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Changing the clocks

This Sunday (October 30, 2016) we gain an extra hour in bed as the clocks go back an hour at 2am.

A royal guest will be visiting Sussex tomorrow

COUNTY NEWS: Royal visitor coming to Sussex tomorrow

A member of the Royal family will be gracing Sussex with their prescence tomorrow (Friday, October 28).

One of the largest cities in Florida, Fort Lauderdale enjoys average year-round temperatures of 25 degrees

New Gatwick to Florida route to launch in time for summer

Already thinking about next year’s summer holiday? We don’t blame you.

About 50 parents and children took part in the walk

Pupils take part in the Big Bright Walk In event for road safety

Families gathered at the Jubilee Centre in Southfields Road, Littlehampton, for the autumn Big Bright Walk In event.


‘Gruesome reality of modern day poaching’

Game dealers, restaurateurs, hotels and public houses across Sussex are being advised to check that they are not buying illegally-killed game.

The asking price for the hotel is �1.5 million

Arundel hotel available for £1.5 million

Fancy running a hotel? The Grade II* listed Norfolk Arms hotel and its 33 en-suite bedrooms is available.

PICTURED L-R: Panice, Unwin, Luck and Dangerfield SUS-161026-163656001

BREAKING COUNTY NEWS: Four men jailed for GBH after leaving Sussex man with brain damage

Four men who left a Sussex father with severe brain damage after a ‘brutal’ attack more than three years ago have been jailed today (Thursday, October 27).

The suspect fled empty handed and no one was injured, police said

Witness appeal after Tesco employee ‘held at knifepoint’

Police are appealing for witnesses after a member of Tesco staff was reportedly held at knifepoint by a man demanding cash.

Ladybirds have been seen in large groups. Photo: Alan Edwards SUS-161027-113718001

Masses of ladybirds reported across the county

Plagues of ladybirds have been spotted around West Sussex as they seek shelter in warm houses.

Sir Peter Bottomley

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Worthing, the A27 and the world

The A27 is one of the ways Worthing and the surrounding district interact with the world, including with the rest of England and the United Kingdom.

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An aerial picture of the Swandean site where the meeting of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust was held. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Trust bosses to stand down as patient killings review published

The chief executive and two directors of the mental health trust at the centre of controversy over patients involved in killings are standing down from their posts.

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Pink and blue flags mark the Route A road crossing point

Campaigners demonstrate life in ancient woodland

Walkers explored rare species and valuable habitats in ancient woodland as part of a campaign to protect it.

Pick up this week's paper today

What’s in this week’s Gazette

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

Stewart Wingate, chief executive officer at Gatwick Airport (photo supplied by Gatwick Airport)

VIDEO: Gatwick Airport CEO responds to announcement of third runway at Heathrow

Gatwick Airport’s chief executive officer (CEO) has said he is ‘disappointed’ by the government’s announcement to proceed with a third runway at Heathrow.


A27 meeting – sorting fact from fiction

A public meeting will be held to update residents on progress of plans to improve the A27 on Friday (October 28).

Alfie Peak and his daughter Summa pictured before the attack. Photo courtesy of Sussex Police. SUS-161026-163633001

COUNTY NEWS: Four men guilty of leaving man with brain damage

Four men who left a father with severe brain damage after a ‘brutal’ attack more than three years ago in Sussex were found guilty today (Wednesday, October 26).

Shoreham dancers Charlotte Hardy, left, and Leah Gallant rehearsing for Swan Lake. Picture: Ben Garner

Amazing opportunity for young dancers

Young dancers are living their dreams by taking part in a professional production of Swan Lake.

Pre-Christmas strikes threat to Southern Rail services

Pre-Christmas strikes threat to Southern Rail services

Rail and tube workers are to be balloted for strikes in separate disputes which threatens travel chaos in the run-up to Christmas.


Fatality at East Worthing railway station

British Transport Police have confirmed a person has died after being struck by a train at East Worthing railway station.

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Lifeboat called out to tow vessel

The Littlehampton RNLI was called out to tow a broken down leisure craft earlier today, after its engine failed seven miles from the harbour.

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