The family of a woman who was murdered by her boyfriend say they are "finally being taken seriously."Read the full story ›
Santa is not the only one who has an epic journey to make on Christmas Eve. A Sussex man is to cycle 500 kms to raise money for charity.Read the full story ›
Towns and cities across the South East have stopped to remember those who gave their lives in war.
One of the biggest Remembrance Sunday events was in Worthing where around 4,000 people gathered for a parade and service.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Mayor of Maidstone, Cllr Malcolm Greer, veterans Dave Salter and Ronald Baddell, and Janet Goldsborugh-Jones of the Royal British Legion.
A pensioner who broke her neck after a fall at home was left lying on the floor and in pain for six hours while she waited for an ambulance.
Shirley Raycraft, who's still in hospital, is from Worthing. Because her injury was rated as a category C paramedics should have been with her within 30 minutes - instead they took twelve times longer to arrive.
South East Coast Ambulance Service, which is already in special measures, has apologised.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Alan Raycraft, Baroness Angela Smith and Nigel Sweet, paramedic and UNISON steward.
Christchurch in Dorset and Worthing in West Sussex have been named dementia hotspots by Alzheimer's Research UK.Read the full story ›
The region fell silent at 11am to remember the victims of the Grenfell Tower block fire in west London. People also honoured the emergency services who worked so hard to save lives.
The Mayor led the minute's silence at Worthing Town Hall in Sussex.
A Sussex shopkeeper has been prosecuted for selling dangerous cigarettes after illegal tobacco was found hidden in his store's walls.Read the full story ›
The great works of art can, of course, be found in the likes of Paris, London, New York and Rome...
But in recent times tourists have flocked to a new destination - a small church in Goring, in Sussex, for an encounter with a masterpiece.
It's 25 years since parishioner Gary Bevans completed his recreation of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.
As Andy Dickenson reports, speaking to Anne Niven, Parish secretary of English Martyrs Church, it now has truly global appeal.
Four women in their late teens and twenties have been bailed in the police investigation into a razor attack which left a homeless woman with severe injuries to her hands. The assault is believed to have happened near the Guildbourne Centre in Worthing town centre at around 6.45pm on Wednesday 15th February.
Two women from Worthing aged 20 and 21 who were arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent, common assault and violent disorder have been bailed until the end of March while enquiries continue.
The other two young women, a 19-year-old from Lancing and a 17-year-old from Worthing, who were arrested on suspicion of wounding with intent are also on bail until the end of March.
Sussex Police are appealing for anyone who saw the incident or who has information to get in touch by filling out a Response to Appeal form quoting serial number 1013 of 15/02.
A homeless woman has been left with serious hand injuries after being attacked with a razor in Worthing's town centre.
Sussex Police were called to the Guildbourne Centre at about 6.45pm on Wednesday 15th February, following reports of the assault. On arrival, officers found the injured 31-year-old woman who they believe is a member of the local street community.
It is thought that she was assaulted in nearby Chapel Road. The woman was taken to Worthing Hospital, and was detained for treatment.
Police officers searched the area and arrested four young women - aged 17, 19, 20 and 21 - on suspicion of wounding offences. The 19-year-old is from Lancing, the others are all from Worthing.
Detectives are asking for anyone who saw what happened or who has information about the incident to come forward. Witnesses can make their reports online through a Response to Appeal form, and should quote serial 1013 or 15/02.