The designer of the south coast's newest and tallest visitor attraction said the i360 was back in business today - and promised no repetition of what he called 'the teething troubles' of the past week.
David Marks admitted the problems, which saw hundreds of people trapped in the observation tower, were unfortunate and apologised to customers whose trips had to be cancelled. Andy Dickenson reports.
A 'virtual reality lab' has been set up as part of Brighton's Digital Festival.
From Friday visitors to the city's Old Market venue will be able to experience more than 15 different immersive worlds, including one that lets users view 'through the eyes of animals' - as Robin McNicholas explains.
The largest of its kind in the country, the Digital Festival runs until the end of the month.
"Shambolic" - the verdict of one customer caught up in the continuing problems on Brighton's i360 observation tower.
The attraction broke down twice yesterday, leaving passengers stuck in the viewing pod.
Today, some came back to try again, only to be told the i360 was closed while specialist engineers worked on it.
Malcolm Shaw has been following the latest developments.
Sailing fans from Hampshire were in Toulon in France over the weekend to show their support for the Portsmouth-based Ben Ainslie Racing team.
The Land Rover BAR crew won the second race on Sunday, and came third overall in the weekend's events at Toulon. Sir Ben Ainslie's team still lead the America's Cup World Series event as a whole. The next leg will be in Japan in November. Sally Simmonds sent this report.
The Americas Cup World Series is taking place in Toulon this weekend. After their fantastic victory in Portsmouth in July can Sir Ben Ainslie and the crew of Land Rover BAR extend their lead? Sally Simmonds reports from the south coast of France.
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Thousands of train passengers across our region faced more delays and cancellations this week when conductors staged a two day strike.
So how have commuters coped with the disruption?
Nathan Chapman, who lives in Havant and travels to work in Brighton, agreed to keep a video diary for us, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
Another day, another strike by Southern Rail staff.
Today's action is the latest in a series of walkouts since April in an ongoing row over the role of guards on trains.
Only 60 percent of the company's services are running during the two days of industrial action.
Services west of Brighton have been badly affected - other trains are operating on that route but they have been very busy.
The line from Eastbourne has a significantly reduced service. And between Redhill and Tonbridge there are no trains running at all.
The RMT union says the strike is being 'fully supported' and warns the dispute could continue until Christmas. Malcolm Shaw reports.
Protesters have been gathering in Calais this morning ahead of a planned demonstration against the "Jungle" migrant camp.
British cross-Channel travellers have been warned they face major disruption as French shopkeepers, police, unionists and farmers join hauliers in calling for the northern section of the camp to be demolished.
A trade association has warned drivers will stand their ground until they see action to dismantle the camp.
ITV News Correspondent Dan Rivers is in Calais:
A few hundred about to march on the motorway to link up with convoys of truckers and tractors enforcing a 'go slow' https://t.co/mMdRZ6LKBa
A blockade of lorries and tractors held up traffic on the roads around Calais with a "go slow" protest against the "Jungle" migrant camp.
A convoy of trucks and tractors set off from Dunkirk to the north, while another made its way from Boulogne to the south at 7.30am local time on the A16, which runs along the edge of the town.
They are set to converge near the entrance to the Channel Tunnel and ferry terminals.
No traffic was being allowed to pass the blockade and police were stationed at the junctions, apparently to stop vehicles joining the motorway.
Hundreds of protesters also marched on foot along the road leading directly to the port.