In this week’s paper, a disabled woman was left stranded on a station platform because there was no one to help her onto a train.
A well-known figure in the farming and fishing community, who has died at the age of 66, will be ‘missed greatly by many people throughout Adur and beyond’.
A vast collection of signatures by history’s greatest figures, from Napoleon and Winston Churchill to Charles Dickens and Neil Armstrong, will be going under the hammer in Worthing.
The impact of ‘the utter breakdown of service’ on Southern Rail has been laid bare in a survey by a campaign group.
Antony Edmonds takes a look at the history of the Northbrook estate, Goring Hall, and the Lyon family.
Ahead of the Sussex Food & Drink Awards banquet Charlotte Harding talks to the two women behind the event which has put local produce firmly on the map.
Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Charlotte Owen answers your wildlife and conservation queries in Wildcall.
These are just some of the stories in this week’s paper.
There are dozens more news stories, features, picture stories, columnists, letters, business news, entertainment and sport.
There is also a round-up of cases from the local courts and details of the latest roadworks.
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