‘Nursing crisis’ sparks recruitment drive

A ‘nursing crisis’ at an NHS trust running mental health and learning disabilities services in Sussex has sparked a national recruitment campaign.


First dedicated coroner’s court for West Sussex opens

West Sussex’s first dedicated coroner’s court has opened.

Solly March. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

VIDEO: Brighton winger March scores stunning goal for England under-21s

Albion winger Solly March scored a outstanding goal in England under-21s' 4-0 friendly victory at Denmark this evening.

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Amanda with her friend and eldest daughter Meg, marking the anniversary of her accident with a skydive

DIY SOS to transform disabled mum Amanda’s Yapton home

A woman left paralysed by an horrific accident is to have her home transformed on hit TV show DIY SOS.

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Funds to help introduce technology to residents at libraries

Innovative new projects to help residents use technology at West Sussex libraries have received a welcome funding boost.


COUNTY VIDEO: ‘It means the world to us to have Barney home’

After a gutwrenching few days, Barney the golden retriever is back at home.

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Worthing West MP Peter Bottomley, Deputy Lieutenant for West Sussex Tom Wye, Worthing deputy mayor and mayoress  Alex and Fran Harman, members of the Royal Naval Association and Worthing Sea Cadets from TS Vanguard were among those attending the ceremony. Picture: Derek Martin DM17314247a

Centenarian proud to receive France’s highest decoration

Centenarian Ronald Meads has been presented with the Legion D’Honneur in recognition of his service in the Royal Navy during the second world war.

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Euromillions prize of £1million unclaimed in West Sussex

Someone in West Sussex could be a Euromillions millionaire – without even knowing it.

Ken Edwards, 63, was unable to park outside his home for five days because another vehicle was in his space. Picture: Derek Martin

Man’s misery as car parked in disabled bay for five days

A blue badge holder has spoken of his annoyance after another car was parked in his disabled bay for five days.


COUNTY NEWS VIDEO: Dozens celebrate Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday at tea party

Dozens came to celebrate Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday last Friday (March 24) at a tea party.

Star Studded Relaunch of CBeebies Land

VIDEO: Star-studded relaunch of CBeebies Land

Alton Towers Resort has announced that CBeebies Land has reopened for the 2017 season with an extended line up of rides, attractions and live entertainment.

(Back row from left) Danny Pike, John Wright, Phil Mawhinney, Keith Sharp and Laura Flack; (seated from left) Katy Bourne, Lisa Bell and Louise Baxter at a summit organised by the Sussex PCC to tackle elder exploitation

‘Tougher sentences for fraudsters who target elderly’

One national number to report scams and tougher sentences for fraudsters who deliberately target the elderly were both backed by attendees of a Sussex summit on elder exploitation.

Portland House will be getting solar panels this week

Councils make use of clean energy

More than 150 solar panels will be installed on a Worthing council building this week, wth more to follow at the Shoreham Centre in Shoreham later this year.

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Police officer injured by knife thrown in Yapton assault

Sussex police have confirmed an officer was injured by a knife which was thrown as she was responding to reports of an assault incident yesterday.

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The new �1 coin

‘Most secure coin in the world’ introduced tomorrow

A new 12-sided £1 coin enters circulation tomorrow (Tuesday March 28), as it starts to edge out the old “round pound” after more than 30 years.

Louis Clark went close for Worthing on Saturday. Picture by Stephen Goodger

Hubble at the double to send Worthing to defeat

Connor Hubble struck in each half to send Worthing Football Club crashing to an eighth Ryman League Premier Division defeat in nine matches on Saturday.
Parents and pupils were shocked not to have been allocated places at a Shoreham secondary school

Lancing academy welcomes applications from Shoreham pupils

Shoreham pupils who missed out on a secondary school place in their town are being encouraged to consider attending a Lancing academy.

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The paving at Holder's Corner in Montague Place, Worthing. Picture: Derek Martin

POLL: Are you happy with the Montague Place refurbishments?

The brickwork in Montague Place has been under fire from the public since before it was completed last year.

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Some of the fake goods recovered from McGee's home by West Sussex Trading Standards. Picture: West Sussex County Council

Facebook ‘faker’ sentenced for selling fake designer products

A Facebook ‘faker’ has admitted selling fake branded goods after she was caught by trading standards.

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Study the Cineworld Chichester puzzle as new IMAX film festival launches!

Cineworld has today announced it will be bringing back its IMAX® Film Festival for one day only in Chichester on Saturday, April 8.
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