Eight-thousand runners took part in this year's Brighton half marathon. The winner - for the 4th year running - set a course recordRead the full story ›
Brighton's Royal Pavilion is one of our region's most famous landmarks, attracting thousands of visitors each year. But now, for the first time, there's a chance to explore a secret tunnel running beneath it.
The tunnel was built so that George IV, who'd grown very fat and unpopular, could visit his riding stables without his subjects seeing him.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to David Beevers, the Keeper of the Pavilion, and tour guides Meg Hogg and Geoff Greenwood.
A man has been rescued by firefighters after a fire broke out on the thirteenth floor of a 17-storey building in Brighton.
More than 60 firefighters and ten fire engines were called to Essex Place on Montague Street at 5.15pm yesterday. The whole building was evacuated - and the fire was brought under control by 8pm.
The authorities say everyone has been accounted for - and there are no reports of any injuries. Although the building was under guard by police officers over night for safety reasons.
Fire investigation officers from East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service are been back at the scene today to determine what caused the blaze.
Brighton's world famous chocolatier, Choccywoccydoodah, has been broken into - with a burglar knocking over a cake worth £2,000. The thief got in through a back window of the shop in Meeting House Lane, before stealing a small amount of cash.
Police have issued pictures of a man they would like to trace in connection with a hit and run in Brighton.Read the full story ›
Experimental artist and musician Laurie Anderson has been announced as guest director of the 50th Brighton Festival in May.
Renowned for her inventive use of technology, Anderson is one of America's most daring creative pioneers. In roles as varied as artist, composer, poet, photographer, filmmaker, vocalist and instrumentalist, she has been experimenting, creating and challenging audiences all over the world for almost as long as Brighton Festival has existed.
Anderson takes the helm as Brighton Festival marks its 50th year of commissioning and producing innovative arts and culture by exploring the theme of ‘home and place' across its 2016 programme.
The latest edition to the Brighton skyline has made it into the record books even before it is open. The British Airways i360 has just been awarded the Guinness World Record for the most slender tower in the world. Its unique construction means that, although iit is 160 metres tall, the tower is just less than four metres wide.
Police in Sussex are investigating an attempted robbery at an amusement arcade in Brighton.
Two men, one with a knife, threatened staff at the Golden Touch amusement arcade on St James's Street on Friday (Feb 12) before leaving empty-handed.
The staff on duty were unhurt but badly shaken.
Although the CCTV does not show the men's faces, we are hoping someone might recognise the clothes they are wearing. They might have seen them before the attempted robbery or leaving the scene afterwards.
Firefighters in Sussex were called to the Whitehawk area of Brighton last night (Feb 14) after a Land Rover crashed into a house.
It happened at around 6.40pm when the car ended up embedded in the ground floor wall of the property.
No-one was injured in the incident.
Police have released CCTV images after an armed robber wearing a Christmas jumper struck at a convenience store in Hove.Read the full story ›