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COUNTY NEWS: Raids as police crackdown on drugs in Sussex

Police have made several arrests after drug raids in Sussex this week.

Firefighters attending an incident in 2015. Photo by Eddie Mitchell

Fears fire engine crewing could be cut to ‘unsafe’ levels

Fears crewing of fire engines in West Sussex could be cut to ‘unsafe’ levels have been expressed by opposition county councillors.

One of West Sussex's rubbish tips

Top tips during ‘spring surge’ at rubbish tips

A ‘spring surge’ at West Sussex’s rubbish tips has prompted the county council to issue five top tips about using the sites.

Two thrill-seekers somersaulting from the top of a helter skelter at the end of a pier (Credit: Sam Shaw/

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Tombstoning’ warning after thrill-seekers jump from pier

A pair of thrill-seekers were captured on camera somersaulting 80ft into the sea from the top of a helter skelter at the end of a Sussex pier.

Silas loves to snuggle with owners

Dog of the Week – Silas

Silas is searching for a special someone and loves nothing more than a cuddle with human pals, say staff from Dogs Trust Shoreham.

Jonny Lea, 44, was almost a victim of the crime. Picture: Steve Robards

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Act now in improving your security’ warns kitchen fitter

A Sussex kitchen fitter who almost had his tools stolen from his van is warning other tradesmen to ‘act now in improving their security’.

Pothole concern for businesses

Pothole concerns for rural businesses

A major insurer has joined the pothole debate by urging motorists to take extra care as prolonged harsh weather and limited highway maintenance programmes are taking their toll on countryside routes.

Arundel Castle to be under siege this May bank holiday

Arundel Castle to be under siege this May bank holiday

It’s going to be a May Bank Holiday to remember at Arundel Castle, as a French raiding party will seize the Castle in an action-packed three-day event (May 26-28).

Police at the scene. Photo: Eddie Mitchell

UPDATE: Driver taken to hospital after collision in Ferring

A driver was taken to hospital to be treated for an arm injury after his car left the road and collided with a wall in Ferring this morning.

The search team. Photo: HM Coastguard Shoreham

Lifeboats help search for missing man in Worthing

Coastguard and lifeboat crews from Shoreham and Littlehampton helped the search for a ‘high risk missing man’ in Worthing last night.

Don Grasty appearing at Worthing Magistrates' Court in February. Pictures: Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Children’s home manager dies before trial for 101 sex offence allegations

A 94-year-old man has died before he could stand trial for 14 historic sex offence charges.

Jon Rollings ran a personal best time

Success at marathon for St Barnabas House supporters

A team of 23 runners took part in the Brighton Marathon to raise money for St Barnabas House hospice, with a further three running the BM10k.

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Sue Sula from the Brookside Memorial Garden Community Group at the graveyard next to the Brookside Industrial Estate, Rustington SUS-171010-130126001

Digging recommences to turn forgotten graveyard into memorial garden

A forgotten cemetery is being turned into a memorial garden, and organisers need your help.


Renewed appeal for missing Bersted man

Sussex Police has renewed its appeal for information regarding missing Bersted man James Leedham.

Hanover Care staff celebrating the 'good' CQC rating. Photo: Derek Martin DM1842180a.jpg

Worthing carers toast a clean sweep of good ratings

Carers are celebrating being rated good for the way they look after people who need it.

The Burgess Hill Bike Ride takes place on Sunday, June 3

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex bike ride to raise funds for ‘state of the art centre’

A bike ride in Sussex is to raise funds for a ‘state of the art centre’ where disabled young people can enjoy sports, drama and an ‘immersive 4D experience’ which will ‘whisk them virtually around the world’.


Sussex runners take part in London Marathon

Runners from all over Sussex completed the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday (April 22), raising money for a number of good causes.

Jason Rassell after completing the Virgin London Marathon 2018 Photography by / Danny Fitzpatrick

Marathon of success for determined runner

An East Preston runner completed the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday, raising £1,000 for British Heart Foundation.

On Saturday, April 21, Mod Mums celebrated their 50th birthday with a party at Rustington Methodist Church.

Mod Mums celebrate turning 50 with faces past and present

A mother and toddler group which has been running for 50 years has celebrated its birthday with some old friends.

Guests, including MP Nick Herbert, front centre, and organiser Andy Batty, rear standing, at Arundel Town Hall enjoying the Feast of St George

St George’s Day lunch helps mark Great War centenary

A patriotic St George’s Day lunch in Arundel helped raise more than £4,000 for Help for Heroes.

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