Serious decline in performance’ at Lewes Prison despite special measures
Brighton and Hove News: CCTV released in bid to catch motorbike thieves
French construction and transport concession group Vinci has completed its previously announced £2.9bn takeover of a majority stake in Gatwick airport.
The transaction was first announced last December, as Vinci took advantage of the Brexit-related UK stockmarket drop to buy a 50.01% stake in Gatwick.
"London Gatwick's integration into the Vinci Airports network is an excellent outcome for both organisations. Our synergies will lead to further tangible benefits for employees, passengers and airlines," said Vinci Airports President Nicolas Notebaert.
The deal makes Gatwick the largest airport in Vinci's network - a total of 46 airports in 12 countries - with a combined traffic of about 228 million passengers a year.
Local Democracy Reporter
An increasing rate of absence and exclusions of special needs pupils in mainstream schools is still a weakness for Surrey County Council, inspectors have found.
Ofsted and Care Quality Commission (CQC) revisited Surrey’s SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) service after a 2016 inspection identified serious weaknesses.
They said “serious issues” affecting the attendance of SEND pupils remained “unresolved”.
The council said it would work more closely with parents, teachers and experts to uncover the causes of absence and to understand the impact on the child and their family.
In its report to the council, inspectors stressed actions taken since the 2016 inspection “have not had enough impact”.
Campaigners welcomed the report, saying the “lack of a coordinated plan to meet the needs of these ‘hidden children’ has been felt keenly” by families.
No more inspection visits will be carried out unless directed by the Secretary of State.
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The Argus: The Old Market and Brighton Women's Centre team up
GetSurrey: Staines school to scan pupils for knives following rise in knife crime
Hastings Observer: Wet and windy start to day in Hastings and Rother
Mid Sussex Times:Burgess Hill town centre redevelopment: Residents invited to open day
Chichester Observer: Goodwood pilots to fly silver spitfire around the world
Worthing Herald: Adur Repair Cafe set for launch in Shoreham
West Sussex County Times: Broadbridge Heath bypass closes as downgrade begins
Brighton & Hove Independent: Trainlines between Worthing and Littlehampton blocked after person hit by a train - Chichester lines also affected
Eastbourne Herald: New drug cabinet provided to DGH by Eastbourne charity
Brighton and Hove News: Vine Street restaurant given alcohol licence despite neighbour concerns
The Residents' Association has held control of Epsom & Ewell Council after winning 32 of the 38 seats available, six more than it won the last time these seats were up for election in 2015.
The Labour Party won three seats, the same as it won last time. The Liberal Democrats won two seats, two more than last time. The Conservative Party won one seat, three fewer than last time.
This story has been generated using BBC election data and some automation.
BBC Live reporter
Overnight we have seen the Tories lose overall control in Tandridge, Surrey.
These are the estimated results times for each county in the South East:
- Maidstone 12:45
- Dover District 13:00
- Ashford 14:00
- Thanet 14:00
- Sevenoaks 15:30
- Swale 15:30
- Tonbridge & Malling 16:00 -18:00
- Canterbury City 17:00
- Tunbridge Wells 17:00
- Gravesham Borough 18:00
- Eastbourne 16:00
- Rother 16:00
- Brighton & Hove 17:00
- Lewes 17:00
- Wealden 17:00
- Worthing 11:00
- Chichester 12:00
- Crawley 16:00
- Horsham 16:00
- Arun 16:00
- Mid Sussex 19:00
- Mole Valley 15:00
- Woking 15:00
- Spelthorne 15:00
- Reigate and Banstead 16:30
- Waverley 18:00
- Runnymede 18:00
- Elmbridge - Unsure
Three children were among 13 Iranian migrants detained by immigration officials at a service station on the M25.
A group of people were filmed climbing out the back of a lorry in Clacketts Lane.
Police and Immigration Enforcement officers were called to the scene.
The Home Office said: "Thirteen Iranian nationals were taken into custody. They will be interviewed by immigration officers and their cases will be dealt with according to the immigration rules."
Local Democracy Reporter
A management oversight meant hundreds of on-call firefighters missed out on an opportunity to sign up to a modified pension scheme.
The “historic failings” discovered by internal auditors for Surrey County Council (SCC) are being investigated.
The “complete breakdown of effective governance” and “management oversight” has also lead to the Pensions Regulator having to review the breach of process and whether the county council is responsible for meeting any liabilities arising from the failure.
A report into how officers from SCC and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) failed to carry out an options exercise as part of a modification of the Fire Pension Scheme concluded the actions are a “significant concern”.
SCC says it is now “working hard to put things right” and it will act on the report to “make sure nothing like this happens again”.
The failings date back to 2014 and 2015 when there were about 200 retained firefighters (RFF) in Surrey.
Historically, RFFs were precluded from a pension scheme drawn up in 1992 for whole-time firefighters, but have been entitled to join the Fire Pension Scheme (FPS) since 2006.
Many of the officers involved are no longer employees of SFRS or the county council.
The report will be presented to the Surrey Local Firefighters’ Pension Board meeting on Wednesday.
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Kent Online: Police have launched a probe after five takeaways and a taxi were sent to a woman's house.
Chichester Observer: Man arrested after being found with knife in Bognor Regis High Street
Eastbourne Herald: Adorable lambs help students with exam stress at East Sussex College
Worthing Herald: Search for two men kidnapped and forced into van by group of men in Worthing
Mid Sussex Times: Sussex letter writer's tirade against men wearing shorts goes viral
Brighton and Hove News: Crystal meth gang supplied Brighton chemsex parties, court hears
Brighton and Hove Independent: The Big Lemon rolls out on-demand bus in Hangleton
The Argus: Woman bares bum in park as bad behaviour plagues Worthing
Get Surrey: Meet the UK's youngest ever solo pilot - a schoolboy from Camberley
Crawley Observer: Woman flown to hospital after falling from balcony at Gatwick Airport
Hastings Observer: Sussex town is the smallest in England to still have a Mayor and Corporation
Kent Online: Former Tally Ho pub in Canterbury must be converted back from house to bar
Chichester Observer: Hundreds gather for open air baptisms on Easter Sunday in Chichester
Eastbourne Herald: Police and council respond to petition to dig up garden in search of body of missing Polegate teen
Worthing Herald: Dogs Trust Shoreham dog of the week Benny acts like a giant puppy
Mid Sussex Times: ‘Wonderful news’ as Mid Sussex charity awarded £5,000
Brighton and Hove News: Police ask public to help find Brighton man missing since before Easter
Brighton and Hove Independent: Fraud investigation as Brighton women lose thousands after being promised jobs abroad
The Argus: City clean boss hits back as union holds ballot on strike action
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Crawley Observer: Gatwick based trust offers bursaries for children with paralysis
Hastings Observer: Morris dance set to celebrate St George’s Day.
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Chichester Observer:Train disruption between Gatwick and Three Bridges
Eastbourne Herald: Two cars on fire in early hours
Worthing Herald: Police warn of 'disturbing hugging scam'
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Brighton & Hove News: Councillor speaks of 'highs and lows' in office
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A CCTV image of a man wanted in connection with a robbery that left two women “traumatised”, has been released by Surrey Police.
The women were threatened with a knife at a residential address in Bradfield Close, Woking, last week.
A mobile phone, tablet device, a handbag and its contents were among the items taken in the robbery, which happened at about 15:00 BST on Wednesday 10 April.
It is believed the suspects left in a taxi that was waiting for them in Guildford Road.
Police are now appealing for help to trace the man, who is described as Asian, aged in his late teens to early 20s, approximately 6ft tall, of athletic build, and appears to have a dark moustache. He was wearing a navy blue fleece zipped top and dark trousers.
Det Con Richard Pegden, who is investigating the incident, said: “If you recognise the man from the CCTV images, please come forward. The victims of this robbery have been traumatised by what happened to them that afternoon. They have been unable to sleep or eat since it happened.
Two men have been charged with robbery following the incident.
BBC Live reporter
Unemployment in the South East is at 3.3% according to the latest official figures.
Across the UK the proportion of people aged 16 and over not in work is at 3.9%, lower than at any time since the end of 1975.
You can read more about the national picture here.
BBC Home Affairs Correspondent
A "tornado" team of riot-trained prison staff was placed on stand-by at Brook House immigration removal centre on Monday.
It followed a disturbance involving around 20 detainees who apparently refused to follow staff instructions at the G4S-run facility, near Gatwick Airport.
Brook House holds up to 508 adult male asylum seekers, illegal immigrants and foreign national offenders.
Two detainees climbed on to netting during the disorder which started in mid-afternoon.
Earlier in the day, a detainee was treated by healthcare staff after trying to kill himself. A second detainee was examined after concealing a razor blade in his mouth.
The trouble was resolved without the tornado team being deployed at the centre, which is to be the subject of an independent inquiry following allegations from 2017 that detainees were mistreated by staff.
A G4S spokesperson said: “Our team responded to a contained indiscipline at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre yesterday involving a small number of detainees which has now been resolved.”
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Kent Online: Anger as parking permit fees double in Canterbury within two years
Chichester Observer: Outrage over decision to demolish 'charming' historic Selsey home
Eastbourne Herald: Bid to transform Eastbourne’s oldest building into ‘high end’ B&B
Worthing Herald: Police operation at Worthing level crossing snares 10 people
Mid Sussex Times: Bomb squad called to Mid Sussex
Brighton and Hove News: Moulsecoomb playground reopens after parents raise funds for £70k revamp
Brighton and Hove Independent: Janet Muller killing to feature in real crime TV series
The Argus: Dealer used 15-year-old boy to sell class A drugs
Get Surrey: Huge house fire at Hamhaugh Island in Shepperton
Crawley Observer: Bikes stolen after hole cut in hedge to access garden
A body has been found following a house fire in Surrey.
Emergency crews were called to Holywell Way, in Stanwell, just before midday on Sunday where they found the property to be well alight.
Surrey Police said the fire caused substantial damage to the house, along with some damage to the neighbouring properties, which made searching the upstairs of the property difficult.
When Surrey Fire and Rescue officers were able to access the upper floor of the house a body was found. The next of kin have been informed.
The cause of the fire is unexplained.
A Surrey resident, who feared a plane had crashed into his home, phones police after an earthquake.