After the absolutely appalling performance by Connex and Railtrack in recent weeks, it is now time to reopen the Shoreham to Horsham line to provide another route and more capacity towards London that we desperately need.
Tim Henman's Samsung Open bid is threatened by one of his Grand Slam conquerors or Greg Rusedski's team-mate.
Teenager Lee Childs took the Samsung Open by storm at the Brighton Centre last night.
Martin Lee lost in the first round of the Samsung Open, then pocketed one of his biggest cheques of the year.
Albion defender Andy Crosby has been linked with a move to Second Division strugglers Swindon.
The inquest into the death of a Sussex man killed in the Hatfield train crash will not reopen for at least five months, a coroner said today.
Passenger fury reached a new low as hundreds of travellers spent hours stuck in "absolute terror" on a crammed train.
Fifteen people were arrested in Horsham this morning on suspicion of stealing cars or trying to break into them.
Helicopter and lifeboat crews were called out to recover a man's body found floating in the sea.
A man accused of murdering a pensioner and systematically stealing antiques from her home sold thousands of pounds of goods to an antiques centre, a court heard today.
Jeremy Boyse scored his 100th National League goal as Lewes gained revenge over Doncaster in division one on Sunday.
Regeneration of the City is the government's theme for today, encouraging people to come back to the cities to live and to rebuild communities.
Mid Sussex gained swift revenge over Crawley with a 4-2 victory in the Kent and Sussex League.
Brighton and Hove are not the only places where scores of homeless youngsters are sleeping rough.
I agree with the correspondent who deplores the fact that Bill Reynells' contract is not to be renewed and have written complaining to his base station in Oxford, as well as Guildford.
Prince Charles has a reputation for talking to plants in a bid to make them grow stronger and taller.
A convicted burglar from Eastbourne has been jailed after he admitted shoplifting and burgling a home while on licence from a previous sentence.
It was terribly unkind of P. Lloyd to criticise the Mayor Andy Durr for his appearance at the Remembrance Day service (November 15).
It may not be a case of shut your eyes and hope but new research from the University of Sussex suggests top batsmen don't keep their eyes on the ball continuously.
Blatchington Mill is one of the most successful secondary schools in Sussex, attracting more and more pupils each year.
While my Association members do not run bed and breakfast properties, they do let substantial numbers of properties in the local area.
Oving had Adie Miles in charge for their 3-2 victory over division two leaders Worthing United on Saturday.
Just imagine being able to translate documents written in French, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Italian and Japanese instantly on your own PC.
In the early Eighties, a coin-operated machine arrived in video arcades throughout Britain called Galaxian.
Most of us indulge in a glass or two at Christmas and with family and friends dropping in, a good supply of their favourite tipple is essential.
A group of graduates who launched its sports software company while still at college is now launching a range of CD Roms aimed at football fans.
Chaos set in at one of Britain's largest shopping centres with the launch of the world's first location-sensitive mobile phone advertising initiative.
Illustrators, artists, photographers and designers are invited to try out technology and meet up with like-minded people at a special presentation evening.
Sussex businesses are invited to take part in a new internet trade arena.
A free seminar is planned to show companies how to be more family friendly.
Workers in call centres are being offered bonus payments and family-friendly initiativesbecause of competition for staff.
Bandwidth - how much information or data you can send through a connection, measured in bits-per-second.
Encourage an interest in music with Adiboo I make Music. Despite the daft title, Adiboo offers a wealth of musical experiences and is educational and full of exciting features.
Even the smallest business in the South East can now join the on-line revolution, following the launch of a new Europe-wide initiative called ChamberSign.
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The Rev Paul Sinclair is an inner city clergyman on a mission to buy back his church building from the betting shop next door and build a youth centre for the local kids.
Detectives say student John Rees, stabbed to death after a birthday night out, may earlier have been caught up in a brawl on a nightclub dance floor.
The Trust USB SPYC@M just has to be the cheapest, smallest and lightest digital camera I have ever used.
E-commerce is just about the hottest topic in town but this week as even more dot com companies go bust.
The world's most exclusive car factory could be in production within three years, bringing 350 jobs to West Sussex.
American inventor Randi Altschul has come up with a disposable mobile phone made entirely from paper.
A newly-launched "queer- friendly" web portal features Brighton.
Seven new domain classifications have been approved by the internet's international governing body.
All taxis in Brighton could soon be fitted with safety screens after a series of savage attacks on drivers.
A group of fine art photographers is launching into cyberspace with the development of an online picture library.
Two Sussex bus operators have won national industry awards for excellence.
The latest incarnation of Print Artist is packed with features to do with a PC and printer.
What joy to hear that Citygrove has dropped its plan, in league with the Council, to destroy our seafront with such horrors as a multiplex and casino.
Sussex chartered accountants Hunt & Partners is set to help boost the economic performance of the region.
by financial specialist Garry Spencer of Worthing-based Wilbury Financial Management 01903 213222 or email@example.com