The designer of the south coast's newest and tallest visitor attraction said the i360 was back in business today - and promised no repetition of what he called 'the teething troubles' of the past week.
David Marks admitted the problems, which saw hundreds of people trapped in the observation tower, were unfortunate and apologised to customers whose trips had to be cancelled. Andy Dickenson reports.
The British Airways i360 tower, beset with technical problems, is open today.
Hundreds of passengers were trapped for hours when it broke down on Thursday and twice on Sunday
Caroline Lucas, the MP for Brighton Pavilion, has been elected leader of the Green Party.
It'll be her second spell in charge, but this time there's a difference.
From the Green Party conference in Birmingham, Phil Hornby reports.
An international student had been taking photos of her day at Brighton beach when a seagull swooped in for her ice cream.
Are you one of the five million Brits who have been holidaying 'at home' this weekend?
Experts say that with the falling value of the pound, following the EU referendum, more of us than ever are taking our vacations in the UK. And with the sun shining, that's led to a bumper Bank Holiday in Brighton.
Andy Dickenson reports, speaking to Max Leviston, general manager of the Sealife Centre, and Amy Gray of Visit Britain.
The family of a 19-year old woman, whose body was found in her flat in Portslade, have paid tribute to her.
Police were called to a property on Chrisdory Road, Mile Oak on Thursday.
Shana is our beautiful girl, a kind thoughtful, caring daughter who always thought of others. We would like to thank Ashley and his family for their support. We would also like to thank everyone for their beautiful kind words. We would like to ask that our privacy be respected through this difficult time.
A 27-year old man arrested on Thursday on suspicion of murder is still in custody for interview and further enquiries.
The death has been notified to the Independent Police Complaints Commission owing to there having been previous police contact with Shana Grice and other people.
Do you recognise this woman who appears to steal a tip jar from a café in Brighton?
She was captured on CCTV at Little Miss Piggies Café in St James' Street.
The jar in the shape of a pig contained £45 in tips for staff.
We are appealing to anyone who recognises the suspect to let us know who it is. You have to watch the CCTV footage carefully as she takes the tip jar quickly from the counter before leaving the café.
Click below to see the footage.
Temperatures across the south east touched 30 degrees this afternoon as a mini heatwave swept the region.
In fact, that's hotter than Rio which managed only a cool 22 degrees today. These sun worshippers in Brighton took full advantage while it lasts and before the schools go back:
Last night we reported on claims of bullying, harassment and discrimination at the biggest NHS Trust in Sussex.
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust has been placed in 'special measures' while major problems are being tackled. Today we spoke to a doctor who tells us racism at the organisation is 'endemic'.
It comes as the new Chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission says a failure to tackle deep-rooted race inequality will cause more and more divisions in our society.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Dr Vivienne Lyfar-Cissé, Chair of the NHS BME Network.
An NHS Trust that runs both the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal in Haywards Heath has been placed in 'special measures'.
A new Care Quality Commission report describes a catalogue of errors - including patients treated in corridors, a lack of leadership, poor safety, and long waiting times.
The damning indictment even included allegations of bullying and discrimination between staff.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Maggie Snowsell, Alan Thorne of the Care Quality Commission, and Dr Stephen Holmberg of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.