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Former Watford youngster one of two defenders to join Worthing

Worthing Football Club completed deals for two new defensive arrivals earlier today.

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COUNTY NEWS: Photo competition to celebrate Sussex coast

National maritime charity, the Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society, is once again calling on photographers to submit images celebrating the country’s maritime heritage, for its annual competition searching for the UK’s ultimate sea view.

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex man cheated victims out of almost £100K

An heir hunter from Sussex who cheated 19 victims out of £99,000 faces jail.

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Brian Cox as Churchill

Film review: Churchill (3 out of 5)

There have been several dramas attempting to get under the skin of the man who became the figurehead for Britain’s survival during World War II.

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Worthing paramedics Tammy Page, left, and Carley Gould

Paramedics have a mountain to climb

Two Worthing-based paramedics are preparing to climb Kilimanjaro next month.

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COUNTY NEWS: Sussex charity receives financial boost

SERV Sussex, a UK registered charity which works with hospitals in the county, has received much-needed support from Anglian Home Improvements in the form of a £500 donation.

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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, June 24

The main roads across the county are reporting no major incidents so far for motorists but there is disruption on some train services for thos planning to head up to London.

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The Childrens Parade in Steyne Gardens last Saturday

ROTARY ROUND-UP: Great to see children get involved

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

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VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Stop thinking about volunteering and do it

With hundreds of roles available, suiting a whole range of interests and time commitments, there’s no reason not to start your volunteering journey today.

Opinion
Ian Hart

IAN HART: Default setting: if in doubt, blame Theresa May?

Like many others of my generation, I’m struggling to recall a period in our lives with a more sustained amount of pain, hurt and suffering in a relatively small space of time.

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Take a trip on the Seine

Jeannine Williamson savours the delights of the Seine.

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Police: 27 people killed in Sussex road collisions this year

Police: 27 people killed in Sussex road collisions this year

Motorists are being urged to take extra care after 27 people have died in Sussex collisions so far this year.

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Councillors and residents at Lancing Village Market

New efforts to give Lancing’s ‘wonderful’ market a boost

Councillors are working together to come up with new strategies to help give Lancing’s monthly village market a boost.

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Post Office representatives at the Lancing consultation

Dozens turn out to discuss Lancing Post Office proposals

Dozens of residents took the opportunity to meet Post Office representatives face to face on Monday to discuss the proposed changes to the Lancing branch.

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Mason Crane is congratulated on his spell by Jos Buttler / Picture by Neil Marshall

Cricket: Morgan and de Villiers lead praise after Crane’s debut

Eoin Morgan and AB de Villiers led the praise for Worthing’s favourite cricketing son Mason Crane after the young spinner made a fine England debut.

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VIDEO: Blue plaque honours ‘founding father’ of Worthing

A blue plaque has been unveiled on the house built by the father of healthcare in Worthing.

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Sussex Police defends £750 spend on Pride cars

Sussex Police has defended its decision to spend hundreds of pounds on livery for two of its cars for Gay Pride events.

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Emma Clifford (Tanya), Helen Hobson (Donna Sheridan) and Gillian Hardie (Rosie) in Mamma Mia!. Photo: Brinkhoff/Moegenburg

Win tickets to see Mamma Mia! in Brighton

Here is your chance to win a family ticket for four people to see MammaMia! when it comes to the Brighton Centre this summer.

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Ben Brown / Picture by Phil Westlake

Brown is honoured to take Sussex CCC reins

Sixteen years after he first played for Sussex, Ben Brown says it is a “massive honour” to be named as their new captain.

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Westdene House welcomed the friendship and support given by the community in Worthing

Friendship abounds on Care Home Open Day

The true meaning of friendship was experienced at Westdene House on Care Home Open Day.

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