Hastings United manager Nigel Kane is aiming to ram Dover fans' jibes back down their throats tonight in their Ryman League division one south play-off semi-final.
Coach Mark Robinson has warned Sussex's rivals: Our season has only just started.
At the start of a sell-out tour to promote new album Ma Fleur, Jason Swinscoe's incredible band raised the roof with a turbo-charged rendering of music that comes across on disc as subtle and gentle.
"You know," I overheard a man say after the Deep Purple show,"they weren't bad."
Jawad Akbar, 23, was born in Pakistan and then travelled to Italy where he lived with his family until they came to England when he was 12.
A motorist has been slapped with a £120 fine for parking outside his own garage by a clamping firm he hired.
Economic deprivation, social exclusion and family breakdown are often cited as the underlying reasons for why increasing numbers of young British Muslim men are driven into religious extremism.
As Operation Crevice wound up in the spring of 2004, MI5 officers began sorting through the mass of evidence they had assembled to check for leads to other plots and terrorist activity.
These were the events leading up to the trial of seven British men accused of planning to set off explosions in the UK using chemical fertiliser.
July 7 bombers Mohammed Sidique Khan and Shehzad Tanweer's association with Omar Khyam was not revealed to the Old Bailey jury.
Bereaved relatives and survivors of the July 7 terror attacks said the case for an independent inquiry into the atrocity was now "overwhelming" in the wake of the revelations about MI5's prior knowledge of the bombers.
The full extent of MI5's knowledge of the July 7 suicide bombers - and its failure to pursue them as priority targets - can be revealed for the first time today.
Police and MI5 faced a major dilemma when they decided to arrest the fertiliser terror cell.
Fertiliser-based explosives have proved their deadly effectiveness in a series of horrific terror attacks around the world.
Omar Khyam boasted of working for Abdul Hadi, said to be number three in al Qaida.
Islamic terrorists were on the trail of a nuclear bomb which they hoped to buy from the Russian mafia.
A British al Qaida cell was facing massive jail sentences today for plotting a bombing campaign against the UK to rival the 9/11 terror attacks.
Brighton has pulling power for overseas tourists, with foreign visitors flocking to the city, it has been revealed.
The Conservatives stand accused of paying lip service to the environment after turning down the chance to be quizzed on green issues.
A holiday airline has been carrying the can to make flights greener from Gatwick.
The founder of the website multimap.com will visit Sussex University to give students and the business community the lowdown on its success.
A British al Qaida terrorist was convicted today of plotting a series of deadly bomb attacks on targets in the UK.
According to the Cirque Surreal press release, "Circus is dead - vive le cirque!"
Pop music in the Myspace age can be summed up using a wee bit of maths.
Guns and the impact they have on civilians are seldom far from the media spotlight, and with good reason (The Argus, April 24).
What is it with Brighton that attracts the lefty, ecofriendly, greeny, arty-farty brigade?
Two more developers have submitted plans to build hundreds of homes in a town residents fear will be overrun with new housing.
In Hangleton and Knoll I notice that on their posters the Labour candidates are describing themselves as "Your Labour and Defend Council Housing Team".
When lap-dancing club Rocco Mana asked for permission to stage fully nude shows last year its neighbours were outraged. Publishing manager Robert Nichols' campaign against the move was backed by councillors and the police.
Plans for alternative smoking areas outside pubs have been turned down because they would be too noisy.
It seems there is a great deal of misconception and misinformation that has found its way onto the letters pages of The Argus on the subject of face-to-face fundraisers in recent days (Letters, April 24).
I am firmly committed to recycling and have been for some time, and fully support the Government's initiative to get households to recycle more.
So the whole of Brighton and Hove appears to need residents' permits for parking.
I read the story about the girl who died from HIV after taking drugs (The Argus, April 23).
I read the article (The Argus, April 18) about the chap who was "one of oldest employees in Sussex" at 73.
A survey conducted recently by an agency working in partnership with Christian churches has confirmed that large numbers of people have abandoned religious belief.
Three Californian psychobilly rockers you wouldn't want to meet down a dark alley. Formed in 1995 they've survived shakeups and shootings.
A diver who discovered a shipwreck hopes to open a maritime museum and sealife centre.
A forty-a-day smoker has given himself a new lease of life by kicking the cigarette habit.
A makeshift mosque is facing closure as councillors are advised to take legal steps to stop prayer meetings taking place.
A 59-year-old man will appear in court today charged with murder and assisting the suicide of his seriously-ill wife.
Posh and Becks look-alikes have been testing the water in Tinseltown to see how the celebrities will fare there.
Worthing Borough Council should remain under Conservative control at this election but the Lib Dems hope to take at least three seats off the Tories.
Dean Cox has revealed his surprise at being recognised as a favourite by Albion fans.
These Aussie copycats have played at Floyd guitarist David Gilmour's 50th birthday party and drummer Nick Mason has said they play better than the actual band.
Fraudsters are stealing the identity of hundreds of people across Sussex.
Woodingdean is likely to remain a Conservative ward on May 3.
One of the only groups around which can still call themselves a boy band without the assistance of mood lighting or a syringe-full of dermal filler.
No elections are taking place for this parish council because nine people have been nominated for nine seats. But the chairmanship of the seaside authority will be up for grabs on May 8 after Peter Hampton's retirement.
The Conservatives look certain to keep a strong majority in Wealden, one of the most rural districts in Sussex. They have a headstart on opponents with four of the 55 council seats being taken up uncontested.