GPs are giving out more prescriptions for sleeping pills in Sussex, costing the NHS almost £2million a year
ARMED robbers stormed a convenience store before threatening staff and making off with cash and cigarettes.
The University of Sussex has been accused of privatising more than a tenth of its jobs
POLICE are searching for a man who went missing from his East Sussex home on May 7.
Brighton and Hove Albion supporters clubs are seeing unprecedented growth in the number of fans looking to join
I am looking for my sister, whose name is Vivien Jones, née Jordan.
Hundreds of people have paid tribute to teenager Connor Saunders at his funeral held in Rottingdean today (May 12)
Albion coach Charlie Oatway today warned Albion fans to prepare for a summer of speculation regarding their in-demand manager.
A year ago The Vaccines were on the cusp of a magical summer. They blazed a trail across the festival circuit with a series of blistering sets, packed with their perfectly formed collection of pop gems.
Dreamthinkspeak, the theatre company led by innovative director Tristan Sharps, get its kicks rejuvenating unloved spaces.
As galling as it might feel to fans anxious not to miss a build-up, there remains something exciting about queuing for a gig.
Chief executive of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust adds his voice to the hunt for missing Brighton pensioner Nellie Herriott
Hedda Gabler is far from a people’s heroine but her unusual strain of manipulation and conniving ways has enough scope to have kept her alive and kicking on stage since 1892. This interpretation is by University of Sussex…
The Jerusalem Quartet is one of the finest quartets around, so they attracted a large audience for their programme in the cavernous Corn Exchange, perhaps not the ideal venue for chamber music.
The Albert Room of the Grand Hotel provides the setting for Something Witty Theatre’s production of Noël Coward’s comedy of manners, reflecting the fashion and style of the 1930s.
A man was cut across the cheek and tongue in a savage attack at the Vogue Gyratory on Lewes Road, Brighton
Wired Theatre Company invite us to trudge through 1 Shakespeare Street as prospective purchasers.
Private school graduates are still dominating positions of wealth and power in the UK’s “profoundly unequal” society, Michael Gove has warned at a teachers’ conference held in Brighton
Sweeping changes to the law concerning dangerous dogs were announced this week. After a two-year consultation, the Government said dogs who behave dangerously on private property could be seized and destroyed. The four banned types of dog will also…
Play has been abandoned without a ball being bowled for the third day in a row in Sussex's Championship match against Lancashire at Hove.
Former Celebrity Big Brother winner and ex-husband of Katie Price, Alex Reid, has announced plans to run for Parliament and has been eyeing up seats in Brighton and Hove
Famous for its magnificent William Morris interiors and Philip Webb architectural design, Standen in West Hoathly is the only intact house of its kind in Britain - and now is the perfect time to visit
The A27 westbound is currently closed because of a three-vehicle crash in Hove.
Sussex police are investigating after a man abandoned his six-year-old daughter in a Brighton off-licence while he went to collect his winnings from a betting shop
This month the Brighton Festival, with guest director Vanessa Redgrave, provides a programme of inspiring and thought-provoking concerts, events and exhibitions. Katy Rice takes a look at the best of the fest
A former altar boy has been found guilty of murdering a gay supermarket worker he believed to be a paedophile.
Back when Gemma Hayes's debut album Night On My Side was nominated for a Mercury Music Prize, the female singer-songwriting revolution the UK underwent in the mid-2000s was yet to happen.
The Great Escape: Hannah Cohen, Unitarian Church, Brighton, May 10 Eager to escape the rain-soaked and boisterous New Road throng, I took solace in the Unitarian Church.
Children and teenagers aged 16 and under have until May 14 to enter The Argus's Our Queen competition, to draw a portrait of the monarch for a commemorative Diamond Jubilee mug
Architecture suffers from the same myopic worldview as fashion. Its practitioners are required to build to the tastes of their proprietors and public appreciation of beauty changes like the wind.
Somewhere in a parallel universe, Dry The River frontman and songwriter Peter Liddle is a successful doctor who turned his back on his musical dreams to get through medical school.
The nation's tallest viewing tower could be open to the public on Brighton seafront in less than two years
Eddie Alford came to England in the late 1960s. The teacher couldn’t get a job in Ireland because he didn’t have a parish priest’s reference. He never went to church.
Two officers from Sussex Police's hi-tech crime unit are heading off to the US in a bid to become experts at using mobile phones to crack crime
The entertainment and tourism industry has taken a battering since the global financial crash, however the Brighton Fringe has bucked the trend
Armed police swooped after a man carrying a sword made threats to commit suicide in Hastings
It may not be the most well-known event in 20th-century history – eclipsed by two World Wars and the digital revolution.
Four footballers, including three Brighton and Hove Albion players, have appeared before magistrates charged with sexual assault and voyeurism against a woman at a hotel
The daily walk to school gives parents a chance to catch up with their children as well as keeping an eye on them making sure they are safe. But how old is old enough for children to walk to school on their own? Brighton mother Katy Rice looks at the…
Brighton singer Sam Kelly is through to the final of Britain's Got Talent
Follow all the action from Sussex's County Championship clash with Lancashire at Hove and have your say throughout the day courtesy of our interactive blog.
A man reacted badly when police told him to stop feeding birds in Brighton, resulting in a £140 fine
MY VOTE for the ugliest building in Sussex goes to that eyesore called the Newhaven Incinerator.
WE THOUGHT we lived in a decent and lovely neighbourhood near to Queen’s Park in Brighton – but not now.
WHAT a pleasure it was to read Dani Ahrens’s comment piece about her car-free life (The Argus, May 8).
WHILE I am aware we need water, the depressing news of being bombarded with rain for the whole of May fills me with dread.
June launch for nominations