Newhaven


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Newhaven

a ferry port and resort on the S coast of England, in East Sussex. Pop.: 12 276 (2001)
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The Arbor series of expansion boards adds support for screens from Newhaven Display to the Overo line.
Newhaven Coastguard sent a cliff technician down a ladder from the promenade to the beach to join firefighters and paramedics.
The local community has been mourning the loss this week of 14-year-old Dylan Alkins, who was swept out to sea while playing in the surf at Newhaven on Sunday afternoon.
Try telling that to the family of Maddy Pratt-Hooson, 66, who went to her GP twice a week for six months in Newhaven, East Sussex, and was repeatedly told not to worry about the pains in her stomach.
THE brand-new Glock pistols unearthed by the Operation Newhaven team took detectives on a path to north America and an international gun runner.
The cigarettes were recovered from a 40ft lorry that had reached Newhaven ferry port in East Sussex from Dieppe.
He is responsible for deal origination at Newhaven,
EDINBURGH, Scotland, November 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Global flight search site Skyscanner has appointed Edinburgh-based agencies Newhaven and Feather Brooksbank to handle the company's first ever TV advertising campaign.
Amara is run by Newhaven Investments House, a deal between Newhaven Merchant Bankers and Investments House.
About a third of the 1,500 metric tonne load - lost from the Russian-registered Sinegorsk about 14 miles off the coast of Newhaven, East Sussex on January 19 - was recovered from beaches in Kent.
Bellevue, a member of buying group Landmark Wholesale, has contacted the six independents closest to the new store in Newhaven, near Edinburgh, so its customers can save money on products ranging from Sunblest bread through to Russian Standard vodka.