Young patients at a hospital in Sussex have been given a mini Rolls Royce to drive to surgery. It's hoped the toy will give them a boost.Read the full story ›
Dozens of Kurdish mourners have gathered at Heathrow Airport as the body of Sussex chef Ryan Lock arrived back in the UK.
He died on 21 December while fighting with the Kurdish forces.
It's believed he turned the gun on himself rather than risk being taken hostage.
Dozens of people, including members of the Kurdish community, held roses and framed pictures of him, as his coffin arrived at Heathrow Airport.
The body of a man from Chichester who died after travelling to Syria to fight Islamic State arrived back at Heathrow to a hero's welcome.Read the full story ›
Chichester Cathedral has been awarded a quarter of a million pounds to help restore its quire roof which dates back to the 13th Century.
The grant, provided by the First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund, will go towards a renovation project. A total of £4.8 million is needed to carry out major repairs to the cathedral.
Children from across the south launched this year's celebration of cathedral music.
More than eighty choristers and thirty lay clerks (adult singers) from Chichester, Salisbury and Winchester Cathedrals opened the three-day Southern Cathedrals Festival.
It is taking place at Chichester Cathedral until 24th July.
Police investigating a distraction burglary in Chichester have released an efit of the suspect.
An elderly woman reported that a man knocked at her address in Shopwhyke Road on the afternoon of Saturday 21st May and offered to carry out some gardening work. Once inside, he stole a wallet and cash before making off.
A small dark coloured car and a dark silver Ford Mondeo were both seen parked in the area around the time of the incident, and officers are appealing for the owners of these vehicles to come forward.
"This is one of the lowest forms of crime someone could commit, and one which no one can be proud of. If anyone recognises the suspect from the efit or has any information that may assist, we would be grateful to hear from them.
"In particular, we would like to speak to anyone who travelled along this road, east of the Oving traffic lights, around the time of the incident, and anyone who may have a dashboard camera fitted. This simple device may have evidence that court assist us in this enquiry.
"We are also appealing for the owners of either of the two cars seen parked in the street to get in touch.”
The family of Luke Jeffrey, who died after he was stabbed in Chichester on Friday have paid tribute to him.
"Luke was a kind, caring and gentle young man. He was passionate about fitness and health and was studying at college to become a fitness instructor. Luke also had a lifelong love of music. He had his whole life ahead of him.
"He was utterly devoted to his five-year-old sister and she has lost not only her big brother, but also her best friend. He leaves behind loving parents, grandparents, a great-grandmother and many close friends.
"Luke was just 18-years-old when he was murdered in a brutal, senseless and cowardly attack.
"We cannot find the words to describe the loss and absolute grief that we are feeling. Please respect our need for privacy at this desperately difficult time."
"Our thoughts are with Luke's family and friends at this sad time.
"We want to do all we can to reassure the local community and officers from the Chichester neighbourhood policing team will be available in the surrounding areas to speak to residents if they have any concerns."
Samuel Morgan, 19, unemployed, of Adelaide Road, Chichester, appeared at Crawley Magistrates' Court this morning charged with Luke's murder.
He has been remanded in custody to appear at Lewes Crown Court tomorrow.
A farmer who lost 116 sheep and 70 unborn lambs in the country's worst ever attack by a dog says he felt like crying when he saw the pile of dead animals. Gordon Wyeth is worried that his insurance company may refuse to cover his £17,000 loss. Kerry Swain has been to see him.
More than 100 sheep have died in what experts say was the UK's worst sheep attack in living memory.
The horrific discovery was made by farmer Gordon Wyeth at the West Dean Estate in West Dean, near Chichester.
The sheep, many of them pregnant, had been herded into a tight group against a fence and gate bordering woodland where they had panicked and had either died from shock or by being crushed in the flock.
A total of 116 sheep, worth an estimated £17,000, died in the field just north of the A286, near the old railway bridge at the eastern end of the village
Farmer Gordon Wyeth at the West Dean Estate in West Dean, near Chichester.