One man who's certainly got plenty of life in him is the Queen guitarist and campaigner Brian May.
He was in Brighton today to encourage people to get out and vote- it's part of his Common Decency campaign to get voters to embrace democracy and have their voice heard
The leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett was in Brighton today to launch their new election poster - Our political correspondent Phil Hornby was there for us too.
Queen guitarist and campaigner Brian May will be in Brighton today to encourage more of us to vote.
The musician, from Berkshire, recently launched his own campaign to highlight the importance of democracy.
He'll also be meeting students at a local music college with Green candidate Caroline Lucas.
School and college students from Canterbury have taken part in an ITV News Schools Election Debate.Read the full story ›
In the South East the national spotlight will be on a number of fiercely fought seats. Derek Johnson explains.
The South East will be a key battleground in the General Election for all the major political parties.
ITV Meridian's Fred Dinenage speaks to Professor Colin Rallings, ITV's political expert, about which seats are crucial to the formation of the next Government.
A man from East Sussex has been jailed after he found his ex-girlfriend in bed with another man and attacked them both with a golf club.Read the full story ›
A photo's emerged showing a group of tourists sat with their legs dangling of the edge of a cliff at Seaford Head in Sussex.Read the full story ›
New cycle facilities will be installed at railway stations across East Sussex following a Government funding boost.
Rail operator Southern, supported by East Sussex County Council, successfully bid for £470,000 from the Department for Transport for improvements at 10 stations in the county.
The programme will see new secure, ‘cycle hubs’, including cycle hire and maintenance facilities, installed at Bexhill and Newhaven Town stations, while a further eight stations will receive improved cycle facilities.
The schemes in East Sussex, part of a £14.5 million programme nationally for 2015-16, will receive additional funding from the county council.
“We are delighted that Southern has secured this funding and look forward to working in partnership with them to deliver the schemes. With new housing and jobs coming to the county, it’s more important than ever that we can improve access to rail stations and help to make cycling a realistic and attractive ‘door to door’ sustainable travel option for their everyday journeys. These schemes tie in with our commitment to delivering improved walking and cycling facilities, with the key benefit of supporting local economic growth, along with improvements to health and wellbeing and the environment.”
The new cycle hubs at Bexhill and Newhaven Town will include secure, key card access for 50 cycles, along with cycle hire and maintenance facilities, monitored CCTV and new lighting and signage.
A new 50-space covered cycling store will be built in the new car park under construction at Uckfield station, Hampden Park will get 50 extra cycle spaces and the number of spaces at Polegate will double from 30 to 60.
Rye and Crowborough will get 30 and 25 new spaces respectively, with new cycle shelters being built at both stations, while there will be an additional 20 spaces at Seaford and 10 each at Glynde and Bishopstone.
All the affected stations will receive new, improved CCTV, lighting and new signage.
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.