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Friend describes teen fairground ride horror

The Argus: Friend describes teen fairground ride horror

5:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

A teenager plunged 15ft after slipping out of a moving fairground ride.

Funding boost for tennis club

The Argus: Funding boost for tennis club

5:34pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Tennis club members are serving with a smile after a funding boost for their bid to build three clay courts.

Four men wanted after aggravated burglary

The Argus: Woman falls from 20ft window at Horam home near Heathfield

4:10pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Four burglars broke into a house before being scared off by someone living there.

Teenager attacked while playing football

The Argus: Woman falls from 20ft window at Horam home near Heathfield

1:45pm Saturday 19th April 2014

A teenager was attacked while playing football in Hastings.

Sports clubs targeted by burglars

The Argus: Lewes teenagers questioned over attempted break-in at Brighton flat

1:40pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Burglars have targeted a series of sports clubs across the south coast.

Special report: The wonder of Record Store Day

The Argus: Special report: The wonder of Record Store Day

9:33am Saturday 19th April 2014

Vinyl was once thought to be a dying format, but now a surge of people are dusting off their decks. Henry Holloway reports on Record Store Day, which is on the forefront of the vinyl revival.

Praise for hospitals for weekend care

The Argus: Hospice grant will help provide home care and support in Chailey

8:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Hospitals have won national acclaim for their efforts in providing better and safer care at weekends.

Police defend tactics at anti-fracking protest after MP criticism

The Argus: VIDEO: Caroline Lucas speaks outside court

7:10am Saturday 19th April 2014

Sussex Police has defended its tactics during the Balcombe protests saying its first priority had always been maintaining public safety.

Union’s plea to help save 125 job cuts

The Argus: Wakehurst Place in autumn

7:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

A union has called on the public to help save the jobs of 125 plant experts.

‘Eyesore’ tower to be revamped in multi-million pound plan

The Argus: ‘Eyesore’ tower to be revamped in multi-million pound plan

7:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

A nine-storey “eyesore” will be the subject of a multi-million pound development after escaping the clutches of a demolition team.

Taking home Miss Sussex title

The Argus: Taking home Miss Sussex title

7:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Beauty judges were sold on a pitch by a marketing assistant who claimed the title of Miss Sussex 2014.

Police compensation claims revealed

The Argus: Woman falls from 20ft window at Horam home near Heathfield

6:40am Saturday 19th April 2014

A police officer received £9,000 of taxpayers' money after getting her foot trapped in a pothole in a station car park.

Lifeboat volunteer honoured for teen search in dangerous storms

The Argus: Lifeboat volunteer honoured for teen search in dangerous storms

6:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

A man who led the RNLI search for a missing teenager will receive one of the charity's highest accolades.

Father of teenager killed in Syria says he was a "martyr"

The Argus: Father of teenager killed in Syria says he was a "martyr"

1:29pm Friday 18th April 2014

The father of a British teenager killed in Syria has spoken about the loss of his son, called him a “martyr” and said “he was not a terrorist”.

Girl injured after plunging from Worthing seafront fairground ride

The Argus: The girl fell off The Rocker ride

8:33am Friday 18th April 2014

A girl is reportedly in a coma after falling off a seafront ride called The Rocker.

Teenager killed in Syria conflict

The Argus: A photo from the Syrian revolt in August last year (Pic: AP Photo/SANA)

4:00am Friday 18th April 2014

An 18-year-old has been killed in the Syrian conflict.

Some homes still without power following accident on the A22

4:55pm Friday 18th April 2014

Some homes are still without power following accident on the A22 earlier today

Preparing to mark 750th battle anniversary

The Argus: Preparing to mark 750th battle anniversary

2:00pm Friday 18th April 2014

Lewes is preparing to party like it’s 1264 as it marks 750 years since its historic battle.

A22 Hailsham closed due to downed power cables

1:38pm Friday 18th April 2014

The Southbound carriageway of the A22 at Hailsham is closed due to downed power cables

Nursing home could become family homes

The Argus: Nursing home could become family homes (Pic: Google Streetview)

12:30pm Friday 18th April 2014

A care home is expected to close in order to be transformed into three large family homes.

Architectural gems that need to be saved before it is too late

The Argus: Architectural gems that need to be saved before it is too late

12:00pm Friday 18th April 2014

Brighton and Hove proudly lays claim to being one of the country’s architectural hotspots but sadly all these beautifully designed buildings cost money to maintain. The Regency Society used its annual John Small lecture for six experts to each argue for immediate action to rescue one building in the city they consider most at-risk. Neil Vowles reports on our stone, brick and plaster masterpieces that badly need a little tender loving care before it’s too late.

Primary school places crisis revealed

The Argus: Fewer Brighton and Hove parents get primary school place of choice

11:00am Friday 18th April 2014

The majority of Brighton and Hove’s primary schools are drastically oversubscribed, new figures have revealed.

People living longer than a decade ago

The Argus: People living longer than a decade ago

7:20am Friday 18th April 2014

Newborn babies are expected to live nearly three years longer than 10 years ago, new figures show.

Summer blues for bees

The Argus: Summer blues for bees

7:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Summer is the most challenging season for honey bees to collect nectar and pollen, according to a new study.

Davina brings back bike ride

The Argus: Davina brings back bike ride

6:20am Friday 18th April 2014

Celebrity Davina McCall will bring her DIVA charity bike ride back to Sussex next month.

Threats made to driver in car crash case

The Argus: Woman falls from 20ft window at Horam home near Heathfield

6:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Tensions are “running high” among residents after threats were made against people involved in a serious crash.

‘Cheap’ chocolate bars help shop survive

The Argus: ‘Cheap’ chocolate bars help shop survive

6:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Cheap chocolate bars and value brands have replaced branded products on one Brighton shop’s shelves – in a bid to keep customers.

Record early sales for Pride tickets

The Argus: Pride party at Preston Park. Photo by Terry Applin

6:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Tickets for the resurgent Pride festival are flying off the shelves at a record rate.

'Significant' police presence for March for England

The Argus: Policing March for England demo in Brighton cost almost £500,000

5:30am Friday 18th April 2014

A “significant” police presence is being prepared to ensure a “safe environment” when the March for England returns to Brighton.

Charity marks 20 years with cash appeal

The Argus: Charity marks 20 years with cash appeal

5:30am Friday 18th April 2014

A charity is celebrating its 20th birthday with a funding appeal to help complete what they claim is one of Brighton and Hove’s most eco-friendly structures.

Rainbow choir puts on free concert

The Argus: Rainbow choir puts on free concert

5:00am Friday 18th April 2014

An LGBT choir will open the doors of a Brighton church for a free concert.

Woman handed parking ticket hours after mum died

The Argus: Woman handed parking ticket hours after mum died

5:00am Friday 18th April 2014

A disabled woman is devastated after parking chiefs insisted she pays for a ticket she received hours after her mother died.

How injured soldiers were helped through art

The Argus: How injured soldiers were helped through art

4:30am Friday 18th April 2014

A new exhibition will show how injured soldiers coped with the horrors of war through art.

Caroline Lucas found not guilty in anti-fracking protest trial

The Argus: Caroline Lucas found not guilty in anti-fracking protest trial

2:40pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Caroline Lucas has been cleared of all charges after facing trial for her part in an anti-fracking protest last year.

VIDEO: Caroline Lucas speaks outside court

The Argus: VIDEO: Caroline Lucas speaks outside court

4:34pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Caroline Lucas MP spoke to press outside Brighton Magistrates' Court after she was cleared of two charges relating to last year's anti-fracking protest in Balcombe.

Have your say: Should the West Pier be dismantled?

The Argus: A drone’s eye view of the crumbling West Pier

11:31am Thursday 17th April 2014

Our story on the stunning views of the West Pier from the air has generated plenty of interest today.

Man strolling along M23 was 'walking to London'

The Argus: Traffic queues on the A23 after diesel spills cause accidents and delays between the M23 and A280 in Angmering

1:13pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A man spotted walking along a motorway told police he was heading for London.

Raw sewage found in kebab shop

The Argus: Raw sewage found in kebab shop

8:16am Thursday 17th April 2014

A kebab shop owner has been prosecuted after raw sewage was found on site close to where food was being prepared.

Caroline Lucas MP arrives in court for fracking trial

The Argus: Caroline Lucas arrives at court to hear verdicts

12:24pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Verdicts are due to be returned in the trial of Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and four co-defendants who were arrested during an anti-fracking protest in West Sussex.

Assault victim rescued with cherry picker from upstairs window

The Argus: Lewes teenagers questioned over attempted break-in at Brighton flat

7:10pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A man who was involved in a domestic assault had to rescued from a top floor window by the fire service.

Two cars had screws drilled into their tyres

The Argus: Lewes teenagers questioned over attempted break-in at Brighton flat

5:40pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Two cars were vandalised with screws drilled into their wheels.

Yorkshire terrier bites boy in park

The Argus: Motorcyclist dies at the scene after collision

4:40pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A boy was bitten by a dog in a park while out walking with his family.

Ethical supermarket proving a hit

The Argus: Ethical supermarket proving a hit

2:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Pioneering supermarket hiSbe opened last year promising to change the way we shop. Many dismissed the shop – which stands for How It Should Be - saying it would be powerless to compete against the likes of Tesco and Sainsbury’s. But having exceeded its sales target for the first quarter the future looks bright. Ben James visited to find out what they are doing differently.

Job loss threat at Wakehurst Place

The Argus: Job loss threat at Wakehurst Place

2:02pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A union has called on the public to help save the jobs of 125 plant experts.

63-year-old man assaulted and robbed by woman

The Argus: Motorcyclist dies at the scene after collision

2:01pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A 63-year-old man was assaulted, knocked to the floor and robbed by a woman.

Seafront attraction opens doors after refurbishment

The Argus: Seafront attraction opens doors after refurbishment

1:30pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Visitors will be left feeling like they are “walking on water” as an iconic seafront attraction opens its doors again following a £350,000 transformation.

Crash that left two people with broken bones prompts police appeal

The Argus: Motorcyclist injured, road closed

1:34pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A three vehicle crash that left two people in their eighties with broken bones has prompted a police appeal.

Boarding school gets damning inspection report

The Argus: Lewes boarding school gets damning inspection report (Pic: Google Streetview)

1:00pm Thursday 17th April 2014

A private school formerly rated as outstanding has now been deemed “inadequate” following an “emergency” visit by inspectors.

Delays after three-vehicle crash in Shoreham

The Argus: Motorcyclist injured, road closed

12:47pm Thursday 17th April 2014

There are delays after a three-vehicle crash in Shoreham.

More motorists convicted of drink and drug-driving offences

The Argus: Motorcyclist dies at the scene after collision

5:35pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Another four motorists have been convicted of drink or drug-driving offences.


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