Omar Deghayes, a 37-year-old Libyan refugee from Saltdean, has been imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay for almost four years. The plight of the detainees, kept in small cages without access to family or friends, allegedly suffering constant abuse, torture and humiliation, has been well documented and condemned by many.
Dozens of cyclists have been told they are not welcome at one of the most eco-friendly buildings in the country.
Mr Birch must be congratulated for cramming so many groundless clichs into a single letter (Letters, March 9).
Congratulations are due to Charlie Oatway for admitting his literacy problems (The Argus, March 13).
A teenage coffee shop worker has scooped a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
In response to Graham Deane (Letters, March 2), although I am a member of the Hove Civic Society, he does not represent my views regarding the development of the King Alfred site.
A plan to introduce cameras to catch and fine motorists who cause congestion will be considered on Thursday.
Mr French is always going on about car users holding up the buses but he never makes any comment about taxi drivers who are some of the biggest offenders.
Sion Jenkins has insisted in his first interview since beingacquitted of murdering his foster daughter Billie-Jo that he always adored his daughters.
One can understand David Smart's bewilderment over the term "free bus travel" when Brighton and Hove City Council has to pay £1.2m towards it.
Transylvanian pop twins the Cheeky Girls lived up to their name when they turned up to a launch party - and gave the mayor a couple of big smackers.
Campaigners who have spent a year fighting plans for a rubbish dump on their doorsteps will have to start their battle all over again.
Taxi drivers in Brighton and Hove are preparing for the first ever competition to test their driving skills.
Basques, suspenders, kinky pinnies and a promise to have my cherry popped featured in the various bumf on The Rocky Horror Show.
Writers Andrew Marshall and Linda Waller wrote this play by exchanging letters to each other as the characters Robert and Louise.
I agree with Michael James and M Forrest there should be a debate (Letters, March 11). However, three or four letters in your pages against wild birds have had no counter argument and Michael James favours a cull, perish the thought.
For Chris Heape to say the traditional Regency splendour of Hove is shown to be outdated by the proposed arrival of Garish Gehry (Letters, March 8), is like saying the timeless masterpieces of Renoir and Rembrandt are outdated by Tracey Emin's work of "art", the unmade bed.
It is clear we do not all share the same tastes or want the same things - the world would be very bland if we did - and I am sure no one would force Frank Blake to live in one of the Gehry towers (Argus, March 8).
So who is right? Is it "The state of the English Cities" report which states (The Argus, March 8) that this city is below the national average in economic growth (41 per cent), despite the proximity to London, or Brighton and Hove City Council which questioned the validity of the report, citing the Brighton Centre, King Alfred, Black Rock and Brighton Station, plus Preston Barracks, Lewes Road, and Falmer Stadium.
I share Ed Birch's concerns regarding customers who complain about how long it takes to get into Brighton and the shortage of parking spaces near North Laine.
I am writing about the article published on March 9 about the North Laine area.
Many thanks for featuring my letter titled "Parking policy is killing the heart of our city".
Sion Jenkins has insisted in his first interview since being acquitted of murdering his foster daughter Billie-Jo that he always adored his daughters.
I have just read with interest Mr Roger French's comments on parking on double yellow lines in Brighton and his proposal to have red lanes for the buses.
A bus company has unveiled its £1 million headquarters.
Problems at Crawley Town football club have failed to dampen the fans' sense of humour.
A cash-strapped council wants to give away land so that it can meet its need for affordable homes.
Detectives are hunting a teenage gang that has revived the Eighties craze for stealing car badges.
To the outsider it can look like hip hop has only one story to tell - guns, gangs and bling.
Water customers have complained about what they claim are the hidden costs of domestic meters.
Serial killer Daniel Gonzalez planned to murder a number of vicars a year before he stabbed ticket seller Marie Harding to death.
A tall buildings review has singled out a 420ft skyscraper for its stunning views and seaside architecture - despite it never being built.
Thirty-somethings who were students at the start of the Nineties may remember Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine.
The world's first "no frills" long-haul airline has bought two 17-year-old jumbo jets.
Schools are being given money so they can work closely with successful businesses.
Eastbourne are looking to get their Elite League season off to a flyer tonight by springing a surprise at Belle Vue.
How I agree with the sentiments of David Smart regarding "free bus travel" for the over-60s.
Top scorer Jerry Williams has called for more fourth-quarter responsibility as he hopes for a late run to the play-offs.
Roger French's call for London-style red routes to deter illegal parking is a hugely-merited excellent idea (The Argus, March 13).
Crawley fans are still furious with the controversial cost-cutting measures imposed by chairman Chas Majeed.
In response to Rebecca Taylor, who told the story of verbal abuse of an elderly passenger on a bus recently (Letters, March 13), I am a bus driver and would like to give the general public a little insight into life as seen from the bus cab and the problem of respect or the lack of it.
Charlotte Kerwood already has her sights trained on another gold after getting her Commonwealth Games off to a flyer yesterday.
Albion manager Mark McGhee predicted on Friday the trip to Loftus Road could be the turning point in the fight for Championship survival.
Paul McShane revealed today he loved being the villain of Albion's 1-1 draw at ten-man Queens Park Rangers.
Where do anarchist punk-pop combos go when they get older? To Komedia, apparently, where they play to a captive audience of mellowed former Thatcher-botherers.