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.
In a deal announced by the Government today, First Capital Connect (FCC) will continue its franchise until September when a new Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern (TSGN) franchise will start.
Yesterday, a Which? table placed FCC 17th out of 19 train companies for passenger satisfaction, with FCC also scoring the equal-last number of points for train cleanliness.
The new deal for FCC covers services between London, Bedford, Brighton and Kings Lynn.
Starting in September, TSGN will be the largest franchise on the network and will take in the £6.5 billion Thameslink improvement programme which includes new electric trains.
– Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin
The new contract with FCC represents the best deal for passengers and taxpayers. It ensures the continuity of the existing service and guarantees the completion of the ongoing Thameslink Programme."
Thousands of runners took to the streets in Sussex today for the annual Brighton Half Marathon. Everyone from marathon novices to serious athletes were at the starters line - and even the sun came out to help them on their way.
Sarah Saunders spoke to men's race winner Paul Martelletti; women's race winner Sarah Hill and some of the other fantastic runners who took part.
Investigations are continuing into the discovery of suspicious packages left around the south yesterday.
Bomb disposal experts taped off streets near army recruitment offices.
The Government say they bore the marks of Northern Ireland terrorism.
Packages were found in Brighton, Canterbury, Brighton and Oxford as well as Aldershot and Chatham the day before.
A major counter-terrorism investigation is underway tonight after a series of suspicious packages were sent to Army careers centres across the south east.
Offices in Brighton and Canterbury, Oxford and Slough were targeted today.
Yesterday it was at Aldershot, Reading - and the day before - Chatham.
The South East Counter Terrorism Unit has said after the first cases were found yesterday, Post Offices and Army Recruitment centres were warned to be on the lookout.
Malcolm Shaw reports on today's fast moving events.
Officers from the South East Counter Terrorism Unit (SECTU) are currently investigating a series of suspect packages sent to Army Careers offices across the region.
So far seven suspect packages have been received at the following locations:
Armed Forces Careers Office, St Marys Butts, Reading, and the Army and RAF Careers office at Dock Road, Chatham, Kent, on Tuesday (11/2).
The Army Careers Office, Hospital Hill, Aldershot, Hampshire, yesterday (12/2).
Army Careers offices in St Giles, Oxford, Queensmere Shopping Centre, Slough, Queens Road, Brighton, and St Peter's Street, Canterbury, today (13/2).
– Det Supt Stan Gilmour of SECTU
The contents of the packages are suspicious in nature and will now be sent off for forensic examination. Even if the contents are determined to be a viable device they pose a very low level threat and are unlikely to cause significant harm or damage. When a suspect package is reported we have a routine response which means we may need to evacuate the area if necessary until we can be sure it poses no threat to the public. Whilst this can cause concern and disruption for local communities, it is a necessary precaution until we know what we are dealing with.”