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Pharmacy closes in supermarket

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

Health
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.

News
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.

News

Demolition of Worthing's Teville Gate car park complete

The last standing piece of the multi-storey car park at Worthing’s Teville Gate has been demolished.

News
Artist's impression of the new building, seen from the car park, with the view of Arundel Castle retained

Lido expansion plans take giant leap forward

Expansion plans that will turn Arundel Lido into a community hub for the town have been approved.

News
Dr John Godfrey SUS-180523-133459001

GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

Dr John Godfrey is stepping away from his work at Gatwick at a time when the airport ‘is in very good shape’.

Transport
Head teacher Thomas Moore and senior associate solicitor Gareth Collins with pupils at Bury Primary School

Tree gift fits perfectly with school’s environmental award

An oak has been planted at Bury Primary School as a permanent reminder of the important role trees play in the environment.

Environment
Snippet from Worthing Herald of August 14, 1942, about Heinkel crash in Lyndhurst Road

Herald report on wartime aircraft crash in Worthing inspires book

A Worthing Herald report on a Second World War German aircraft crash has served as the inspiration for a new book by a Worthing author.

Lifestyle
Hastings Pier. Photo by Eddie Mitchell.

COUNTY NEWS: Rumour of pier sale sparks protest gig

Employees are to hold a protest against rumours a popular Sussex pier will be sold to Sheikh Abid Gulzar from Eastbourne Pier.

News
Drivers and radio operators from Apollo Taxis. Picture: Barry and Nichola Photography

Taxi firm staff support cancer charity

Staff at Apollo Taxis in Littlehampton are spending June getting fit to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Business

PICTURES: Train Party launches after-school club

Littlehampton mum Sarah Baker has turned her son’s love of trains into a family-run business.

Business
Author and publisher Sandra Saer

Publisher celebrates 30 years in business

Author and publisher Sandra Saer has celebrated 30 years in the book industry, working as a one-man band.

Business
Highways England chose Option 5A (Binsted route) as its preferred A27 option for Arundel. Picture: Derek Martin

Arun’s Lib Dem leader criticises park authority over Arundel A27 bypass vote

The South Downs National Park Authority’s plans to seek a judicial review of the Arundel A27 decision has been criticised by the leader of the Lib Dems on Arun District Council.

Transport
Oskar de Rocha and Kostya Petrov

COUNTY NEWS: 'Cereal and doodle cafe' opens in Sussex

They've been popping up in London over the last few years, but now a cereal cafe has opened its doors in Sussex.

Business
The team behind the Bistrot Pierre project on Worthing promenade at the public consultation in St Paul's Church in Chapel Road, Worthing

Plans for seafront bistro with retractable roof get unveiled

Plans for a seafront shelter to be transformed into a French bistro have been unveiled to the public.

Business
The crack in the Arundel A27 bridge. Picture: Suzanne Weaver

Crack in Arundel A27 bridge is ‘no danger to the public’

A large crack in an Arundel bridge is not a danger to the public, Highways England has confirmed.

Transport
Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Carphone Warehouse to close 92 stores as profits tumble

Nearly 100 Carphone Warehouse stores are to close this year as the retailer’s new boss pledges to “take action” to tackle challenges in the firm’s troubled mobile phone unit.

Business
Geri Blake planted a marigold in a pothole on Portland Road, Worthing to get the attention of West Sussex County Council.

Frustrated resident plants flowers in pothole

A green-fingered resident fed up with the potholes in our roads has put the dent to good use.

Transport
WH Smith came bottom of the Which? customer satisfaction survey

WH Smith voted worst store on the high street in Which? survey

Britain’s highest and lowest rated high street shops by customer satisfaction have been revealed in a survey by the consumer brand Which?.

Business
Arundel's MP, Nick Herbert, said he thinks a majority of residents support the bypass. Picture: Nick Herbert

Nick Herbert ‘appalled’ by park authority’s Arundel A27 decision

Nick Herbert said he is ‘appalled’ by the South Downs National Park Authority’s decision to seek a judicial review of Highways England’s Arundel A27 decision.

Transport
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