BRIGHTON and Hove Albion’s chief executive Paul Barber and executive director Martin Perry talk to reporter Neil Vowles in the second and final part of our exclusive interview.
A CHARITY is hiring staff to work with some of the most dangerous domestic abusers in the county to put a stop to their behaviour.
A GP practice is celebrating after being found outstanding by inspectors.
SIXTEEN-year-olds should be trusted to vote in the snap general election, Caroline Lucas has said.
BRIGHTON and HOVE Albion staff have been celebrating their victorious win with coverage in The Argus.
A BRAVE 94-year-old has vowed the thief who stole £600 of her pension money will not stop her going to the shops.
DOROTHY Purvis’s family think she’s mad.
A JUDO club is leaving the building it has called home for 20 years after the council announced plans to increase its rent.
A FILM writer and director has released a new psychological thriller after giving up his job as a web designer a year ago.
A MAN whose war veteran father is registered blind is taking on a 26 mile challenge for the charity which helped him.
HORSHAM town centre’s annual Italian inspired festival was a huge success over the Easter weekend.
JUST to clear up some points raised by A Gumbrill, GP Anderson, Dan Walsh and the seafront traders (Letters, April 18) on the plans to save the Madeira Terraces.
Chris Hall of Burgess Hill took this beautiful picture of the woods near Spatham Lane, Ditchling.
Dodie Finamore is an actress performing in The Writers’ Bloc at Brighton Fringe. She also works for the Fringe in the participant services team when she is not performing.
ALBION will not go chasing fans around the world but will focus on “dominating” the south of England.
A MAJOR retailer is leaving a town centre and moving six miles to a nearby village.
IF ENGLAND are ever to win a World Cup again, it will be a great time for the current government to hold a General Election.
JOHN ANTHONY HAWES Peacefully on 6th April 2017, aged 75 years. John, beloved husband of Phyllis, much loved dad to Sarah, Rachel and Naomi, dear grandad to Archie, Macie and George, dear brother to Vivian, brother-in-law to Ian and uncle to Julie and…
ELLEN RILEY The family of the late Nellie Riley wish to thank all relatives and friends for their floral tributes and support. Also all the staff at The Co-operative Funeralcare, London Road, Brighton.
KIBBLE Stella (Lucy) Mary nAnderson Beloved wife of Roy, passed away peacefully on 3rd April 2017 with serenity & grace following a 3 month illness borne with great courage. Funeral service to be held at Selmeston Village Church at 2.00pm Thursday,…
JEFFREY SALMON (Retired Newsagent/Patcham) Passed away peacefully on 7th April 2017, aged 87 at Upper Mead Care Home, Henfield. Dearest husband of Hazel, much loved dad of David and Judith, father-in-law of Sue and grandad of Greg and Kelly. Jeff will…
Peter PIGOTT Peacefully at The Martlets Hospice on 18th April 2017 after a brave fight, aged 63 years. Beloved father of Kat and Amanda, loving grandad of Ethan and Fletcher, dearly loved brother and uncle of Valerie and Peter and their family. Landlord…
JEFFREY SALMON Beloved brother to Mary, brother-in-law to Mike, Uncle to Lisa, Lee, Lynn, Dan and Abby. Will be deeply missed, but never forgotten. Always in our thoughts.
BARBARA LAWRIE On 26th January 2017, aged 91 years. Wife of the late Jim and mother of Sara and Helen. Funeral Service at Woodvale Crematorium, (South Chapel), Lewes Road, Brighton on Wednesday 3rd May at 11.30am. Family flowers only please. If desired,…
BROADBENT BARRY RICHARD Passed away peacefully at home on 11th April 2017, aged 71 years, after many years of suffering. Beloved husband of Val and devoted dad of Dean and Ian. Will be greatly missed by all family and friends. Celebration of his Life…
ORGANISERS of Together the People have announced this year's edition of the music festival is cancelled.