The sky was grey and the heavens opened for much of the day - but that didn't put off the hardy souls taking part in the 2014 London to Brighton Veteran Car Run.
Many of the ancient vehicles on the sixty mile drive didn't have a windscreen - or even a roof! We sent David Johns along to see what makes this kind of motoring so magnificent.
He spoke to car driver Jason White; veteran car owner James Froomberg; celebrity baker Paul Hollywood; Olympian Sir Steve Redgrave; and veteran car owner Simon Robinson.
Virgin Galactic has said its SpaceShipTwo has experienced an "in-flight anomaly" during a powered test flight in the Mojave desert, California.
Earlier today Virgin Galactic tweeted:
The Slow Mo Guys, who film stunts in slow-motion have now notched up more than 420 million views on Youtube.
Gavin Free and Daniel Gruchy, who grew up in Thame, use a high-speed camera to show everything from exploding water balloons to bullets through watermelons, one hundred times slower than the human eye can see.
The pair have quickly become internet sensations, even appearing on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in the United States.
To watch the videos, visit their Youtube channel.
Are your heating bills too high? Do you wonder why there's always a draught blowing round the house? Well perhaps you could pick up some inspiration from a series of "eco buildings" that are open to the public in Brighton and Hove tomorrow and next weekend. This from David Johns.
He speaks to home owner (and architect) Mark Pellant; project organiser Caroline Schofield; and Interior Designer Claire Potter.
A headteacher from Sussex is working with some of the world's leading experts on how best to use technology in the classroom.
Christine Terrey from a primary school in Newhaven was chosen to attend a special workshop in America.
Now she's putting what she learned there into practice back home. Malcolm Shaw reports.
Oxford is to get free wifi on its buses today thanks to a government grant.
The city's two main bus operators, Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach, will have installed Wi-Fi on virtually all buses within the Oxford Smart Zone by the end of November.
In addition, Super Connected Oxford will also make available a Wireless concession in the streets of the city and Wi-Fi Hotspots in free to enter public buildings like libraries and museums, from next April.
The Programme also offers local small and medium-sized businesses within Oxford and the surrounding area connection vouchers towards the installation costs of superfast broadband.
HMS Duncan celebrated its fourth birthday by downing a target with a Sea Viper missile. This is the first time the Portsmouth based warship's main weapon has been used. The 450kg missile travelled at four times the speed of sound.
Nearly £200,000 is to be invested in low emission taxis in Brighton. The money has been awarded as part of the Department for Transport's Clean Vehicle Fund.
30 minibuses will be converted in a bid to create a cleaner environment for residents and tourists.
Brighton & Hove City Council was among 17 local authorities awarded funding to convert vehicles.
This is a great step towards reducing harmful emissions in our busy city centre. A cleaner environment has health benefits for residents and visitors to the city and improving all public transport, including taxis, is a key part of this.
The business secretary Vince Cable has been looking at what's left of Dungeness Nuclear Power Station - a landmark on the south coast for more than forty years. Dungeness A is being decomissioned and today the Business Secretary visited the plant to see the work in progress. ITV Meridian has been given exclusive access to the demolition site. Tom Savvides has our report.
Kent Police officers in key areas of the county are to be given an extra tool in the fight against crime.
Today Body Worn Video (BWV) will be used by Local District Policing Teams in Maidstone, Medway and Thanet as part of a live test prior to a wider rollout across the force towards the end of this year and into 2015.
The state-of-the-art cameras will be used to help officers capture evidence from the scene of an incident and can record high-definition footage, take pictures and record sound.
It is hoped BWV will play a key role in domestic abuse offences and night time economy incidents.
In total, 430 officers will be using the cameras by 15 October.
Deputy Chief Constable of Kent Police Paul Brandon said: ‘BWV is a technological innovation which has been shown to have some very clear and tangible benefits to police forces.
‘It has the capability to capture real-time evidence, offering the potential to move the justice process forward with reduced stress for victims of crime."