53 min ago | Chichester Today
A fire in a garage at a house in Bosham is being treated as potential arson, a police spokeswoman has said.
1 hr ago | Crawley Observer
And they were divided over whether Crawley could live up to its target of 240 houses a year - despite needing a projected 500 a year to accommodate growth.
3 hrs ago | Bognor Today
Linda Charge has owned her cake making shop in North Bersted parade for 15 years, and thought now is the time to branch out.
A new school and 69 homes will be built in Barns Green after the council granted planning permission, a move that has delighted many villagers.
Social enterprises are invited to bid for a share of up to A 300,000 with ideas that benefit the county economy, community and environment.
As previously reported, the Blue Flag's absence was due to last year's non-stop wet weather and a change in the rules for the water quality standard.
A couple of weeks ago Kate and Andy, a lovely couple from south London, booked me to do his 50th birthday party and after a thoroughly enjoyable kitchen gig - I think that's a first - I was complimented on my performance by the woman who runs the office at 10 Downing Street.
Road access to Gatwick Airport is being affected after a lorry fire on the M23 northbound this afternoon .
The call follows a report commissioned by the council that suggested black and ethnic minority staff had been discriminated against at the authority.
Brighton's legendary Poets vs MCs event has become an unmissable fixture in Brighton's cultural calendar - now in its 10th year, it's sold out venues as large as the Concorde 2 and involves more spats, cusses and wordplay than any hip-hop album you could name.
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FIREFIGHTERS from Petworth and Storrington were called to Fittleworth just before 9am today after reports that a refuse lorry was on fire.
HOW does your garden grow? It's a case of 'how does your business grow?' for nursery-owner David Burton.
A businessman has said he is still hopeful of setting up an ice rink at a historical site despite his plans being knocked back by council officials.
Matthew Kershaw, the chief executive of Brighton and Sussex University Hospital Trust, made the comments after a letter from Brighton and Hove City Council .
The 200-year-old skull discovered by a seven-year-old on a beach has found a new resting place.