Two directors of Crawley-based security firm G4S have resigned in the wake of a review into the company's botched Olympic Games contract.
Crawley based Virgin Atlantic has announced losses of £80 million for the last financial year.
A 96-year-old woman who died moments before her tenth abseil was an "amazing lady" who was doing what she loved best, her family said.
The Chairman of Sussex Neighbourhood Watch has picked up his MBE.
John Wright was named in the Queen's Birthday honours earlier this year for his services to the organisation and the community in Crawley.
Two people have been arrested after a man was shot outside a block of flats in a targeted attack in Crawley. The victim will need surgery for a hand injury believed to have been caused by a shotgun in Commonwealth Drive last night.
Two people living in one of the flats, a man aged 38 and a woman of 26, were held on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm but later freed without any further action.
Police are trying to trace other people in the area when the man was shot.
Officers appeared for information about a car, described as an old-style silver or gold-coloured Suzuki Swift, or similar type, which drove away from the scene immediately afterwards.
Police are investigating a report that a man was shot whilst he was outside a block of flats in Commonwealth Drive in Crawley last night.
A man was traced to a hospital where he was treated for a firearms injury to his hand, believed to have been caused by a shotgun.
The occupants of a flat in Commonwealth Drive, a 38-year old local man and a 26-year old local woman, were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm but have since been released without any further action.
Detective Chief Inspector Dave Wardley-Wilkins said; "This is a serious but isolated incident for the area. It's already clear this was not a random attack. Local people are being reassured that there is no current risk to their safety."
– Sussex Police
Police are investigating a report of a shooting in Commonwealth Drive, Crawley, at 9.38pm on Thursday 28 November.
The tactical firearms unit have been on standby and enquiries are ongoing to trace the victim and the men believed to be involved.
There is no more information available at this time."
Investigations are underway into a suspected shooting in Crawley last night. Officers were called to Commonwealth Drive around half past nine. No one has been arrested.
– Crawley Town FC spokesperson
Crawley Town Football Club can confirm that it has terminated the contract of First Team manager Richie Barker with immediate effect. The club will make an announcement as soon as possible on who will look after team affairs in the interim period and we ask our supporters to have patience while the process of finding a new manager is undertaken. The club will not be making any further comment at this stage.
– Stuart Beare, organiser of the Tulleys Farm Shocktober Fest event
We do not intend to cause offence to anyone. The image of the zombie girl on our advertising is no worse than many images you´ll see at this time of year in newspapers and magazines, on the Halloween costumes in the supermarket isles and even kids TV programmes.
We are waiting for the Advertising Standards Authority to come back to us with their judgement to see if we have to take the ads off the buses.
Adverts promoting a Halloween attraction near Crawley has been deemed too scary.
The Advertising Standards Authority has received a number of complaints from local residents about the Tulleys Farm Shocktober Fest bus advert and is currently investigating to see if any rules have been broken.
The adverts are on the sides of over 100 buses operating across Sussex and South London including Crawley, Croydon, Kingston upon Thames and Tunbridge Wells.
Video: Our interview with Chief Inspector Justina Beeken from Sussex Police, following the rape of a 20-year-old woman in Crawley.
Broadfield Forest near Crawley was the scene of a rape on Sunday, 6th October 2013. Police say they don't believe it was part of a wider series of events, but are warning people to take care when out alone at night.