A coroner has recorded a verdict of accidental death at the inquest of Christopher Bailey who was 'crushed' by weights in his home gym.
An inquest has heard how the body of Christopher Bailey, aged 28, was found trapped beneath a weightlifting bar at his home in Sussex.
A couple from Worthing want to raise awareness of Vitamin D deficiency after doctors failed to diagnose their daughter's fractured thigh.
A Sussex man, believed to be the oldest driver in the country, has died at the age of 106.
Harry Jamieson from Worthing never took a driving test, and learnt to drive in an armoured vehicle.
He regularly took his red Ford Escort, which he'd had for twenty years, to the local shops. His family now hope his beloved old car will go to a good home.
Sussex Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian was hit by a bus.
It happened near to a bus stop on South Street in Worthing on Wednesday afternoon, at around 5:30pm.
The 53-year-old woman who was hit was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with a serious leg injury.
Anyone who may have seen what happened should call 101 quoting serial 1063 of 26/2.
The issue of bereaved relatives and friends leaving personal memorabilia to mark the spot where their loved one's ashes have been scattered is becoming more and more contentious across the region.
There's been a huge increase in the number of items, including miniature headstones, ornaments and even fencing.
Now, one crematorium at Worthing in West Sussex has decided to remove the items - saying they are inappropriate. But some mourners say the objects help them remember their loved ones.
The interviewees in Malcolm Shaw's report are: Sheila Howell, a Crematorium visitor and Councillor Clive Roberts, Conservative, Worthing Council.
Anna Taylor from Worthing developed cancer on her face after using a sunbed almost every day in her early twenties. She has issued a warning to others about the dangers of excessive tanning.
Following our report on her story, ITV Meridian interviewed dermatologist Dr Dev Shah, from the British Association of Dermatologists.
Anna Taylor from Worthing used a sunbed almost every day for three years - and developed cancer on her face. She noticed a mark on her face which doctors discovered was a carcinoma. Ms Taylor has been left with a huge scar following surgery. Malcolm Shaw has her story.
A 25 year old man has been arrested after a cannabis factory was found by fire crews tackling a blaze in Worthing.
Up to thirty fire fighters were at the property on Salisbury Road - when they discovered equipment used to grow the drug. Neighbours say they're "stunned". Charlotte Wilkins Reports.
A neighbour has spoken of her shock, after 30 firefighters attending a fire at flat in Worthing, found a suspected cannabis factory. Crews attended the fire last night in Salisbury Road where they found a large amount of equipment used to grow the drug.
No one was inside at the time of the fire. We spoke to neighbour Sheena Webster.
Police are appealing for witnesses after firefighters discovered a cannabis factory while they were searching for people trapped in a house fire.
The fire started in a property in Salisbury Road, Worthing at 8:30pm last night.
There were reports that people could have still been trapped in the house, which firefighters attended.
When searching the property, they didn't find any one but instead found a cannabis factory set up on the top floor.
Detective Sergeant Colin O'Hare of West Sussex CID said, "We would like to know who has been visiting the address over the last few weeks and months and hope residents can help us."
Anyone with information should call 101 quoting serial 1414 of 11/12.
Police have confirmed that a fire at a flat in Worthing started in a cannabis factory.
The fire broke out in the property in Salisbury Road at 8.40pm last night.
Four people from a neighbouring property had to be rescued.
Investigations are underway into the cause of a fire at a flat in Worthing.
Up to forty firefighters were needed when it broke out on Salisbury Road last night, as well as an ambulance.
No one was injured.