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Bold plans for Teville Gate site highlighted

Hundreds of people have responded to the first public consultations on the future of Worthing’s Teville Gate site.

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Nursing director Maggie Davies presented the team with their JAG accreditation certificate

Worthing Hospital unit gets highest praise

Worthing Hospital’s endoscopy department has received the highest of praise from the Royal College of Physicians joint advisory group (JAG) on GI endoscopy.

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Worthing's Lewis Crathern in his home town during Storm Brian. Pictures: EUNICE BERGIN

Storm Brian: kitesurfer nearly breaks own record in Worthing

Spectators were treated to a show by some of the best world’s best kiteboarders as Storm Brian struck.

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Consultant breast surgeon Mr Marek Ostrowski with, from left, associate practitioner Kerry West, adminstrator Zena Williams, oncology manager Karen West and oncology nurse specialist Clair De Lillis SUS-171023-101433001

Men and women alike urged to be more ‘Breast Aware’

Did you know that more women are being diagnosed with breast cancer than any other cancer in the UK?

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Doug Williams in action against former WWE superstar Paul Burchill Picture contributed by John Freemantle

‘Premier’ tie up for community hub and promoter as wrestling returns

Worthing’s St Paul’s Centre will be transformed into a spectacular wrestling arena for the first time next week.

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Kaitlan Skeef sent in this picture of the orange sky

Gallery: strange skies over Littlehampton and beyond

Readers across the area have been sending in their pictures of the stunning sky this afternoon.

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Annette Wassell took this picture of a Portuguese man-of-war at East Worthing beach on Saturday

Portuguese man-of-war: what are they?

People across the area have been spotting the venomous Portuguese man-of-war washed up on our beaches. But what are they, and what should you do if stung?

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The eight-page Great Storm special edition from 30 years ago is reproduced in full in this week's Herald

Free Great Storm anniversary pull-out in this week’s Herald

It is hard to believe it is 30 years since our towns and villages were battered by the Great Storm.

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Ned Mortimers return to Sompting Abbotts inspired a song

How a Sussex school’s secret garden became the inspiration for a hit song

Ned Mortimer, lead singer of the talented band August and After, has revealed that the lyrics to his successful track, The Orchard, from the album Embers, were inspired by his time as a child at independent school Sompting Abbotts.

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An artist's impression of how the redeveloped Teville Gate site in Worthing could look

Teville Gate consultation dates revealed

Dates for a public consultation on the future of Worthing’s Teville Gate have been announced.

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