There is plenty of news in this week’s Worthing Herald.
We look at how trade union UNISON has hit out at Sussex Police’s decision to cut 1,000 jobs by 2020, as a result of Government spending cuts.
The figures, which were released last Tuesday, revealed that front-line posts are among those under threat.
Tributes have been paid to a well-known figure in the local footballing community who died last week.
Wilf Hugill’s wife Sonia describes him as ‘one in a million’ in this week’s Herald.
A former Worthing FC player, Wilf also managed the Sussex County Football Association during his long association with local football.
We also announce the winner of the ‘Best Mum in West Sussex’ title in this week’s paper.
The competition was sponsored by independent living specialist Welbeing and the Worthing Herald.
To help with any travel plans, we have an eight-page spring holiday supplement featuring lots of deals and ideas for trips away.
And there is a great offer, too. The Strand Fish and Chip take-away and restaurant in Goring is offering customers the chance to buy one large cod and get a regular chips free.
There is a coupon in the Herald that needs to be cut out and handed over to staff.
On top of this, as usual, there is also the round-up of court results and a wide range of news, entertainment, sport and columnists.
The Herald is out today (Thursday, March 19) for 80p.