Hospitals across our region are bracing themselves for an ever worsening staffing crisis - because of growing fears about Brexit.
New research reveals a double-edged threat with more people from the European Union leaving the NHS and fewer joining. But the reason is the same - concern for the future after Britain leaves the EU.
It comes as Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust launches a new video campaign in a bid to recruit 150 nurses.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Dame Donna Kinnair, director of nursing at the Royal College of Nursing, GP Dr Hubertus Von Blumenthal, Dr Chaand Nagpaul, Chair of the British Medical Association, Diane Hull, Chief Nurse of Sussex Partnership Trust, and John Richardson, filmmaker and former service user.
The biggest virtual reality primary school lesson outside of the classroom has taken place on Brighton's beach.
Under the gaze of the i360 and next to the historic West Pier, 140 children journeyed to Rio de Janeiro and Mont Blanc.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to organiser Mark Slade and Tracey Bower from Hertford Infants School.
For many people in the South East the night of the Great Storm 30 years ago was the longest and most terrifying night of their lives.
Simon Corby, who was just 22 at the time, was in a hotel in Hastings devastated by the wind.
Incredibly he lived, despite falling through the floor in an avalanche of concrete and rubble when the chimney fell in.
He's been telling Sarah Saunders his remarkable story of survival.
Five years ago, Darran Saunders lost her son Connor when he was fatally injured in an unprovoked attack.
But Darran, from Woodingdean in Sussex, vowed that something positive must come out of the tragedy.
Her tireless fundraising has provided life-saving equipment and training for more than sixty schools and sports clubs.
Now, Darran has been nominated for a Pride of Britain regional award, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
Here are some more of your picutres of the sun glowing orange.
According to the Met Office, the red sun is caused by winds pulling up Saharan dust.
This dust is then reflected and refracted in longer wavelengths, giving a red appearance to the sky. This dust scatters the blue light from the sun letting more red light through much as at sunrise or sunset.
Some areas have been forced to turn on street lights in the middle of the day as the dust partially blocked out the sun.
Smoke from wildfires occurring over northern Iberia has also been pulled up high up into the atmosphere by ex hurricane Ophelia.
Some aircraft flying at altitude have reported a smell of burning in the cabin which reinforces this theory.
Hampshire County Council has an annual budget of almost £2 billion pounds. That money is spent on public services like education, roads, libraries, public health and waste disposal.
So far - since central Government's funding began to be cut in 2008 - the council has saved £340 million from its budget.
Because of the rising cost of adult social care - like services for the elderly - it has increased council tax. Despite that, it says it faces a budget shortfall of £140 million.
A final decision on where the cuts will be come wil be made by full council on November 2.