• Noisy roads affecting quality of life, experts warn

    The noisiest roads in Brighton and Hove are seriously affecting peoples' quality of life, experts have warned. New maps, published by the Government, show numerous parts of the city where noise levels are reaching or exceeding national guidelines. Experts

  • Appeal after man beaten into a coma

    A young man was beaten into a coma in a brutal attack in a town centre. Police disturbed a gang beating the 20-year-old near a covered shopping area early on Saturday. The victim was rushed to intensive care at Worthing Hospital suffering from head

  • Bus drivers reject new pay offer

    The pay row which threatens to send hundreds of Brighton and Hove bus drivers on strike is to continue after union members voted against a new offer from company bosses. In a fresh ballot, members of the Unite Transport and General Workers' Union (T&

  • Desperately seeking cyclist

    A romantic is desperately searching for a woman he believes could be 'the one' after a brief encounter. Love-struck IT consultant Rob Wassell passed the mystery woman while riding his bike and has set up a website to try and find out who she is. Describing

  • Micky can be Albion's dream ticket

    Andrew Whing believes Micky Adams could be Albion's ticket to promotion again. The former Coventry right-back has been reunited with Adams now that he is back in charge of the Seagulls. Adams guided Albion to the old Third Division title in his first

  • Centurion Prior says Sussex must get tough

    Matt Prior scored his third hundred of the season but admitted it was a bittersweet celebration after Sussex lost at Hove for the first time since 2004. The county champions were beaten by seven wickets against Durham despite Prior's unbeaten 133 in

  • Prior's century can't save Sussex

    Matt Prior's magnificent 133 not out at Hove yesterday could not stop Sussex from surrendering their proud unbeaten home record. They last tasted Championship defeat in the final game of 2004 against Surrey 26 matches ago but Durham thoroughly deserved

  • CCTV scanned after rape claim

    Police investigating a seafront rape claim are searching CCTV images for clues. A 19-year-old girl made a complaint to police that she was raped in King's Road, Brighton, at 11.40pm on Thursday. She said a man walked towards her between Buddies restaurant

  • Home-building deal for bowls club

    Developers are bidding to a buy a bowls club with a multimillion pound home-building deal, The Argus has learned. The unnamed firm has approached Preston Bowls Club in Brighton, which is celebrating its centenary this year, offering to relocate them

  • Cyclist found in road with head injuries

    A 60-year-old cyclist was found lying in the road with head injuries. He was discovered at about 8am on Saturday in Upper Duke's Drive, Eastbourne. The man was taken to Eastbourne District General Hospital where his injuries were described as serious

  • Cricket: Skipper Finch leads Hastings to the top

    Skipper Jason Finch and spinner Mick Glacier played key roles as Hastings moved to the top of the Sussex premier league with victory against Chichester at Horntye Park. Finch hit 82 as Hastings made 271-4 declared after they were put in by the visitors

  • Arson at Crawley family home

    A fire at a family home is being treated as arson. Firefighters were called to a house in Borage Close in the Broadfield area of Crawley at about 11.45pm on Saturday. They broke through the front door to douse the blaze. The house was empty at the time

  • Harmison hat-trick shatters Sussex

    Steve Harmison took a hat-trick at Hove today to send Sussex hurtling towards their first Championship defeat of the season. The Durham fast bowler returned for a second spell after lunch on day three and immediately had Rory Hamilton-Brown caught behind

  • Celebrities to join eco town march

    Hundreds of campaigners will march in protest against an eco-town which could be built on a disused airfield. The Ford eco-town, near Bognor, would see 5,000 houses built on the former airfield. Campaigners, including Olympic swimmer Duncan Goodhew

  • National Park inquiry draws to an end

    Campaigners giving evidence to the re-opened South Downs National Park public inquiry have given their closing statement. The South Downs Campaign (SDC) wants the Government to give the South Downs national park status. It hopes the Western Weald, Ditchling

  • Giles thrilled with Crawley return

    Defender Chris Giles is confident his second spell at Crawley will be more successful than his first. Giles re-joined Reds ten days ago following his release from Blue Square premier division rivals Forest Green Rovers. The 26-year-old Welshman endured

  • Man knocked down by car

    A 22-year-old man was knocked down by a car early today. Police were called to Old Steine, Brighton, at about 3.30am. He was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton with a head injury but his condition is not thought to be life-threatening

  • Cricket: Goodwin's burning desire to be the best

    He has played 17 Tests and 71 one-day internationals and been a cornerstone of the most successful Sussex side in the county's long history. But even at 35 Murray Goodwin is still challenging himself to become a better player. Only Matt Prior has scored

  • City crackdown on motorists

    Twenty-three people were fined for not wearing a seatbelt in a one-day crackdown on traffic offences. In all 91 cars, motorcycles, trucks and vans were stopped in Hangleton Road, Hove. Other offences included no tax, insurance or MOT, using mobile phones

  • Kuipers backs Rents to be a big success

    CRAWLEY boss Steve Evans has revealed the role Albion goalkeeper Michel Kuipers had in the signing of highly-rated defender Sam Rents. Rents became one of Evans' first new additions of the summer when he joined last week following his release from the

  • Bid to protect Sussex treasures

    A 19th century coastal fort, a Victorian lime works and the 14th century remains of a former hospital are among hundreds of sites across Sussex to be included in a new register aimed at saving historic treasures. The list has been revealed as English

  • New hi-tech tool to trap criminals

    A cutting-edge digital scanner will cut the time it takes police to identify suspects from days to minutes. Scenes of crime officers unveiled their new Forensic Information Scanning Hub at Sussex House in Brighton. They are hailing it as a revolutionary