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  • Brighton Wok film proves a big hit

    A black-clad kung fu villain has invaded Brighton, taking up residence in the Royal Pavilion. read more

  • Warning on Worthing patient care

    Hospital workers are warning patient care could suffer as health bosses cut back on the use of agency staff. read more

  • Fifth arrest over violent robbery

    A fifth man has been arrested over a violent robbery. read more

  • Search continues for body of swimmer

    The body of a swimmer seen drifting off Brighton beach has still not been recovered. read more

  • Are you paying attention?

    I’m by no means perfect in this respect, and am quite capable of having a ditzy brunette moment now and again, but I’ve noticed recently that many people don’t seem to pay enough attention to things. For example, we recently advertised for a part-time administrator and receptionist to replace Anna, who’s left Phoenix to pursue her dream of a career in interior design. Our head office relies strongly on IT, and we use a wide range of online computer applications to run the clinic, so we decided to ensure that applicants have the necessary computer know-how by asking them to download, save and complete the application form digitally, and email it back, or download a copy, print it out and complete it manually. read more

  • New study gives fresh hope to back ache sufferers

    Back pain can be prevented by using alternative therapies, a study in Brighton has revealed. read more

  • OAPs hit by burglars five times a day

    Thieves prey on the elderly in their homes every five hours in Sussex, police fear. read more

  • Internet conman jailed after web hunt

    An Internet conman has been jailed after his victims launched an online manhunt in a bid to snare him. read more

  • The art of Brighton business space

    A new report reveals just how important the creative community is to the economy of Brighton and Hove. Business is booming but big concerns are being raised over a lack of accommodation. read more

  • Hove mobile phone firm accused of 'dirty tricks'

    A mobile phone dealership has been accused of using “dirty tricks” to obtain information from its rivals. read more

  • Bridger stays with Eagles

    Lewis Bridger has made peace with Eastbourne Eagles and will represent the club at the Elite League Riders Championship tonight. read more

  • Water, water

    Is it true too much water can harm you? read more

  • Teenager filmed leaning out of 120mph car

    Police want to speak to a teenager who was caught on camera hanging his head out of a car window travelling at 120mph. read more

  • Thug escapes jail after Crawley attack

    A gang of bullies led by a girl pounced on a teenage couple and attacked them because of the way they dressed. read more

  • Secret donor gives lifeboat crews £100,000

    An appeal to raise £1 million for a new lifeboat station has reached a major milestone thanks to a generous mystery donor. read more

  • Cold to the touch?

    I took my little girl to the doctor’s with a cough. Just before he put his stethoscope on her, I warned my daughter: “This is going to be very, very cold.” She promptly burst into tears. read more

  • Danger sign

    I am 38 and for the past four months I have noticed bleeding between my periods. Can I assume this is just due to my age? read more

  • Numbers game

    Do you think my husband has Asperger’s syndrome? He is an accountant. I suppose he has always been a rather “geeky” sort of guy but now he is in his 30s he seems to be more and more interested in things such as computer games and train-spotting... read more

  • Testing time

    I am 21 and have had six lovers. I’d like to get a chlamydia test. But what do the doctors do? read more

  • Olympics blog: A truly magical night for the Brits

    It was an early start on Monday morning to visit the water polo centre, which isn’t in the Cube unfortunately. read more

  • Staff protest as jobs axed at Lancing metal plant

    Closing a manufacturing plant will have a catastrophic impact on nearby firms that rely on it for business, it has been claimed. read more

  • Do it yourself?

    At age 30, I now have a lot of “sun bumps” on my skin. Do you think it would be safe for me to nick them off myself with a razor blade? read more

  • Seven-year glitch

    I am 25 and I have been to bed with man after man over the past seven years. Yet none of them has ever made me orgasm. read more

  • Are you a prime target? Don't be

    In light of the recent number of assaults in Hastings and Hove, Ruth Addicott talks to local experts about personal safety and discovers 50 tips on how to stay safe and avoid becoming a potential victim. read more

  • Private Lives, Connaught Theatre, Worthing, until August 23

    Noel Coward’s Private Lives, written in 1930 as a star vehicle for himself and Gertrude Lawrence, reflected the fashion and style of that time. read more

  • Don't dump all waste on hard-pressed area

    Whatever Adam Trimingham says, processing the sewage of the residents of Brighton and Hove out of gratitude for all that they provide for Peacehaven does not seem like a good deal. read more


    NEWELL Marjorie Died peacefully on 18th August 2008. Now reunited with her beloved husband Tom. Dearly loved and sadly missed by Sue, Margaret and families. Funeral service at the Woodvale South Chapel on Friday 22nd August at 2.30 p.m. followed by interment. Flowers please to Derriman & Haynes 56, Ladies Mile Road , Patcham, Brighton, BN1 8QF Tel: 01273 540168 read more


    MARCHANT. - Julian died after a short illness, aged 53 years.A uniquely special and much loved Husband, Son, Brother and Friend who enriched all the lives he touched.His Funeral ceremony is to be held at Worthing Crematorium, Kingswood Chapel on Thursday 21st August at 12.20pm.Family flowers only.Donations if desired to The British Heart Foundation c/o ARKA Funerals, 39-41 Surrey Street, Brighton. BN1 3PB. TEL: 01273 766620. read more


    MARSH. - Wendy aged 62 years. Peacefully on11th August 2008 after a long illness. Funeral service at Worthing Crematorium, Findon on Wednesday, 27th August 2008 at 2.00 pm in the Muntham Chapel. Donations please to 'St Barnabas House' c/o Chalcraft Funeral Directors, Chequers Yard, Steyning, BN44 3RE. Tel: 01903 812656 read more


    DEAR DANIELLE Happy Birthday Lots of love. Grandad and Trina. xx read more


    BROWNJOHN DANIELLE CONGRATULATIONS on your 18th Danni Love from Glen, Daniela Isabella. XX read more


    BROWNJOHN DANIELLE Happy Birthday All our love always. Mum, Sofie and G. xx read more


    BROWNJOHN DANIELLE CONGRATULATIONS Danni Love from Lee and Jane.X read more




    DANNI BJ Happy 18th Birthday and good luck for the future. Lots of love Granny, Grandpa and Claire. xxx read more


    JOHN McNICHOL 20.08.1925 - 17.03.2007 Thinking of you today and every day. God Bless. Margaret, Donna and Kieran, John, George and Sarah, Patrick and Bridget. read more


    O'ROURKE. - On 15th August, 2008, suddenly at The Princess Royal Hospital, William (Bill) Vincent, aged 65 years, of Haywards Heath. Devoted husband of Sue, a much loved father of David, Beverley, Christina, Liam, Brendan and Bridget, also a dearly loved grandfather. Funeral service at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, North Common Road, Wivelsfield Green on Tuesday, 26th August, at 2.00p.m, followed by interment at Western Road, Cemetery, Haywards Heath. Flowers to R.A.Brooks & Son, 35 Wivelsfield Road, Haywards Heath, W.Sussex. Tel.- (01444) 454391. read more


    BROWNJOHN DANIELLE Have a great Birthday Love you lots Nan. XXX read more

  • Simple answer to stop litter

    I have a simple answer to the problem of rubbish at events like Pride. read more

  • Residents ignored over bus corridor

    On February 8, 2007, along with a large number of concerned Peacehaven and Telscombe Cliffs residents, I attended a meeting at the Meridian Centre. read more

  • Why no bypass?

    We have just come back from a few days’ holiday in East Anglia and the West Country. read more

  • Advantages of a president

    Contrary to the views of John L Hyde-Smith, it is easy to say how the lives of British people would be improved by having an elected head of state. read more

  • Bureaucracy holds binmen back

    So, binmen from Adur and Worthing have been studying to pass their exams in waste management. read more

  • Travellers site

    Why are travellers to be sited on the old BMX track off Wilson Avenue (The Argus, August 16)? read more

  • No 77 drivers

    During the last four weeks, I have been getting to know the bus drivers on the No 77. read more

  • Thanks for a great day out

    In contrast to many letter writers, I would like to congratulate our rail companies. read more

  • Lifeguard chairs

    J Carnighan (Letters, August 15) seems to have misunderstood the point I was making about lifeguards. read more

  • Funeral of football-mad Henry

    Mourners packed a church yesterday to remember a football-loving youngster. read more

  • Adams misses out for Sussex

    Skipper Chris Adams is out of the Sussex side for today's Championship game against Surrey at the Oval. read more

  • Surrey v Sussex

    Follow Bruce Talbot's live commentary of the Surrey v Sussex match at The Oval below. read more

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