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Seafront café and water sports facility is approved

Business
Thy Will Be Done, in Goring Road, Worthing SUS-170412-091812001

Will-writing firm left behind £150k debt as it folded

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Worthing Magistrates Court

Ex-will writing firm owner convicted after Department for Work and Pensions investigation

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Missing teen is found safe

Crime

Burst water main repairs cause severe A27 traffic

Transport

Concern for missing 15-year-old from Angmering

News

Turkey Dash broadcast on prime time TV

News

Castle celebrates another big year

News
Designer Martin Storey signed copies of his book and picked the winner of the anniversary draw

Shoreham store welcomes customers from far and wide

Business
Sean Savage presenting the painting to Commodore Jerry Kyd

Lancing artist has ‘fantastic’ day on aircraft carrier with The Queen

News

Burst water main repairs cause severe A27 traffic

Transport

Broken-down vehicle causes traffic on Grinstead Lane

Transport
The mangled wreckage of the Peugeot 206 Sophie and Callum were travelling in. Sussex Roads Police Twitter

‘It’s a miracle they survived’ A27 crash’

Transport
A busy Brighton railway station (Photograph: Eddie Mitchell)

Rail disruption to last ‘until the end of the day’

Transport
Huge delays right across Southern lines

‘Major’ Southern rail disruption causing chaos

Transport

Ex-will writing firm owner convicted after Department for Work and Pensions investigation

News

Missing teen is found safe

Crime

Elderly lady conned into selling jewellery amid doorstep trader crackdown

Crime
Police wish to speak to the girl pictured in the CCTV images. Picture: BTP SUS-171213-104520001

County News: Police appeal after train hits bike thrown on to tracks

Crime

West Sussex Education Awards launched

Education
Students vote to go on rent strike

COUNTY NEWS: Students on rent strike over 'unsanitary conditions'

Education
Kate Wilson quit her job as a teacher to launch pioneering projects for children with special educational needs. Picture: Liz Pearce

Pioneering Worthing teacher aiming to start a university

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Chancellor Philip Hammond

Frustration at school funding Budget snub

Education

Seafront café and water sports facility is approved

Business
Thy Will Be Done, in Goring Road, Worthing SUS-170412-091812001

Will-writing firm left behind £150k debt as it folded

News
Designer Martin Storey signed copies of his book and picked the winner of the anniversary draw

Shoreham store welcomes customers from far and wide

Business
Hollie Kerley with her dad Mark, Southern Co-op colleagues and staff from The Springboard Project

Hollie ‘over the moon’ to win card competition

Business

Seafront café and water sports facility is approved

Business
Proposed site for 100 new homes in Yapton, behind St Mary's Church and south of Ford Lane

Residents fight developer as latest homes inquiry begins

News
This photograph of the first Thameslink train departing from Littlehampton to London Bridge, pictured at Goring-by-Sea, was sent in by John Vaughan. He said: "As and from Monday 11 December 2017 two important Littlehampton to London Bridge commuter trains (and evening return services) have been transferred to Thameslink operation from Southern, the first timetabled workings by that train opertaing company along the Coastway West lines. Photographed on a cold, wet and windy winter morning at 06.04 Class 700 No.700143 forming the very first such train, the 'driver only operated' 1H80, the 05.52 departure from Littlehampton, pauses at Goring by Sea station on its way to the Capital."

Thameslink trains arrive at more West Sussex stations

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Phil Bristow of Nsure

COLUMN: No great escape from flood claims

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Passengers will hope Southern trains can start scoring a few more 9s and 10s

Strictly judge Bruno: ‘Southern rail has better timing than you’

Politics

Ex-NASA engineer reveals quickest way to defrost windscreens

Environment
Rampion wind farm

Rampion wind turbines begin to spin

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Working on the Littlehampton Rain Garden in Maltravers Road

Rain garden inspires further flooding schemes

Environment

Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Health
Sussex Services For Autism has been running a Christmas appeal to bring a little cheer to families with vulnerable individuals

Appeal to bring Santa home

Health

How to keep warm and keep well as winter takes a hold

Health
Lady Emma Barnard, High Sheriff of West Sussex, left, meets twins during a visit to the Home-Start Family Group, accompanied by Jo Freeman, play lead Home-Start Arun

Double the fun for Home-Start

Health
Friends Kelly and Alice will cycle from John OGroats to Lands End in May

Cross-country charity cycle follows rare miscarriage

Health