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Historic highlights of racing festival

The Argus:

12:53pm Tuesday 1st July 2014

LAST weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed was a roaring success once again. The event, which is held annually in the grounds of the Goodwood estate, has become a highlight of the racing calendar since its inception in 1993.

Moving back to traditional transportation

The Argus: A cutting from The Evening Argus, May 17, 1983

11:21am Tuesday 10th June 2014

Moving house is supposed to be one of the most stressful experiences we go through. So spare a thought for the days before the motorcar when the journey between Brighton and London took three days. FINN SCOTT-DELANY looks back.

Sport Nostalgia

Former Seagulls: Norman Albert Gall

The Argus: Norman Albert Gall

11:40am Tuesday 1st July 2014

Position: Defender Born: September 30, 1942 in Northumberland Time at The Albion: 1962-74 Apps: 448 (four goals) Height: 5ft 9in Weight: 11 st 5lb His story: For 11 years Norman Gall was Albion’s ‘Mr Reliable’.

100 years ago

Residents tangle with Japanese visitor

The Argus: Residents tangle with Japanese visitor

11:26am Tuesday 10th June 2014

This is our regular Yesterdays ‘100 years ago’ section where we’ll take clips from The Argus a century ago and share them with our readers.

Then and Now

South Coast Road looks very different nowadays

The Argus: South Coast Road

1:10pm Tuesday 1st July 2014

While the road sweeps through just as it did in yesteryear the buildings flanking it look very different.

Mystery Pictures

Mystery pictures: Couple from 1953, chess players and a Miss Shoreham

The Argus: Does anyone recognise this old couple from 1953?

11:31am Tuesday 1st July 2014

Does anyone know what Miss Shoreham 1982 Joanne Hartland is up to these days?

Past Present

A lasting impression

The Argus: A lasting impression

12:00pm Monday 30th June 2014

Most French towns and cities name a number of their roads after people who have made a real contribution to the area.

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