Colin and Sarah Smith claimed Fast Division series honours despite failing to win either of the final two races in Chichester Yacht Club's Winter Snowflake Series.
Shoreham and Worthing clubs are joining forces next Saturday to have a beach clean at Shoreham.
A nurse failed to treat a seven-year-old boy as he suffered a potentially fatal reaction to a nut allergy, a disciplinary hearing was told yesterday.
Jess Willard was one of that select band who survived the Second World War and became an Albion footballer.
Micky Adams has saluted Albion's astonishing away support.
Another two weeks of virtual football suggest you don't absolutely need grass or muddy bits or even balls to follow the Albion.
MONDAY: Danny Cullip boosts Albion by pledging to return from ankle and elbow ligament damage ahead of schedule.
We as referees and linesmen always have banter between ourselves and there's one day that is etched in my memory.
A man who ran two brothels and laundered the profits faces losing his home.
Albion's promotion showdown against Chesterfield was an early casualty to rain.
Throughout this season, our team has faced many challenges.
MATT Wicks is ready to relieve a worry for Albion in the promotion run-in by ensuring they are not hamstrung in the centre of defence.
HOOKER Mike Lewin is ready to roll back the years and lead Bognor's promotion push.
I am heartily sick of the constant whining by feeble- minded "liberals" concerning the conditions in Lewes prison.
It's party time for St Francis. The Sussex Two West outfit have become the first title winners in Sussex this season.
Ardingly Reservoir has produced two pike over 20lb from the bank and both were taken on sea fish dead baits.
This picture shows the moment shop owner Amanulla Qureshi chased off two would-be robbers who fired a gun at him.
It is all systems go for next Saturday's Grand National - unless the race's four-year jinx strikes again.
Crawley Town chairwoman Jo Gomm has blasted the Dr Martens League for not extending the season.
Langney Sports have received a £100,000 windfall from the Football Foundation.
A man who died after suffering head injuries at a nightclub has saved the life of a fifth person.
Lewes have signed Conor McCurdy, who was released by Albion this week.
Ambulance crews are responding to 999 calls quicker than last year, according to new figures.
Sammy Donnelly hopes a double signing can inspire Worthing to an end of season revival.
When driver Malcolm Farley died, his best friends at Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company decided his name should live on.
Former Horsham striker Germain Amanuel has been offered a trial at Third Division Macclesfield.
Pub landlady Sue Wood is something of a celebrity at her village pub because she is recognised from her other job - as a dentist.
Jheni Osman is planning a visit to the Great Wall of China.
Regional planners have attacked John Prescott for giving the go-ahead for almost 200,000 new homes in the South-East over the next five years.
The loss of the final fixture in this season's Sussex Cross Country League produced unexpected results in the senior age groups.
From Torquay in the west to the east coast, anglers unable to get on their local beaches due to foot and mouth restrictions flocked to Pevensey Bay.
The queues of livestock awaiting slaughter grow longer and longer.
It was a tragedy when Hove plasterer Anthony Evans died after suffering injuries at a Brighton nightclub.
The top two lost in the Worthing Snooker League.
It is unfair of Councillor Jenny Langston (Argus, March 23) to blame the electoral services officers for the fact that the by-election has been called for May 3.
Jimmy White tackled Bexhill protege Jimmy Robertson over three frames at O'Sullivan's in Bexhill last Friday.
Brave Bobby Zamora maintained Albion's march towards promotion this weekend.
Adam Virgo made his first start for Albion against mid-table Mansfield at Withdean.
Grandfather referee Ben Benning might be fast approaching 80 - but there's no sign of him giving up.
The evenings are lighter, the daffodils are out, spring is in the air - so why do I feel miserable?
Hollingdean Albion's second string were delighted to see they had beaten RSA Sunday 6-1 and 2-1 in a Sussex Sunday League double header.
Albion U-13s girls Christine Brotherton and Siobhan Gorley have bagged 240 goals between them.
West Sussex League chiefs will be holding crisis talks at their monthly meeting this week.
An abattoir must be a terrible place, yet farmers have been sending their cows, pigs and sheep there so they may profit from the delectable flesh on the poor bones.
I've read some tosh in my time but he or she who must remain nameless (Opinion, March 22) having a pop at D Martin must take the biscuit.
Every now and again after a build-up of litter I pick up a few bits outside my door.
Champions Crowborough completed their Sussex Open League season with a 3-1 win over fourth placed Lewes IV.
If a County League club have ambition of higher-grade non-league football, they will require to pay cash to players and they will be the better players.
I wholeheartedly agree with John Parry (Argus, March 23).
Hopes are rising that an attempt to fast-track 11-point scoring instead of 21 on the whole world of table tennis from international play down to local leagues could be stopped.