The University of Sussex adds £343 million a year to the economies of Brighton & Hove, East Sussex and West Sussex, says a new independent report.
British number one Johanna Konta is knocked out of the Charleston Open in a surprise second-round defeat by Fanny Stollar.
Figures show Blackpool has the highest rate of deaths linked to heroin and morphine.
The singer's been made an ambassador for Record Store Day, and has recorded two new songs for the occasion.
The Long Man Morris Men perform at pubs, festivals and weddings between May and September.
The replacement of paper flight progress strips will see a two-day reduction in airspace capacity.
Brighton captain Bruno signs a new one-year contract with the Premier League club until June 2019.
Esso wants to replace part of the pipeline that delivers fuel to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
"We call it survival," head teachers say as they describe how poverty-hit pupils are forced to take food.
Speculation mounts over which wine will be chosen for royal wedding as producers report a bumper year.
Live coverage of Monday's League Two game between Crawley Town and Swindon Town.
Female staff at the Queen Victoria Hospital receive 59p for every £1 a man is paid, figures reveal.
The mods invaded Brighton seafront for Easter weekend, but it was very different from the bank holidays of 1964.
Growing numbers of children with special educational needs are without school places, figures show.
Christine Shawcroft resigns from the party's ruling body - comedian Eddie Izzard will replace her.
Vandals are believed to have targeted Shoreham Fort sometime between Monday and Thursday.
Wicketkeeper-batsman Ben Brown will captain Sussex in the Championship and One-Day Cup during 2018.
One school sets up website to allow parents to pay for essential items such as tissues and pencils
The Children's Commissioner said schools in the north of England were falling behind.
Schools are still struggling with budget cuts, despite government reassurance, it is claimed.