• Hove MP Mike Weatherley backs Keep Moving campaign.

    By Callum Cyrus OSTEOARTHRITIS sufferers in Hove have been urged to undertake physical exercise in a campaign backed by MP Mike Weatherley. Arthritis Research UK’s Keep Moving campaign is aimed at the estimated 8 million people who have reported

  • Transfer window watch: Albion youngster clinches loan move

    Albion youngster Shamir Goodwin is closing in on his Football League debut. The development squad forward has signed on a month’s loan for League Two outfit Torquay. He is eligible for their game at AFC Wimbledon today. The move rewards

  • Barnes relishing Burnley move

    Ashley Barnes has labelled leaving Albion for Burnley a "fantastic opportunity". And he already has his sights set on playing against the Seagulls later this month. Burnley currently occupy the second automatic promotion place in the Championship

  • Life And Beth, The Barn, Southwick, until January 11

    When it comes to understanding female feelings Alan Ayckbourn is a perceptive writer. Such understanding is amply demonstrated in Life And Beth. Having lost her husband, Beth is facing her first Christmas alone – that is apart from her alcoholic

  • Reid quits as Eastbourne Town manager

    Tony Reid has resigned as manager of Ryman south strugglers Eastbourne Town. A club statement said: "ETFC would like to thank Tony for his efforts and the Club wishes him well for the future." Assistant manager Sammy Donnelly has been placed

  • Give a pet a fresh start

    Hundreds of abandoned pets face another year without a loving home. The county’s rescue centres are full to bursting point and stretched budgets mean volunteers are struggling to survive. With the new year we are re-launching our Give a Pet

  • Crawley boss expresses sympathy for Sky Blues fans

    Crawley Town boss John Gregory admits he has sympathy for Coventry City fans - but is still determined to spoil their weekend. Gregory had plenty of battles with the Sky Blues in the Premier League when he was manager of Aston Villa at the turn

  • Call for witnesses after Horsham hit and run

    A man ended up in hospital after a suspected hit and run on Wednesday (January 8). Police are appealing for witnesses after the 52-year-old was hit by a car in New Street, Horsham at 8.30pm. He was taken to East Surrey Hospital with a suspected

  • East Sussex County Council chief meets MP over funding

    A council chief has “stood up” for East Sussex – urging a Government minister to ensure the county gets a fair share of funding. David Elkin, deputy leader of East Sussex County Council, met local government minister Brandon Lewis to discuss funding

  • Bin misery goes on in Brighton and Hove

    Bin misery for hundreds of Brighton and Hove householders continues. Due to a cost-cutting reorganisation of rounds and disruption due to the festive break, waste is piling up across Brighton and Hove. Despite the local authority apologising

  • Chichester singer Tom Odell is nominated for two Brits

    Sussex singer/songwriter Tom Odell has been nominated for two Brit Awards. The Chichesterborn artist who shot to fame with his debut album Long Way Down is up for both British Male Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act at the prestigious awards

  • Cyclist airlifted to hospital following Eastbourne crash

    A cyclist was airlifted to hospital following a crash outside a golf club. The 40-year old man was riding a bicycle when it collided with a car in Lottbridge Drove, Eastbourne, at 7am today. He was taken by air ambulance to the Royal Sussex

  • Transfer window watch: Barnes sale right or wrong

    So are Albion right or wrong to sell Ashley Barnes to Championship rivals Burnley. The Seagulls' marmite man has always divided opinion among supporters. That is reflected by fans responding to chief sports reporter Andy Naylor on Twitter.

  • Have your say: Does Brighton need a low emission zone?

    Buses could be banned form parts of Brighton city centre unless they meet rigourous emissions standards under a council plan. It would mean only buses meeting the guidelines can enter the zone covering the North Street and Western Road “bus corridor

  • Brindle confident bowlers can grab Ashes initiative

    Arran Brindle is confident England Women's bowlers can grab the initiative in the Ashes Test against Australia tomorrow morning. The Sussex all-rounder top scored with 68 to help rescue England from a sticky situation on the opening day at the

  • Transfer window watch: Barnes completes Burnley move

    Burnley have completed the signing of Albion striker Ashley Barnes on a three-and-a-half year contract. Barnes, 24, heads north for an undisclosed fee of about £750,000 after agreeing personal terms and passing a medical yesterday. Albion head

  • Poyet wanted defender for Albion

    Gus Poyet has revealed he lined up Argentinean international Santiago Vergini to play for Albion in the Premier League. The 25-year-old centre-back is set to join Sunderland’s fight against relegation on a short term deal. Poyet had lined him

  • Man suffers broken hand and chipped tooth in street attack

    A man needed surgery after being attacked on New Year’s Day. The 20-year-old man from Hadlow Down, near Uckfield, was targeted in Hett Close, Ardingly, between 1.30am and 2.30am. The victim was walking with his girlfriend to where they were

  • Jamie Halifax charged with knifepoint robberies in Brighton

    A man has been charged with knifepoint street robberies in Brighton and South London. Jamie Halifax, 25, of Lewes Road, Brighton is due to appear in custody at Brighton Magistrates' Court today charged with two robberies in Brighton, on January

  • Greer in fight to regain his spot

    Albion captain Gordon Greer has been warned he faces a fight to win his place back. The centre-half returned from a calf injury in last Saturday's FA Cup victory over Reading. Boss Oscar Garcia has to decide whether to restore Greer to his

  • Schoolboy targeted by knifeman in Worthing

    A 14-year-old boy was attacked by a knifeman and his friend as he walked to school. The boy was approached by two men between Bulkington Avenue and Henty Road in Worthing sometime between 8.20am and 8.40am on Wednesday. Both of the men were

  • Constable's rarely seen watercolours come to Petworth

    With his rich and beautiful oil paintings of Salisbury Cathedral and The Hay Wain adorning 21st-century mouse mats, T-shirts and mugs, it’s hard to think of John Constable today as a radical artist. But while his contemporary JMW Turner was making

  • Iconic Brighton shop Dirty Harry owner found dead

    The owner of a well-known North Laine vintage clothes shop has been found dead. Steve Pybus’ family have called for greater awareness around mental health issues after the death of the Dirty Harry shop owner. Sussex Police discovered his body

  • On The Radar: IC1s

    Rock and roll band IC1s have been championed by Libertines drummer Gary Powell and Creation founder Alan McGee – who compared them to Tommy-period The Who meets punk rock. The five-piece have recorded their debut album Lowering The Tone, which

  • Denis Tricot is setting the art world alight

    While some might have called it a botched job, French carpenter Denis Tricot knew he wanted to be a sculptor when a commission to make school shelves didn’t go the way he expected. “What I sought, even when making furniture, were new inventions

  • TV has really taken a dive so let's ditch the licence fee

    Two Argus correspondents wrote about the standard of television programmes on offer over the festive period (Letters, January 4). One hopes the licence fee will be abolished in 2015. There seems to be a certain arrogance within the BBC, which

  • New cafe Velo creates a cyclist's paradise on The Level

    The name comes from the French word for bike. The TV at the cafe shows races and stunts from the world of cycling. There is a cycle workshop at the back run by a former manager and mechanic from Evans Cycles. And the seats are in Tour de France jersey

  • Ince signs long-term Albion deal

    Albion have offered fans a massive boost – by securing their rising star Rohan Ince on a new two-and-a-half year contract. Ince, 21, is now committed to the Seagulls until the end of the 2015-16 season. He is widely regarded as a potential

  • It's a new year but the same shameful train service

    Happy New Year and here we go again. Yes, it’s a new year but the same old Southern Railway. We went on our first day back to work after the Christmas break to find the 6.40am train to London Victoria was cancelled. We took the next, slower

  • Council should look at its own employees in 'gollygate' drama

    I felt I had to write in response to the well-publicised “Gollygate” drama at Brighton and Hove City Council, recently perpetuated through your Letters pages. Bizarrely, Councillor Dawn Barnett, who represents the Conservatives in Hangleton and

  • If flooding means a lot to you, take action yourself

    Should the Government have spent more on flood defences (Letters, January 4)? Living on the coast, I would say no. The cost of protecting our individual properties should be paid by the landlords or owners of them. Nobody could anticipate the weather

  • How about spending more on our roads?

    In last Saturday’s edition of The Argus it was reported that West Sussex County Council is proposing to spend £30 million in the next financial year on road repairs. I would be interested to hear how much our council is proposing to spend on road

  • Seagulls eye Cardiff's Mason as Barnes exit looms

    Albion have Cardiff striker Joe Mason in their sights, with Ashley Barnes poised to complete a move to Burnley today. Barnes is on the brink of joining the Lancastrians for an undisclosed fee, believed to be around £750,000, after passing a medical

  • Striker Obika could put down roots at Albion

    Albion's new hitman Jonathan Obika has refused to rule out putting down roots at The Amex. The fit-again Spurs striker has joined the Seagulls for the tenth different loan spell of his career. Obika, 23, is keeping his options open and would