The DJ Norman Cook has received a top award from the University of Brighton.
He studied at what was then Brighton polytechnic in the 1980s and has now been given the university's alumnus award for his contribution to the music industry.
He's had a string of hits with the band the Housemartins and then as DJ Fatboy Slim.
It can be difficult today finding a way to propose to your other half in a way truly special and unique to you both.
Roses, Champaign and diamonds, while traditional, may not be the personal gesture you’re after.
Which is when one farmer from Willingdon decided to get his flock of sheep involved.
Henry Brown, 34, recruited the sheepish wingmen to come to the rescue to deliver the message with style.
Emily Walker, 22, thankfully said yes and the couple say they are ewe-phoric.
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Police are appealing for witnesses after a boy aged 16 was attacked and robbed in East Sussex last Monday. Two men attacked the boy in Middle Street in Hastings and stole his money.
The victim was walking from the HMV store towards Hastings railway station at 5pm when he was approached by two men and punched repeatedly.
The victim was not injured but had the speakers he had just bought stolen along with his black Armani Jeans messenger bag with two vertical white stripes on, which contained some Armani Diamonds aftershave and £30 in cash in a black Nike wallet.
The first man is described as a white, aged 18 to 25, 5' 10" and of muscular build with blonde or light brown hair. He was wearing a black hooded top with a front zip, grey jogging bottoms and white trainers.
The second man is described as a white, aged 18 to 25, 5' 7" and of stocky build. He was wearing a, grey jacket and grey joggers with a black hat.
"This is an unprovoked attack that has resulted in items being stolen from a boy who was on his own, fortunately he was not injured. We would like to speak to anyone who saw the incident as there were several people seen in the area."
Walkers at a beauty spot in Sussex have been warned by the coastguard to take extra care after a crack appeared in the side of a cliff at Seaford Head. It follows a series of chalk falls on that stretch of coastline earlier on in the year. ITV Meridian has been speaking to senior coastal operations manager Graham Easton.
Walkers at a beauty spot in Sussex have been warned to take extra care after a crack has appeared in the side of a cliff.
Newhaven Coastguard shared this picture of Seaford Head. It follows a series of chalk falls on this stretch of coastline earlier on in the year.
They're normally closed to the public or charge admission but this weekend, venues across the south-east will be throwing open their doors to the public. The Heritage Open Days scheme is celebrating its twentieth anniversary with guided walks and tours throughout Kent, Sussex and Essex.
David Johns has been for a preview, speaking to historians Caroline Stanford and Chris Jones; heritage walks coordinator Fiona Woodfield and shop owner Sue Luck.
They are either seen as charming, nocturnal creatures who are a rare treat to spot - or as a bacteria-ridden pest bringing disease to our farmers - badgers polarise opinion like perhaps no other wildlife creature in this country.
Long linked with the spread of Bovine Tuberculosis, the animals have, in some parts of the country, been culled to stop the spread of the disease. But in East Sussex, a project's underway to vaccinate the creatures instead.
David Johns explains, talking to Kate Edmonds from the Sussex Badger Vaccination Project; Annie Vernon from the National Farmers Union; and wildlife conservationist Trevor Weeks MBE.
NHS staff have been protesting today against proposed cuts in East Sussex. Two hundred workers look set to be moved from Eastbourne District General Hospital as services are downgraded. Andy Dickenson reports.
Sussex Police have contacted 20 people who have reported sexual and physical offences against them by school staff at Ashdown House Preparatory School in Forest Row, East Sussex, police has said. In a statement, a spokesman said:
Arrangements are in hand to interview the others, some of whom live abroad. The investigation continues and now spans a period from the late 1960s to the early 1980s.