A 14-year-old has gone missing having last been seen at a bonfire celebration.
ON THE spot fines for littering, fly-tipping and graffiti could be issued as soon as February.
Extra studies should be undertaken to ensure any changes to Brighton’s Valley Gardens regeneration scheme do not add to traffic jams, a report recommends.
TWO women have been banned from behaving anti-socially and harassing the public in a landmark injunction.
A MAN stole £100 after entering a house and demanding money claiming he’d cut the victim’s hedge.
TRIPE as he might, this thief left the scene without a sausage.
A WOMAN was subjected to a prolonged rape in a public garden before her attacker peddled away on a bike.
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A 15-year-old has gone missing from her home on the weekend after refusing to tell anyone where she was going.
A BODY has been found in ditch.
IT WAS the disappointment to end all disappointments for England.
A WOMAN was given ambulance attention after a fire in her flat.
CONCERN is growing for a man missing for more than a month.
From the moment Belinda Carlisle pranced on stage and launched into Runaway Horses, the front rows of this sold-out gig leapt to their feet ecstatically, followed by the rest of the audience.
His career in presenting has really polished his stand-up performance not to mention giving him a free guaranteed laugh whenever X sees the Y.
Some of the most inspired ideas have been hatched in the pub.
Anyone who thought there was no longer an appetite for a group of blokes from the Midlands playing a bygone fusion of reggae, pop and jazz should have popped their head into the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Friday night.
Chiddingly Church was the fitting venue for the finale of this year’s Chiddingly Festival by the classical string quartet, the Benyounes.
The Miser has been worked over many times since it was first written.
Robert Cohen’s single-handed portrayal of Hamlet’s cynical and at times world-weary uncle (or mayhaps father!) Claudius was both entertaining and intellectually-satisfying.
A MAN was seriously injured when his car left the road and crashed into a wall and some street furniture.
Mark Robinson has signalled his intention to continue as Sussex coach.
The Young’Uns showed their class at their concert at the Chiddingly Festival and proved exactly why they were named best group at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.
The Bonfire Society’s display on the seafront created a World War Three style atmosphere during the second half of Michael Palin’s Eastbourne talk.
Albion boss Chris Hughton has tipped Solly March to grow into a better player.
THE re-opening of a much-loved historic lido remains in doubt with campaigners and the council at loggerheads over funding.
TWO people had to be rescued after getting cut off by the tide.
Church offers "unreserved apology" to victims of Peter Ball
AIR quality at Gatwick has improved over the past year, a new report by airport bosses has claimed.
A BRIGHTON seafood restaurant will represent the South East alongside the nation’s best in a charity cookbook.
A FUNDRAISING fireworks spectacular has proved its absence from the seasonal calendar was not furlong after overcoming several hurdles to find a new home.
SHOPPERS got interactive personal styling advice at the weekend - thanks to a new app.
NINE patients died and thousands more were harmed following blunders and safety issues at hospitals across Sussex.
IT is hardly a shot put or javelin, but launching a pea nearly 30 metres down the road in autumnal weather is no mean feat.
FOR many in Westminster Lord Denis Healey will be remembered for his distinctive eyebrows.
EXCAVATIONS will begin today to dig up a Spitfire from the field where it has lain for 75 years.
THERE are calls for stricter safety rules for landlords after a man fell from a balcony and was impaled on railings below.
GEOFF Stonebanks refuses to call himself a gardener.
JAMIE Oliver has called for Brighton and Hove to implement a sugar tax.
AN INDIE band got a taste of reggae history when they visited a legendary Jamaican recording studio founded by Bob Marley.
SUSSEX’S tallest building is now a lifesaver after a charitable donation.
Dale Stephens believes Albion have the ingredients to sustain a promotion challenge in the Championship – despite frittering away six points.
18 TODAY! Max Bower Happy 18th Max, all the best for the future. Lots of love Mum, Dad, Alfie, Ava, Nan and Grandad xxxxxx
BROOKS Steve Passed away suddenly on 24th September 2015, aged 59 years. Loving husband to Jackie, son to Joyce, and brother to Sally, he will be sadly missed by all his family and friends. Funeral Service on Friday, 9th October at Woodvale…