Albion have landed former Premier League marksman Paul Kitson to link up with goal king Bobby Zamora.
Child pornography was found on a man's computer when he took it in to be repaired, a court heard.
Prized pooches enjoyed a day in the sun at a dog show for mongrels and cross-breeds in Shoreham.
A young woman told police she was raped at a seaside caravan park in Hastings early today.
Thousands of homes suffered delays to their postal deliveries after a power cut at the busy Royal Mail sorting office in Gatwick.
The Air Training Corps (ATC) was formed by Royal Warrant in 1941 and sprang from the Air Defence Cadet Corps.
If an Englishman's home is his castle, a new web site helps make sure it has best possible name.
A group of retired policemen have set-up a web site to help victims of crime trace stolen cars, jewellery and mobile phones.
BT has launched an initiative to extend access to broadband internet access to some of Britain's remotest areas.
New media organisation Wired Sussex will host a presentation on the future of mobile data services.
One of the UK's most valuable medieval books has been put online.
Two teenagers were attacked after they and their friends were confronted by a gang of older youths in Lancing.
A former Hove council treasurer who made local government history has died.
A survey has labelled Brighton and Hove the most expensive place in the country to be a student. So can students ever hope to survive here?
An attack on two foreign students in Lancing is being treated as racially motivated by police.
A Worthing man accused of causing death by dangerous driving has been committed to crown court.
Thousands of people will benefit from a major new mental health centre at Brighton General Hospital.
A Goring man who assaulted his ex-girlfriend's new lover has been bound over to keep the peace.
A Worthing man was disqualified from driving for three years and fined £750 after pleading guilty to driving with excess alcohol.
Asda has been voted Britain's favourite supermarket chain in a survey of shoppers.
Licensing group Galleon has secured a deal with chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov to promote rights to all merchandise using his name.
Takeover interest from billionaire retailer Philip Green sparked shares in Top Shop-to-Miss Selfridge group Arcadia into life.
Bus bosses have promised to review a plan to scrap a service elderly East Sussex residents said was a lifeline.
The advertising industry has played down fears a new generation of video recorder could spell the end for the television commercial break.
A team of engineers says it can stop information on laptops from falling into the wrong hands.
A team of researchers in New Zealand have developed a robotic grass cutter that can be remote controlled via the internet.
A web site design company is helping a golf club drive down the fairways to success.
Dozens of cabin crew jobs will be created when an airline doubles its services to the Caribbean next year.
Digital media specialist Kerb is busy proving there's more to life than fun and games.
Members of a Mid Sussex operatic society will have no shortage of cast members in future years thanks to a baby boom.
Pop music fans can relive the Eighties with Nick Heyward, Go West and Curiosity Killed The Cat.
Internet service providers (ISPs) in the UK are to receive protection from legal action over content held on or passing through their sites.
A diver who died off the Sussex coast has been identified as 40-year-old Graham Law, managing director of a steel firm.
Drugs with a street value of about £50,000 have been seized by police in a swoop on what officers described as a professional cannabis factory.
A former soldier today told how he broke his foot in a desperate escape from a deserted ferry port.
It had to happen sooner or later. I don't mean a Saturday home defeat for Albion, or the first one as manager for Martin Hinshelwood.
Dozens of historic sites in Sussex are open to the public free of charge over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The owners of a popular restaurant have been fined £6,000 for running a greasy and unhygienic kitchen.
Do you enjoy a good tear-jerking tragedy? Or a clever comedy? How about historical bodice-ripping melodramas? Or even a little poetry?
Although it's only suitable for fairly small networks, the Netgear DS524 24-port dual-speed stackable hub offers reasonable performance and ease of set-up.
Games of films do not have a good track record and often lead to cries of "it should have been so much better".
Security has been stepped up at Butlins holiday camp in Bognor after a third woman was attacked in nine days.
Speech recognition software has come a long way since I first looked at it more than seven years ago.
You know how that old expression "toys for boys" tends to be uttered in a sarky and derogative fashion every time another ugly chunk of "male" technology makes its way into the house.
Microsoft isn't out of the news very often. Last week, everyone's favourite software company found itself accused of taking money from children - sort of - to boost its profits.
This week's weird web site is worth waddling over to before the winter sets in.
Care home resident Phyllis Savage, 92, proved she was a good sport by shooting basketball hoops to help raise money for charity.
Surfers are increasingly making their mark on the online world thanks to simple software and a bit of hard work.
The threat of a strike by airport baggage handlers ended when workers accepted an improved pay offer.
Graffiti criminals who cause thousands of pounds of damage in Hove are set to be targeted by police.