WITH the general election just a week away, this week’s Herald special investigation looks at the voting process.
Starting from early on the morning of polling day, right through until the early hours of the next morning when the votes are announced, the feature is a comprehensive guide to all you need to know about an election.
From special stationery to staff who have to work 32-hour shifts, your in-depth guide will tell you all you need to know about the big day.
To find out more, don’t forget to pick up your copy of the Herald today (Thursday, April 30), priced 80p.
In this week’s people news section, we talk to three women who will be taking part in this year’s Night to Remember midnight walk for St Barnabas House hospice in Worthing.
The trio all have different reasons for wanting to take part, but each is keen to raise money for the Hospice at Home night service, which has proved very popular since it was launched.
This week also includes our monthly five-page Business Matters special, where we look at how a dance instructor has turned a derelict building into a new dance club, along with a host of other stories.
We also have the latest court case results, roadworks and nostalgia for our readers.
And, of course, we have all the usual columnists, parish pump, picture specials, features and entertainment to keep our readers busy.
Don’t forget, if you subscribe to the Herald, you will get it for 64p a week instead of 80p.