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  • Building up to a crisis

    NEW homes may have to be built in the countryside if Sussex is to avoid future social misery, academics warned today. Local authorities are facing increasing pressure to release greenfield sites for development because of lack of space in towns. A new

  • Brochure bonanza

    More than 200,000 Place To Be spring brochures hit the streets of Brighton and Hove today. The colourful leaflets list events which celebrate the new millennium and support the town's bid for city status. The campaign is being chaired by Simon Fanshawe

  • Vintage villagers

    Nyetimber Classic Cuvee is a blend of classic Chardonnay grapes made by Stuart and Sandy Moss in their vineyard near West Chiltington. The 1993 vintage beat top bubbly from all over the world to scoop the Yarden Trophy for best sparkling wine at the International

  • Cup relief for Albion reserves at Crawley

    Albion beat Crawley 2-1 to move into the quarter finals of the Sussex Senior Cup. Dave Cameron was the match winner as he scored one and made one as a strong reserve side made hard work of beating their Dr Martens League hosts. Crawley could even have

  • Isaac admits his future is up in the air

    Steve Isaac has teamed up with Martin Pallant, his coach from junior days. It's all part of a bid to bring the national badminton title back to Sussex. The 25-year-old from Worthing is the county's main hope for glory in the English National Championships

  • Riders are ready to make a record start

    The course record is under threat as GS Stella launch the racing season with a hilly time trial at Funtingdon in West Sussex on Sunday at 10am. The previous record over the tough 25-mile course is 57min.11sec, set three years ago by Olympic ace Rob Hayles

  • Doctor had to work 43 hours non-stop

    A JUNIOR doctor had worked 43 hours without a break before he had to carry out an emergency operation A court heard that Mark Dayer had to insert a tube into Brighton teacher Richard Lewis's neck to give him oxygen to revive breathing. It was the first

  • Target of hate

    A worker at a controversial monkey farm spoke out against the terror tactics used by animal rights extremists. The man, who asked for his identity to be kept secret, said his home had been attacked, his car damaged and an explosive package full of broken

  • Stabbed Layla is not infected

    Layla Baxter, in danger of losing an eye after being stabbed with a syringe, has had some good news. Blood tests show the six-year-old Brighton girl has not contracted any diseases. It was feared Layla could have developed deadly illnesses such as hepatitis

  • The case of Jacqueline turning into Frederick

    POLICE got more than they bargained for when they went to search a woman suspected of fraud. Jacqueline Harris turned out to be Frederick William Harris, aged 60. A woman detective, suspicious something was not quite feminine enough about Jacqueline,

  • Question of balance for Knight

    If Dick Knight wants a dramatic career change he could always find work in a circus as a novelty juggler. Albion's chairman is doing a pretty good job of balancing three footballs in the air with only one leg! He is trying to provide manager Micky Adams

  • Isaac admits his future is up in the air

    Steve Isaac has teamed up with Martin Pallant, his coach from junior days. It's all part of a bid to bring the national badminton title back to Sussex. The 25-year-old from Worthing is the county's main hope for glory in the English National Championships

  • Adam Trimingham, the Sage of Sussex

    Don't hold your breath but there are serious proposals for the Lewes to Uckfield railway line to be reopened for the first time since it closed more than 30 years ago. They have been put forward by Connex South Central as part of its plans to get a new

  • Pioneer years of the silver screen

    Now that the ABC is no more, has part of Brighton's folklore disappeared for good? With the recent closure of the ABC in Brighton's East Street, we have lost one of the last purpose-built and once opulent picture-palaces that were so much part of the

  • Building up to a crisis

    NEW homes may have to be built in the countryside if Sussex is to avoid future social misery, academics warned today. Local authorities are facing increasing pressure to release greenfield sites for development because of lack of space in towns. A new

  • COMMUNITY NEWS FROM THE BRIGHTON AREA

    BLIND ASSOCIATION: The next meeting of the Hove Social Group of the East Sussex Association for the Blind, takes place on Wednesday at All Saints' Church Hall, Eaton Road, Hove, from 2-4pm. The entertainment is provided by the Music Makers with Hesta

  • MORE COMMUNITY NEWS FROM AROUND THE COUNTY

    Yapton & Ford John Dickeson 01243 551972 PARISH COUNCIL: Ford Parish Council at their meeting in January received a report on the insurance for the Memorial Gardens. The garden and furniture is valued at £3,300 and the premium per annum is £41.73.

  • It's the kids who'll suffer

    New housing estates springing up all over the countryside are the most obvious sign of the Government's failure to put limits on growth in Sussex. Another manifestation will soon be temporary classrooms at secondary schools all over East Sussex. Thousands

  • Doctor had to work 43 hours non-stop

    A JUNIOR doctor had worked 43 hours without a break before he had to carry out an emergency operation A court heard that Mark Dayer had to insert a tube into Brighton teacher Richard Lewis's neck to give him oxygen to revive breathing. It was the first

  • 'Animal' shares to be sold

    A council has decided to sell its shares in a controversial animal research laboratory. West Sussex County Council released a statement last night saying it would sell its £115,000 stake in Huntingdon Life Sciences hours after an Argus story revealed

  • Target of hate

    A worker at a controversial monkey farm spoke out against the terror tactics used by animal rights extremists. The man, who asked for his identity to be kept secret, said his home had been attacked, his car damaged and an explosive package full of broken

  • Stabbed Layla is not infected

    Layla Baxter, in danger of losing an eye after being stabbed with a syringe, has had some good news. Blood tests show the six-year-old Brighton girl has not contracted any diseases. It was feared Layla could have developed deadly illnesses such as hepatitis

  • The case of Jacqueline turning into Frederick

    POLICE got more than they bargained for when they went to search a woman suspected of fraud. Jacqueline Harris turned out to be Frederick William Harris, aged 60. A woman detective, suspicious something was not quite feminine enough about Jacqueline,

  • Adams wants a target man

    Albion manager Micky Adams is thinking big in a bid to replace Lorenzo Pinamonte. He could sign another giant striker following the 6ft 3in Italian's move to Brentford. "I would think that is an avenue we might try to pursue," Adams revealed. "We thought

  • Question of balance for Knight

    If Dick Knight wants a dramatic career change he could always find work in a circus as a novelty juggler. Albion's chairman is doing a pretty good job of balancing three footballs in the air with only one leg! He is trying to provide manager Micky Adams

  • Riders are ready to make a record start

    The course record is under threat as GS Stella launch the racing season with a hilly time trial at Funtingdon in West Sussex on Sunday at 10am. The previous record over the tough 25-mile course is 57min.11sec, set three years ago by Olympic ace Rob Hayles

  • Adam Trimingham, the Sage of Sussex

    Don't hold your breath but there are serious proposals for the Lewes to Uckfield railway line to be reopened for the first time since it closed more than 30 years ago. They have been put forward by Connex South Central as part of its plans to get a new

  • Pioneer years of the silver screen

    Now that the ABC is no more, has part of Brighton's folklore disappeared for good? With the recent closure of the ABC in Brighton's East Street, we have lost one of the last purpose-built and once opulent picture-palaces that were so much part of the

  • Building up to a crisis

    NEW homes may have to be built in the countryside if Sussex is to avoid future social misery, academics warned today. Local authorities are facing increasing pressure to release greenfield sites for development because of lack of space in towns. A new

  • COMMUNITY NEWS FROM THE BRIGHTON AREA

    BLIND ASSOCIATION: The next meeting of the Hove Social Group of the East Sussex Association for the Blind, takes place on Wednesday at All Saints' Church Hall, Eaton Road, Hove, from 2-4pm. The entertainment is provided by the Music Makers with Hesta

  • MORE COMMUNITY NEWS FROM AROUND THE COUNTY

    Yapton & Ford John Dickeson 01243 551972 PARISH COUNCIL: Ford Parish Council at their meeting in January received a report on the insurance for the Memorial Gardens. The garden and furniture is valued at £3,300 and the premium per annum is £41.73.

  • It's the kids who'll suffer

    New housing estates springing up all over the countryside are the most obvious sign of the Government's failure to put limits on growth in Sussex. Another manifestation will soon be temporary classrooms at secondary schools all over East Sussex. Thousands

  • Historic vote over Stock Exchange

    THE Stock Exchange has announced it will hold a vote among its members on March 15 to decide whether to end two centuries of being mutually owned. Currently the organisation is owned entirely by the 298 member stockbrokers across the UK. If 75 per cent

  • Building up to a crisis

    NEW homes may have to be built in the countryside if Sussex is to avoid future social misery, academics warned today. Local authorities are facing increasing pressure to release greenfield sites for development because of lack of space in towns. A new

  • 'Animal' shares to be sold

    A council has decided to sell its shares in a controversial animal research laboratory. West Sussex County Council released a statement last night saying it would sell its £115,000 stake in Huntingdon Life Sciences hours after an Argus story revealed

  • Brochure bonanza

    More than 200,000 Place To Be spring brochures hit the streets of Brighton and Hove today. The colourful leaflets list events which celebrate the new millennium and support the town's bid for city status. The campaign is being chaired by Simon Fanshawe

  • Vintage villagers

    Nyetimber Classic Cuvee is a blend of classic Chardonnay grapes made by Stuart and Sandy Moss in their vineyard near West Chiltington. The 1993 vintage beat top bubbly from all over the world to scoop the Yarden Trophy for best sparkling wine at the International

  • Adams wants a target man

    Albion manager Micky Adams is thinking big in a bid to replace Lorenzo Pinamonte. He could sign another giant striker following the 6ft 3in Italian's move to Brentford. "I would think that is an avenue we might try to pursue," Adams revealed. "We thought

  • Cup relief for Albion reserves at Crawley

    Albion beat Crawley 2-1 to move into the quarter finals of the Sussex Senior Cup. Dave Cameron was the match winner as he scored one and made one as a strong reserve side made hard work of beating their Dr Martens League hosts. Crawley could even have

  • Riders are ready to make a record start

    The course record is under threat as GS Stella launch the racing season with a hilly time trial at Funtingdon in West Sussex on Sunday at 10am. The previous record over the tough 25-mile course is 57min.11sec, set three years ago by Olympic ace Rob Hayles

  • Riders are ready to make a record start

    The course record is under threat as GS Stella launch the racing season with a hilly time trial at Funtingdon in West Sussex on Sunday at 10am. The previous record over the tough 25-mile course is 57min.11sec, set three years ago by Olympic ace Rob Hayles

  • Historic vote over Stock Exchange

    THE Stock Exchange has announced it will hold a vote among its members on March 15 to decide whether to end two centuries of being mutually owned. Currently the organisation is owned entirely by the 298 member stockbrokers across the UK. If 75 per cent