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The first Royal engagement since the announcement of her grandson Prince Harry's engagement, saw the Queen visit Midhurst and Chichester.Read the full story ›
A bath belonging to one of the richest Romans in Chichester has been unearthed in Priory Park. It dates back to the 3rd or 4th century AD.Read the full story ›
Car workers at Rolls Royce in West Sussex have walked out on strike for the first time in living memory.
They held an angry protest outside the site in Westhampnett near Chichester in a row over changes to the pension scheme.
The company says it is disappointed by the action and is trying to protect future pension provision.
But the union says the 24 hour stoppage is just the start of their campaign.
The closure of the pension scheme is scheduled for 31st May.
The union says it could see some workers lose up to £160,000 in retirement income.
David Elson, UNITE
A further six 24 hour strikes are planned on the following dates:
- Wednesday 3 May - workers at Hams Hall strike
- Friday 5 May - workers at Rolls-Royce at Goodwood strike
- Tuesday 16 May - workers at Cowley, Goodwood, Hams Hall and Swindon strike
- Thursday 18 May - workers at Cowley, Goodwood, Hams Hall and Swindon strike
- Sunday 21 May - workers at Cowley and Swindon strike
- Wednesday 24 May - workers at Goodwood and Hams Hall strike
Concern is growing for the welfare of a man who went missing on Good Friday. Simon Dalwood, aged 36, was last seen at his mother's home in Cornflower Close at lunchtime on Friday 14th April.
Sussex Police are appealing for anyone who sees him to contact the force by either emailing email@example.com ; or by telephoning 101 and quoting serial number 1225 of 14/04.
If Simon is in danger or in need of urgent medical help please dial 999.
"We are concerned about Simon as he has left without his wallet and car and this is out of character for him. If anyone has seen him please let us know."
Young patients at a hospital in Sussex have been given a mini Rolls Royce to drive to surgery. It's hoped the toy will give them a boost.Read the full story ›