Runner ‘over the moon’ to finish 5 in 5 challenge

NHS manager Ian Puttock completed five marathons in five days during one of the hottest weeks of the year.

Photo by Sally-Ann Cheeseman

COUNTY NEWS: Fire crews investigating cause of major blaze on the Downs

The cause of a major fire that broke out on the Downs on Saturday afternoon is currently unknown, according to East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.

The Willmott Dixon bike team for the Jurassic Classic challenge

Jurassic challenge ‘brilliant teamwork’ by Willmott Dixon team

Construction company staff created a Jurassic Classic challenge to raise money for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.


Fan and action pictures from Brighton's friendly at AFC Wimbledon

Albion lost 2-1 at AFC Wimbledon in a pre-season friendly yesterday when they wore their new green away shirt for the first time.

SUSSEX TRAVEL: Sunday, July 22

SUSSEX TRAVEL: Sunday, July 22

Planned engineering work is set to affect Thameslink, Southern and Gatwick Express services today (Sunday, July 22).

Jackson will be celebrating turning one year old at the end of July

Dog of the Week – Jackson

Jackson will be turning one at the end of July, and staff at Dogs Trust Shoreham are keen to find a home before the big birthday.

Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Brighton boss Hughton reflects on friendly defeat to AFC Wimbledon

Albion manager Chris Hughton felt his side did not turn up for the opening half-an-hour as they lost 2-1 away to League One AFC Wimbledon this afternoon.

Albion midfielder Pascal Gross challenges Wimbledon's Jon Meades. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

First-half goals send Brighton to defeat at AFC Wimbledon

Albion suffered their first defeat of pre-season this afternoon as two first half goals took AFC Wimbledon to a 2-1 victory at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
Wasp numbers are on the rise

Wasps and rodents on the rise in warm weather

It is looking like a bumper year for pests, with the heatwave providing perfect conditions for wasps, rats and mice to thrive, according to industry experts.

Walter and Lenny

Bernstein/Hussey friendship celebrated in Chichester Cathedral

Walter & Lenny – a one-man play devised and performed by Peter McEnery – enjoyed its premiere in Chichester’s Minerva Theatre three years ago.

Laila Kassab

Positive response to Gaza artist's work on show in Chichester

Chichester’s Pallant House Gallery is reporting a strong and positive response to its latest Outside In exhibition – a commission which invited Palestinian artist Laila Kassab to produce new work inspired by Outsider artist Scottie Wilson.

Littlehampton MP Nick Gibb with 2nd Wick Guides and their leader, Lucy Buckingham

Littlehampton Girl Guides talk over political issues with MP

Women and politics were the focus when Littlehampton MP Nick Gibb visited 2nd Wick Guides.

Liquid nightclub in Chatsworth Road, Worthing SUS-180718-165805001

Worthing nightclub submits laser zone planning application

Liquid nightclub and Oxygen bar in Chatsworth Road, Worthing, has applied for permission to install a laser zone entertainment facility on its first floor.

Solly March celebrates scoring at Bournemouth last season. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

March signs new long-term deal with Brighton

Winger Solly March has celebrated his 24th birthday by signing a new long-term deal with Brighton.

Brighton Pride parade (Photograph: Eddie Mitchell)

Everything you need to know ahead of Brighton Pride

The country’s most popular LGBTQ+ event returns to Brighton this summer with a ‘Colour my World’ theme and Britney Spears headlining its festival.

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Artist's impression of the new building for the Angmering School

Angmering School expansion plan gets the nod

Plans to expand The Angmering School have been given the go-ahead, much to the delight of the headteacher.


Charity Guild Care celebrates £440k lottery grant

Charity Guild Care is celebrating being awarded £440,000 by the Big Lottery Fund.

The car is now restored to its former glory

German General’s car seized by Royal Sussex Regiment in Second World War is brought back to life

A former German general’s car seized by the Royal Sussex Regiment in the Second World War has been restored to working condition.


HM Courts Service: Results list for July 13 to 19, 2018

The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing from June July 13 to 19.

A masterplan of the New Monks Farm development

What happens next with Lancing IKEA plans?

Residents hoping for a final decision on a controversial planning application for 600 homes and an IKEA in Lancing were left disappointed on Wednesday as councillors voted to defer their decision.

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