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WHISPERING SMITH: Much ado about a lot of little things...

Delighted to see the ‘do not feed the seagulls’ signs at the Rustington end of the promenade.

Opinion
Jewellery stolen in village break-in

Jewellery stolen in village break-in

Items of jewellery were stolen as thieves broke into a village home.

Crime
Police

UPDATE: West Sussex pensioner cautioned for sending offensive messages to MPs

A pensioner has accepted a caution for sending offensive messages to Members of Parliament.

Crime 1
Lady Colin Campbell appeared at Brighton Magistrates' Court on Thursday, February 23. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

BREAKING NEWS: Lady C guilty of careless driving

Lady C has been found guilty of careless driving following a collision on the A27 last year.

Crime
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COUNTY NEWS: Family to sue after hospitals turned away dying mum

Legal action is being launched by the family of a woman who died from a brain haemorrhage after being turned away from at least three hospitals because of bed shortages.

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Princess Anne makes royal visit to Sussex

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal visited Sussex today to mark the third year of co-ordinated restorative justice across the county.

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Nine in ten Southern trains ran during strike

Nine in ten Southern trains ran during strike

Almost nine in ten Southern trains ran during the strike by the RMT union yesterday (Wednesday February 22).

Politics 1
British Transport Police want to speak to this man following the incident. Picture: British Transport Police

Police appeal after rail staff ‘sworn at and spat on’

Commuters have been asked to help trace a man wanted in connection with spitting at a member of rail staff, British Transport Police has confirmed.

Crime 2
Puppy parents Christine and Philip Louis with Stefan, a 14-week-old labrador cross golden retriever

Party planned to encourage puppy parents

Some of the county’s cleverest puppies are having a party – and residents are invited.

News
Amelia would have turned 18 this weekend

18th birthday fundraiser to remember Amelia

Friends and family are throwing a party for a Shoreham school girl who died of a rare blood disorder to celebrate what would have been her 18th birthday.

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Helping to breath life into the NHS

What would you do if your closest friend in the world – the person who has been with you through all the joy and the heartache that life can throw at you - turned to you and asked, urgently, for your help?

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UKIP leader Ann Rapnik, right, has defended UKIP's support for the Arun budget. Vicky Rhodes, left, also supported the Tory budget

‘We’re anti fat cat’, says Arun UKIP leader – despite colleagues supporting council chief’s £6,000 wage rise

UKIP’s Arun leader has insisted the party is ‘anti fat cat’ - despite her colleagues supporting a rise of more than £6,000 for a council chief executive.

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The lucky winner has yet to claim their prize. Picture: National Lottery

Lottery ticket worth £1million bought in Worthing still unclaimed

The National Lottery is hunting for a EuroMillions winner who bought their ticket in Worthing but has yet to claim their prize.

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Coral Barnett with Faith, 5, who she calls 'a little legend'

Lancing mother fights for disabled housing solution

The mother of a disabled five-year-old is calling for the council to make it easier for disabled people to secure suitable accommodation.

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Arun Civic Centre in Littlehampton, the headquarters of Arun District Council

Arun Tories push through council tax rise with support from UKIP

A council tax rise for Arun residents will protect frontline services amid significant reductions in local government funding.

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Safety warning issued over leaking gas hobs

Bosch and Neff have issued a safety warning over leaking gas hobs.

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Sir Peter Bottomley talks about the State of Child Health report

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Lessons at home, school and by media

The thoughtful constituent’s letter about sex education has been a reminder that we too often may overlook the obvious.

Opinion 2
Worth Less? campaign

County's £1million proposal for school counsellors

West Sussex County Council is considering setting aside £1million to support counselling services in the county’s schools.
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Councillor Ricky Bower

Solutions to ease pressure of thousands of homes ‘yet to be finalised’

Solutions to ease the pressure of thousands of new homes on Arun’s infrastructure are yet to be finalised.

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Shoreham airshow disaster first anniversary memorial event

Final report into Shoreham Airshow crash set to be published

A final report into the Shoreham Airshow crash is due to be published on Friday, March 3.

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