It's a problem facing many local authorities across our region - how to maintain services when government funding is being cut.
In Brighton and Hove, the city council says it needs to save more than £20m this year. Services for young people are particularly at risk.
But are the cutbacks necessary and what effect will they have? Malcolm Shaw reports.
A couple who were attacked on Brighton seafront for being gay want their experience to send a strong message against discrimination.
Dain Finney from Reading and his partner James were attacked during a night out last year.
Both attackers, Gage Vye-Parminter and Matthew Howes, have both been jailed for five years.
You can watch our exclusive interview with Dain about his determination to challenge intolerance.
Ikea is coming to Sussex as part of a £170 million development.
It will sit on a former landfill site near the A27 alongside 600 new homes, a country park and a primary school.
The development could create up to 1000 new jobs and add £11 million to the local economy. Its hoped the new store will be open by 2019.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell will be joining local Labour Party activists from across Brighton and Hove today to campaign for the NHS to be properly funded.
Their concerns surround the Royal Sussex County Hospital being in special measures, the patient transport service, Coperfoma rated inadequate, and the A&E service being on Black Alert due to the winter crisis.
The march will begin at the County Hospital in Eastern Road, winding through the town and up Queens Road to Brighton Station to show support for the rail workers already on strike for the safety of our train service.
Police in Sussex were called to reports of fireworks being let off on Brighton beach at 4am.
Adur and Worthing Police tweeted that they'd been to assist officers to deal with the antisocial behaviour.
Seems it was caused by MK Dons fans following their team's 2-0 FA Cup defeat- as they pointed out, it's not clear what they were celebrating...
Three days of strike by the RMT union began today as part of an ongoing row over planned changes to the role of the conductor.
RMT General secretary released a statement calling on the government to meet with union members to end the disruption.
Our guards members on Southern Rail remain rock solid and absolutely determined in their action in defence of rail safety this morning.
Passengers are being advised to check their journey before travelling.
The RSPCA are trying to trace the person who abandoned two pets at a McDonalds in Brighton. The terrapin was so ill it had to be put down.Read the full story ›
A homeowner from Hove is blaming the ongoing dispute between Southern Rail and the RMT for his flat sale falling throughRead the full story ›
Brighton and Hove Labour Party, which was suspended amid allegations of intimidation and ballot-rigging, could be split into three local parties. The move would bring suspension to an end. But leading members of the hard-left group Momentum say they'll refuse to work with a leadership team being 'imposed' by the national party. John Ryall reports.
The interviewees are Greg Hadfield, Momentum supporter; James Ellis, Momentum supporter; and Peter Kyle, the MP for Hove.
A cancer survivor from Sussex who was hailed by David Cameron for her charity work has made a film in favour of assisted dying.
Last year Parliament voted against allowing terminal patients the 'right to die'. However, Sara Cutting says the pain she endured during her treatment for the condition has made her believe more strongly in the controversial change. Andy Dickenson reports.
The other interviewees in the report are Sam Dick, from 'Dignity in Dying'; and Alistair Thompson from 'Care Not Killing'.