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Olympic boxer joins ride for cancer ward

An Olympic medal-winning boxer has joined the growing team of cyclists raising money for our cancer units.

The five friends who died at Camber Sands in August. (Clockwise from top left) Nitharshan Ravi, brothers Kobinathan and Kenugen Saththiyanathan, Inthushan Sriskantharasa and Kurushanth Srithavarajah SUS-170314-163223001

COUNTY NEWS: Camber Sands witnesses give their accounts

Witnesses have spoken of the desperate life-saving attempts made by beach goers on the day five young friends died at Camber Sands last summer.

Road closures

Road closures planned for West Sussex

The following are the planned road closures in the coming weeks across West Sussex in order to carry out repairs and related work.

Body found at Brooklands Park

Body found at Brooklands Park

A body was found in a park on Saturday afternoon, police have confirmed.

Worthing mayor Alex Harman starts the annual fun walk for Cardiac Rehab Support West Sussex. Picture: Stephen Goodger

PICTURES: Cardiac Rehab Support fun walk

Miserable weather conditions could not deter walkers raising money for Cardiac Rehab Support West Sussex.

The scales of justice

COUNTY NEWS: Worker injured by major electric shock wins compensation payout

An ex-British Telecom worker who was given a major electric shock by overhead power lines in a Sussex village has won a compensation payout.

DM17629927a.jpg Armed Forces Day, Littlehampton. Photo by Derek Martin SUS-170624-234634008

PICTURE: Attention! Armed Forces Day a big success

It is a highlight of the town’s calendar – and this year, the Armed Forces Day event did not disappoint.

There have been reports of a great white shark off Hayling Island

Great white shark spotted off south coast, expert claims

A great white shark has been spotted off the south coast, an expert has said.

Product warning

Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Sainsbury’s has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fillers from its shelves following the discovery of food bug listeria in them.

Warning over limousines. Photo: DVSA

Prom season warning - check limousines

As prom season approaches the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is urging parents to check if their child’s limousine is safe and legal before booking.

Staff from Marks and Spencer Worthing refurbished the kitchen on the bus for the company's Make it Matter Day

Charity’s bus is given a makeover

Support group Cancer United is delighted with improvements to its information bus.


Warning issued for heavy rain and thunder

A warning for heavy rain and possible thunder has been issued for across Sussex this afternoon (Tuesday June 27).

Lauren and Adam Pollard at home in Goring with Henry (left) and their youngest son Norman. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Mum: A Tesco lorry nearly ‘crushed’ my little Henry

A furious mother has hit out at Tesco after her three-year-old son was nearly ‘crushed’ by one of its HGV trucks.

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Bill Kent, secretary of reMEmber, wearing the t-shirt presented to the charity by sprinter Usain Bolt

World’s fastest human supports walk

Sprinter Usain Bolt has shown his support for a West Sussex charity helping people with ME.

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Michele Ammola with his wife Georgina and sons William and Henry. Photo by Derek Martin DM17313709a

Family fun day to help dad with cancer

An action-packed day of fun and activities for the whole family is planned to raise money for a dad battling cancer.

Whats on
The five friends who died at Camber Sands in August. (Clockwise from top left) Inthushan Sriskantharasa, brothers Kobinathan and Kenugen Saththiyanathan, Kurushanth Srithavarajah and Nitharshan Ravi SUS-170314-171912001

COUNTY NEWS: Men who died in sea off Sussex coast were ‘strong and competent swimmers’, inquest hears

A group of five young men who died in sea off the Sussex Coast last summer, have been described as strong and competent swimmers at an inquest in Hastings this week.

The Amex stadium

COUNTY NEWS: Football club to check cladding at stadium as 'precaution' after Grenfell

A Premier League football club is to 're-check' the cladding used as its home ground as a precaution after the Grenfell tower disaster.

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Robert Trigg arrives at Lewes Crown Court before his murder trial. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

‘Accidentally suffocated’ woman had injuries similar to Hillsborough victims

A woman who ‘accidentally suffocated’ when her partner rolled on her in his sleep had injuries similar to victims of the Hillsborough disaster, a court heard.

Around 60 firefighters tackled the huge blaze. Picture: Eddie Howland

COUNTY NEWS: Businesses at blaze site tell of lucky escape

A number of businesses have spoken about their lucky escape following a major fire in their business park in Sussex.


PICTURES: Night to Remember

More than 750 women stepped out on Saturday for the tenth Night to Remember midnight walk for St Barnabas House in Worthing.

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