• Mills strikes late as Sussex remain on top

    Tymal Mills claimed two late wickets to keep Sussex well on top after day two of their Championship clash with Hampshire. Ajmal Shahzad and Matt Hobden blew away Hampshire top order in the afternoon session to leave the hosts reeling on 63-5 at

  • Two friends killed in road accident named

    Two friends killed in a car accident following a night out have been named. Kyle Careford, 20, and Michael Owen, 21, died after the Renault Clio they were travelling in collided with the wall of St Michael & All Angels Church in Rotherfield

  • Shahzad burst blows Hampshire away before tea

    Ajmal Shahzad and Matt Hobden blew Hampshire’s top order away before tea as Sussex tightened their grip on the opening Championship match of the season. Shahzad picked up the wickets of Michael Carberry , Will Smith and Jimmy Adams in the space

  • UPDATE: Teenager missing for a week has been found

    Concern has been raised for the welfare of a teenager who has gone missing from her home. Gemma Black was last seen in Maplehurst Road, Portslade, at about 7.10pm last Monday (April 6) when she said she was going to the nearby Co-op store.

  • Brown's century puts Sussex in command at Hampshire

    Ben Brown completed a battling century as Sussex took control on the second morning of their opening County Championship match at Hampshire. Brown was unbeaten on 129 at lunch as Sussex moved from 300-6 overnight to a commanding position of 412

  • We should have to ‘opt in’

    WE wonder how many people are aware that their council could be selling on their personal details to marketing companies for profit? The fact local authorities are able to pass on the details of residents who have registered to vote to the likes

  • Blind darts player’s focus

    A DARTS player who is partially sighted still has hopes of hitting the bull’s eye. Jordan Powell may have lost the sight of his right eye but he is fully focused on a career in darts. Looking for sponsorship, he has 180-vision for the top.

  • Tories have dragged us out of a desperately huge hole

    There have been a lot of letters in The Argus recently praising the Labour councillors and current MPs. I have to say we have found both our outgoing MP, Mike Weatherley, and ward councillor Gary Pelzer Dunn extremely efficient, friendly and helpful

  • I agree over Kirby

    I must say that I wholeheartedly agree with Barry Suggs’ letter (April 8) regarding Simon Kirby’s voting record. But that’s where my agreement with him ends. If people do vote Green in the Kemptown constituency as people did in 2010 we will

  • Sage doesn’t know

    If The Sage is going to write about Shoreham he needs to get up to date and even pay a visit. ‘There is talk of improving the community centre in Pond Road’ – it is quite obvious that the Sage hasn't been to Shoreham for some time, as building

  • Opinion

    We should have to ‘opt in’ WE wonder how many people are aware that their council could be selling on their personal details to marketing companies for profit? The fact local authorities are able to pass on the details of residents who have

  • Taste of enthusiasm and ambition

    Isaac at gloucester road North Laine, Brighton   The team behind Isaac at Gloucester Road may be young, but they are not lacking in enthusiasm and ambition. Just a few weeks old, the pop-up is rocketing up the Tripadvisor league tables

  • Second biggest and best

    ONCE again the Brighton Marathon has been a triumph. It’s now regarded as the second biggest and best marathon in the country behind the inimitable event some 53 miles north. Any event that raises in the region of £6 million for charity is

  • Be truthful, please

    Twice in the past week Clarence Mitchell, Tory parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavilion, has said the city faces huge challenges after years of ideological but administratively naïve Green rule often supported by Labour. However, it is a fact

  • I will back Labour

    Two events have come together this week which have determined where I shall place my cross on May 7 One is the report of the special Argus hustings (April 9), and the other is the quite despicable and inexcusable remarks of Michael Fallon accusing

  • New owners for Martin & Co

    Sales and Lettings veterans, Rob Palmer and Terry Gill, have just taken over and re-launched the Martin & Co offices in Brighton and Worthing, with the territory covering all towns and villages between Ferring in the west and Falmer in the east

  • Kayal is injury worry for Albion

    ALBION are sweating on Beram Kayal’s fitness for Huddersfield’s visit tomorrow night. The Israeli midfielder was forced off by a back injury during Friday’s 2-0 home defeat by table-toppers Bournemouth. Kayal had forged an effective partnership

  • We are good enough to stay up, says Reds new boy

    DEBUTANT Kelly Youga believes Crawley have enough good players to stay in League One. The Reds remain outside the relegation zone ahead of tomorrow’s visit to Walsall despite going down 2-1 at fellow strugglers Scunthorpe on Saturday. After

  • Volunteer Peggy is recognised

    A WOMAN has been recognised for her volunteering activities for charity. Peggy Ryle, 81, was diagnosed with diabetes in 1943 after experiencing the main symptoms of the condition, which include frequent urinating, excessive thirst, extreme tiredness

  • Duo find love in re-homing centre

    A PAIR of pooches have found love at a re-homing centre. Dog Trust Shoreham is hoping to find a permanent home for Staffordshire Bull Terriers Humphrey and Kerry. The duo, aged five and six, arrived separately but have since become thick as

  • Competition recognises photo of lifeguard on shingle

    A LIFEGUARD’S office is a world away from the everyday nine–to–five slog – and this award-winning photo captures that perfectly. The dreamy picture of a Brighton and Hove lifeguard sitting on the city’s famous shingle has been featured as a top

  • Top note stars to headline two-day festival

    POP singer Jessie J and boy band The Vamps are heading for Sussex to headline a new two-day music festival. The stars will be performing at Boomerang, which is taking place at the Hickstead international arena in September. Both will be taking

  • Dedicated volunteers transform mill

    DEDICATED volunteers have described the restoration of an historic windmill – which has taken an astonishing 35 years and around 100,000 man hours to complete. The incredible transformation of Oldland Mill in Keymer, near Hassocks, was the work

  • Partially-sighted Jordan aims high

    A MAN who lost one of his eyes following a brain tumour is taking aim at a career in darts. Jordan Powell, 20, lost the sight in his right eye after being diagnosed with the tumour aged just five. Despite being left with Nystagmus, a condition

  • Smokers sign up for free sessions to help quit

    SMOKERS across Brighton and Hove are signing up to a free course specially designed to help them kick the habit. Smoke Free Me has been created by psychologists and commissioned by health bosses to try to cut the number of people continuing to

  • Ray Robinson

    Robinson Ray Gone are the days we used to share, but in my heart you are always there. Love Sandra xx Also remembered by his very dear friend Pat x

  • Connie MILLS

    MILLS Connie Passed away peacefully with her family on 1st April 2015, aged 77 years. Much loved and adored wife of Brian and a treasured mum, granny and great granny. Funeral service on Monday, 20th April at Woodvale Crematorium, Lewes Road, Brighton

  • Phoebe (nee Pannell) PETTETT

    PETTETT Phoebe (nee Pannell) Peacefully at her home on 8th April 2015, surrounded by her loving family. Dearly loved mum of Esther, Bobby, Sammy and Lucy. Mother-in-law of Bill, Fay and Michelle, much loved gran of Billy, Henry, Fay, Bobby, Charlene

  • Marjorie Joyce PENTON

    PENTON Marjorie Joyce Peacefully on Thursday, 2nd April 2015, after a long illness bravely borne, aged 84 years. Beloved wife of the late Cecil, much loved mother, grandmother, great grandmother and great great grandmother. Sadly missed by her family

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