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Shoreham designer makes debut at RHS Chelsea

Shoreham garden designer Naomi Ferrett-Cohen has landed her debut charity garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Chloe Postlethwaite. Picture: Sussex Police

Appeal after Angmering teen goes missing

Police are appealing for information about a missing 15-year-old from Angmering.

Mareks Vezans from Goring has been jailed. Photo: Sussex Police

Goring man jailed after fourth drink-driving conviction

A persistent drink-driver found slumped at the wheel of his car in Goring has been jailed for 12 weeks, confirmed police.


VIDEO AND PICTURES: Fun day marks Frontline Associates Supported Tenancies’ 15th anniversary

Music and games in the sunshine were enjoyed as part of Frontline Associates Supported Tenancies’ 15th anniversary celebrations.

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Festival to bring history to life at museum

A Sussex museum is giving members of the public the chance to travel back in time at an immersive history festival.

One of the targeted cashpoints was at a post office in Shoreham. Photo: Eddie Mitchell

Three men sentenced after blowing up Shoreham cashpoint

Three men have been sentenced after blowing up a cashpoint at a post office in Shoreham during a string of similar offences across Kent and Sussex.

Jessie Burbridge is wanted by police

Reward offered for wanted Hove man who escaped custody at Worthing Hospital

Police are offering a reward up to £500 for information leading to the arrest of a 22-year-old who escaped police custody at Worthing Hospital.


5 things employers should know about dealing with hot weather in the workplace

WITH the temperatures heating up, it can be a sweltering time for employees who are stuck behind their desk all day.

Boho Gelato in Montague Street, Worthing, is open for business. Picture: Twitter/Boho Gelato

Award-winning ice cream parlour opens in town centre

An award-winning ice cream parlour has opened in Worthing town centre – and what a day to do it.

Chris Williamson visited Worthing in January for a Labour fundraising event. Picture contributed by Pat Schan

ELECTION ANALYSIS: Should you be worried about Labour ‘doubling council tax’?

Conservative leaflets suggesting Labour would double council tax caused a stir last week when Labour figures criticised the claim ahead of next month’s Worthing Borough Council elections.


Parents to march for fairer school funding

Parents and supporters of Shoreham Beach Primary School will be among hundreds expected to take to the streets this weekend to march for fairer education funding.

Nathan Elvery joined the county council in 2016 on a �190,000 a year salary

Council boss: ‘Still far to go to tackle ugly underbelly of organisational culture’

A council chief executive challenged about spending decisions by a staff member has thanked her for reminding him ‘how far we still have to go in tackling the ugly underbelly of our organisational culture’.

The Bridge of Light in memory of the Shoreham Airshow crash victims. An RIP candle is left

Shoreham airshow tragedy: Pilot enters not guilty plea to manslaughter charges

The pilot involved in the Shoreham airshow tragedy has entered a not guilty plea to 11 counts of manslaughter by gross negligence.

First year service for the Rolls-Royce SRH

COUNTY NEWS: World’s smallest Rolls-Royce has helped a child a day at Sussex hospital

A mini electric Rolls-Royce donated to a children’s ward at a West Sussex hospital has gone in for its first year service.


VIDEO: Fundraising drive secures life-saving devices for Shoreham Beach

Two life-saving defibrillators have been installed at key points on Shoreham Beach following a fund-raising drive led by the Shoreham Beach Residents’ Association.

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ELECTIONS: Worthing UKIP bids for your vote

Worthing residents will go to the polls on May 3 to elect their latest batch of borough councillors. The Herald has spoken to each party fielding candidates to get their thoughts and priorities ahead of next month’s election. A new statement will be added every day – and today (Thursday, April 19), by virtue of a random draw, UKIP has its say.

Maggie McCarthy as Mrs Grose with Carli Norris as the governess in Turn of the Screw

REVIEW: Turn of the Screw, Connaught Theatre, Worthing

Henry James’s famous ghost story Turn of the Screw has been given a new twist in Tim Luscombe’s stage adaptation for four actors.

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Kim Mitchell said she does not think Sussex Police did enough when she reported her abuse to them twice

COUNTY NEWS: Woman abused by schoolteacher is denied compensation

A woman abused by her schoolteacher when she was just eight years old has been denied Government compensation.

Adur District Council leader Neil Parkin

ELECTIONS: ‘Non-effective’ opposition criticised as Tories ask voters to trust track record

Adur residents will go to the polls on May 3 to elect their latest batch of district councillors. The Herald has spoken to figures from every party fielding candidates to get their thoughts and priorities ahead of next month’s election. A new interview will be added every day – and today (Thursday, April 19), by virtue of a random draw, the Conservatives have their say.

Lady Colin Campbell arrives Worthing Magistrates' Court. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Lady Colin Campbell walks free from court as speeding charge dropped

I’m a Celebrity star Lady Colin Campbell walked free from court after prosecutors dropped a speeding charge against her.

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