Rumour mill: Barcelona interested in Chelsea winger? Messi to Manchester City?

Ronaldo to leave Real Madrid?


Southwick man detained in Turkey over coins find

A Southwick man has been detained in Turkey on suspicion of attempting to fly out of the country with coins he found while snorkelling.

Wrestling is set to return to Worthing in October at St Paul's

Traditional seaside wrestling will continue at new venue after beating the ten-count

Grapple-fans rejoice – fears that wrestling’s 60-year association with Worthing was at an end are no more.

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East Grinstead Cricket Club's winning ECB National Club Cup quarter-final team

CRICKET: Sussex side aiming to claim place in national cup final

After their convincing victory over Bath in the last round of the Royal London Cup competition, East Grinstead are excited to be hosting a home semi-final tie against Wanstead and Sparkbrook on Sunday, August 27 at 12pm.

Albion's DVD 'We're On Our Way' looks back on their promotion-winning season.

Win a copy of Albion’s ‘We’re On Our Way’ DVD

Albion’s DVD of their promotion-winning season is now out to buy and we have three blu-ray copies to be won.

Brighton and Hove Albion
Historic flooding at New Monks Farm. Picture supplied by Bill Freeman SUS-160322-100308001

Flooding fears for ‘fragile’ Lancing as IKEA plans floated

Development of New Monks Farm for 600 homes and an IKEA could affect ‘fragile’ Lancing and exacerbate historic flooding issues, residents fear.

Flashback to 2016 when students from Bishop Lufffa celebrated their exam results

Live blog: Exam success in West Sussex

Here we look at how West Sussex has done in this year’s GCSE exam results. Send in your congratulatory messages to and we will endeavour to add them to this live blog.

For more about Volunteer Now! on their website -

VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Help make a difference to someone’s life

If you’ve been thinking about volunteering, why not make the decision today and do-it!

The service at the Canada Memorial on Worthing beach on Sunday

TIM LOUGHTON: Fitting time to renew links with Canada

Earlier this month I went to see Dunkirk, a fantastic film giving a new perspective on those nine days back in 1940 when with the help of 39 British destroyers, a fleet of 800 ‘little ships’ and a huge slug of bravery the British Army turned disaster in to the ‘Dunkirk Miracle’.

Tim Drew

TIM DREW: Consumer protection from unfair trading

As secretary of Worthing Neighbourhood Watch, I once received a message from the representative of a somewhat dubious-looking computer support services firm, asking me to recommend an “outstanding offer” of services to our membership.

Nick Herbert

NICK HERBERT: Have your say on Arundel bypass plans

This week Highways England published three route options for the Arundel bypass for public consultation.

The Smiles Foundations container village

ROTARY ROUND-UP: Inspiring Smiles

This week, Kim Woodley, from the Rotary Club of Worthing, gives an update on the latest and future goings-on.

Ian Hart

IAN HART: There are always two sides to the story

An international food market, packed with diverse stalls and pop up bars, for whatever reason stopped from operating at its traditional base on Hove Lawns, moved to Worthing last week. On the face of it a positive move?

Activities will focus on core skills such as running, jumping, throwing, catching and balance

HEALTH AND CARE: Disney characters join in children’s shake-up

Children across West Sussex are being given a shake-up, with a little help from Disney, over the summer holidays.

Sir Peter Bottomley with Archbishop Oscar Romero, Liberal Lord Chitnis, Labour's Dennis Canavan and Julian Filochowski

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Worse happened to a better person

Over the years I have met many good great people. Some had titles, some were born to high position.

Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: Chaplaincy and the chapel available to all for spiritual support and sanctuary

You may not realise, but St Barnabas House has a chapel and an in-house chaplain who makes up part of our family services team.

Share your GCSE success stories with us

Share your GCSE success stories with us

Today’s the day thousands of teenagers find out how they did in their GCSEs.

Action from Albion's second round tie with Barnet. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Albion drawn against Cherries in Carabao Cup

Brighton will travel to Bournemouth in the third round of the Carabao Cup.
Brighton and Hove Albion
The Key smartcard

Automatic compensation for Southern train delays

Automatic compensation for delays experienced by Southern and Gatwick Express train passengers is being introduced.

The lorry trailed paint over more than a mile of road between Worthing and Lancing

COUNTY NEWS: Lorry drops gallons of paint over mile-long stretch of road

A transport lorry has dropped gallons of white paint on a Sussex Road.

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