West Sussex Gazette

Horsham supermarket to close for refurb

News
The possibility of an A27 bypass at Arundel has always proved divisive. Picture: Derek Martin

County councillors encouraged to back controversial A27 bypass route

Transport
JPCT 050812 S14321443x Horsham. Courtyard practice, London Road -photo by Steve Cobb SUS-140508-110149001

Doctors’ surgeries to merge and move onto one site

News
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‘Huge battle’ awaits to cure town’s need for a chemist

News

UPDATE: ‘Armed police’ spotted near college

Crime

Public meeting to discuss bypass

News

HM Courts Service: Results list for September 1 to 14, 2017W

Crime

HM Courts Service: Results list for September 1 to 14, 2017

Crime
The family of Mr R Mann at the civic service presentation reception

Community members honoured at award reception

News
Harlequins players at Hurst College

Hurst College hosts Harlequins training day

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Ian Chapman with new signing Gary Elphick

Elphick signing is a 'coup' for Burgess Hill Town

Football
Harry Finch / Picture by Phil Westlake

Jordan knows his Onions - and Sussex young guns nab victory at Durham

News
Brighton boss Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Ian Hart: Chris, you might want to take the handbrake off

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Crawley Town defender Yorwerth aims to bring back three points from Barnet

Football

Wilson wins it for Bosham... Sids win at Rottingdean

Football

Hughton: How we respond to defeats will be key

Football

Crawley Town head coach Harry Kewell praises ‘our rock’ Josh Yorwerth

Football
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Forged Line Dance Company at Havant

Arts
Louise

Vicky meets… Louise Simons, Zumba instructor and dance teacher

Arts
Nik Kershaw

Nik Kershaw, cornflakes and fame!

Music

PICTURES: Crowds turned out in force for carnival events

Lifestyle

PICTURES: Worthing welcomes food lovers to enjoy its ‘best festival yet’

Whats on
Robin, Erithacus rubecula, perched on bowl of windfall apples in garden.

Less is more for wildlife in your garden this autumn

Lifestyle