A widow whose home was burgled while she was attending her husband's funeral says she's been left devastated by the break-in.
Thieves took jewellery and money after ransacking the family home in Brighton. They also found the keys to Paula Palmer's car that was parked outside - and used it to escape.
Police believe criminals targetted the property, knowing she was in mourning. Andy Dickenson reports.
A woman says she has been left in complete shock after she returned from her husbands funeral to find her home had been ransacked.Read the full story ›
It's been a tense day for parents whose children go to school for the first time this September - as they've been finding out if their sons and daughters have got into the infant and primary classes they wanted.
Our social affairs correspondent Christine Alsford reports on the relief and disappointment. She spoke to mum Charlotte Howard and other parents, Ty Goddard from The Education Foundation, Hampshire County Council's Director of Children's Services, John Coughlan, and headteacher Libby Wyatt.
Around fifteen thousand runners have been taking part in the sixth Brighton Marathon. Ten times that number turned out to watch the road race. The event raises million of pounds for charity. A Kenyan athlete running her first marathon was the fastest woman. Malcolm Shaw reports.
He was a hero of the First World War, and Major George Godfrey Massy Wheeler received the highest award for his bravery. But his Victoria Cross was overlooked for more than sixty years until it turned up in a museum in Sussex. Now, the Major's medal has gone on display, so the public can find out more about his remarkable story. Malcolm Shaw spoke to Jody East of Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.
Ayo Ghorkali - the Gurkhas are here! They've been here as part of the British Army for the last two hundred years. The Nepalese Gurkhas fought in both World Wars and recent battle honours include Malaysia, Borneo, the Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan. Gurkha communities across the Thames Valley have been commemorating the bi-centenary today. While on the national stage five Gurkha VCs went on display for the first time ever as Divya Kohli reports
ITV News reporter Matt Price spent a week with the British Army training in Belize.Read the full story ›
Final preparations are underway for this year's Brighton Marathon on Sunday 12 April. Around 18,000 runners will take part, many raising money for charity. One of the most remarkable athletes is Dave Freeborn, who will be running his 100th marathon in memory of his late wife Emma. Malcolm Shaw has been to meet him.
Paramedics have to make split second decisions to save lives. So it's important their training is as realistic as possible. Now, a specially-modified ambulance is being used here in the South East to simulate emergencies. Malcolm Shaw spoke to Student Nurse Amelia Poree, and Alex Ritchie, Clinical Simulation Technician.
It's now one of our national dishes but most of us assume curry has only been popular here for about 50 years. In fact our first encounters with curry date back more than two centuries and it's the Royal Navy which can claim to have first given us a taste for it. Richard Jones has joined a team recreating a curry sauce that originated in the time of Nelson.