The number of cancer patients waiting a dangerously long time for treatment has doubled in two years.
Daren Newman surveyed the wreckage of an FA Vase dream and said what 1,600 people were thinking.
Jimmy Quinn has challenged his Lewes players to bounce back from their FA Vase exit.
Brian Jeffries (Letters, February 27) is quite obviously ignorant of the purpose of parent-and-child parking spaces at supermarkets.
Defender Jamie Ash signed off before a suspension with a crucial winning goal for Southwick as the battle to beat the drop from Division One intensified.
In reply to Brian Jeffries, I am interested to know how a "good slap" would teach a child who is "in charge" and how to "respect" someone.
Peaceful Jesmond Road in Hove looks an unlikely spot for the taking of hard drugs.
Crawley's Premier Division title bid is back on track following a dramatic 4-3 victory over Cambridge City.
Brian Jeffries, child-hater, it's you I would like to give a "good slap" to, not anyone's child. Obviously you were born straight into adulthood and have no children or grandchildren yourself.
Brighton and Hove's Conservatives have invited leaders of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community to a party.
One of the reasons Tories lost the last two general elections was that they were perceived to be out of touch with modern society.
Hastings Town returned to the top of the eastern division with a thrilling 3-2 win at promotion outsiders Fisher Athletic, thanks to a freak own goal.
How refreshing to read Brian Jeffries' letter. I can fully endorse his comments on badly behaved children and their disrespectful parents.
Have-a-go golden girls from Sussex hit the headlines when they disarmed a gunman who tried to hijack their car in France.
Worthing sprinter Gavin Stephens swept to a convincing victory in the British Universities Indoor Championships at the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow.
Bears took another huge step towards a possible Southern Conference title last night, but only after putting their fans' nerves through the shredder once again.
Teachers called police after a 14-year-old pupil was spotted with what was believed to be a bag of cocaine in her pencil case.
More than 6,000 people have given their views on the proposed South Downs national park - and most are all for it.
Union officials have met politicians to lobby for better pay and conditions for classroom assistants.
Delays of up to six hours and cancellations have hit the first crossings of the latest ferry to be introduced on the troubled Newhaven to Dieppe route.
A young woman was sexually assaulted at the back of a busy town centre nightclub.
The alarm was raised at the weekend when a body was reported among rubbish at the rear of a shop in London Road, Brighton.
The head of the Roman Catholic Church in England is taking 400 of his priests for a mini holiday at Butlins.
A woman was indecently assaulted as she walked home.
Two directors of postal group Consignia have decided not to accept recommended pay rises of 10%.
Leisure group Rank said bingo players and gamblers had helped protect it from the economic climate.
An office worker was punched and knocked out during a burglary.
Mother-of-two Jo Goode believes she can become a golden girl all over again.
Albion go into tomorrow night's home game against Wycombe Wanderers with a double boost for their automatic promotion bid.
A recent television documentary showed how a school has developed a revolutionary method of teaching
Mark Knee is revelling in the role of makeshift striker after bagging four goals in the 7-1 division one destruction of Yeading at Woodside Road.
I cannot believe the audacity of P R Edwards (Letters, February 28), who complained about the "petty-minded people" upset by the noise he made while gorging on chocolates.
A 21-year-old man was arrested after a smash at a road junction in which four people were injured.
Thousand of rail passengers face fare rises after train companies said they would cut the number of discounted tickets.
Albion boss Peter Taylor confirmed today that he has still not signed a contract.
Have-a-go "golden girls" who fought off an armed carjacker believe they are the inspiration for a dramatic soap storyline.
These days I allow myself the odd Sunday lunch out, something which a few years ago I would have regarded as bizarre and almost daring.
My few days away were good fun although it was nice to come home again.
Frequent migraine attacks have made Geraldine van Buren's life a misery.
Tim Brown (Letters, February 28) articulated better than I ever could my feelings about Brighton's West Pier.
Mrs J M Page wrote "All those poor students and underpaid teachers appear to have cars and the council has been trying out traffic lights to try to ease the congestion.
So Brighton and Hove City Council is to bid for European Capital of Culture? If this is as successful as the Place To Be campaign, we can look forward to another massive hike in property prices with the inevitable problems for low-paid and public-sector workers.
Your story "Sex hoax links with chatline" (The Argus, March 1) brings a whole new meaning to STD codes.
Thanks for the article about the number of complaints against the police (The Argus, February 27).
Take a moment to look at your fingernails. Are they brittle and do they peel
Guests fled from a Worthing hotel in their pyjamas when a fire took hold of the basement.
Police were called to a school after a 14-year-old pupil was spotted with what was believed to be a bag of cocaine in her pencil case.
Title-chasing Horsham were four up at Marlow in Division Two but were happy to hang for a 4-3 win as they leapfrogged Lewes to go top.
Sammy the cabbie (Letters, February 27) asked where I get my information from. In fact, it is from Tim Nichols, environmental health and licensing manager, corroborated by David Collins, the Hackney carriage officer.
Bears enjoyed their biggest win of the season by crushing Derby Storm 125-98 at the Thunderdome on Saturday night.