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BREAKING NEWS: Lorry drops gallons of paint over mile-long stretch of road

A transport lorry has dropped gallons of white paint on Brighton Road.

Patrick Cheetham could be in Worthing. Picture: Surrey Police

Missing man could be in Worthing

Have you seen this man?

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GCSE results day – a survival guide

The climax to years of hard work and high expectations for 16 year-olds nationwide is nearly here.

Police want to speak to the driver of this car, which was seen driving near where the collision took place. Picture: Sussex Police

COUNTY NEWS: Police seek driver after collision kills teenager

Police investigating a collision which killed a Sussex teenager are trying to track down the driver of another car seen nearby.

Lewes Crown Court

COUNTY NEWS: Student sentenced for intent to supply laughing gas at festival

A geography student was handed a suspended sentence for intending to supply a psychoactive substance at Boundary Festival last year, police said.

The Angmering School, Angmering. Photo by Derek Martin

Travellers spotted on school field

Travellers were spotted on a school’s premises after pitching up on its field.

Writer Rosemary Anne Sisson passed away aged 93.

Village mourns Upstairs, Downstairs and Disney screenwriter

You may not recognise the name Rosemary Anne Sisson – but she was the creative force behind global television shows who blazed a path for female screenwriters.

Thousands attended the annual Screen On The Green outdoor cinema. Picture: Scott Ramsey

POLL: Vote for next year’s Screen on the Green film

The Screen on the Green is a highlight in Littlehampton’s calendar – so what would you like to see next year?

Travel adaptors recalled

WHSmith recall travel adaptors due to fire and electrocution risk

A range of travel adaptors have been recalled by a major High Street retailer due to the discovery that they could present a serious safety risk.

Grove Lodge Roundabout

Outrage over planned overnight closures on the A27

Council leaders are outraged at news that a stretch of the A27 will be closed overnight for several weeks while Highways England replace street lighting.

Dad Stephen Darnley, 56, with his two daughters, Anna, 24, and Laura, 20

COUNTY NEWS: Family drives through 23 countries for ‘fantastic’ charity

Meet the Darnley family from Sussex, who call themselves ‘slightly mad’ and ‘always up for a challenge’.

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Your Bank Holiday weather for Sussex

With many events planned for the Bank Holiday weekend across the county, the weather is currently looking good for Sussex.

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Plans could set countryside development ‘precedent’ – but set for green light

Councillors will decide on Thursday if a greenfield site which could ‘set a precedent for development into open countryside’ is suitable for up to 300 homes.

Over a third of girls face online pressure to live the ‘perfect life’

Over a third of girls face online pressure to live the ‘perfect life’

Pressure to showcase a ‘perfect’ life online is affecting the wellbeing of girls and young women, according to new research.

The NSPCC has released a report on the number of reports of child neglect it has received

Child neglect referrals double in five years

The number of potential child neglect cases referred to authorities in West Sussex by a national charity has doubled over the last five years, new figures have revealed.

Handley Page aircraft

Rustington’s important role in the Great War to be revealed

The important role of American fighter pilots based at Rustington, Tangmere and Ford aerodromes during World War I will be revealed at a conference hosted by the University of Chichester next week.

Sam Taylor and Claudia Miles co-directors of Veritas Justice, which will be providing the service to victims of stalking in Sussex

Support service for victims of stalking in Sussex

Victims of stalking in Sussex will be able to access specialist support services to ensure their ‘voices are heard and they are taken seriously’.

Thousands attended the annual Screen On The Green outdoor cinema. Picture: Scott Ramsey

Thousands watch The Goonies at outdoor cinema

Thousands of people filled East Green in Littlehampton to watch The Goonies at the annual Screen on the Green event on Saturday.

Flowers were left on Shoreham's Old Toll Bridge in the days following the tragedy in 2015

Two years on from airshow crash, Shoreham remembers

Residents in Shoreham have remembered the victims and all those affected by the Shoreham airshow crash today, two years after the tragedy.

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