Albion have been handed a home draw against League One opponents in the FA Cup.
A WOMAN has been jailed after her lies led to an innocent man spending five months in prison.
Union bosses have been accused by the rail minister of co-ordinating "politically motivated" strikes on the Southern Railway network.
Astronaut Tim Peake's space capsule has found a new home in the UK.
CONCERN has been raised for the welfare of a missing teenage girl.
Early bids have already started pouring in for some of the Snowdogs ahead of tomorrow’s auction.
Chris Hughton is set to make sweeping changes again to his Albion line-up when they enter the FA Cup.
A WOMAN was smashed over the head with a bottle and her friend punched in the face in a vicious street robbery.
TWO drivers were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash.
THE police helicopter has been scrambled to help in the hunt for a suspected stolen motorcycle.
FIVE secondary schools have formed an alliance to help train the next generation of teachers in a bid to raise standards.
A WOMAN has been ordered to undertake 80 hours of community work after falsely claiming more than £18,000 in benefits, despite having savings.
THE classic tale of Beauty And The Beast is proving great fun for both children and parents at a venue which is set to close after this run is done.
Just occasionally, parodies soar past their original inspiration and take flight into something completely different: well, not entirely as no radio audience would ever forget the cut glass accents of Dick Barton (Special Agent) nor the unmistakable…
Win a winter warmer for all the family at the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink
DEATH by a thousand cuts or trimming the fat off an oversized, bloated organisation?
MICHAEL Heseltine bidding £27,500 for a giant, brightly decorated model of a cow. It is a memory celebrity auctioneer Tim Wonnacott says will always stick out in his mind as one of the oddest moments of his 40-year career in the industry.
WHEN it comes to passing the municipal budget in February, councillors find themselves in an invidious position. Since 2010, over £140 million has been slashed by central Government in grant support to Brighton and Hove City Council.
Anthony Knockaert is set for an immediate return to Albion’s starting line-up for Friday’s showdown with Leeds at the Amex.
POLICE were last night hunting for a shoplifter who pulled out a hand gun in a supermarket.
Buses are set to replace trains in parts of the county as Southern Railway announced the implementation of a new emergency timetable.
AS WE have make clear today, the residents of Franklin Road, Hastings Road and Wellington Road in Brighton are innocent victims of a drugs problem that sees dealers regularly visiting the area.
Dale Stephens has branded Albion’s draw at strugglers Cardiff ‘not good enough’.
MORE than £36,000 is being spent to prevent taxpayers finding out details of how the i360 will be able to pay back its £36 million loan.
CANCER patients took to the catwalk in a charity fashion show.
MIGRANTS who have moved to Sussex from the EU are facing a language barrier when it comes to using some health services, a report has found.