A library has reopened after staff were locked out of the building in a dispute over rent payments.
Nick Tull has become another amateur to fly the Sussex nest.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the children, their parents, grandparents and our swimmers of all ages for their generosity throughout this year.
The meanest thieves of the year have been operating in the grounds of Rudyard Kipling School in Woodingdean.
There is no cure for the bite of the horse bug. Once bitten the victim is marked for life and nobody bears out the truth of this better than Linzi Mason.
Two years ago, my colleagues Susie Passingham and Anna Nomikou and I made a film for Sussex University about women who served in the forces during the Second World War.
There were doubts over whether closed-circuit TV cameras would work on the Brighton estate of Whitehawk.
I was truly amazed the other day on the run-up to Christmas to find the post office had run out of second-class stamps.
Ingredients for a typical Christmas dinner bought at a supermarket could have travelled thousands of miles before they reached a home in Sussex.
If you like your fish and chips and value the right to eat cod, you would do well to support the campaign to reform the existing monetary system.
We have almost become used to taxation by stealth but there is another area where the Government is threatening to pull the wool.
Further to C J Naish's comments regarding the negative way he has been treated by NCP and Brighton and Hove City Council (Letters, December 19), may I suggest the following.
Simon Darrington highlights the price increases for the "centre fare" during the late Nineties (Letters, December 20) but fails to add during this time the zone boundaries were constantly moving outwards in response to passenger requests for a larger area where the flat fare applied.
Police have new leads in the hunt for the brutal attacker who left a cleaner for dead.
I really must write to thank everyone involved for the wonderful treatment I received at the Royal Sussex County Hospital.
Worthing can make it a table-topping Christmas by beating old rivals Lewes tomorrow.
CCTV cameras on a Brighton housing estate have cut crime by almost a quarter, according to the police.
Major changes to rail travel will be needed if a community stadium is built, according to a councillor.
The girlfriend of a man killed with his best friend in a car crash says she had a premonition of the tragedy.
A historic barracks site in Brighton could be used to provide hundreds of new jobs.
Two top detectives have been honoured for their dogged determination in bringing Sarah Payne's killer to justice.
A town cinema has been so successful that film showings will be increased next year.
Firefighters have welcomed a familiar face to one of the East Sussex brigade's top jobs.
A senior police officer told watchdogs to "get real" with their demands for community policing.
Workers at The Old Market, an arts venue in Hove, were told today they are out of a job.
Hove's Citizens' Advice Bureau was due to close its doors for the last time today.
Brighton and Hove Albion boss Peter Taylor has asked his players to deliver a top Christmas gift to the fans.
Just who is the best striker in Sussex this season?
Coach Nick Nurse is convinced his side can play starring roles as they stage their own version of Road Trip this weekend.
Last Friday, while shopping in Marks & Spencer's food hall, I inadvertently lost my handbag.
Anti-terrorist officers were today searching a cargo ship 30 miles off Beachy Head in what Scotland Yard described as a "major security operation".
Passengers heading home for Christmas faced rail chaos today as services were delayed and cancelled.
John Stanaway (Letters, December 17) is absolutely right.
Comedian Steve Coogan says his most famous creation, Alan Partridge, will return to the screen next autumn.
I agree with John Stanaway's basic premise, though not his embellishments.
The Argus reported on gremlins busy at BBC Southern Counties Radio ("Listeners get silent treatment", December 19).
Many years ago, I was closely involved with all the top production companies in ice skating and, when the Brighton Centre was being envisaged, I had several meetings with Tony Hewison in which I proposed that an ice floor should be included.
Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you bin?
Golly - J Brown's diatribe about dentistry (Letters, December 19) was a real eye-opener.
Voice Of The Argus ("Our Dome is well worth it", December 13) was wrong to say audience figures were flagging when the Dome closed in 1999 for refurbishment, at least as far as the Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra is concerned.
I must comment on a recent letter in these columns made by a Liberal Democrat MEP with regard to the proposed ban on "bull bars" on new 4x4 vehicles.
I hope all the players and staff at the Albion have a wonderful Christmas and a fantastic New Year.
Engineering workers became models for a day when they posed for a charity calendar.
With the recent cancellation of the Reading match, it came to my attention that not all the possible sites for a stadium have been considered.
Our community must try to be more responsible and not so over-the-top.
In reponse to Mrs P Bolingbroke (Letters, December 15), I don't think my youth affects my ability to judge whether someone is right or wrong.
We now have it in the bag and fully understand why "our boys" gave their lives in the name of freedom.
As you tuck into your turkey and stuffing, pause for a moment and consider how it got to your plate.
More than 1,000 people have applied for 400 jobs at the new Rolls Royce factory being built near Chichester.
Police have named a 93-year-old woman who died after a road accident in Worthing.