What’s in this week’s Herald

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Pick up a copy of this week’s Worthing Herald for all the latest news, sport and entertainment from across the area.

In this week’s paper, three women and a teenaged girl have been bailed as police continue to investigate an incident in which a homeless woman was slashed with a razor blade.

The ‘evil’ attack has been widely condemned by the people of Worthing.

Northbrook College has been awarded £25,000 to launch a cadet unit as part of the government-sponsored £50million Cadet Expansion Programme (CEP).

West Sussex Tories have defeated Labour, Lib Dem, and UKIP amendments to next year’s county council budget.

There’s also the first report in the Our NHS campaign series – a six-week look at our local health and social care across our GP and primary care services, hospitals, social care, community and mental health services.

In Nostalgia, Antony Edmonds takes a look at the history of the Eardley Hotel and some of its famous visitors.

These are just some of the stories in this week’s paper.

There are dozens more news stories, features, picture stories, columnists, letters, business news, entertainment and sport.

There is also a round-up of cases from the local courts and details of the latest roadworks.

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