An underground cable fault left 3,000 Brighton homes without power last night.
Fans packed the Brighton Centre on Monday night to hear iconic troubadour James Taylor, famous for such hits as Fire And Rain and You've Got A Friend.
Sorry, Mr B Johnson (Letters, March 31) but it is you who is being selfish.
Brighton and Chichester are looking to cause upsets in the semi-finals of the Sussex Cup tomorrow.
I thought I was a pretty fanatical Albion supporter, having attended hundreds of matches, until I encountered the real fanatics.
Withdean 2000 can take a huge step towards claiming the title when they host AFC Wallingford at Withdean Stadium tomorrow.
Burgess Hill are looking for a favour from East Preston who entertain Horsham YMCA tomorrow.
Paul Samrah's Falmer For All campaign is, of course, a complete misnomer.
County League Division One side Three Bridges will unveil their new manager this weekend.
Paul Samrah's reference to my views on the proposed football stadium at Falmer (Letters, April 1) was not, presumably, an April Fool's joke, although it was far from accurate.
Charlotte Kerwood has helped restore England's sporting pride against Australia.
Norah Buckley (Letters, March 31) misunderstands me.
The passage of holders West Hove into the second round of theDavies and tate Trophy was harder than the 7,-4, win at Seaford Head suggested.
Lord Rogers, who designed the Pompidou Centre, Canary Wharf and the Millennium Dome, has been dropped from a contest to undertake a multi-million-pound seafront development.
A baroness has blanched at Brighton and Hove's sex education classes in which, she says, pupils are taught about bondage, group sex, partner swapping and masochism.
Once again, congratulations to the planters and designers who have tended the flower beds this year.
The aerial photos published weekly in The Argus Extra are absolutely wonderful.
The season at Brighton Racecourse will open with a bang next Thursday.
So, the Member of Parliament for Lewes, Norman Baker, thinks Brighton and Hove City Council's referendums were cynical and badly advised (The Argus, March 28).
Someone who has been an integral part of the Aintree scene for more than 40 years will be missing when the tapes go up at the start of tomorrow's Grand National.
For the first time in at least ten years, Hill Barn were able to make the most of a home draw when defeating Eastbourne Park 7,-4,.
Albion chairman Dick Knight pointed out the club had not given its permission to those Labour councillors who used the club's logo in election literature.
St Leonards manager Gary Bowyer believes his side are going to emulate Burgess Hill in the County League next season.
Eastbourne Borough boss Garry Wilson wants his side to bounce back with a win tomorrow at Fleet Town to heap the pressure on the chasing pack.
Sussex went down to defeat by three wickets in their opening one-day pre-season friendly against Kent at Hove.
British people withdrew a record £13.3 billion from the value of their homes during the final quarter of 2002, according to new figures.
Bank branches are set for a radical makeover to include sofas, coffee shops and cashiers walking around mingling with customers.
In these hard times for savers, any promise of eight per cent annual income tax-free sounds too good to be true.
Pedal power is stronger than most people think - it can actually make a banned vehicle legal.
Parents are being urged to immunise their children following an outbreak of measles.
A businessman has demanded more police on a Brighton estate after his shop was targeted by vandals and thieves.
An education chief said a £1 million Government cash injection is not enough for Brighton and Hove's hard-up schools.
Brighton Kemp Town MP Des Turner was called to Downing Street for crisis talks over a revolt against Tony Blair's health reforms.
A man has taken his three sisters to court in a bid to wrestle back control of their dead mother's home.
Halifax has defended its decision to offer to lend certain customers up to six times their income.
The potential economic impact of the war on Iraq dampened activity in the dominant British service sector during March.
Patcham is one of those suburban seats which has always seemed safe for the Conservatives in Brighton and Hove.
Look at South Portslade and you are normally looking at a safe Labour seat but this time there is a complicating factor.
Albion defender Ivar Ingimarsson is on a revenge mission at Reading tonight to make amends for the heartbreak of a promotion near miss.
Two of Brighton's most intractable problems are big issues in the new ward of Rottingdean Coastal.
Labour will be looking to retain its hold on this ward, which is right at the centre of the city.
City council leader Ken Bodfish, who lives opposite Queen's Park itself, will be among those aiming to stay on the authority after the election.
On the former Brighton Borough Council, there was a Preston Park ward which almost invariably voted Conservative.
Tour operator MyTravel has confirmed it is cutting staff numbers by almost 2,000 as it moves to safeguard its future.
A top analyst has predicted the "death knell" for secrecy over bonus payments at City firms after she won a landmark battle.
Shareholders are angry that news Bob Mendelsohn, the ousted chief executive of insurance giant Royal & Sun Alliance, was paid £2.5 million for the nine months he worked last year.
A thug who killed his flatmate by using him as a "human trampoline" has been jailed for life.
A teacher charged with a string of sex offences has been found dead on a beach in Lancashire.
First, it was the wanton destruction of herds of sheep and cattle in the foot-and-mouth disaster.
Young political enthusiasts are rubbing their eyes with wonder as veteran campaigner Brian Fitch takes up every issue and goes to every doorstep in this large, new ward.