I was interested to read "Speak up" (Letters, September 12), in which Michael Parker quoted past ventriloquists.
I am disgusted at the way head teacher Andrew Kearsey has been portrayed over the treatment of transsexual supply teacher Natasha Thoday (The Argus, September 27).
Charlie Oatway has kissed and told The Argus about Albion's goal celebrations.
Eastbourne Borough cruised into the third round of the Sussex Senior Cup with a 2-0 win against St Leonards in last night's replay at Priory Lane.
As a parent of two children attending Telscombe Cliffs Primary School, I express my full support for head teacher Andrew Kearsey in the action he took regarding Natasha Thoday.
THERE have been problems in the Belmont area of Brighton ever since it was built.
Eastbourne, in their final match of the Elite League season, fell to another defeat in East Anglia as they lost 51-39 at King's Lynn.
My wife and I were amazed someone would seek to use the teaching profession to promote an agenda so obviously inappropriate in a primary school.
First, schoolgirl Katrina Back went to court to give evidence against a prowler who tried to abduct her.
HERE'S a good example of how councillors are thinking now that Brighton and Hove is going back to the committee system.
Brighton trainer Ronnie Davies is as pleased as punch after receiving another invitation for his prospect Chill John to spar with WBU lightweight champion Colin Dunne.
Natasha Thoday's appearance disrupted the class she was asked to teach and sent a ripple through the whole school.
A man was cut round the throat with a knife in a homophobic attack - the second of its kind in a week in Brighton.
AVID Pursglove had a dream that he would find hidden treasure beneath a dead pear tree in his Uckfield garden.
As parents, we entrust our children to the care of those within the teaching profession, relying on them to put the well-being of our children foremost at all times.
A woman who used electric collars in a bid to tame her dogs today called for them to be banned after her pets killed another dog.
The first Peter Taylor to manage Albion created a memorable goalscoring partnership.
Top seed Martin Lee was philosophical after his shock drubbing by 17-year-old Alex Bogdanovic in the second round of the National Championships in Bolton.
Albion boss Peter Taylor is promoting Bobby Zamora's case for an England under-21 call-up.
An elderly woman was killed when the green beans she was eating went down the wrong way, an inquest heard.
A row between two Government departments could delay work on sea defences.
A pedestrian was taken to hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car in Angmering.
Furious shopkeepers plan to report their council to the local government watchdog over planned rent rises.
Police said today that the murder of boxer Jimmy Millen in a drive-by shooting had been planned but it was too early to say why.
Brighton and Hove Tories are opposing plans to transfer breast cancer services from the city to Haywards Heath.
A Mid Sussex man convicted of causing suffering to his pet cat is to have the animal returned to him.
Cat owners on low incomes can get their pets neutered at the South-East's first mobile unit of its kind.
Social workers stormed their boss's office in a protest fuelled by fears of recriminations over the death of four-year-old John Smith.
Tory councillors are calling for an investigation into the tragic case of four-year-old John Smith.
A man was killed when his car was involved in a collision with a lorry near Horsham.
Two policemen have been praised after rescuing six people from a flat above a West Sussex take-away restaurant.
Libraries have been handed more than £700,000 in a bid to ensure everyone has access to the internet.
Bottles of Eau de Uckfield could hit shop shelves after a voice in a dream told David Pursglove that treasure lay beneath his pear tree.
A woman found dead at the foot of an East Sussex cliff has been named by police.
Our two daughters, aged eight and five years, attend Telscombe Cliffs County Primary School.
I am a parent with three children at Telscombe Cliffs County Primary School and am very pleased with the way head teacher Andrew Kearsey has continued to improve the reputation and standard of the school.
John Parry, think of it this way ("Fear and suspicion on the campaign trail", The Argus, October 19)...
"Your memories" (The Argus Weekend, October 20) mentioned the Plummer Roddis store and stated the Western Road shop closed at 1pm on Saturdays.
Regarding the display of the Union flag (Letters, October 17), for a few years I have had one displayed.
I, too, have been appalled by the behaviour of young children travelling on our public transport (Letters, October 19).
Vandals who wreck luxury cars have caused damage costing thousands of pounds in Brighton.
While travelling on public transport in Greece last June, the driver had no compunction in turfing off the bus some unruly youngsters.
A cat is being evicted from the hospital where it lives after giving patients fleas.
I caught two youths in the middle of siphoning off the petrol from a friend's car, parked in our driveway.
The wreck of a Second World War minesweeper should be given strict protection as a wildlife haven, campaigners urged today.
Being a constant visitor to Southlands Hospital for quite a few weeks, I find it very hard to believe the people we look to and even depend on when we are ill have no staff room in which they can relax for their break from the wards.
A fisherman who has been delaying a multi-million pound homes and leisure scheme has ended his battle.
It seems the Government is still determined to bring in a law preventing the public from debating or opposing planning decisions.
Robert Byrne (Letters, October 18) asks questions about the West Pier Trust and the delayed restoration of the pier.
How many times must the great, the good and the frankly desperate directors of the West Pier Trust jump into speculators' beds before they learn they will bring forth nothing?