One and done. That's what we call this time of year in the States and it pretty much sums up the edge-of-the-seat excitement of play-off basketball.
More than 430,000 workers in the South-East will not receive holiday pay if they take off Good Friday or Easter Monday this weekend.
Not many people will have heard of David Lavender but he has given some of the biggest names in comedy and theatre a break.
People thinking of becoming a police constable can be sure of one thing - their career will never be dull.
Traders, hoteliers and tourism bosses are gearing up for what is expected to be Brighton and Hove's busiest weekend of the year so far.
John Parry is correct (The Argus, April 11), a vote is the most effective protest.
Murray Goodwin believes he is in the form of his life as he prepares for his third season with Sussex.
Newly-qualified veterans are a constant menace to players like Worthing's Peter Bartram.
John Limpus and Steve Geran just had the edge on East Grinstead CC rivals Steve Dennis and Mark Bashford in the East Sussex CA two-up team time trial.
Albion fans still down in the dumps after the home defeat by Preston should be brimming with optimism on the journey to Leicester this Saturday.
Former Brighton and Hove Albion boss Peter Taylor believes Bobby Zamora holds the key to their survival hopes.
Workers could get extra training to ease the skills shortage.
Kevin Innes fired 159 as Sussex piled up 433-8 before declaring in their one-innings friendly against Somerset.
I am writing in response to John Parry's column (The Argus, April 11) as I feel I must take issue with his remark "who can seriously doubt it was the proper decision to go to war against Saddam Hussein?"
My delight in learning Brighton and Hove has been selected for postal voting was torpedoed when I opened the ballot envelope: There was far too much information.
Rico Alderson reckons he is the Eddie Murphy of the Brighton Bears.
Landlord John Gander took on no ordinary pub when he started to run The Greyhound in Tinsley Green, near Crawley, earlier this year.
Nicholas Soames continues to open mouth before engaging brain in demanding former police officers should be sent to Iraq to help the civil authorities (The Argus, April 15).
Firstly, let me get my one big grumble out of the way - no live music.
Politicians calling on voters during local elections seldom fear meeting supporters of another party.
Two post offices in Hove will close next month despite community campaigns to save them from the axe.
I had a curious dream last night. George Bush was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his services to Arab unity.
West Hill's Conroy Gaynor edged a majority decision over Spider Thompson (Onslow Lions) in the first bout of Hove's annual show at the Metropole Hotel last night.
Caretaker Stephan Bennett will look silly when he goes into his work at council blocks of flats in Kemp Town wearing a skirt as a protest.
Dean Blackwell is ready to give Albion's survival bid an Easter boost by returning from injury.
Albion under-19s will face rivals Exeter away in a title showdown next week after defeating visitors Orient 3-1.
A retired dressmaker celebrated her 100th birthday with her sons.
School governors are to stage a special meeting to discuss a budget crisis.
Night patrol police are used to seeing foxes, rabbits and badgers - but not chinchillas.
Wildlife experts were called to the rescue of a swan being attacked by teenagers in Lewes.
A convicted killer who claimed he was entitled to his victim's £250,000 estate has been condemned by a judge for his exploitation of "a vulnerable old man".
A sports-loving community worker left wheelchair-bound in a vicious attack took his own life after bravely battling his condition for six years.
East Sussex fire chiefs believe the Easter holidays and clement weather have prompted a rise in the number of arson attacks.
A wildlife expert believes reports of a panther-like beast on the prowl in Sussex are probably sightings of a leopard.
The sister of Jane Longhurst today told of her frustration as the hunt for the missing teacher stretched on with no clear leads.
South Central, the main rail operator in Sussex, reported minimal delays today as train guards mounted their latest one-day strike.
A caretaker is going to work in a skirt after he was banned from wearing shorts.
A radio buff who devoted himself to chronicling a children's show has died.
Worthing Football Club has been allowed to keep its new floodlights.
Gardeners are being urged to dig for victory in the search for Littlehampton's green-fingered champions.
A farmer has surrendered a mini-arsenal to Sussex Police as part of a weapons' amnesty.
The winners of the 2003 Littlehampton Merit Awards have been honoured for their contribution to life in the town.
An insurance broker has launched the first policy offering cover against the Sars virus.
UK business's fragile recovery at the end of 2002 has evaporated as home sales, export deliveries and employment all worsened for the manufacturing and service sectors.
Staff at Arundel Surgery are preparing to move to new premises.
Gas and electricity companies often treat customers who question their bills "like criminals" or simply ignore them.
More than 60 guns have been collected in Worthing as a result of a police firearms amnesty.
A man was hit in the face with a hammer outside a pub last night.
A nightclubber was punched to the ground and kicked 15 times in the head during an unprovoked attack, a court heard.
The revamp of Worthing's most historic hotel has cost more than £1 million.