Brighton seafront has a new attraction that is turning people's heads.
Brighton will appoint Graham Potter as their new manager after he informed Swansea City that he wants to leave.
British number one Johanna Konta comes from behind to beat Kiki Bertens and reach the final of the Italian Open.
Drivers heading for Gatwick Airport is being diverted off the M23 at junction 10.
The mental health DJ who says he has helped his listeners out of "very dark places".
Johanna Konta beats Marketa Vondrousova to reach the Italian Open semi-finals, while world number one Naomi Osaka withdraws because of a hand injury.
A police sergeant failed to supervise a stalking investigation before the victim was murdered, a panel finds.
Surgeons at King's College Hospital have corrected spina bifida in an unborn baby.
Gloucestershire re-sign Yorkshire fast bowler Josh Shaw on loan, while his Tykes team-mate Jared Warner joins Sussex.
The South East will go to the polls on 23 May to elect 10 MEPs.
An important class of drug used to treat cancer patients could be used to treat brain aneurysms, according to new research published this week.
International research finds bedbugs evolved more than 100 million years ago - and walked the earth with T.Rex
Research reveals the evolutionary history of bedbugs - some of the most unwanted human bedfellows.
Doctors say the surgery could be the difference between some children learning to walk or not.
The BBC has tracked the killings to uncover the stories of those who have lost their lives.
Three Britons and a South African have been killed in the crash near Dubai airport, authorities say.
Academics from BSMS and universities including Sussex have contributed to the Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine.
Britain's Johanna Konta recovers from a set down against American Sloane Stephens to set up an Italian Open third-round match against Venus Williams.
Fewer young people in Sussex are getting mental health assessments within a four-week target time.
Three rowan trees that were planted to mark the success of student campaign Ecosia on Campus are flourishing at the University of Sussex.
Professor Saul Becker named among 100 individuals or groups based in universities whose work is saving lives and making a life-changing difference.