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Celebrating Sussex

Diana Reich tells Carole Buchan about her 25 years as artistic director of Charleston Festival

The Argus: Diana Reich

6:00am Saturday 17th May 2014

Bellowing cows, spurned lovers and death threats – it’s all in a day’s work for Diana Reich, artistic director of the Charleston Festival.

Taking a closer look

12:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Nione Meakin speaks to two local artists about their unique visions of Sussex



Notorious pickpocket arrested

The Argus:

6:00pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

THERE was drama in Eastbourne a century ago when a notorious criminal was caught in the act.


Woodland Wander

The Argus: Woodland Wander

12:00pm Monday 30th June 2014

From the Cuckoo Trail (CT) car park in Hillside Drive, cross the road at the lower end of the car park and follow the direction of the CT signs, bearing right between the houses, on the section towards Hailsham.


A touch of Euro class

The Argus: Emerald Waterways’ game-changing luxury European cruise liner

12:00pm Monday 30th June 2014

If I tell you a story about a swimming pool that turns itself into a cinema, it might sound like one of the fairytales from the romantic German region I was sailing through at the time, or just plain cuckoo like one of the area’s famous clocks.


Why the humble walk is hard to beat

The Argus: Why the humble walk is hard to beat

12:00pm Monday 30th June 2014

From a hardcore trek to a leisurely amble, walking is the activity that never stops giving.



Jacko's final years captured in book

The Argus: Jacko's final years captured in book

12:00pm Monday 30th June 2014

Hannah Stephenson talks to Michael Jackson’s former bodyguards Bill Whitfield and Javon Beard about the star: He may have been the world's most famous pop star, but Michael Jackson was a sad, lonely figure who lived for his children and longed for a more normal life.


Author Simon Brett on being patron of Worthing’s World of Words Festival

The Argus: Author Simon Brett on being patron of Worthing’s World of Words Festival

9:30am Monday 16th June 2014

By their very nature writers spend a lot of time alone, wrestling with prose in locked studies and attics.


Grow your own herbs

The Argus: Grow your own herbs

12:00pm Monday 30th June 2014

Imagine stepping out on to your patio to pick fresh herbs for your cooking - from fragrant basil to accompany ripe tomatoes and mozzarella, coriander to sprinkle on spicy curries and salads, mint to add to your Pimm's or rosemary to sprinkle over flame-licked lamb chops on the barbecue. Sounds idyllic doesn't it?



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