Editor
Wednesday 11 October at 07:00

An Israeli philanthropist has made a six-figure grant to a hospital in northern Israel to fund treatment for Syrian children who have suffered hearing loss as a result of their country’s civil war. Morris Kahn’s pilot grant to Ziv Medical Center in Safed is part of the Genesis Prize Foundation’s global initiative to aid refugee causes and encourage other Jewish foundations and philanthropists to

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Editor
Tuesday 10 October

The latest incidents occurred yesterday evening in Mayfield and Heathfield. These are the 'most violent areas' in East Grinstead according to police Pensioner Philip Bell said he opened the door to a "youngish man" at around 7.40pm. "He indicated he was deaf. I did not have an exchange with him," said Mr Bell, 69. "He pulled a plastic card out of his pocket - which was ID

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