Brighton and Hove Albion have narrowly missed out on automatic promotion to football's Premier League today after drawing one all at Middlesbrough. The Seagulls' fate will now be decided in the play offs.
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Football fans have gathered at the home ground of Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club to watch their side's clash with Middlesbrough on the big screen. It's being described as an event with a 'fantastic atmosphere'.
It's a case of winner takes all at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium today where Brighton & Hove Albion football club know a win can take them into the Premier League.
Chris Hughton's side are competing for football's most lucrative prize - a promotion worth more than 150 million pounds.
Middlesbrough and Brighton are level on points in the Championship's second and third spots - victory for Brighton will send them up, anything less means their fate lies in the play offs.
It may have been typical Bank Holiday weather today but that didn't stop people turning out to sample to the delights of The Foodies Festival in Hove. It's the biggest event of its kind.
Charlotte Wilkins has been speaking to Founder, Sue Hitchen; celebrity chef, Aldo Zilli and local restaurant owner, Alun Sperring.
Friends and family have gathered in Brighton to say their goodbyes to a young man who was killed over the weekend. George Yaschuck who was 23, died when he was hit by a lorry after a fight spilled out on to Western Road in Hove early on Sunday morning. Charlotte WIlkins has been speaking to his friends Nathan Gulliver, Danielle D'avila and Jordan Tully.
He was a cheeky chappy who lived in the moment. Those are the words of friends of a young man who died when he was hit by a lorry, following a fight in Hove at the weekend. George Yaschuk was 23, and lived in the city. Charlotte Wilkins has been speaking to Chloe Matheson, George's friend.
It's being reported the cost of restoring Brighton and Hove's pebble beach has trebled to £30,000.
The pebbles are a vital sea defence but storms hitting the coastline has led to erosion.
Due to emergency visits, costs from contractors - brought in to replenish the beach, have increased.
More than fifteen thousand homes in the South East are still without power after Storm Katie brought winds of more than seventy miles an hour to the region, tearing down power lines.
Dozens of flights at Gawick were cancelled, others were diverted.
In Kent, the Dartford Bridge and the Sheppey Crossing were temporarily closed, while fallen trees blocked roads and rail routes.
You can watch Abigail Bracken's report by clicking on the link below.
It might be a couple of months away - but the city of Brighton is well and truly counting down to its annual Fringe Festival in May.
Organisers have chosen of all places the railway station to give locals a flavour of what they can expect from this year's Brighton Fringe Festivalevent. Simon was there for us live during this evening's Meridian News.