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Grafton car park next on demolition list as council explores development options

Town hall bosses are preparing a government funding bid which could lead to the demolition of Worthing’s Grafton car park.

Politics
TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, September 16

TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, September 16

The roads across Sussex are not reporting any major congestion this morning (Saturday, September 16).

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Members of the Worthing Fairtrade Town group outside Sainsbury's in Lyons Farm retail park. Holding the banner is (left) Dereck Prentis, 71, and (right) Richard Battson, 70

Fairtrade group pours scorn on Sainsbury’s tea rebranding

Fairtrade campaigners have poured scorn on a Sainsbury’s pilot scheme which removed the brand from its tea range.

Business
Journalism apprentice scheme

New journalism apprentice scheme launched

Have you always dreamed of being a journalist? Reporting the news that can make a real difference in your community?

News
The leaked email has been confirmed to be from Arun District Council chief executive Nigel Lynn (right)

Leaked email reveals A27 recommendations

Plans for an Arundel bypass and not the widening of the existing A27 should be supported in principle by councillors, according to a leaked email.

Transport
Many are concerned about the environmental impact of a bypass. Picture: Derek Martin

Walk and talk about the Arundel bypass organised

A nature walk has been organised to highlight fears about the effect of a possible A27 bypass at Arundel.

Transport
The three routes for possible A27 improvement at Arundel have been published. Picture: Highways England

VIDEO: Take a look at the A27 bypass options

Three videos showing each of the possible plans for an A27 bypass at Arundel have been unveiled by Highways England.

Transport
Molotov

Mother’s death heads police case for venue to lose licence

Police will call for a Worthing bar to lose its licence on Monday after numerous incidents which included a woman’s death minutes after leaving the venue.

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Picture by Jeffrey Milstein

Gatwick Airport experiences its busiest summer holidays

Gatwick Airport has achieved its busiest school summer holidays in its history as 8.1 million people made their way through the airport during the seven-week period, according to figures released by the airport.

Transport
Oliver Thomas Dall is set to open a wizarding shop in Brighton

COUNTY NEWS: Wizarding shop to put Potter fans under its spell

Harry Potter super-fan Oliver Thomas Dall is to open a wizarding shop, bringing Diagon Alley to Sussex.

Business
23-year-old Henry King

Life-long Lancing local launches new independent funeral service

An enterprising 23-year-old from Lancing has set up a funeral service business in North Road.

Business
Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Have you always dreamt of being a journalist? Reporting the news that can make a real difference in your community?

Business
A feasting menu at Goodwood

Why great food is essential for an effective business meeting

If you Google what makes a great and effective business meeting you will come across helpful tips such as ‘create an agenda’, ‘identify key participants’, and ‘maintain the focus’.

Business
Worthing's Teville Gate site, February 2017. Picture by Eddie Mitchell SUS-170802-094254001

A new date for Teville Gate planning application as council considers car park demolition

A public consultation on development of Worthing’s Teville Gate is expected in September, Worthing Borough Council confirmed today (Friday, September 1).

Business
Highways England plans to improve six A27 junctions. Map courtesy of Highways England. SUS-170718-164351001

Residents’ meeting to discuss Worthing A27 plans

Have your say about the proposed A27 plans in Worthing at a residents’ meeting on Tuesday.

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Shoreham Airport

IKEA development puts future of Shoreham Airport on radar

Development of Lancing’s New Monks Farm could lead to pressure to close Shoreham Airport, a parliamentary figure has claimed.

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The proposed IKEA in Lancing

‘Sky’s the limit’ for jobs in Worthing as unemployment falls

‘The sky’s the limit’ for job prospects for Worthing, a job centre manager has said.

Business
Millions of Brits trust gut instinct over anything else

Millions of Brits trust gut instinct over anything else

It’s official - trusting your gut instinct is the way forward for major life events.

News
Bank of Mum and Dad lends kids £2.3bn to pay the rent

Bank of Mum and Dad lends kids £2.3bn to pay the rent

The Bank of Mum and Dad will fund £2.3 billion of rent for their offspring, contributing on average £415 to every payment.

Offbeat
Alan Feist and Valerie Stephens from Highways England with the plans. Picture: Liz Pearce

A27 Bypass: ‘strong support’ or a ‘missed opportunity’?

Plans for A27 improvement at Arundel have proved divisive.

Transport
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