In Full

News in Full

Sussex Police defends £750 spend on Pride cars

Sussex Police has defended its decision to spend hundreds of pounds on livery for two of its cars for Gay Pride events.

Grenfell Tower. Henry Nicholls /

Arun District Council to carry out safety tests after Grenfell Tower tragedy

Arun District Council said it would be carrying out safety tests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire in which more than 79 people are believed to have died.

Students show their planning for Day For Change at The Regis School

Students support Day for Change

The Regis School supported Unicef Day for Change to help change children’s lives.


Micropub is given the go ahead in Selsey

A micropub has been given the go ahead to set up shop in Selsey’s High Street.

A27 workshop 22-06-17. Build a Better A27 pledge

Pledge to build a better A27 as discussions continue

Community leaders and residents signed a pledge last night to work on a collaborative solution for the A27.

News 4
News. Photo: Shutterstock SUS-150807-174846001

Council confirms tip opening times are to extend

West Sussex County Council has confirmed Bognor and Littlehampton tips are set to open for longer as part of a trial.

News 4
The Rev Mark Eminson from St Thomas � Becket, Pagham, with pupils at Rose Green Infant School

Rose Green pupils help Raise the Roof

Children at Rose Green Infant School have just completed their second very successful fundraising project.

Vicky Meets Pat Moss

Panto costumes are year-round job

The sun may be shining, but Pat has Christmas on her mind.

Theatre and Comedy 1
The Saltdean Lido opening event SUS-170621-164214001

COUNTY NEWS: Making a splash! Crowds turn out for Lido reopening

A Sussex Lido opened to much fanfare last weekend after a £3 million refurbishment and seven years of hard work by volunteers.

News 1
The Arundel Festival are looking for teams to join their dragon boat races. Picture: Charlie Waring

Festival’s fiery call for dragon boat racers

Organisers of the Arundel Festival are looking for fiery competitors to take part in the annual dragon boat races.


Thousands of customers advised to change password following Virgin Media router concern

Virgin Media is advising more than 800,000 customers with a specific router to change their password immediately after an investigation found hackers could gain access to it.


Swarms expected in July

Honeybees usually swarm in July but Arundel Wetland Centre had two clusters appear early from its bug hotel in the meadow maze.

Members of the RMT union outside Horsham Railway Station (photo by the RMT). SUS-161123-093128001

Fresh strikes planned in Southern Rail dispute

The RMT union has announced its members are to strike for 24 hours, in the latest industrial action in the year-long Southern dispute.

Transport 4
David Bridle said it would be a 'win-win situation'. Photo by Derek Martin

Appeal for Pagham cycling routes may get a £20k boost

Calls for improved cycle routes to the west of Bognor Regis have been boosted this week by news Barfoots is set to make a £20,000 contribution to the project.

News 1
Shripney residents held a meeting to discuss concerns

Villagers feel lost in Arun’s ‘dash for housing’

‘People feel down, frightened and angry’, that was the update following a residents’ meeting in Shripney.

News 1
The University of Chichester. Pic: Contributed

Awards for Chichester college and university

Chichester’s college and university have both been awarded Silver in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) results released today.

Worthing and Bognor Regis branches of the National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society joined forces for the AS Awareness Day in Yapton

Branches join forces to raise awareness of condition AS

A joint meeting has been held in Yapton to raise awareness of the chronic condition AS, a form of inflammatory arthritis.

Rail news SUS-150617-143503001

UPDATE: Disruption due to ‘lightning damage’ cleared at Barnham

Disruption to rail services at Barnham has been cleared following reports of ‘lightning damage’ to signalling equipment, according to Southern Rail.

The Cormorant crane ship is being brought in to save Moby Dig

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Moby Dig’ to be freed next week

The stranded ‘Moby Dig’ will be liberated next week if the weather holds out, wind farm owner Rampion has confirmed.

Railway bosses criticise union over rejection of ‘significant pay offer’

Railway bosses criticise union over rejection of ‘significant pay offer’

Railway bosses have criticised union leaders for rejecting what they claim is a ‘significant pay offer’.

Load more