Hospital protests, A27 improvement plans, fraudsters jailed and thousands of jobs in the pipeline – they are just some of the stories in the Worthing Herald newspaper this week.
Pick up your copy of the newspaper today for 104 pages packed with stories, sport, offers and more.
There are three pages of coverage on the campaign to safeguard emergency services at Worthing Hospital, including pictures from a protest held in Goring last week.
There’s reaction to the news that the Government will invest around £350 million into transforming the A27 as part of a plan to improve the capacity and condition of roads in the south east.
The plan includes a new dual-carriageway bypass at Arundel, plus further improvements around Worthing, Lancing and Lewes.
Read the Herald for the full report and reaction.
There is also details of some ambitious plans from Adur and Worthing councils which could see thousands of jobs created.
Also in the Herald this week is a four-page Dealmonster special – four pages packed with gift ideas at special prices.
And, we finally announce this year’s Herald and Gazette Cute Kids contest winner this week.
If you haven’t got your ticket to the Jack Frost’s Frozen Christmas show at Worthing Pavilion yet, the Herald has an offer to get money off.
Readers can also enter our competition to win tickets to Worthing’s ice-rink which opened at the weekend.
As if this wasn’t enough for your 80p, the Herald has some interesting nostalgia features, a free entertainment pull-out including your TV guide for the next seven days and details on the latest roadworks in your area.
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