The artists who have designed a memorial for the eleven men killed in the Shoreham airshow tragedy have begun installation work.Read the full story ›
Eleven men were killed when a Hawker Hunter jet crashed on to the A27 in Sussex on 22 August 2015.Read the full story ›
We're often told that one way to keep young, or at least feel young, is to dance. Well perhaps Dinkie Flowers is the best advert for that.Read the full story ›
A group of divers have commemorated one century since the end of World War One by hanging a plaque on the bow of a shipwreck off Shoreham.Read the full story ›
families of the victims of the Shoreham air crash are being briefed about the investigation into what happened.Read the full story ›
Police investigating the Shoreham air crash, have confirmed they have now sent the full file of evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service.Read the full story ›
People living near Upper Beeding have praised the fire service for their quick response to a blaze which ripped through a coach depot overnight.
19 vehicles were destroyed in the blaze at the Shoreham Cement Works.
Thankfully no one was injured.
Photographer Edie Mitchell took these images of the intense fire, which has now been brought under control.
The cause of the blaze, which also destroyed several portacabins, is being investigated.
Families of some of the 11 men killed during the Shoreham airshow disaster gathered close to the scene today - two years on from their deaths.
They held a two-minute silence before a private service at a local church. Relatives say many questions about what happened that day remain unanswered. Andy Dickenson reports.
A public appeal has been launched to help the families of the fishermen who were lost when their boat collided with a much larger vessel off the coast of Sussex.
Marine accident investigators believe the bigger ship was a scallop dredger which left Shoreham Harbour the same night.
Only one of the four fishermen is thought to have survived. Police have now formally identified a body recovered from the sea, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
A vessel which is believed to have collided with a fishing boat off the coast of Shoreham on Sunday morning, causing the smaller boat to sink, has been identified.
The body of one fisherman has been found, two others are missing and a fourth fisherman was recovered alive.
He had been clinging to a buoy for more than five hours.
The man who died has been formally identified as 50 year old Traiam Dumitrache, a Romanian national from London.
Police say they are in touch with the owners of the scallop dredging boat, Vertrouwen.
The owners, MacDuff Shellfish Ltd, are co-operating with the operation.
The vessel left Shoreham around the same time of the incident at the weekend bound for Grimsby.