When the owner of the Three Tuns pub in Lower Halstow in north Kent was burgled, she decided to install CCTV cameras throughout the building. It wasn't long before the investment paid off.
The cameras captured the moment a burglar broke in - while staff and customers were downstairs.
Abigail Bracken's report includes an interview with pub manager Scott Lacey and landlady Carol Haines.
A homeowner from Hove is blaming the ongoing dispute between Southern Rail and the RMT for his flat sale falling throughRead the full story ›
British shoppers are expected to spend £1.97 billion on Black Friday. Here's how to make sure you really are bagging a bargain.Read the full story ›
A poll by a Sussex-based company has revealed almost half of shoppers will start online shopping on Black Friday - during office hours.Read the full story ›
It's day two of the RMT Union's current strike on Southern Rail. The walkout is set to end just before midnight - with further action planned for next month if there's no resolution in the dispute about the role of guards.
A hundred new jobs could be created at Gatwick after the aircraft company Boeing announced it's planning a new maintenance hub. If it gets planning permission, the centre will provide servicing and repairs for aircraft from all over Europe.
It's the first wind farm ever to be built off the south coast and for the last ten months residents in Sussex have watched it expanding along their horizon.
Environmental experts say that with global temperatures for the last five years the hottest on record, projects like the Rampion wind farm could prove vital - and it's just completed the first major milestone in its construction.
Andy Dickenson has this exclusive report and speaks to Chris Tomlinson from the project as well as Dr Florian Kern of Sussex University.
Which of our region's iconic landmarks is now the most popular attraction in the country outside London?
Leeds Castle perhaps? Canterbury or Winchester Cathedral? The Royal Pavilion?
No, the answer - Brighton's Palace Pier - was bought by new owners this spring - so what's in store for it?
Andy Dickenson went to meet managing director Anne Martin for this exclusive interview.
The plan could increase the number of seats on BA's London Gatwick-based Boeing 777 aircraft from 280 to 332.Read the full story ›
M&S boss expected to announce a number of stores will close permanently and others will stop selling clothes in a bid to increase profits.Read the full story ›