The Health Secretary will today outline his ambition to make England "the best place in Europe to grow old".
If we were to tell you you could snap up a Hockney, or perhaps an Emin for just 99p would you believe it? Find out 'The Big Art Secret' !
A man has been sentenced for the rape of a woman in Eastbourne 25 years ago, after a Sussex Police cold case review.
Together, the writer and composer, Gilbert and Sullivan, wrote 14 comic operas and their work is as popular today as it was more than a century ago. But now, a modern version of one of their productions, HMS Pinafore, is coming to the south. It's G& S but not as you know it.
Charlotte Wilkins speaks to the show's producer Ben De Wynter; Sasha Regan, who's the director and cast members Keith Jack and Alan Richardson. HMS Pinafore is travelling around the country, including Eastbourne, Winchester and Guildford. Click here for more information.
Investigations are expected to begin today into the cause of a fire on Eastbourne seafront. More than thirty firefighters - from the town and surrounding areas - were needed at the height of yesterday's blaze at the Glastonbury Hotel on Marine Parade.
A number of cars in the Shinewater area of Eastbourne have been broken into and damaged.
Ten vehicles had items such as sat navs and laptops stolen in the early hours of the morning on Saturday 22nd February.
Police are now appealing for witnesses after the break ins, which happened in Milfoil Drive, Friday Street, Wroxham Road, Magdalen Close, Eskdale Close and Sorrel Drive.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting serial 291 of 22/2.
A woman's skeleton - 18 hundred years old and found in Eastbourne - has been 'brought to life' with the help of scientists. Dubbed The Lady of Beachy Head, she lived and died in Roman times.
Now her bones are on display in Sussex. And thanks to 21st century technology we can see how she would have looked. Charlotte Wilkins reports and has been speaking to Jo Seaman, Heritage Officer and Paula Borthwick, who's a volunteer.
Police are growing concerned for an Eastbourne woman who has not been seen since 2 February. Nicola Baron was last seen on Sunday after going to the Spa shop on Terminus Road where she worked as a store manager.
She left the shop around 7 am, then got a taxi from her home to Eastbourne train station and has not been seen since. The 52 year-old, who lives in Seaside, was wearing a red knee length puffa-style jacket made by Cotton Traders and believed to be carrying a large, heavy suitcase.
– Sergeant Mark Simmonds
Nicola has not turned up to work on Monday or today and has left her cat at home, both of which is extremely out of character for her. She usually speaks to her sister everyday but has not heard from her since Sunday. She lives in Eastbourne and has connections in East Sussex and in the Canterbury area of Kent.
With huge deposits needed to get the best mortgage rates, many people simply can't afford to buy their first home. But a new scheme in Eastbourne could change that.
The 'Local Help To Buy' scheme gives first time buyers the chance to buy a property with just 5% deposit. The initiative has already been hailed a success in nearby Hastings as Charlotte Wilkins explains.
Police are seeking Ryan Bodle, 29, who they want to interview in connection with public disorder that occurred in Wakehurst Road, Eastbourne, on 7 January. The appeal follows an incident when members of a neighbouring family were threatened in the street.
PC Dan Cloake said: "We are keen to trace Ryan Bodle, who is not believed to a be a danger to the general public. He is well known in the Hampden Park area of Eastbourne."
Police searching for a man reported missing this morning in Eastbourne have recovered a body from the water off Pevensey Bay.
Officers believe it may be the body of Geoffrey Emmett, 72, reported missing from his home in Royal Parade, Eastbourne. He was found just before 1pm.
Mr Emmett's next-of-kin have been told and the coroner for East Sussex has been informed.
Hundreds of people lined the streets of Eastbourne to show their support for the past and present members of 56 Signal Squadron, the town's Army Reserve unit.
The Squadron, which recruits soldiers locally for the Army Reserve, received the Freedom of the Borough in recognition of its distinguished service to Eastbourne, in April 2000.
The freedom, which dates back hundreds of years, is given by the Mayor and allows the military unit to march through the borough’s streets with colours flying and bayonets fixed.
The first suspect is described as white, aged in his 20s, 5' 8", of athletic build and was wearing a khaki coloured anorak, grey or blue jeans and white sports shoes. He had a grey woollen scarf over the lower half of his face and a distinctive blue hood over his head.
The second suspect is white 5' 8" to 5' 10", of average build with black hair and wearing similar clothes to the first suspect. Call 101 or email email@example.com quoting Operation Garner or alternatively ring the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
– Detective Inspector Gavin Patch, Sussex Police
The photos show the suspects threatening the staff. We are keen to hear from anyone who may have seen these men in the area or have any information to assist the investigation.