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Thursday, January 30
Updated 6:20pm Thursday 30th January 2014 in Live Panels
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Some late breaking sports news for you Albion fans on your way home tonight: the transfer of Dale Stephens from Charlton is a done deal.
We will bring you more here when we get it.
Still no service on Southern between Bexhill and Hastings after landslide.
Rail services are due to be hit by the severe weather forecast for the weekend.
There is also the possibility of delays on Saturday morning caused by potential damage from the storm.
Fire in St. Matthews Gardens, Hastings http://t.co/x7B4YMeGSf— East Sussex FRS (@EastSussexFRS) January 30, 2014
SERVICE 29 & 29. A lorry has blown a tyre on the A27 near the Newmarket westbound, the carriageway is down to one lane. Expect delays— B&H Buses (@BrightonHoveBus) January 30, 2014
Another bit of breaking transfer news for Albion as they are linked to striker David Rodriguez.
Don't forget our liveblog on transfer deadline day will be running from 7.30am tomorrow with all the latest moves.
Our photographer Sam Stephenson captured the Rottingdean house being demolished after being gutted by fire last year.
And here is the original video of the fire in case you wanted reminding:
Looking forward to Council today. We want to raise council tax to protect services. http://t.co/wVAmVBSoAU— sue shanks (@ShanksSue) January 30, 2014
Sue Shanks is looking forward to Brighton and Hove City Council meeting today and so are we.
Our reporter Neil Vowles will be there and you can see all the news in tomorrow's Argus.
Our Holocaust Memorial Day event is just about to start (1.30pm) in Jubilee lecture theatre http://t.co/zMQB3zGkOi— @SussexUniStaff 30 January 2014
The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for wind to go with the current warning for rain this Saturday.
It is wet outside, and our photographer Simon dack has been out in Alfriston filming the ensuing flooding.
Will we see a repeat of last year's bin strikes?
Our reporter Henry Holloway will be at The Sussex pub in Hove from 12.30pm today as part of our Meet The Argus series.
You can meet the reporter and discuss any issues you feel should be raised or concern you.
Henry will be happy to help if he can.
We have an update from the incident this morning in Worthing.
Today's talking point is looking at the issue of party houses in Brighton and Hove.
Some new from the sportsdesk as the protracted move of Liam Bridcutt to Sunderland edges ever closer.
The Argus is holding a debate at Hove Town Hall on February 6 at 7pm on the Brighton and Hove referendum.
You can find out more and take part in both our online referendum and submit questions for the party leaders for the debate at our special Argus Council Tax Debate site.
You might remember last year there was a huge house fire in Rottingdean.
It appears the demolition crews are now tearing down the building.
Remember it is less than 48 hours until the transfer window shuts and we will be bringing you all the tranfer news from 7.30am tomorrow morning.
There has been plenty of breaking news this morning.
Welcome to today's live panel, bringing you the latest live news from Brighton, Hove and Sussex.
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