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 second man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a woman in Worthing.
The 50-year-old was found in a flat on Victoria Road on Tuesday.
A post mortem examiniation has been carried out but further tests need to be made to determine how she died.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after the discovery of a woman's body in a flat in Worthing. Sussex Police were called shortly before 6pm yesterday after a 50-year old woman was found dead in her ground-floor flat in Heron Court, Victoria Road.
She was pronounced dead at the scene and the incident's being treated as suspicious.
A 34-year-old man was arrested the same evening at an address in Warwick Street, Worthing, on suspicion of murder, and is currently in custody. A post-mortem examination is expected to be carried out later today.
– Detective Inspector Wendy Burton, Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team
The inquiry is at an early stage and we have yet to establish the full circumstances. We would like to speak to anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious at Heron Court in the hours before we were contacted. We would also like to hear from anyone who saw an altercation between a man and a woman, who we believe is the deceased, in Bedford Row, a roadway off Warwick Street, sometime around 4pm on Tuesday afternoon."
Photographers have been given the chance to see their work on display at Worthing Hospital, by entering a new competition.
The photos will be used to adorn the new Head and Neck facility which has been created by merging the old Ear, Nose and Throat departments.
There are two categories in the competition: entrants can submit images either in the 'West Sussex' section or 'Head and Neck' to reflect clinical work.
The best entries will be hung in the new department and there will be prizes for the top three of each category.
The NHS Trust is inviting people from across West Sussex to submit photos that are appropriate for display in public areas that are interesting, amusing or beautiful.
Photos can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org accompanied by a short description and location.
Disruption on Southern trains between Barnham and Worthing due to a fallen tree earlier on the line between Durrington-on-Sea and West Worthing.
Tickets being accepted on Stagecoach bus services.
Four paper boys have been attacked this morning.
All four boys left Martins Newsagents in Goring Street, Worthing at 7am on their bikes.
Shortly after, each one of them was individually attacked in nearby streets. Their mobile phones and bikes were taken.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of robbery and is in custody for interview and further enquiries.
The boys are not thought to have been seriously hurt.
Sergeant Jo Webb said, "We are still looking for a second suspect and anyone who saw any of the incidents or has any other information is asked to call us on 101quoting serial number 0166 of 7/10."
Thousands of pounds have been been posted through a church door in Sussex.
Police are trying to trace the owner of the large amount of cash that was handed in after it was posted through the door of St Mary of All Angels Church in Gratwicke Road, Worthing.
It is believed the bundles of cash were deposited on September 5. Police are keen to trace the owner of the cash or anyone who has information about how it came to be left at the church.
Anybody with information about this contact 101 quoting serial 0795 of 11/9.
It's been a week where energy prices have once again hit our headlines. Ed Miliband saying he'd freeze prices at the Labour Conference in Brighton. Energy firms warning that could lead to the lights going out.
Meanwhile, one pensioner from Worthing has had her own battle to fight - after elecricity provider E-On threatened to increase her bills by a staggering 18 thousand percent. Andy Dickenson reports.
Energy company, E-On has admitted it made an administrative mistake when it threatening to put up the monthly bill of a Sussex pensioner to more than £7,500 a month.
Betty Austin used to pay just £40 a month so was surprised to be told her payments for her two bedroom retirement home were going up by 18,000 per cent.
The company told her that it couldn't immediately rectify the error and urged her to cancel her direct debit - which she promptly did.
E-On says it is investigating how the mistake was made.
Video. He's never taken a driving test, but 106-year-old Harry Jamieson from Worthing is thought to be England's oldest driver. He's never had a speeding fine or a parking ticket. Charlotte Wilkins went to meet him.
Hypnotherapy can be used for many things like losing weight and given up smoking. But Alex Lenkei from Worthing used the process for a 2 hour ankle replacement operation. What's more, he put himself under just before the surgeon got to work. He joined Fred and Stacey in the studio.