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Abba journey all started at the Brighton Dome

The Argus: A fresh-faced Abba pictured in Pavilion Gardens before the Eurovision Song Contest

2:39pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

Days before the Eurovision Song Contest a group of Swedish nobodies were photographed in Pavilion Gardens.

Ill-disciplined donkey and a homeless service

The Argus: 1983 - Three-year-old Emma Chipper yawns as she waits for a decision on the Easter Bonnet competition

2:25pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

For some, Easter is a time to celebrate one of the most important religious festivals of the year. For others it is a day of pure indulgence. Whatever you think of Easter it has provided some fantastic stories for The Argus over the years. Reporter Ben James delves into the archives to take a look at them.

Sport Nostalgia

Former Seagulls: Ade Akinbiyi

The Argus: Ade Akinbiyi

4:01pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

Position: Forward Born: 10.10.1974 in Hackney, London.

100 years ago

Woman accused of leaking gas to start fire

The Argus: Woman accused of leaking gas to start fire

2:54pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

Argus readers were gripped by the news of a suspected arson attack 100 years ago this week.

Then and Now

Cliffe High Street

The Argus: Cliffe High Street

4:23pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

Percy’s has withstood the test of time in this shot of Cliffe High Street in Lewes.

Mystery Pictures

Arthur Askey, Jan Francis and a pyramid tomb

The Argus: Does anyone know who these two young girls are meeting comedian Arthur Askey in 1953?

3:46pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

This is our regular Yesterdays ‘Mystery Pictures’ section where we’ll print five photographs from our archives that we want to know more about.

Past Present

The Lillywhites: a sporting clan

The Argus: The Lillywhites

5:30am Saturday 12th April 2014

Find out about Sussex’s renowned cricketing family, the Lillywhites, with Adam Trimingham

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