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.
Tickets will need to be bought for this year's Pride Street Party in Brighton following concerns about security.
Last year, 30,000 people descended on St James's Street and organisers are worried people could get crushed. Wristbands for the event will cost £5 and will go on sale next month.
An arts company from Brighton is bringing its colourful act to schools to ensure that all sections of the community can experience cultural events. Lottery funded Otherworld is touring Sussex. Tom Savvides talks to project director John Varah & Helen Springall from Chailey Heritage School.
An arts company from Brighton is touring Sussex to bring theatre to children with disabilities. "Otherworld" is a lottery funded project. It's just completed a run at the Chailey Heritage School near Haywards Heath.
ITV Meridian spoke to Helen Springall from Chailey Heritage School.
World Cup hysteria has reached a new high-water mark at Brighton Sea Life Centre, where the resident terrapins are getting behind the England team. There are now terrapins sporting the numbers of all 23 members of the England squad.
“We needed to number all 48 of our rescued terrapins anyway, so we could keep track of each one’s veterinary records,” said Curator Carey Duckhouse.
“So as England’s World Cup adventure could be over in a matter of days, although we hope it won’t be, we decided to get the first 23 done now."
Staff were even tempted to re-name some of the players…like Phil Jagishellka, Danny Shellbeck and Danishell Sturridge, but decided that might be taking things too far!
A house made entirely out of rubbish has its official opening tonight. The Waste House came out of an idea by TV architect Kevin McCloud.
It's taken students at Brighton University two years to build it using a range of recycled materials, including 20,000 toothbrushes, two tonnes of denim jeans and 2,000 carpet tiles.
Engineers will begin erecting a giant screen on Brighton's seafront for fans to watch the World Cup today. The free screen, run on bio-diesel and solar power, will stand in the shadow of the Palace Pier and Brighton Wheel - and show games as well as Wimbledon matches and movies.
ITV Meridian spoke to Bill Murray from Brighton's Big Screen.
The Chattri Memorial Service remembering Indian soldiers in the First World War has taken place in Sussex. Injured Indian soldiers were hospitalised in the Dome in Brighton. The Hindus and Sikhs who died were cremated on the Downs and, in 1921, the Chattri Memorial was constructed on the site.
Saltdean Lido in Brighton has opened its doors for the first time in three years today. The country's only Grade II listed lido has been saved by campaigners after developers planned to turn it into it flats. It will now undergo a £5m refurbishment. Campaign director Rebecca Crook spoke to Meridian.
Brighton & Hove Albion have announced on the club's website that they've appointed a new manager. He is Sami Hyypia's and has been given a three-year contract, he is a former Finnish international.
The new boss said, "I am absolutely thrilled by this appointment; Brighton & Hove Albion are an ambitious club and I am very pleased to have been given this opportunity.
I've held extensive talks with the chairman Tony Bloom and chief executive Paul Barber. I have looked at the club from top to bottom and I am very impressed by what I've seen at all levels." More details can be found here on the club's site.