Labour peer is to repay parliamentary travel expenses after accepting it would have been "more appropriate" not to have claimed the money.Read the full story ›
A man has been jailed for more than six years after a hit & run incident in which a pedestrian was thrown into the air and over a car roofRead the full story ›
Two people are seriously injured after the collision in Reigate at 11.35 this morningRead the full story ›
The world's largest wind turbine made out of lego has been moved to Brighton.
Made with more than 146,000 bricks the structure took 600 man hours to complete.
The turbine will be at its new home at Brighton Marina until early 2018.
From its new location, visitors can see the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm.
When it's completed it will have 116 wind turbines, each 140 metres tall.
Once it's fully operational next year, it could power almost 350,000 homes in Sussex.
Brighton's newest attraction has gained national recognition for its design.
Described as the world's tallest, moving observation tower, the British Airways' i360 has won the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors' Design through Innovation award.
It opened in 2016 and was designed by the same architectural company as the one that designed the London Eye.
Hundreds of trick or treaters are expected to visit a spooky house in Brighton this Halloween. Oliver Slim and his husband, Oliver Blackaby, have been decorating their home in Highcroft Villas for the last 4 years, raising money for charity.
To find out more go to: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/oliver-slim1
A street in Brighton has been closed after part of a building collapsed. Emergency services were called to George Street where the building is being renovated. It's believed a bay window fell onto scaffolding. Motorists and pedestrians were advised to avoid the area.
51 year old David Browning from Seaford will appear in court on MondayRead the full story ›
Brighton's Royal Pavilion Gardens has been added to Historic England's most 'at risk' register.
It is now said to be threatened and in urgent need of repairs.
22 sites in total have been added to the register this year.
These include the No 2 Battery in Gosport, Hampshire and Northumberland protected wreck site in Kent.
However 32 sites have been removed from the register.
These include the Argos Hill Windmill in East Sussex, Newbury Battlefield in Berkshire and St John the Baptist Church on the Isle of Wight.
Over the past year, Historic England has offered £612,000 in grants to help some of the region's best loved and most important historic sites.
The Heritage at Risk Register 2017 reveals that in the South East, 89 Grade I and II buildings, 214 scheduled monuments, 94 places of worship, 25 registered parks and gardens and 64 conservation areas are at risk of neglect, decay or inappropriate change.
The Heritage at Risk Register helps us to target resources to those sites which are most threatened. We are delighted to have removed so many places of worship from the Register this year in the South East. Much of this success was achieved through giving expert advice for the Heritage Lottery Fund's 'Grants for Places of Worship' scheme. Although this scheme has now closed, we continue to work with the HLF and the communities who care for these important buildings to improve their condition and seek new and innovative uses for them."
The biggest virtual reality primary school lesson outside of the classroom has taken place on Brighton's beach.
Under the gaze of the i360 and next to the historic West Pier, 140 children journeyed to Rio de Janeiro and Mont Blanc.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to organiser Mark Slade and Tracey Bower from Hertford Infants School.