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McDonald’s will roll out its new UK home delivery service this summer

Hold onto your hats fast food lovers - you will soon to be able to have your Big Mac and McFlurry delivered straight to your front door.

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Arundel Co-op team manager Karn Moore presents a cheque to David Wood, chairman of the trustees, and staff at Arundel Lido

Reward scheme benefits community

Funding from Co-op stores has helped young and old in Littlehampton and Arundel.

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Angmering M&S plans face opposition from Waitrose and its landlord

Plans for a Marks and Spencer food store on the Angmering and Rustington border are back to square one after a bitter wrangle between rivals.

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Kirsty Cheyne runs two Yapton slimming groups

Silver for Yapton slimming consultant

Weight-loss consultant Kirsty Cheyne has won a Silver Century Club award.

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The first community meeting to Build a Better A27. Money for the scheme now seems to still be in place. ks170126-8 SUS-170603-202843008

Chichester’s £250m A27 cash ‘still available’

The cash to pay for vital improvements to the A27 around Chichester is still available, a letter from Jim O’Sullivan the chief executive of Highways England seems to suggest.

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Carole Molloy, left, and Valerie Pemberton are unhappy about the new number 12 bus in Littlehampton. They are pictured outside Valerie's flats in Fitzalan Road, Littlehampton. Picture: Derek Martin

Concerns for new bus route as pensioners feel stranded

A new bus route has been the subject of scrutiny, with some residents saying they have been cut off from supermarkets.

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VIDEO: Number of people risking their lives trespassing in the South East hits five-year-high

Alarming new figures from Network Rail and British Transport Police reveal more people than ever are risking their lives on the rail network by trespassing on the tracks in the south east region.

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Wilko's mouthwash. Picture by Stephen Conway

Kids’ mouthwash recalled over contamination fears

A range of children’s mouthwash has been recalled due to potential contamination of the product.

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Chichester's A27 scheme was cancelled in March, while Arundel and Worthing and Lewes projects are still planned

Scrapped A27 scheme cost £3.3m

Nearly £3.3m of public money was spent on Chichester’s failed A27 Improvement Scheme, the Observer can reveal.

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Gideon Roseman and Esther Roseman at County Hall North in Horsham last December, where the inquest took place. Picture supplied by Tony Kershaw from South West News Service (SWNS)

COUNTY NEWS: Parents get settlement after baby’s tragic cot death

The parents of baby Grace Roseman who was found dead in her cot at her home in Sussex have been compensated.

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COUNTY NEWS: ‘Total chaos’ at railway station after marathon

One passenger described a Sussex railway station as ‘hell on earth’ last night (April 9), as sun-seekers and Brighton Marathon runners attempted to travel home.

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The A27 near Arundel, with Tortington Common on the right. Picture: Derek Martin SUS-170314-145016008

Will Arundel be labelled ‘a town to avoid’ if no bypass is built?

“Arundel cannot afford to be isolated and labelled a town to avoid.”

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VIDEO: Disabled mum’s daily struggle ahead of DIY SOS home transformation

A disabled mum has spoken of her delight at being picked for TV show DIY: SOS - saying the news still hasn’t sunk in.

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Gatwick passengers can catch a low-cost direct flight from September. Picture: Norwegian

Catch a low-cost flight at Gatwick to Seattle and Denver

Gatwick passengers will be able to catch a low-cost direct flight to Seattle and Denver from September, it has been revealed.

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TRAVEL: Lorry sheds glass load at Fontwell roundabout

Glass bottles shed from a lorry at the A27 and A29 Fontwell roundabout are currently being cleared up by the Highways Agency, police have confirmed.

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Outlaw Allstars coaches Grace Finneran and Lara Dumbleton lift Littlehampton mayor Ian Buckland

Mayor raised to new heights

Littlehampton mayor Ian Buckland has been raised to dizzying heights - thanks to the newest competitive cheerleading team on the south coast.

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Why your local boozer is important

Why your local boozer is important

It is community pubs month so we look at why it is important to support your local pub.

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Lunaria from Davison High School collecting the South Downs best company award. Picture: Graham Franks

Best young business brains put to the test

Entrepreneurs have pitched their businesses in a bid to reach the county final in the annual Young Enterprise challenge.

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C P Mechanical Designs Ltd has gone into liquidation

Engineering company goes into liquidation

A precision engineering company based in Portslade has gone into liquidation, leaving all 16 members of staff redundant.

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