Three men were in court for falsely claiming benefits with one found not to be even eligible to live in the country.
A Sussex woman travelled thousands of miles to Nicaragua to meet the young girl she sponsors through a global children's charity.
The family of a teenager who died suddenly on holiday in Portugal say the lack of life saving equipment meant she had no chance of survival
War veteran Bernard Jordan ,who went missing from a nursing home in Hove, has been found in Normandy. Sussex Police were called yesterday (Thursday 5 June) by staff at a nursing home in Hove who said an 89-year-old who lived there had gone out at 10.30am that morning and had not been seen since.
Bernard had gone missing wearing his war medals. He has lived in Hove for his entire life. He served in the Royal navy during the Second World War. He was mayor of Hove in the mid-1990s.
A veteran who went missing from a nursing home in Hove, has been found in Normandy. Sussex Police were called yesterday (Thursday 5 June) by staff at a nursing home in Hove who said an 89-year-old who lived there had gone out at 10.30am that morning and had not been seen since.
The pensioner had gone out with his war medals on.
The nursing home received a phone call from a younger veteran from Brighton at 10.30pm who said he had met the pensioner on a coach on the way to France and that they were safe and well in a hotel in Ouistreham.
Sussex Police say he is fine and with his friends, and will return after D-Day celebrations finish.
Love this:89yr old veteran reported missing by care home who said he can't go to Normandy for #DDay70 remembrance. We've found him there!
Police are seeking witnesses to an incident on the A2023 Hove Street, Hove, at 1.26pm on Tuesday, in which a five-year-old boy suffered a broken leg.
The boy was on foot when he was in collision with a car outside The Connaught public house.
He was taken by ambulance to the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton.Anyone who saw the collision is asked to phone Sussex Police on 101 or email email@example.com, quoting serial 653 of 27/5.
Throughout the Brighton Festival two hundred artists have thrown open their doors to the public - transforming their homes into galleries.
The Artists Open Houses project is thought to be largest event of its kind in the world - but its not just kitchens, hallways and front rooms being transformed.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to artists Yinka Shonibare, Vicky House and Open Houses and HOUSE 2014 festival director Judy Stevens.
One of the most popular places for young professionals to buy outside of London is Hove, according to a new report. House hunters from the capital bought nearly 1,000 properties there last year - with hundreds more snapped up in Brighton.
In the Sussex city, people have been finding bargains 11% below the national average.
Brighton and Hove has one of the highest number of ongoing roadworks in Britain.
According to a new survey by LV Road Rescue, a total of 369 roadworks are underway in the area.
LV Road Rescue managing director Peter Horton said "Local authorities face a difficult challenge to repair and maintain our roads this year, particularly given the impact of the adverse weather we have seen in recent months.
"With more cars on the road than ever, it will be hard to carry out roadworks without impacting drivers."
Scores of parents in Sussex are opposed to their children's school being converted into an academy. Around 150 attended a public meeting where many backed taking direct action.
Among the options being considered - a "strike" where they keep children away from classes or sending pupils to school not wearing school uniform.
The head teacher and governors say they are just consulting on the move which would remove the 1500 pupil Hove Park School and Sixth Form from local authority control and give the school extra freedoms.
The case raises serious questions about whether the process of converting to an academy is robust enough if it can still go ahead amid strong opposition. Critics say there should definitely be a ballot of parents rather than just a vote of the governing body. Christine Alsford reports.