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  • Hunt for sex pest pair

    Police are hunting sex pests who indecently exposed themselves to young girls in Eastbourne. read more

  • Goodwood: Alexius leaves it late for glory

    Ice-cool Kieren Fallon is eyeing the one British Classic missing from his collection after romping home on Alexius on the opening day of Glorious Goodwood. read more

  • Mystery buyer of Liberace's links

    Cufflinks belonging to Mr Showmanship himself have been sold for thousands of pounds to an overseas buyer. read more

  • Youth football: Hinsh's challenge

    Martin Hinshelwood has laid down a challenge to Albion under-17s to retain their Youth Alliance title. read more

  • Goodwood: Atavus clear favourite

    George Margarson's Atavus, a real revelation in two of this season's biggest handicaps, is 5-1 clear favourite to land another in the £100,000 William Hill Mile at Goodwood tomorrow. read more

  • Let the kids create things on their own

    Steyning youngsters bemoan the fact they have "nothing to do in the evenings" (Argus, July 24). All they want is a coffee shop or a hut. Would it not be wonderful in this age of "someone must provide it for me" if these youngsters were to do it for themselves? read more

  • Youth swimming: Claire close to medal

    Claire Manton missed out on a national medal by three hundredths of a second. read more

  • Youth Swimming: Lisa's at a crossroads

    Lisa Chapman has been painting the living room of the family bungalow while she recovers from a mystery illness that threatens her career. read more

  • Sense at last

    Good for Councillor Bodfish. Finally, a sensible voice. read more

  • Face burning issue now

    Incineration is the burning question for East Sussex County Council and it has to make a decision soon. read more

  • Hart of the Matter with Ian Hart

    Sol Campbell's move across North London rocked the soccer world and after what I witnessed last weekend I find it even harder to fathom out. read more

  • Rich myth

    I notice Chris Baker's hotline to Brighton Urban Design and Development (BUDD) and its allies has been buzzing in order to write the piece "A tale of a new city" (Argus, July 25). read more

  • Phone mast clampdown urged

    Tories are calling on the Government to ensure all mobile phone masts have to go before planners before they can be built. read more

  • Rail firms lag in payout league

    Sussex rail operators have fared badly in a survey assessing their compensation packages. read more

  • Youth athletics: Amala's French connection

    Amala Onoura, in her first year at under-17s, has earned an invitation to compete for the Great Britain under-19s against France. read more

  • Massage guru in sex assault claim

    An eminent massage guru molested two clients while supposedly practising an ancient oriental therapy, a court was told. read more

  • Stars head for coast

    Atomic Kitten, Louise and Damage will be headlining a town's first pop music festival. read more

  • Cabinet houses new-look council

    A council which has been handling business in the same way for more than 100 years has updated its methods. read more

  • Reprieve for care homes

    Two residential care homes for elderly people have been given a six-month reprieve while their futures are decided. read more

  • Search for crash driver

    Police are looking for the driver of a car involved in a collision with a cyclist in Eastbourne. read more

  • Blaze victim fights for life

    A man was fighting for life tonight after a fire swept through a derelict building being used by squatters. read more

  • Pride short of funds

    This year's Pride, the flamboyant gay and lesbian festival, is still £8,500 short of sponsorship, with just 11 days left before the big day. read more

  • City's bins pile up again

    Brighton and Hove's rubbish problem is showing no signs of improving. read more

  • Library scheme is axed

    The new Lewes library, a school sports development and disabled access schemes for council buildings have been axed following a multi-million pound blunder. read more

  • Family's pain over missing man

    An 84-year-old mother has sent out a desperate plea to find out if her missing son, Colin Fawbert, is alive. read more

  • Youth cycling: Jack's all right

    Jack Smith, Brighton Mitre's youngest member, is aiming to win his club's trophy for most victories in a season. read more

  • Big day for graduates

    Students gathered to celebrate three years of hard work at their degree ceremonies today. read more

  • Sussex get a timely boost

    All-rounder Robin Martin-Jenkins is poised to make his comeback after two months on the sidelines when Sussex take on Middlesex under the Hove floodlights tonight (4.10pm). read more

  • Dennis Wagner: Clarification

    An Argus article on December 16/17 2000, stated that a tenant of Dennis Wagner, of Wilbury Avenue, Hove, was told he could not leave his wheelchair assembled in the hall. read more

  • Youth cricket: At the double

    Sussex under-14s secured five-wicket wins against Hampshire and Kent. read more

  • Feature: A bright future for derelict sites

    Adam Trimingham reports on the prospects for the latest grand designs for two city centre sites in Brighton and Hove which have been derelict for many years. read more

  • Fire delays train

    Passengers travelling from Brighton to Victoria this morning were delayed due to a fire under a train. read more

  • Library scheme is axed

    The new Lewes library, a school sports development and disabled access schemes for council buildings have been axed following a multi-million pound blunder. read more

  • Between You And Me, by Vanora Leigh

    Until last week I didn't know how to spell cholesterol. read more

  • A new force to be reckoned with

    They have given up jobs as diverse as ambulance driving and managing a High Street store to join a new civvy detective team. read more

  • Spark sets off blaze in attic

    The roof of a house was badly damaged by fire after plumbers working in the attic space set the insulation alight. read more

  • Council tax rise

    I see we city dwellers may be due for a large increase in our council tax because of Sita. Will this also include the extra tax for the large increase in councillors' expenses? Surely we have competent councillors to organise our refuse and cleaning services until a suitable contractor can be found to take over? God help us, we pay them enough for this part-time work. read more

  • Train monopoly

    Train services in our area seem to be going from a public monopoly to a private monopoly. The idea of privatisation, I thought, was for fair competition to provide good, safe, reliable services for passengers. Although Thameslink appears to run a fairly reliable and safe service, there would be no competition for Govia. This situation was obvious right from the outset and should have been looked into at that time. Passengers want and deserve a good, safe, reliable railway. It's long overdue. read more

  • Book boycott

    One way to punish perjurious peer Jeffrey Archer would be for everyone to boycott his wretched books. They're rubbish anyway. Don't buy them. His biggest con was persuading millions of gullible folk into believing he was a writer. And if you happen to have any of his alleged novels, chuck them out. Don't give them to charity: All the shops round here have yards of unwanted Archers already. Stick them in the bin, where they belong. read more

  • Bad taste

    The two-page spread given in The Argus to Jenny Langston's engagement, coming only four months after her husband's death, was extremely insensitive and in unbelievable bad taste on her part. Since Jenny loves the limelight, does that now mean she will seek a repetition for her October wedding? I certainly hope not. read more

  • Libraries scrap internet censorship

    Software designed to stop people looking at internet pornography in libraries has been scrapped. read more

  • The glory of Goodwood

    It was party time on the South Downs as the Duke of Richmond launched "glorious" Goodwood festival week with a bang. read more

  • Freeman jinx strikes again

    Albion forward Darren Freeman faces a fourth hernia operation in less than a year. read more

  • Blaze victim fights for life

    A man was fighting for life tonight after a fire swept through a derelict building being used by squatters. read more

  • Services hit by funding delay

    Thousands of people face losing vital services because the future of charities and organisations has been thrown into doubt due to a delay in funding. read more

  • Wrong link

    Liz Walker (Letters, July 25) links Vardean School with selling land for houses, waste disposal and incinerators. read more

  • Sham slam

    So much for getting tough on wayward parkers. The new scheme is a sham. read more

  • Equestrian: Sarah's fourth in Europeans

    Sarah Millis, from Cuckfield, helped Britain finish fourth in the European Young Riders Dressage Championships in Germany. read more

  • Ten-pin bowling: Cup call-up

    Lisa John, 19, from Worthing, will compete for England in next month's European Senior Cup in Moscow, where she won the world junior title. read more

  • Airport folly

    The report on the plane crash near the Hove Lagoon (Argus, July 30) implied the pilot took off from Shoreham airport to fly over people and buildings despite the plane's instruments not giving 100 per cent safety readings. read more

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