The coastguard have stood down a search for a vessel which made a distress call saying it was taking in water.
Helicopters and lifeboats were called out in the search for the vessel, believed to be in the Newhaven area.
It has since been called off, pending further information.
The Coastguard has received a distress call from a vessel at sea - saying it had a hole in its side and was taking in water - but has since lost contact.
Helicopters and lifeboats are trying to locate the vessel, which they believe could be in the Newhaven area.
We received a broken message via VHF? radio this afternoon at about 2.30 pm that a vessel needed assistance because it had a hole in its side and was taking water. Since that time we have had no further communication with the vessel.
Classic motorbikes from the 1920s onwards have been on show today in Sussex.
Newhaven Fort became the stage for around 60 machines brought together by the Sussex British Motorcycle Owners Club.
The group, mainly made up of retired enthusiasts, still maintain and ride their bikes around the countryside every Friday. We spoke to bikers George Short and Mick Gant.
Law lords will rule today on a landmark bid to register a beach as a village green.
The stretch of sand at the port of Newhaven has been fenced off since 2006 over safety concerns.
If campaigners win, the public will once again be able to access the beach.
More than 1600 people have signed a petition against plans to expand Newhaven Port in Sussex, saying it will mean the loss of a popular surfing beach.
The owners of the port want to build a new berth and develop an area of land next to Tide Mills beach. They say it's vital for the town to prosper.
But campaigners say the scheme would deprive the community of an important area for recreation. Malcolm Shaw spoke to local resident Geoff King and Norman Baker, MP for Lewes.
Firefighters are still on the scene of a large fire which broke out in Sussex.
Two hundred tonnes of rubbish caught fire at the Skip It warehouse in North Quay Road in Newhaven on Friday.
The operations has been scaled down - one fire engine remains at the site.
Firefighters are working alongside staff from the operators to clear the waste, which remains smouldering and burning in parts.
This work is causing some smoke in the area, despite efforts to minimise this.
Residents in areas affected by the smoke are being advised to stay indoors and keep their doors and windows closed.
East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service have remained at the site of a serious fire in Newhaven throughout the night.
The fire broke out at a containers yard in Newhaven on Friday morning. At the height of the incident, eight fire engines were at the scene. Around 200 tonnes of household waste is thought to have caught alight.
Cordons remain in place this morning and the town remains affected by smoke, which is causing problems with visibility on the roads.
Residents in areas affected by the smoke are being advised to stay indoors and keep doors and windows closed. Motorists driving through the area have been told to keep their windows shut, turn off their air conditioning and keep their vents closed.
Advice from Public Health England remains the same in #Newhaven avoid breathing in smoke & call NHS 111 if you feel ill
Our officers are monitoring the Newhaven fire. At this stage environmental impact is considered minimal. Our incident hotline 0800 807060.
Newhaven fire's still creating a lot of smoke - please take care on the roads in the area and avoid it completely when possible
Firefighters in Newhaven are spending a third day at a serious fire in Newhaven. Crews were first called to the scene at 10.30pm on Friday where 200 tonnes of rubbish were on fire at the Skip It warehouse on North Quay Road.
17 appliances from across the Service have been involved throughout the incident, taking turns in tackling the fire. At the height of the incident, eight fire engines were at the scene.
A number of other agencies including the Coastguard, South East Coast Ambulance, Sussex Police, Environmental Health and the Environment Agency have also been involved.
Firefighters are working to prevent the spread of the fire and are likely to be at the site for the rest of the day.
The cause of the fire hasn't been established.