American Express Community Stadium

Harty: Newcastle performance a double-edged sword?

They say the stats don’t lie, more than 70% possession, a goal ruled out for a marginal offside, another one cleared off the line by a Newcastle defender, attractive, exciting football yet at the end of the 90 mins, a 0-0 stalemate and a solitary point.

Thomas Cook in Chapel Road, Worthing has closed

Ian Hart: Just what went wrong at Thomas Cook?

A very sad sight in the town centre on Tuesday evening: in the window 
of Thomas Cook in the town centre, next to the official notice that the company had ceased trading, a plain 
A4 sheet, with a handwritten message from all of the staff, thanking the customers for their support over the years.

British Airways is facing the largest fine so far under the new General Data Protection Regulations

Column: Heavy price to pay for cyber breaches

Despite the constant reports of cyber breaches, the risk seems to be generally accepted as part and parcel of using the internet and smart phones; in much the same way that motor accidents are an accepted price for the convenience of road transport. We just hope they don’t happen to us.

Head down to your polling station

Cast your vote and help shape future of Worthing

Local elections day is here again and while nationally the concept of democracy has taken an enormous battering recently, the Worthing Borough Council elections provide a fascinating contests right across the town’s 11 wards.

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