House prices in Brighton and Hove have risen more than anywhere else in the country over the past decade.
Almost £2,000 has been donated to the The Argus Appeal by panto audiences at the Theatre Royal Brighton.
Knowing the affection Peter Moores still has for Sussex cricket, it probably gave him as much pleasure that on the day he was appointed England coach the side he put together was making such a spirited start to their Championship defence.
The biggest cheer of the day at Hove yesterday came not for another Mushtaq Ahmed wicket but the announcement that Peter Moores is to be the new England coach.
Inmates at an open prison have been popping Viagra pills - despite the shortage of female company.
Former Sussex coach Peter Moores today spoke of his pride and excitement after landing the biggest job in English cricket.
Albion have vowed to make cheeky Swansea chief Roberto Martinez eat his words by putting a spoke in the Welshmen's play-off bid.
A family man separated from his wife and child by immigration authorities has spoken of his joy at being reunited with them.
A pregnant woman was cut out of a car after smashing into a barrier today.
Brighton and Hove's new police chief has said there will be no major changes in the way the city's force goes about its job - for now.
Lewes MP Norman Baker today spoke in Parliament for more than two hours to block an attempt to water down the Freedom of Information Act.
Regulars ended their boycott of a popular pub after their favourite tipple was reinstated.
A former Royal Shakespeare Company actor who was seriously injured when he was knocked off his motorcycle by an untraced driver has lost his claim that the Government was to blame for the level of damages he received.
Police are growing concerned for a pensioner who went missing today.
Councillors in Brighton are to promote a Private Bill through Parliament to press for stricter controls to regulate strip clubs in the area.
Children as young as five are being excluded from school and others have been punished for offences as severe as racism, drug abuse and sexual misconduct.
Staff at a photo shop have been left without jobs after the owner closed the store suddenly and disappeared.
A 17-year-old girl with 77 convictions pleaded to be sent to prison to escape a life of begging and drug addiction.
A mechanic has swapped his spanner for sports shoes to raise money for charity.
A super-green village made of used car tyres and beer cans is set to be given the go-ahead by planning officials.
Two men were seen laughing after they took part in an attack which killed a homeless man, a court heard.
Fraud investigators have dropped their inquiry into whether a firm which supplies water in the region deliberately misled regulators about its failure to meet customer service standards, it has been announced.
The Government has dismissed claims that opening up Gatwick's ground operations to greater competition could lead to more injuries among baggage handlers.
A restaurant wants employers to nominate star workers for a free meal.
England have moved swiftly to appoint former Sussex coach Peter Moores as successor to departing head coach Duncan Fletcher.
Jurors in the year-long fertiliser bomb plot trial at the Old Bailey were today given a majority direction by the judge in the case.
When Talking Heads released their seminal concert film Stop Making Sense, they built a show up from David Byrne playing solo guitar to a full-band sonic assault.
Beaches in Sussex are among the cleanest in the UK according to a new report.
Two-piece suite offers an entertaining night
Labour should hold their three seats in this ward - but the election will be by no means boring.
Actor Ken Campbell premieres his new one-man show, Hyphenator.
William Nicholson, author of The Wind on Fire fantasy trilogy and the screenplay for Gladiator, helps Brighton's first children's book festival get under way.
Remember Victoria Aitken, daughter of disgraced Tory MP Jonathan Aitken? If you saw an episode of Young, Posh and Loaded a few years back, you couldn't forget her - even if you wanted to.
A teenager who was worried after getting into minor trouble with the police hanged himself from a treehouse in his back garden, an inquest heard today.
Life can be hard as the brother of a famous musician - just ask Paul McCartney's sibling Mike McGear or David Knopfler, brother of Dire Straits' Mark.
I went to see the St George's Day Centenary Parade of the Scouts, Beavers, Cubs and Guides on Brighton's Level (The Argus, April 16).
I was disappointed when I heard the pensioners' Thursday Lunch Club and meetings at Valley Social Centre in Whitehawk, Brighton, had to close (The Argus, April 13).
There was always more to The Waterboys than just their huge hit single The Whole of the Moon and cult albums such as This Is The Sea and Fisherman's Blues.
Quebec's finest return to the city for an intimate warm-up show before they play at this year's All Tomorrow's Parties Festival. The orchestra was founded by Godspeed You Black Emperor! guitarist Efrim Menuch in 1999, and soon became a giant of the post-rock world.
I would like to thank R Metson for replying to my correspondence (Letters, April 4) about why Omar Deghayes has not yet been released from Guantanamo Bay and for his interest in Omar's case.
I write in response to Councillor Brian Oxley (Letters, April 14) regarding tuk-tuks extending their service in Brighton and Hove.
It used to be the Mods and the Rockers who came down to Sussex for a long weekend.
Debbie Lunn shows impressive naivety over the tuk-tuk situation where she declares them fun (Letters, April 16).
In reply to the letter written by Paul Hollingdale about FIP (Letters, April 11), he mentions Radio Reverb and I would like to make it clear that the station has a great mix of different music.
Over the past few months local audiences have had the opportunity of seeing excellent revivals of classic works by playwrights who went out of fashion with the arrival of Osborne et al.
Picking a support band is a tough business. If they're poor you've got to face an audience in a bad mood and work hard to get them back. If they're too good it could make your headline show a bit of an anti-climax.
I was moved to write in response to MP David Lepper's crusade against charity muggers (Letters, April 12) and in particular to the anonymous attack on them (Letters, April 16).
In response to Gary Kemp (Letters, April 19), I wish you all the best in your task with the bureaucrats who impart untruths about fluoridation.
It is completely unnecessary to add fluoride to water just because children are eating too many sugary foods and drinks (The Argus, April 17).
Originally a brutal criticism of the ideology of Nazism invading the hearts and minds of the people of Romania, Eugene Ionesco's play has been twisted to look at modern-day England's wrongs.