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90-year-old finds a ‘human bone’ on Worthing beach

A 90-year-old who discovered what he thinks is a human bone on Worthing beach said he does not know what to do with it.

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Turner's Pies celebrate being named Supreme Champions at the British Pie Awards 2018, from left Philip Turner, chairman of the awards Matthew O'Callaghan, Pip Turner, awards organiser Stephen Hallam, and Peter Turner EMN-181203-104414001

Opening date of award-winning pie shop announced

The opening date of an award-winning pie shop has been announced.

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Theme for next year’s Love Festival is revealed

The organiser of this year’s Love Festival has thanked the community for making it ‘a beautiful day’, while announcing the theme for next year’s event.

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Babs Huggins from White Horses Way, Littlehampton

Pensioner ‘trapped’ in home for over two years waiting for a disability ramp

A desperate pensioner who has waited more than two years for a ramp to get out of her house said she ‘cannot take any more’.

Health
Brian and Paula Darling, right with their neighbour Ian Ledger by the post they erected to illustrate the height of the proposed fence. Picture: Kate Shemilt

Couple’s house value fears as 3.5m high fence to be built behind garden

When Brian and Paula Darling first viewed their bungalow in Amberley Close, Wick, what sealed the deal were the views from their back garden.

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‘We’ve made history’, say Worthing Pride organisers

Worthing Pride organisers have thanked our town for backing the inaugural event.

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Roadworks cause long delays on A27

Roadworks are causing long delays on the A27.

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A29 closed due to serious collision

A29 closed due to serious collision

The A29 has been closed due to a serious collision.

Transport
Dessert shop to move into Worthing town centre

Dessert shop to move into Worthing town centre

A dessert shop is set to move into Worthing town centre.

Business

Thousands show their support for Worthing’s first Pride

Thousands of people have lined the streets for Worthing’s first-ever pride event.
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James Butler

Herald reporter tells his coming out story for Worthing Pride

With Worthing Pride around the corner, people from our LGBT+ community have shared their coming-out stories: including James Butler, a reporter at the Worthing Herald and Littlehampton Gazette.

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Aaron Burns and John Azzopardi of Gin and Bear it

Worthing Pride: popular pub owners were one of Sussex’s first gay married couples

With Worthing Pride around the corner, people from our LGBT+ community have come forward to tell their stories.

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Worthing Pride: When is it? Who is performing? Can I get tickets?

Worthing Pride is upon us – so here is everything you need to know about the big day.

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Long delays through Chichester due to Goodwood Festival of Speed

There are long delays through Chichester due to the Goodwood Festival of Speed this morning.

Transport
Kai Murphy-Dunn, 20, from Tarring

My life as a non-binary and pansexual person in Worthing

With Worthing Pride around the corner, people from our LGBT+ community have come forward to tell their stories.

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Police

Man could have ‘life-changing injuries’ after hit-and-run

A man has been left with potentially life-changing injuries after a hit-and-run incident in Wick.

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DM1870181a.jpg West Sussex Coastal Mind - one of the charities to benefit from Worthing Pride. Scott. Photo by Derek Martin Photography. SUS-180407-174116008

My life being transgender in Worthing: ‘I don’t want to be a guy’

With Worthing Pride around the corner, people from our LGBT+ community have come forward to tell their stories.

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Littlehampton mum must prove she is British – but has lived here for 43 years

A mother of two said she felt ‘victimised’ after being asked to prove she is not an illegal immigrant – despite living in the UK for 43 years.

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Littlehampton RNLI

RNLI search for inflatable swan and distressed diver

The RNLI were called out to reports of an inflatable swan and to help a distressed diver on a busy Sunday.

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Family bakery in Wick shuts down after 83 years

When Arthur William and Lilian Biggs opened their bakery on August 4, 1935, little did they know it would be open for 83 years.

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