Pharmacy closes in supermarket

A pharmacy with late opening hours in a Worthing supermarket has closed down.

Citizens Advice Bureau staff, Littlehampton, Luca Badioli. Photo by Derek Martin

Universal credit to take over benefits in Arun and Chichester

As the biggest-ever change to the benefits system is set to roll out in full across the area, the Citizens Advice Bureau has said it is on hand to help.

Arundel cathedral. Picture: Steve Cobb

Arundel business owners ‘intimidated’ by homeless man

Business owners in Arundel feel intimidated by a homeless man who has been wetting himself and behaving aggressively, according to one businesswoman.

Roy Amos, left, with members of the Littlehampton Lads in their workshop in Rope Walk. Picture: Derek Martin

Littlehampton Lads need help to keep their workshop

In the case of the Littlehampton LADS, the phrase ‘cottage industry’ should be ‘shed industry’.

(From left) Abigail O'Donnell, Vernon Carlyle and Holly Lumsden. Photo by Derek Martin Photography

Landlord celebrates as judge secures pub’s future

A publican has celebrated a judge’s decision that gives him security for the future.


MP meets residents flooded by bank holiday downpour

MP Nick Gibb has met residents whose properties suffered damage in the bank holiday flooding.

Jack Delbridge, second from left, and Worthing Borough Council leader Daniel Humphreys, far right

Worthing and Lancing A27 route announcement delay criticised

When Highways England announced its vision for the A27 between Worthing and Lancing, it received a frosty reception.

Roger Elkins, far left, and residents by the site where the proposed ASDA petrol station would be. Photo by Derek Martin Photography

Asda resubmits plans for petrol station along A259

Plans for a petrol station at the Asda superstore in Ferring are back on the table.

Littlehampton mayor Billy Blanchard-Cooper will be raising money for Arun Youth Projects in his second mayoral year

Mayor backs youth charity for fundraising

The mayor of Littlehampton has chosen a youth charity to support in his second year in office.

Dean Milburn, 16, from Arundel. Picture: Sussex Police

Teenage boy missing for a week after train journey

A teenage boy has been missing for a week after boarding a train to London.

Mohamed Barakat, 63, from Goring, next to his front door which was broken into. The dent can be seen on the doorframe where the burglars forced one of the three locks.

Husband’s despair as thieves steal wife’s operation money

A man has spoken of his despair after thieves stole money to fund a life-changing operation for his disabled wife.

Chloe Boarer's car was dented

Parking vigilante dents student nurse’s car

A student veterinary nurse said she is too scared to return to her favourite spot after a vandal damaged her car.

Roy Amos from Littlehampton on his Vespa PX in Brighton

Famous scooter set to raise thousands for injured veterans

Comedian Rob Brydon has ridden on his eye-catching Vespa PX – but Roy Amos’ latest journey is to raise money.

Yvonne Snyman writes stories about Sammy the teddy bear's adventures in Littlehampton. Photo by Derek Martin

Teddy’s travels around Littlehampton spread to Zimbabwe

The exploits of an entrepid teddy bear around our town have travelled the bearways to Africa.


Crowdfunding campaign launched for second Arundel Bypass challenge

A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise money for a second legal challenge to the Arundel Bypass plans.


VIDEO: War heroes get a warm Worthing welcome in 70th taxi outing

War heroes received a warm welcome from the people of Worthing after black cabs ferried them down from London for the 70th taxi outing.
Members of the Littlehampton Miniature Railway in Mewsbrook Park

Miniature railway set to celebrate 70th anniversary

A miniature railway is celebrating the next platform in their history with a special gala weekend.

Sussex Day

Town crier and clog dancing to make Sussex Day shine

A town crier, clog dancing and a choir will be just some of the attractions at an event being held in Littlehampton Town Centre to celebrate Sussex Day.

John Coles with old photographs of their house and garden. Picture: Kate Shemilt

Campaign to save Audi trees backed by son of the man who planted them

The son of the man who planted the threatened trees on the Worthing Audi site has come forward to praise the campaign to save them.

DM1851810a.jpg. Toby Harris sets off on European road trip to raise money for St Barnabas House hospice which looked after sister. Photo by Derek Martin Photography SUS-180519-184535008

PICTURES: Duo raises thousands in drive across Europe

When Toby Harris showed his friends and family the car he would be driving across Europe in, it raised a few eyebrows.

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