Brighton extend their unbeaten home run to six matches as stubborn Doncaster were handed a 1-0 defeat at the Amex Stadium.
A march by the extreme right-wing group, the English Defence League, attracted just 200 supporters in Brighton today.
Brighton and Hove could become the first place in the country to provide rooms where people would be able to use drugs safely.
Union members have gathered in Brighton to mark the 30th anniversary of the Miners' Strike, a deeply-divisive dispute which heralded the closure of most of Britain's pits. Remembering the strike today, those whose lives once revolved around the coal fields of Kent, as Derek Johnson now reports.
RMT General Secretary Bob Crow will be in Brighton today to join the cities' events to mark the 30th anniversary of the 1984/85 Miners' Strike. During the strike Brighton was a centre of support and solidarity for the miners, especially for the close neighbours - the Kent miners.
A decision is due to be made later on plans to introduce 20mph speed limits in parts of Brighton.
The lower limit has been imposed on 500 streets in the city. Similiar schemes have been introduced in other towns and cities - but not on this scale.
Police are appealing for help tracing a man after a woman was raped on Brighton beach.
The 18-year-old woman was attacked by a man she met in a nightclub but who then forced himself on her outside.
She left the Coalition nightclub with the man and they both went onto the beach between the club and the Fortune of War before he raped her. It happened between 2.30am and 3.15am on 15 November and officers have been investigating a number of lines of inquiry since then.
Despite it happening several months ago they are hopeful someone will recognise a man recorded on CCTV footage in Coalition who they would like to speak to.
He was white, about 5' 8" and in his early 20s. He was clean shaven, had short blond or brown hair and was wearing a blue t-shirt.
The Home Secretary has been in Sussex to discuss the best way of tackling homophobic crime.
Theresa May visited Brighton, and laid flowers at a memorial to victims of AIDS.
The Home Secretary also met Sussex Police to hear how they're tackling crime targeted against the city's large gay community.
Stephen Edwards was found guilty of raping 46 year-old Pauline Jenkins who was found dead at her home in Brighton in 2011. Edwards was given a 20 year sentence. He'll serve 13 years in jail and may serve the following seven years on licence.
Edwards denied raping Pauline Jenkins who was found dead at her home in Woodingdean on 7 February 2011. He was also found not guilty of raping a 51 year-old woman he had met in 2010 in Brighton.
In another trial at Lewes Crown Court in 2011, Edwards was found guilty of two counts of rape against a 46 year-old woman he knew in Brighton dating back between 1995 and 1996.
People in their fifties and older are increasingly being diagnosed with HIV.
It can be caught by anyone - regardless of their gender, race or sexuality. And that's very much the message of a new photographic exhibition which is bringing together people who're HIV positive - from all walks of life.
Charlotte Wilkins has been speaking to Photographer Edo Zollo; David Fray and Mandy Webb who are both living with HIV; and Simon Dowe from the Sussex Beacon.
Sussex Police were called to Sydney Street in Brighton at 7.55am this morning concerning the health of a man.
A man was sadly found dead in a property. His death is not being treated as suspicious at this stage and the coroner has been informed.
A woman who falsely claimed she was raped in Brighton has been jailed for 2 years.
Sharlene James was found guilty of perverting the course of justice after sparking fear that a serial sex attacker was at large in the city.
Whilst at Lewes Crown Court yesterday, the jury heard how she claimed to have been pulled into the New Steine community gardens and raped by a man who tried to talk to her.
Detective Chief Inspector Carwyn Hughes said, "Police were already investigating a number of incidents in the Kemp Town area when this allegation was made.
"As in all cases, we took this very seriously and were quick to respond.
"On launching an extensive investigation we quickly concluded that this offence did not take place and aside from raising unnecessary anxiety and alarm, many hours were wasted that could have been put to better use investigating genuine reports of crime."
A piece of graffiti lifted from the side of a Brighton pub has sold for nearly £350,000 at auction in the US.The painting by street artist Banksy depicts two policemen kissing. It was removed three years ago and replaced with a replica.
Despite the hefty price tag, the piece sold for a lot less than expected. The money will be used to make improvements to The Prince Albert pub.