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No need for ‘conspiracy theory mode’ yet, Arundel bypass group says

A prominent pro-bypass group has said there is no need to ‘relapse into conspiracy theory mode’ despite a lack of news on the Arundel A27 from Highways England.

Transport
West Sussex Dark Star brewery joins forces with Fuller’s

West Sussex Dark Star brewery joins forces with Fuller’s

Partridge Green based brewery Dark Star has today (February 20) joined forces with independent traditional family brewer Fuller’s.

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The magnetic putty which was available on Amazon

Warnings over toy after young girl ends up in hospital with arsenic poisoning

A mother has issued a warning on social media about the dangers of a new kid’s toy after her daughter was rushed to hospital with alleged arsenic poisoning.

Business
Stewart Palzeaird, site excellence manager at Bidfood in Worthing, takes the freezer suits to The Salvation Army

Freezer suits given to homeless

Thermal freezer suits have been donated to the Salvation Army to help keep the homeless warm this winter.

Business
The replacement chocolate bouquet presented by Paul Gunn from Grandpa's pick "N" mix, right, with Joe Peacock at The Three Fishes

UPDATED: Sweets stolen from children’s charity raffle

Callous thieves have stolen sweets from a Valentine’s Day raffle raising money for a children’s cancer charity.

Crime
Councillor Neil Parkin, leader of Adur District Council, by the former Adur Civic Centre which has been demolished to make way for development

Hopes that house building will help boost employment in Adur

The future looks bright in Adur despite a rise in the number of people claiming job seeker’s allowance across the district, according to the jobcentre manager.

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Members of the Worthing Hospitality Federation, including chairman Andy Sparsis, centre, and Stefan Sykes, owner of Coast Caf� des Artistes on Beach Parade, Worthing, left, at Food restaurant in New Street, Worthing

Restaurant and café owners become voice for hospitality industry

Business leaders have joined forces to become a voice for Worthing’s hospitality industry.

Business

GALLERY: Teenager expands her cake business

Young entrepreneur Becky Matthews is set to launch a tailor-made wedding service as part of her cake business.

Business
Phil Bristow

COLUMN: Money trees and moon flights

So here we go on the merry-go-round again. We are only a few weeks into the New Year, but nothing much changes. It’s Brexit this, Trump that, will May last or Jeremy get the chance to grow his money trees?

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Grove Lodge Rounabout, Worthing. Photo by Derek Martin Photography.

Grove Lodge roundabout potholes to be fixed amid public pressure

The potholes on the Grove Lodge roundabout are to be fixed after pressure from politicians and the public.

Transport
Members of the Worthing Speakabout group, including campaign organiser Sarah Holden (second from left) and David Biggs (second from right)

Disabled customers unite for a better railway experience

For most people, catching a train is as simple as buying a ticket and getting on board.

Transport
Long-term temporary traffic lights have been installed in Brighton Road, Worthing

Temporary lights outside Aquarena site to stay for three years

Temporary traffic lights outside the Aquarena site will be there for three years, the county council has confirmed.

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Success stories lined up for Better Business Show

An annual business event featuring networking, business support and keynote speakers is taking place tomorrow (Thursday, January 31).

Business

Lancing IKEA plans: one year on

It is one year since Swedish furniture giant IKEA announced plans to open its first Sussex store, with Lancing’s New Monks Farm the location.

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Emma Edwards, second right, with Esteem team members. Picture: Disney Harrod

Exciting new team is helping charity to grow

Experienced youth worker Emma Edwards is excited about her new role with the charity Esteem.

Business
Grove Lodge Rounabout, Worthing. Photo by Derek Martin Photography.

PICTURES: Vote for Worthing’s worst potholes

With poor road surfaces affecting thousands of drivers in our town every day, we want to know what you think is the worst pothole in Worthing.

Transport
This is what the law says you can do when someone parks in front of your home

This is what the law says you can do when someone parks in front of your home

Cars pinching your perfect parking space is always annoying, especially when that spot just happens to be in front of your house.

Transport
Delays are expected

Guidance for drivers after roadkill report reveals 4,000 animals died in two years

Deers top the roadkill list, with one wallaby on the M1 and a peacock on the A174 also getting a mention following a Freedom of Information request which revealed almost 4,000 animals have died on the roads of Great Britain in the last two years.

Transport
Retail news

Evidence bulk buying could be costing you £215 a year

Consumers could be losing money by bulk buying items according to new research announced this week.

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