Tomorrow morning, at two minutes and three seconds after 1:00 in the morning, the time and date will be 01:02:03 04/05/06. That won't ever happen again in our lifetime - in fact it will be approximately 400 generations before it happens again. Of…
The strictest ban on water use for more than 15 years could be slapped on Sussex within a week.
While I agree with Green Party convenor, Councillor Keith Taylor, that Karis should now withdraw its re-submitted application to develop The King Alfred, it would be unethical for this "preferred developer" to be asked to provide new designs yet again.
A tourist blamed for causing a fatal fire on Table Mountain in South Africa could be sued for hundreds of thousands of pounds by Cape Town authorities.
The photograph showing the projection staff in the article "Dreams of past glories" (The Argus, April 25) brought back many happy memories.
A mother may have to undergo a heart transplant to cure a one-in-500 defect which has killed her son and affected her grandson.
With regard to the proposed Brighton Marina development plans, I visited the display of the proposals at Jubilee Library and spoke to the architect.
A reporter who answered a graffiti advert on a train toilet door asking for young girls for sex uncovered a paedophile ring.
Walking by Palmeira Square at the weekend I overheard a little girl ask her dad: "Why does it take hundreds of years to mend the road?"
Looking at the picture of Frank Gehry's proposed building for the King Alfred site (The Argus, April 25), I find it very difficult to understand how anyone can praise it.
Football-crazy Andy Sloan has followed the World Cup around the globe, playing in stadiums in 26 different countries.
Like many others, I watched the BBC documentary which showed the ill-treatment of animals in China where dogs and cats are skinned alive for their fur.
Time was when there would be a regular tap, tap, tap on your back door as the butcher, baker, grocer and other shopkeepers delivered goods.
I am astounded Brighton Sealife Centre is considering plans to house seals and otters in its marine zoo.
Until recently, you could walk along the seafront in Hove and enjoy unobstructed views of the sea.
Conservative leader David Cameron walked around a Crawley shopping centre in a last-minute bid for votes ahead of tomorrow's election.
An ultra-green £100 million development on the site of an old fruit and veg market has been given the go-ahead.
The widow of a man stabbed to death by a schizophrenic has blamed failings in the mental health system.
Karis has described the adverse reports from English Heritage and the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE) on the King Alfred scheme as "minor" (The Argus, April 29) when they are in fact fundamental.
I was under the impression Brighton and Hove City Council, elected by local people, should support its residents.
Lewis Bridger has finally come across a meeting which has got him worried.
As convenor of the Hova Group, I was delighted to learn English Heritage has notified Brighton and Hove City Council of its disapproval of the King Alfred plan in its entirety (The Argus, April 26) - even if there is some ambiguity.
An appeal to help a man with terminal cancer spend more time with his daughter has reached the £7,000 mark in less than a week.
A long-awaited sequel to the story of a young man seduced by an older woman has finally seen the light of day.
A man who daubed graffiti over city buildings including a magistrates court has been sentenced to 150 hours of unpaid work.
Were every mad musician in Brighton genetically modified into one indestructible act, the result would probably look something like Lorraine Bowen.
"I'm kinda numb to all the mayhem now," reflects Carl Barat.
A postwoman dubbed Miss Hotpants by male colleagues has told how sexual taunts forced her to quit her job.
A father-of-three was stabbed to death by a former neighbour who made a pass at his girlfriend, a court heard.
A youth has admitted his part in an attack which led to the death of Gary Rae, a court heard.
A designer from Hove has created the logo for Prince Harry's charity, with the help of her nine-year-old son.
Voters will be heading to polling stations across Sussex tomorrow to vote in the local council elections.
Most people give up fatty foods or trips to the pub in an effort to lose weight - not Matthew Cowdrey.
What a contrast. Two major new developments are at the planning stage, one on the King Alfred site in Hove and the other at Brighton Marina.
Sussex face a Test-quality attack in the Championship match against Yorkshire which starts at Headingley today.
Albion's Reserves ended their home programme with an unfortunate 1-0 defeat by Gillingham at Worthing yesterday.
Albion manager Mark McGhee is on the brink of parting company with the club.
The Bishop of Chichester has urged shoppers to go green and buy local produce.
An airline has been barred from helping rebuild Afghanistan's aviation industry.
A businessman who has launched a series of green-friendly schemes has submitted plans for the first domestic wind turbine in Brighton and Hove.
Soul singer Terri Walker kept apologising throughout this gig.