A MAN with a knife tried to rob a Tesco Express.
A CAR was set on fire in a suspected arson attack as children played nearby.
A "brown pebble" spotted by a fossil hunter on a Sussex beach more than a decade ago has been confirmed as the first known example of petrified dinosaur brain.
AN immigration offender has been detained following an operation at a car washing business.
A MERCEDES driver and his passenger were left with serious injuries after a crash with a mini-bus left the A27 closed for several hours.
Solly March could return to Albion's first team squad for the first time in ten months against Norwich at the Amex on Saturday.
A KNIFEMAN has fled empty handed after attempting to hold up a convenience store.
A DISAGREEMENT over a cigarette lighter left a man without part of his ear.
BRIGHTON Museum has been shut for the day after a fire caused by arsonists.
BRIGHTON boy Russell Martin could be back in a central role when Norwich City visit the Amex.
FORMER Peacehaven mayor Robbie Robertson and Rother District Councillor Gennette Stevens have faced the music after they were pulled up for not paying the council tax.
A MAN who is accused of breaching a restraining order preventing him from contacting a Brighton woman is being hunted.
Miller Homes has smashed its fundraising target of raising £100,000 for Habitat for Humanity GB’s Hope Builders campaign four months ahead of schedule.
Please do come along to our November auction at the Sussex County Cricket Ground in Hove (11am) and experience for yourself properties selling right in front of your very eyes. We literally have something for everyone in this particular auction…
Private developers, Southern Space, have appointed Oakley to sell their prestigious new development Claremont Heights in Denton, Newhaven.
JAMIE MURPHY has urged Albion to beware of a Norwich backlash in their “massive” showdown at the Amex.
AN expert in immigration law has criticised the government for failing to set out potential consequences post-Brexit for EU nationals who have been living in the UK for many years
A RESIDENT who was shot by his neighbour after a dispute is asking why he was never told he lived next door to a man who beat his mother to death.
THIS listed garden is in its autumn finest but the seasonal beauty hides some spooky goings on.
THE regulator charged with ensuring health services are safe has admitted it does not know which firms are transporting patients to hospital appointments in Sussex or whether their vehicles are safe, The Argus can reveal.
LEWES will be without a train service for most of November 5 when tens of thousands of visitors pour in to the town to watch the country's biggest Guy Fawkes Night celebrations.
FOR 50 years Rockinghorse has been helping sick children get better.
EXILED islanders from a British-controlled territory are expected to find out within weeks if they can leave the Sussex town they have had to call home for forty years and return to their homeland, the Government has said.
CHILDREN born prematurely are at risk of poorer language performance than term-born children - and paediatricians should refer them for language tuition at the earliest age.
SCORES of friends, families and loved ones are on the Snowdog hunt and sending us their selfies to prove it.
HOPES of serving a main course at a House of Commons banquet in a television show were last night dashed for a Sussex star chef but his fish dish could still feature.
A CHARITY stalwart is spreading awareness of breast cancer after dyeing his hair bright pink and is on target to total £300,000 in his fundraising.
ANYONE who goes down to Westbrook Way this Halloween will be in for a big fright.
GOLDEN Olympic couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott ended their month-long honeymoon touring some of Europe’s most beautiful locations by stopping off in Hastings.
SIXTEEN councillors received reminders or court summons for not paying council tax last year but some local authorities are refusing to name them including in Brighton.
EXTRA steps have been taken to try to prevent missed opportunities like those that led to the death of agony aunt Sally Brampton.
HOMES for sale in Brighton and Hove are snapped up three weeks faster than the UK average.
A HEALTH communications firm has been crowned Specialist Consultancy of the Year at the prestigious PR Week Awards.
AN AMBULANCE firm will review more than 5,000 phone calls amid concern that 999 operators may not have been able to direct critically ill patients to nearby defibrillators.
MAIDLOW Brian 27th October 2013 A loving Husband, Dad and Grandad, sadly missed though never forgotten. From your ever loving family. xxx
HAMPTON Sally Passed away peacefully after a short illness on 21st October 2016. Greatly missed by her husband George, children Liz, Hazel and Richard and her grandchildren Ian, David and Ann-Marie. Funeral service to be held at Portslade Baptist…
FEATHERBE Annie God Bless you on your Birthday Annie. Thinking of you Sleep tight. Brian, Janet and Jim xxx
CAMPBELL Josh (Stretch) Happy 21st Birthday cocker. All our love to you Dad, Goof & Hannah xxx
WYNER Patricia Passed away on 12th October 2016 at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, after a short illness. She will be sadly missed by family and friends. Funeral service at Woodvale Crematorium, North Chapel, on Friday 28th October at 11am. No…
BARRY GRAHAM HOLLAMBY (Deceased) Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the aforementioned deceased, late of 167 Braeside Avenue Brighton BN1 8SP, who died on 19/07/2016 are required to…
DOROTHY MARION ERREY (Deceased) Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the aforementioned deceased, late of Grosvenor Lodge Residential Care Home 40 Old Shoreham Road Hove East Sussex BN3…