The only bank in Saltdean, the popular HSBC in Longridge Avenue, is scheduled to close in June. The branch provides a vital community service to local residents and businesses. Its closure will mean an increased risk of crime as customers will have to carry cash over prolonged distances...
The new Sex and the City movie is upon us at the end of this month and from what I’ve seen from the trailer, I’m begging they don’t make a third.
Eastbourne Borough have released captain Paul Armstrong.
An interview with Guy McKnight, lead singer of Brighton-based rock band The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster. Guy, who currently lives in Kemp Town, discusses the turbulent ups and downs of life in the rock business as well as his ventures outside of music, and the band’s latest album which is released today.
Finding time for yourself in such a busy world, cramped by work, childcare, family responsibilities and household chores is hard. It can be impossible, which makes those rare moments of quiet and stillness absolutely precious. Precious enough to fight for...
New MP for Brighton Kemptown, Simon Kirby, took the floor of a disorganized presentation to state very clearly that he would oppose any development of Saltdean Lido involving the building of flats...
Is Brian Eno really God? Having a break from commuting — and getting involved in the festival — I realise what I've been missing
A timber lorry travelling east on the A27 near Lewes has overturned.
A tribute to the three musicians who played on as the Titanic went down in 1912, Pluck used a variety of effects and media, including their own silent film and real footage of the ship’s doomed voyage.
Of Heaven And Earth – 6pm, St John The Baptist Church (Classical Music)
When it comes to rock journalists, they don’t come much more legendary than Nick Kent.
Volcanic ash clouds, strike threats, gruelling military entangle-ments abroad, the perceived failure of Copenhagen, looming environmental catastrophe… there is plenty of grist to the pessimist’s mill in the news agenda.
A teenager has been raped on Brighton beach.
Adapted and directed by Ann Feloy from Belloc’s classic book, this production made a fascinating piece of entertainment. It was a hymn of praise to Sussex and its countryside as it described Belloc’s journey made on foot from Robertsbridge, in the east of the county, to the western boundary and the start of “the wastelands – Hampshire”.
In September 2003, Sussex Cricket Club won their first County Championship in 164 years and this achievement is celebrated by Mark Brailsford in a one-man show written and performed by him.
Impact Dance Company brought their urban, hip-hop theatre down from the streets of London to the green of Brighton.
I would like to personally like to thank all the voters and other residents who engaged in the election this year.
I am amazed at the sheer irresponsibility of many residents of the Shirley Drive, Woodland Drive, Dyke Road area who place large stones and wooden spikes in the Brighton and Hove City Council-owned verges outside their homes, presumably to stop vehicles parking there.
I would like to thank the audience who so generously contributed on May 9 at Hullabaloo Community Quire’s performance in Shoreham.
I would like to thank everyone involved in my campaign for their dedication and hard work. Being a candidate in an election is an incredibly humbling experience, both from the perspective of those who commit their time and energy for a cause they believe is right, and the electorate who put their faith in change.
"I wish we were organised," sighed Rebecca Taylor, one half of boy/girl duo Slow Club, midway through their headline set at the Unitarian Church as they discussed which song to play next.
By its very nature as a festival celebrating new music The Great Escape is about bands fighting to find a new audience and carve out a corner in the national music scene.
There’s very little opportunity for gazing at shoes in Robbie Furze’s triumphant stage performance.
Could there have been anything sexier at The Great Escape than four Scandinavian lovelies playing oompah?
I agree with all that Ann Chrisfield wrote in praise of Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum (Letters, May 12).
Responding to Peter Bailey and his letter about the viaduct supporting The Volks Electric Railway (Letters, May 15), many photographs taken by Jack Turley in 1938 confirm the tracks running across sections of beach before the shingle arose to the higher levels we see today.
I note that no cycle counters have been installed on The Drive or Grand Avenue and suggest this is because the resulting figures would not justify the huge sums spent on the cycle lanes installed on these roads.
Mozart’s famous comic opera is packed with plot, mysticism and its use of Masonic ritual was a chance to exploit their rites on the stage at a time when Masonry had been interdicted by Maria Theresa.
After an evening noticeably short on interesting songwriting, it seemed it was going to fall to Wild Beasts to make up the deficit.
Speaking on behalf of all those who lived through the 1980s the first time, it would be great not to have to go through the same music all over again.
Americans seem to have the upper hand when it comes to an effortlessly cool way of doing things. Real Estate are no exception but they also have the songs to warrant looking every bit as gutter-indie as their music.
Competing with music industry chitter-chatter is never easy but there were times, albeit briefly, when Dan Shears and his Velveteens managed to reduce the bar above Audio to near-silence.
During election time the people of Lewes put up lots of Liberal Democrat posters supporting Norman Baker. It is a Lewes tradition, a bit like the bunting at street parties, or all those window decorations at Christmas.
The name is beyond ghastly, but the Canadian garage rock-duo are a brilliantly frenetic, noisemongering force of nature.
Like Sergeant Howie, the policeman sent to a remote Scottish island in the original 1973 horror flick, the creators of Singalong Wickerman have clearly been cursed. From 2009’s ill-fated Beachdown Festival to last week’s scheduling mix-up at Free Range, they’ve suffered no less than five cancellations in a year.
A Baroque masterpiece valued at more than £9 million has been saved for the nation after an anonymous buyer stepped in to prevent it going overseas, it was announced today.
A pedestrian has been taken to hospital after an A27 road accident.
Brighton’s dubious reputation as the stag and hen capital of the south has been thrown into question after weekend violence erupted.
When Guardian journalist John Harris and novelist and former A&R man John Niven met with former Observer Music Monthly journalist Garry Mulholland...
Shop staff and customers overpowered a knife-wielding robber in Worthing last night.
Rory Cottam’s vocals are so rooted in northern England you’d imagine he was raised in a two-up-two-down terrace and took his summer holidays in Blackpool.
Police are hunting for a man with a scratched face after a sex attack.
Pick up your copy of The Argus today for your 2 for 1 ticket offer to comedy Die Roten Punkte at Komedia tonight.
A grumpy children’s character has been brought to life by a metal worker.
Argus readers helped to make a piece of history by adding snapshots of their daily lives to the county’s Mass Observation archive.
Micky Adams has praised the work of Albion striker Craig Davies at Port Vale.
A Brighton pub has been closed by on police orders.
A woman has died in a police cell at Worthing.
STRUDWICK. - Don, 17th May 1992. Another year since God took you away, we still love and miss you every day. Love Patsy & Julie. xxx
WELLS. - Sharon, seven years on and missing our darling daughter, a sister to Lee and Mum to Gabby and Ellie.