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Shoreham airport has been grounded by inertia

The Argus: Shoreham airport has been grounded by inertia

4:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Shoreham has the oldest working airport in Britain – a green space near the sea much loved by locals and aviation enthusiasts.

Film Diary 2014: Calvary

The Argus: Brendan Gleeson, Bruno the Labrador and Kelly Reilly take a ride in Calvary

1:49pm Monday 14th April 2014

Brendan Gleeson plays a priest threatened by one of his parishoners in this startling drama from John Michael McDonagh, director of The Guard.

Why is Parliament still no place for my mum?

The Argus: Maria Miller

10:34am Monday 14th April 2014

Growing up, there was only one rule that I always understood: my mother was always right.

Restore terrace to save seafront

The Argus: Restore terrace to save seafront

5:00am Wednesday 9th April 2014

Brighton can boast of several stupendous structures ranging from the Royal Pavilion and the piers to the aquarium.

The worst place to feel unsafe

The Argus: One of the needles put through the flats' letterboxes

3:26pm Monday 7th April 2014

Your home is your castle and it's the one place you should be able to feel safe, especially if you have young children.

Lily's breakdown in communication

The Argus: Lily Allen

2:58pm Monday 7th April 2014

So Lily Allen thinks her children are “boring”.

Film Diary 2014: Under The Skin

The Argus: Scarlett Johansson in Under The Skin...

11:45am Monday 7th April 2014

Scarlett Johansson stars in the latest film from Jonathan Glazer (Sexy Beast, Birth)...

It's only right that Brighton hosted one of the UK's first gay marriages

The Argus: Guest house owner Neil Allard and dramatist Andrew Wale were the first same sex couple to be married in Brighton, in a special midnight ceremony in the Royal Pavilion’s grand Music Room.
With the General Register Office declining to make any official a

5:00am Wednesday 2nd April 2014

Brighton was the gay capital of Britain long before homosexuality became legal, because it was a tolerant town.

Young bear cost of buying silver vote

The Argus: David Cameron in Peacehaven

11:31am Monday 31st March 2014

Austerity was slowly lifting, World War Three with Russia was a possibility and an Etonian disliked by Tory backbenchers held the post of Prime Minister.

Danger of losing Brighton's architecture reputation

The Argus: Danger of losing Brighton's architecture reputation

4:00am Wednesday 26th March 2014

Brighton is so much more attractive than its main resort rivals because of its many magnificent buildings.

No slacking on uniform rules

The Argus: No slacking on uniform rules

1:18pm Tuesday 25th March 2014

Why, rages my 15-year-old daughter, do we have to wear school uniform? What is the point?

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