Diners in one part of the South East coast have been tucking into a seasonal seafood delight - the scallop.
The 15th Rye Bay Scallop Week is underway - with more than 30 restaurants serving up dozens of different dishes. Derek Johnson reports.
The average house price in a UK city has surged by nearly a third over the last five years, a shocking report has found.Read the full story ›
Eurotunnel today unveiled a £400 million scheme to link up the French and British electricity grids by running a high-voltage cable through the Channel Tunnel.
The project, launched in Folkestone by the Energy Minister, will make electricity supply more reliable and should make it cheaper for customers across the South East.
As John Ryall reports.
John spoke to Energy Minister and MP Jesse Norman, Chairman of the Eurotunnel Jacques Gounon and Steven Moore Chief Executive of Eleclink.
A 'fuel bank' that's been running for just under a year in Hastings has already helped more than 1,100 people - including 500 children.
The scheme gives foodbank users vouchers for gas or electricity so families don't have to choose between keeping the lights on and heating their home.
Jeffery Beale, manager, said: 'During the last few months, we’ve seen an increase in people coming through our doors for both food and fuel support, largely due to the roll out of Universal Credit in our area.
'With waiting times of up to six weeks before receiving any benefit means that not only those out-of-work are struggling, but also those in-work and on low incomes.'
Business leaders in Sussex are protesting over the continuing dispute on Southern Rail, warning it's threatening the region's economy.Read the full story ›
Tonight investigates why the millennial generation are experiencing money troubles and their parents are having to pick up the tab.Read the full story ›
The average household spent £528.90 a week last year - the same as 2014/15.Read the full story ›
Workers on Southern Railway are to stage a fresh strike in the long-running
staffing dispute following the collapse of talks.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union will walk out for 24 hours on Wednesday February 22, threatening fresh misery for Southern's 300,000 passengers.
The two sides met at the conciliation service Acas on Tuesday, but the row over the role of conductors remains deadlocked.
Roses are red, violets are blue, but where do they come from?... We haven't a clue!Read the full story ›
We need new houses - hundreds of thousands of them. But where are they to go?
We've voted for Brexit: but where is it going?
And The Speaker's outburst about President Trump: one senior backbencher from the South tells us many of his colleagues are "incensed"
- Kelly Tolhurst MP - Rochester & Strood, Conservative
- Alan Whitehead MP - Southampton Test, Labour
- Liz Leffman - Liberal Democrat from Witney
... debate the issues of the week. And what's it like to be in the eye of the storm? Two by-election candidates give us the view from the pavement.