Friday Mar 7
Midhurst and Petworth
Virtual 'dig' to uncover the secrets of the South Downs
SPECIAL plane equipped with cutting edge technology is being used next week to search for the lost archaeology hidden under the South Downs National Park's ancient woodland.
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Friday Mar 7
River Arun debris a 'threat to life' claims sailor
FISHERMEN and councillors have raised their safety fears over 'derelict moorings' in Littlehampton which they say are an 'accident waiting to happen'.
Friday Mar 7
Million pound-plus boost for Bognor Regis town centre welcomed by traders
Chris Heaps, the chairman of the town's traders' association, said the news of the A 1.65m boost for the retailing area was a big boost.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Brighten the lives of Arun's needy adults
The Arun Sunshine Group offers a special outreach programme to help adults with learning disabilities get the most out of life.
Firms set to be asked about views on A29
BUSINESSES are set to be asked their views about a road some claim is strangling the town's economic life.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Littlehampton shocked by 'devastating' plan change
CONCERN is mounting after a key clause in Littlehampton's neighbourhood plan designed to protect the town's current leisure sites was removed by Arun District Council - without any consultation.
Shop under threat as authority cuts hours
CLAPHAM residents have expressed their anger at a decision to restrict trading hours of the village store and coffee shop.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
'Save our village from overflowing sewage'
Richard Hammond, a member of the Barnham Village Drainage Group, said he feared villagers could be waiting years to see any improvements.
Shapes In The Water
Two of the old submerged boats rotting away in one of the many tidal lagoons on the western bank of the River Arun in Littlehampton, West Sussex, England.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
New Aldingbourne homes rejected
Councillors decided to reject the plan for the 268 dwellings a even though the developer made a last-minute offer of A 1.34m to improve the A29.
The flooded fields at Pulborough in West Sussex, England. Here the River Arun has burst it banks and the late afternoon winter sun makes shadowy shapes of the trees trapped in the newly created silver lake.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Albion joining forces with Arun to fight fat
Residents will be given help and advice on how to slim their waistlines by Albion in the Community , the charity arm of the football club.
Re-think on where houses go in light of floods
ARUN'S top councillor for planning has assured the authority that flood risks around proposed new housing will be taken seriously.
Oldlands Farm shows town is 'open for business'
They are making a second bid to secure enterprise zone status for many of its commercial areas.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Plea to keep area blooming brightly made
Greg Burt, chairman of the Bognor Regis in Bloom Working Committee launches the Bognor in Bloom event.
Pickles vows to fight for Pagham sea defences
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has vowed to lobby for more Government support for flood defences at Pagham beach after visiting the battered sea front on Thursday.
Latest homes bid given the go-ahead by planners
The 25 dwellings were backed by Arun District Council's development control committee for land behind existing properties on North Bersted Street.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
MP's proposal for alternative to Brighton mainline
COMMUTERS left stranded by a flooded main railway route this week could benefit from a proposed multi-million pound link from the coastal line to Arundel and on to London.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
West Sussex Today
VIDEO: Housing approvals 'caused Pulborough flood tragedy'
A parish councillor said that a 'catastrophic' network of drainage and sewage systems have led to persistent flooding in Pulborough.
The Tree On The Bridge
Well not actually on the bridge, but in this shot it looks like it could be. This is another view of the swollen River Arun as it passes under the ancient bridge at Stopham in West Sussex, England.