Cyclists vow legal action over ‘irrational and unlawful’ move to shut cycle lane
A row over a decision to remove a lockdown cycle lane in Shoreham is to lead to legal action against a local council.
More than half a million COVID-19 vaccines have been given to people across Sussex
The infection rates in West Sussex continue to drop, with an average of 86.1 positive cases per 100,000 people across the county in the seven days from 13 to 19 February, compared to the national average of 119.9 per 100,000.
Police investigating after man is found with serious injuries in Bognor
Police are investigating a suspected assault on a man in Bognor Regis, which is suspected to be a stabbing.
Work to partially demolish County Buildings in Crawley is scheduled to start soon
This project is a key part of the One Public Estate initiative, with the County Council seeking to secure the long-term redevelopment of the site: the partial demolition will make this a more attractive proposition.
MP for Littlehampton and Bognor says face coverings in schools not mandatory
Face coverings and asymptomatic Covid-19 tests in secondary schools will not be compulsory when pupils in England return to class next month, the schools minister has confirmed.
Drink driver causes crash but claims he "felt fine to drive"
A motorist who caused a crash, while almost four times the drink-drive limit, said he “felt fine to drive”.
Vitacress supports local charities throughout pandemic
Sussex-based fresh produce supplier, Vitacress Herbs, has helped to provide much needed support during a time when charities have had to cancel their fundraising activities.
Police Appeal: Attempted robbery in Storrington
Another vulnerable person has been a victim of someone trying to steal their watch.
West Sussex woman's clothes collection seen on London's Fashion Week
A Bosham woman's collection for River Island unveiled during London Fashion Week after she wins MTV’s Music Meets Fashion Competition
Early Help Redesign consultation approved
People will have the chance to give their views on proposed changes to a service supporting vulnerable children and families.