Radio presenter Terry Garoghan was celebrating today after scooping an industry "Oscar".
Billy Taylor checked Hampshire's progress with two wickets after the visitors had made a spectacular start to today's crucial Benson and Hedges Cup tie at Hove.
Steve Gritt believes Albion can follow Millwall's example and be a force in Division One, despite the resignation of Peter Taylor this week.
What an ill-tempered and unfair review of Russell Watson from Mike Howard (April 29).
Eastbourne Borough manager Garry Wilson believes they will have to break Lewes' spirit if they are to win the Senior Cup on Monday.
How Mike Howard could call Russell Watson a "middle of the road singer" is totally beyond me. It makes me wonder if he appreciates good music at all.
Youcan never see a copper when you want one. That's been a familiar cry in many parts of Sussex as policemen and women have increasingly become office-bound.
Danny Bloor is champing at the bit to take over the reins at Burgess Hill following the resignation of title-winning manager Gary Croydon.
Crawley boss Billy Smith has started his clear-out by showing the door to four players.
What an utter snob Mike Howard is. Almost 5,000 people paid to see Russell Watson's concert and had an evening of sheer entertainment.
Health workers who regularly travel between hospital sites during their shifts are being urged to take the bus instead of their car.
The family of Stephane Aineto are pressing for a full inquiry into his death nine months ago when he was knocked down by a dustcart.
Sammy Donnelly believes Division One rivals are glad to see the back of his Southwick side after Redhill condemned them to relegation in midweek.
When I read the review of Russell Watson's concert at the Brighton Centre, I really wondered if I had been at the same performance.
Trees and flowers will mark a route more than a mile long linking Brighton and Hove.
Dr Johnson said Brighton was so bleak, you'd want to hang yourself but there were no trees on which to fasten a noose.
Eastbourne Eagles parade a new-look line-up for tomorrow night's clash with Elite League champions Oxford.
Although a few of Mike Howard's criticisms of Russell Watson were valid, the review did not reflect the overall mood of the concert.
Former England defender Stuart Pearce is the latest name to be linked with the vacant Albion manager's job.
Bobby Zamora is being lined up by England for the European Under-21s Championship.
Serious car crime has doubled in Sussex over the past five years.
The fifth Brighton Fringe Festival gets underway tomorrow with a number of plays, comedy, films, gigs and events taking place.
The hamster-eating, madcap entertainer will be setting the record straight about his career in this show.
Although Creation, formerly Paradox, doesn't officially open until next Friday, those outrageous folk at Wild Fruit are hosting a preview night.
This innovative new fortnightly night promises to shake up the club scene by fusing live dance music, DJ mayhem and video imagery.
Posters are being put up in a bid to solve a 35-year murder mystery.
Brighton's premier gallery finally reopens following an extensive redevelopment scheme costing £10 million.
Unity Wroe's guide to the top stage shows over the next seven days, updated every Friday.
The English National Ballet presents a programme of three dances: Square Dance, Manoeuvre and the grand pas classique from Raymonda by Alexander Glazunov.
With a knack for catchy pop and funny lyrics, Sean Na Na is the alter-ego of rock god Har Mar Superstar - or the more ordinary Sean Tillman.
The Girls - Amy Ray and Emily Saliers - are known for their memorable melodies that lie somewhere between folk and soul.
This week, the main Brighton Jazz Club event takes place on Saturday (May 4) at the Sussex Arts Club.
This exhibition includes paintings by June Frickleton, Rachel Plummer and Patrick O'Donnell, ceramics by Alexandra Waggett and jewellery and glassware by Julianna Stoney.
An investigation has been launched into a scam to con grieving families.
An exhibition of images which aim to explore the narrative nature of dreams.
Friday night focuses on an evening of fun for all the family with a variety of attractions, including Punch And Judy and brass, steel and marching bands.
Goodwood launched its bicentennial year at Goodwood House by announcing it will contribute £1m to the prize fund for the first time.
Father and daughter Gary and Sheridan Henry, from Gatwick Kick-Boxing Club, won British titles on the same show.
I was disgusted at the way Mike Howard ran down Russell Watson.
The Conservatives in Adur romped to victory in a two-horse race with Labour after the Lib Dems failed to field a single candidate.
The Lib Dems' historic victory in the former Tory stronghold of Worthing was clearly too much to take in - even for their leader.
The red flag is flying high in Crawley again today after Labour held its grip on the borough council in the local elections.
The Lib Dems gained control of two Sussex councils in yesterday's local elections - but were left as a tiny minority in a third.
A £16 million scheme to redevelop Horsham town centre was due to be signed today.
MP Norman Baker has called for extra customs officers and tougher sentences for people who smuggle endangered species.
I have already expressed my concern about the attempts to lead us by the nose into accepting Prince Charles' liaison with his mistress Camilla Parker Bowles.
Some celebrities are said to tell white lies about their age but it's rare to find someone doing it for them.
A leading city councillor has called for a review into controversial investments made by a pension fund.
On reading Mike Howard's review of the Russell Watson concert, I am pleased to say it mirrored my feelings exactly.
My sister (Mary Forrest) and I would like to thank everyone who sent us cards of sympathy on hearing of the passing away of our brother Michael.