Mon, 21st Apr 2014

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News

Ferry crossing closure could cost 500 jobs

7:00am Monday 21st April 2014

The Argus: Ferry crossing closure could cost 500 jobs

A Channel ferry crossing has been plunged into fresh uncertainty after French authorities said it could stop subsidising the link.

Woman repeatedly punched in face in assault while walking home

1:05pm Monday 21st April 2014

The Argus: Cyclist critically ill after Bognor accident

A woman was repeatedly punched in the face by another woman while walking home in St Leonards.

Man with dog attacked and robbed by gang

1:02pm Monday 21st April 2014

The Argus: Motorcyclist dies at the scene after collision

A man with his dog was attacked and robbed by a gang of men in Hastings.

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Sport

Albion boss Oscar plays it cool in race for the play-offs

5:00am Monday 21st April 2014

The Argus: Oscar Garcia

ALBION boss Oscar Garcia is playing it cool in the race for the play-offs.

Albion get firepower boost as promotion race hots up

5:00am Monday 21st April 2014

The Argus: Craig Mackail-Smith

ALBION are poised for a firepower boost in their pursuit of promotion and a place in the Premier League.

Gregory promises Crawley will keep pushing until the end

9:00am Monday 21st April 2014

The Argus: John Gregory

JOHN GREGORY insists his Crawley players will not take their foot off the pedal for anyone.

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Business

Crunch celebrates 5th birthday and 5,000th customer

10:53am Tuesday 15th April 2014

The Argus: Darren Fell, managing director of Crunch Accounting

A leading accountancy firm is celebrating its 5,000th customer – and its fifth birthday.

‘Shocking’ firm expanding with new test lab and recruitment drive

10:48am Tuesday 15th April 2014

The Argus: The new lab at D30

An award-winning company which creates shockabsorbing sports and military equipment has expanded with a new test lab and recruitment drive.

Employment charity to support young entrepreneurs

10:45am Tuesday 15th April 2014

The Argus: Nik Downs and Alex Shaw from Elevation Networks

An employmeny charity has opened its doors to aspiring entrepreneurs by offering the chance to access government start-up loans and free mentoring.

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