21:07Man arrested for being drunk in Worthing town centre
20:21First-ever gay couple elected to Arun District Council: a step towards 'equality for all'
13:12Worthing Borough Council election results: live updates
15:31Man who lived in Worthing and Chichester jailed for having thousands of child porn images
17:28Tears of joy as first ever Muslim Bangladeshi woman elected in Worthing
16:29Lancing and Burgess Hill students rewarded for internet safety competition efforts
16:24Dog illnesses caused by ticks are on the rise - here’s how to stop your pet getting dangerous diseases
07:00This Week’s Must Read: My Story: 50 Memories from Fifty Years of Service
17:04Brighton Fringe gets under way!
15:42When is Ramadan 2019? Timetable, fasting times and how it's commemorated across the world
15:05This new Android app analyses your texts and tells you how to respond to your crush
15:39Labour takes five seats from Tories at Worthing Borough Council election
14:27Quiz: MI5 and MI6 are hiring - do you have what it takes to be a spy?
15:12‘Lost’ Southwick films found and restored
12:34Longstanding Guildbourne Centre shop 'repossessed by landlord'
12:50Your kids can get paid to play paintball all summer - here’s how to apply
12:31The Beano and Harry Hill are on the hunt for the country's funniest kids - here’s how to enter
11:57Worthing election results: Everything you need to know
11:24ASOS used a woman's photo to advertise a dress after a man on Tinder told her she looked ugly in it
11:19Emergency crews tackle Worthing flat fire
10:39Shoreham manhunt: Wanted man arrested after long police search
16:25Motherhood pondered in Seven Ages of Mam at the Brighton Fringe
09:25Adur Concert Band enjoys successful trip to Malta
07:00Former Worthing star up for Skybet EFL Goal of the Month Award after stunning strike for Newport County
08:15Worthing boss Hinshelwood talks next season and how important the fans are in recruiting players
09:45Story-telling at its most immersive from Vox Motus at the Brighton Festival
08:19Pregnancy and motherhood in music from Sheila Hill at Brighton Festival