There is a bumper crop of news in the Herald this week.
On Monday, it was revealed that private healthcare provider Bupa CSH will not provide musculoskeletal (MSK) services in Coastal West Sussex after withdrawing from the procurement process of a multi-million pound contract.
It comes after the Herald’s campaign to safeguard A&E services at Worthing Hospital. We feature all the latest reaction to the news.
We were also at a council meeting where police and crime commissioner Katy Bourne faced tough questions on travellers.
Mrs Bourne defended the police’s ‘improved’ stance on traveller encampments when she was quizzed at the joint overview and scrutiny committee at Worthing Town Hall.
As well as all the details from that meeting, we also reveal the big names just announced for the new music festival to be held at Shoreham Airport this summer.
On top of all this, there is all the usual news, sport, entertainment, features and columnists.
There is also our monthly five-page Business Matters feature and an eight-page nostalgia pull-out, which this week looks at Winston Churchill’s visit to the Connaught theatre in 1958.
The Herald is out today (Thursday, January 29) and is on sale for the bargain price of 80p.