The previous owners of a pub have pleaded guilty at Sevenaoks Magistrates Court after a man fell through a open celar door and later died in hospital. It happened at the Crown in Shoreham in April 2010.
The management of the pub on the high street admitted failing to report the accident to the local authority. The 52 year old man broke his leg in the fall and while waiting for an operation on it, died of pneumonia. The pub now has different owners.
People are risking death or serious injury by trying to get a good view of a huge rock fall at Dover's white cliffs.
Some people have been kneeling close to the edge to take photos of the landslide at Crab Bay.
Coastguards say they're very worried someone will go over the top.
A massive rock-fall has changed the face of the White Cliffs of Dover. An estimated one hundred thousand tonnes of cliff has crashed into the sea between Fan Bay and Crab Bay. There are warnings of further collapses in the South East. What does it say about the state of coastal erosion?
Reporter picture from the scene of a dramatic cliff fall in Dover. See the full item later on the website and live on Meridian Tonight.