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From pushing supermarket trolleys to the FA Cup fifth round - can Dan Burn take Brighton into the quarter-finals?
West Sussex councillors voted in favour of a 4.99% increase to council tax in order to meet its statutory duties.
Amy Lee, eight, is modelling at London and New York fashion weeks.
Adrian Fasan is jailed for five years for hitting 85-year-old Catherine Akehurst as she crossed a road.
Pupils walk out of schools across the country to declare a "climate emergency".
Thousands of people gather in London, as students around the UK miss school to call for action.
A batch of counterfeit Xanax sold to schoolchildren in Sussex may have contained a synthetic opioid.
A car thief tried to make his escape from police in East Sussex - but didn't get far.
Andrew Hill has defended his performance at three air shows in the year before the Shoreham crash.
The home secretary says those who left Britain to join IS were "full of hate for our country".
British bobsleigh pilot Brad Hall hopes a crowdfunding campaign will help raise the £6,000 he needs to hire a two-man sled for March's World Championships.
Lewes are forming a "small working group" to draft a proposal calling for a "radical increase" in Women's FA Cup prize money.
Andrew Hill tells a jury he had spent the last three years "trying to resolve what happened".
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's FA Cup game between Brighton & Hove Albion and Derby County.
The expected increases come as many local authorities plan to cut spending, research suggests.
One of three teenagers who left the UK in 2015 to join the Islamic State group is living in a camp in Syria.
Every Friday morning, 13-year-old Holly Gillibrand protests at the gates of her school.
Thieves who stole a cash machine from a store are being hunted by police
Andrew Hill speaks publicly for the first time as he gives evidence about the fatal air show crash.
Ralph Fairman suffocated Samantha Toms at her home in East Sussex.