IN this week’s Gazette, there is a great competition and plenty of interesting stories.
Do you have the best mum in the area? Then show how much you appreciate her by entering our Mother’s Day Competition.
The winning mum will receive a beautiful bouquet and dinner for two at her favourite local restaurant.
She’ll also be presented with a certificate and her story will feature in the Gazette.
The details of how to enter are in this week’s Herald, but all entries must be received by March 9.
The nostalgia pages feature the first part of a series looking at the work of photographer Harold Camburn, who produced postcard views of the Worthing area 100 years ago.
We also have details of how victims of domestic abuse will be given more support than ever before by police after the force received a £100,000 cash injection to help tackle the crime.
The money, which was granted by the county’s police and crime commissioner, Katy Bourne, will be used to step up patrols by specially-trained officers.
Also in this week’s edition is our Business Matters special, with all the latest business and trade news from across the area.
There is also a bumper round-up of all the latest people to be sentenced in courts across Sussex.
As always, we’ve got our usual crop of entertainment, sport and news, as well as all the latest from our columnists.
The Gazette is out today, Thursday, February 26, for 80p.