• Substitutes strike as Albion topple leaders Derby

    Goals from substitutes Dale Stephens and Kazenga LuaLua helped Albion topple leaders Derby County 2-0 on a terrific night at the Amex. The Seagulls survived heavy pressure from the visitors early in the second half to take the lead on 69 minutes

  • Whitehawk secure place in Senior Cup final

    Whitehawk booked their spot in the Senior Cup final tonight with a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Burgess Hill at Culver Road, Lancing. The Hillians took a 16th minute lead through Lee Harding after a mix-up at the back from Whitehawk. But the

  • Albion recall O'Grady and Holla for clash with Derby

    Albion have recalled Chris O’Grady and Danny Holla for tonight’s Championship clash with leaders Derby County at the Amex. Striker O’Grady returns to the starting line-up after five games on the bench in place of Craig Mackail-Smith who is ruled

  • Albion add former FA executive to backroom team

    Albion have completed an overhaul of their football operations structure by adding former FA executive Paul Mullen to their backroom team. Mullen has been appointed head of football administration, taking over some of the responsibilities of axed

  • Vic and Bob plan big night out at Brighton Centre

    Absurd comedy duo Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer are planning a big night out in Brighton. The pair behind Shooting Stars have promised there will be no apricots, toupes or JLS in their first tour for 20 years. The duo, who are currently on TV

  • Mortar found in Brighton school

    Brighton's Sussex Square was cordoned off this afternoon after the discovery of an unexploded Second World War bomb. Initial reports suggested the bomb was found in the basement of the EF International Language school. The Argus understands builders

  • Reds new boy puzzled about lowly league position

    Newboy Richard Wood says he is surprised about Crawley’s league position but reckons they have turned the corner in the battle against relegation. Reds travel to FA Cup giant-killers Bradford tonight looking for a victory that could take them out

  • Shake it up for tasty cocktails

    FORGET lager, beer or wine – according to a website, the most popular drink to enjoy on a night out is a cocktail. Siobhan Ryan explores the top rated cocktail bars in Brighton and Hove. From the traditional Margarita to rather more outlandish

  • 22-year-old man found dead in Brighton named

    A man who was found dead at a house in Brighton has been named as Aaron Dunford. The 22-year-old of Roundhill Crescent was found at the address at about 12.50pm yesterday.  Detectives are not treating the death as suspicious. Did you know

  • Move in right direction

    IT SEEMS the message is starting to get through when it comes to teenage pregnancies. Health promotion teams in Brighton and Hove have had impressive results over the past 15 years, with the number of conceptions among young people almost halving

  • Two tier authority is best

    May I as a former Seaford Town Councillor respond to comments by Simon Boots about the council in the Argus last Friday? There is no doubt that the council has gone through a difficult four years since the 2011 elections. At that time most

  • Working together as a community

    We are writing to clear up a few things from the report written for last Wednesday’s Argus. The report stated that our organisers said they felt alienated by the “aggressive” approach of the Stop the March for England and Unite against Fascism

  • Wheel v i360 battle rages

    THE battle between the i360 and Brighton Wheel continues to rumble on. Brighton Wheel bosses want another five years in the city. However, i360 chiefs have said there was already an agreement in place. They claim that agreement stated the Wheel

  • Sunshine is on the bill

    THE bird pictured on page 13 was definitely game as it took a break from basking in the sunshine to flap about in the water. The other duck canard-ly believe what his pal is doing and we couldn’t tell feather or not it was drowning or playing.

  • High tides make a splash

    A woman felt the full force of a supertide last week in Brighton. FLORA THOMPSON delves into The Argus archives for other memorable high tides in Sussex... THE woman in the main picture was nearly knocked over by a supertide. She was on the groyne

  • Planters are an accident waiting to happen

    While I understand the importance of road safety I feel that the introduction of the flower boxes that now adorn Viaduct Road is an accident waiting to happen. There is already a 20mph restriction in force. The boxes effectively reduce the road

  • Dog mess ruined trip

    How I agree with Nick Lewry’s article (Argus. February 26). During the recent half term on a beautiful sunny day I took my grandchildren on a walk to the under cliff from Ovingdean to Brighton Marina. They each had a small bag to collect shells

  • Greens fritter money on countless crackpot schemes

    If I gave a poor man £20 and he went home and fed his family I would feel it was money well spent. If he went straight down the pub and sank five pints I would feel quite peeved. The same goes for my council tax. If I could see it was being

  • The Telemarketing Company celebrates 25 years of growth

    A BUSINESS which started out as a small agency 25 years ago is celebrating a significant growth spurt. The Telemarketing Company started in Steyning in 1990 and was bought by its current owners when it had just 20 staff. It is now one of the

  • Norovirus-beating firm comes to area

    A COMPANY which helps reduce outbreaks of norovirus in hospitals has opened an office in Hove. Dyteqta is a UK-based international consultancy that helps reduce the spread of pathogens and spores via contaminated air and plumbing. The company

  • Radical rethink for food festival

    A FOOD and drink festival has announced a radical rethink to match the city’s mushrooming gastronomic reputation. The Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival will be spread across the year in 2015. The tantalising line-up includes major free

  • Art’s new beginning

    A LEADING art publisher is enjoying a “new lease of life” after taking advantage of the digital revolution. Easyart is the UK’s most popular website for prints and framing, with more than 20,000 visits a day. To mark its preeminent position

  • Council vetoes £2.8k pleas for living wage

    A council has refused to pay all of its employees the living wage – despite just three workers earning less than the £7.85 an hour standard. The Liberal Democrat proposal was turned down despite the fact it would cost Lewes District Council just

  • Warning on shortage of office space

    Competition for workspace could drive home-grown companies out of the city, an influential economist has warned on the eve of his retirement. Despite a burgeoning economy and stellar job growth, the last office complex built in Brighton was completed

  • Last thing the party needed: Hatton backs the Greens

    THE Green budget refuseniks have received the backing of a militant socialist councillor who took on Margaret Thatcher’s government cuts 30 years ago. Six Green councillors who voted against their own party’s budget last week have received the

  • Jacobs Steel Shoreham

    Managing director of Jacob Steel, Ashley Jacobs, said: “We are delighted with the progress that the Shoreham office has made over the last three years under the management of Matthew Balmer. “It is now one of the leading offices in the area and

  • Council leader Jason Kitcat receives national award

    OUTGOING council leader Jason Kitcat has been recognised with a national award for his leadership. Brighton and Hove City Council leader Jason Kitcat won the Judges’ Special Award for Contribution to Local Government at the 2015 C’llr Achievement

  • 22-year-old man found dead in Brighton property

    A MAN was found dead at a house in Brighton. The 22-year-old man was found at an address in Roundhill Crescent at about 12.50pm yesterday. Sussex Police and paramedics were called to the property – but the man had already died. A woman

  • Comical energy full of nonsense

    Jeeves And Wooster In Perfect Nonsense Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Tuesday, March 3, to Saturday, March 7 ROBERT Webb’s tailor had better be on standby, as he takes the hapless Bertie Wooster on tour, following a three-month run

  • Horses and carts come out in the spring sun

    THESE trap drivers took advantage of the sunshine to trot around the city. These pictures were snapped by Argus chief photographer Simon Dack in the Queens Park area of the city and a further 24 horse and carts were seen speeding along Kingsway

  • Radical rethink for food festival

    A FOOD and drink festival has announced a radical rethink to match the city’s mushrooming gastronomic reputation. The Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival will be spread across the year in 2015. The tantalising line-up includes major free

  • Wheel v i360: Battle continues as both sides remain defiant

    THE BATTLE of Brighton’s two towering seafront attractions continues as both sides stick to their guns. The dispute over whether or not the Brighton Wheel and the i360 can co-exist rattled on all day yesterday as both parties staked their claim

  • Calderon wants revenge against Rams

    Inigo Calderon is motivated by revenge for Albion against leaders Derby County tonight - after watching with his young son a reminder of what might have been. County return to the Amex for the first time since edging past the Seagulls in the first

  • Mary Ann WILCOX

    WILCOX Mary Ann Passed away peacefully on 19th February 2015, aged 90 years. Much loved mum, sister, grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Funeral service to be held at the

  • Jane Christine FORTUNATO

    FORTUNATO Jane Christine Sadly passed away at RSCH on 22nd February 2015 aged 74 years. Beloved wife of Albert and loving mother to Tamara and Jonathan. Cherished Nanny of Michael, Rebecca and Jake. Now in heaven with the angels. Reunited with

  • Ivan Robert EVEREST

    EVEREST Ivan Robert The much loved husband of Joyce and loving father and grandfather passed away in St Barnabas House on Sunday, 22nd February 2015. A celebration of his life will be held at Worthing Crematorium on Friday, 6th March at 2.40 p.m

  • Colin JOLLY

    JOLLY Colin Of Burgess Hill and formerly Haywards Heath, suddenly on 20th February 2015, aged 63 years. Much loved by his partner, family and step family. Funeral service at The Oak Hall, Clayton Wood Burial ground on Thursday, 12th March at


    MITCHELL Eric Late of Hammy Way Shoreham, passed away peacefully in Kingsland House, on 16th February aged 81 years. A dear father and loving granddad who will be remembered and sadly missed by all his family and friends. Funeral service in the

  • Esme BAXTER

    BAXTER Esme Peacefully on Sunday, 22nd February 2015, aged 92 years. Beloved wife of the late Cyril, much loved mother of Linda, Alan and the late Peter, cherished grandmother and great grandmother. Sadly missed by her family and friends. Service

  • Elisabeth Raynor

    Elisabeth Raynor (8th September 1949 - 3rd March 2011) We still had so many things to see and so much to do! Missing you every day! Monika Lind and family.

  • William (Bill) Robert BRIGHTWELL

    BRIGHTWELL William (Bill) Robert On 19th February 2015 aged 89, after a short illness. Beloved husband of Joan, much loved father, grandfather and great-grandfather. A Service of Thanksgiving will be held on Wednesday, 11th March at 2pm at St


    BARBARA EDITH DURANT (Deceased)Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the aforementioned deceased, late of 22A Dorothy Avenue Peacehaven East Sussex BN10 8HT, who died on 11/07/2014, are required


    BETTY HILDA MANVILLE (Deceased)Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having aclaim against or an interest in the Estate of the aforementioned deceased, late of 17 Withdean Court London Road Brighton BN1 6RN, who died on 11/01/2015, are required