HOVE MP Peter Kyle has described the dramatic moments following a 'terrorist' attack in Westminster.
A BRIGHTON peer has called for a criminal investigation and public inquiry into claims the Met Police deleted files in a cover-up of illegal hacking into the emails of environmental and social justice campaigners.
A GIRL of 11 is seriously ill in hospital after being hit by a van.
Sussex Police has issued a public apology to the family of murder victim Shana Grice.
A teenager's murder at the hands of an obsessed stalker could have been prevented if police had listened to her fears, her devastated mother has said.
How the terrorist attack in Westminster unfolded.
TWELVE Sussex Police employees are being investigated over their handling of complaints from a murder victim, killed by her former lover.
Around a dozen caravans have parked up at a Brighton bingo hall.
A JILTED lover who stalked his ex-girlfriend has been found guilty of murdering her after she ended their relationship.
WHAT do a stuffed lioness, a David Attenborough Spitting Image puppet and a Cold War ejector seat have in common?
The number seven Beram Kayal wears for Albion is painfully appropriate.
THE JURY has begun its deliberations to decide if Michael Lane murdered Shana Grice.
A SUPERMARKET has pulled more than half of a company's beer and cider range from its shelves after the brewer tried to increase prices following the Brexit vote.
AWARD-WINNING girl band Little Mix have announced a date in Ardingly as part of an extensive UK tour.
It is thoughtful of Russell Martin to have played a role in Albion's promotion challenge - even if it is by accident.
R & B and funk icons Kool & the Gang have announced a gig at Brighton Dome.
LUKE WELLS faces a race against time to be fit for Sussex’s opening game of the season.
AN ACCIDENT involving one vehicle has been cleared.
TWO Second World War Spitfires flew over The White Cliffs of Dover yesterday to mark Dame Vera Lynn’s 100th birthday.
PARENTS are in uproar over plans to close a nursery due to a lack of pupils.
BERAM KAYAL has thanked Albion for awarding him a new contract when he was crocked.
THE controversial sale of two downland sites has been dropped in the face of fierce public opposition.
HEADTEACHERS have written to MPs to warn that funding changes will affect educational standards.
CAMPAIGNERS hope new housebuilding schemes will help pay to improve a pigeon-poo covered footbridge that has no disabled access after years of waiting for action.
SHOP openings these days are fairly drab affairs.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a mother who died after being crushed against a wall by a car.
A WILDLIFE rescue volunteer who has been rowing across the Atlantic Ocean for three months has completed his 3,000 -mile journey.
SCHOOLCHILDREN danced their hearts out in a spectacular evening of dance yesterday.
The Dowager Lady Crabtree has been an entertainer and public speaker for nearly 40 years. She has taken part in numerous radio and TV programmes and is writing her third book.
A BLIND war veteran celebrated the 75th year since he started receiving support from a specialist charity.
WARREN Morgan admits there is a problem with the student accommodation on our estates and thinks it unfair to for us to complain.