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A trial scheme is being run this weekend to help problem gamblers in Sussex.
Drop-in centres have opened in Eastbourne and Brighton where consellors are on hand to give out advice.
It's a scheme which is being supported by betting shops as Derek Johnson reports.
The Met Office has issued a warning for the south and south east of England to prepare for ice with further wintry showers.
Outbreaks of rain and sleet are expected today with possible snow on hills where a slight covering is possible.
More wintry showers will affect Kent overnight where some snow may settle on the North Downs.
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A high-speed Javelin train travelled along the East Sussex coast for the first time today - in what's being billed as a 'transformational' moment for transport and regeneration.
The arrival of the train was a PR stunt. But the Government - and Network Rail - say it underlines an 'absolute commitment' to extending HS1 from Ashford in Kent to Hastings, Eastbourne and Bexhill. Derek Johnson reports.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill, the boat that carried his coffin along The Thames retraced its route today.
"The Havengore" - restored and refitted at Chatham - carried members of the Churchill family to Westminster where a wreath was thrown into the river.
Among those on board: great grandson Randolph Churchill who lives at Chartwell, the wartime leader's Kent home. David Johns reports
A war hero's funeral was held today. He was an old soldier who became famous for a daring post-war mission...
Bernard Jordan sparked a police operation last year when - aged 90 - he slipped out of his Sussex care home to attend D-Day commemorations in France. He died in December - and his wife Irene passed away a few days later.
Today they were laid to rest at a funeral service in Brighton.
Andy Dickenson reports.
Their desperate plight shocked animal lovers, not just here. but around the world. A dog and her eight pups were abandoned, weak with hunger - their coats so long and matted they looked like piles of discarded rubbish.
Thankfully all nine dogs are making a good recovery, though it's going to take time to overcome both physical and psychological problems.
They are are being cared for at rescue centres in Hampshire. Fred went along to see them.