Some of the best long distance runners in the world have arrived in Brighton for Sunday's marathon.
The event is now in its seventh year, with around 10,000 people taking part.
Both last year's champions are back to defend their titles, while many others are running to raise money for good causes.
Malcolm Shaw has been meeting some of them.
They had an inflatable boat, and a mobile phone - but no map, lifejackets. nor any safety equipment.
Lifeboat crews said two Iranian men who were paddling a dinghy from France to Kent were lucky to be alive.
Derek Johnson reports from Dover.
The plight of refugees and asylum seekers in Europe had such an effect on Paul Barrett from Kent - he's decided to walk from Budapest to Vienna. He saw, first hand, people, who'd escaped their war-torn homes, had risked everything. Paul will take on the two hundred and seventy four kilometre challenge to raise awareness and funds for Kent Refugee Action Network. Andrea Thomas reports.
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They're being affected by a law that "wasn't meant for them". That's the view of Eastbourne MP Caroline Ansell after strict new immigration rules look to force a family apart.
Dominic and Katy James have been married for ten years and have a two-year-old baby - but Katy is American and was told on Saturday she could be deported. Andy Dickenson reports.
Brighton has been the backdrop for many a film and television drama over the years, and now another is on the way.
A spin-off to the cult classic, Quadrophenia, is being planned, telling the story of a young boy who is bullied for being different.
As Charlotte Wilkins reports, it will feature some of the original cast. She speaks to director Devlin Crow, Kennedy Crow, and actor Mark Wingett.
It's heartbreaking. That's the reaction of the mother of triplets, one of whom has suffered 'catastrophic' brain injuries, after being told she doesn't qualify for extra National Health Service support.
Baby Essie Cobbett is unlikely to live beyond two years and remains in hospital tonight. Her parents are frustrated by bureaucracy and financial constraints they say are stopping the NHS from giving them the help they need.
Healthcare officials insist the nine-week-old child does qualify for care in the home, but Lorna Cobbett says it's not enough. Andy Dickenson reports and we also hear from Keith Reed of the Twins and Multiple Births Association.
This week is Autism Awareness Week, and a young playwright from Sussex has drawn on the experiences of his own family to explore the condition.
Tom Page, who's 19 and from Eastbourne, has an older brother Ben who's autistic.
Now, the teenager has written a powerful drama which will be performed at this year's Brighton Fringe.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to Tom, and to Tim Marriott, Director of Drama at Eastbourne College.
Preparations are underway to bury a soldier from Kent whose remains were discovered next to a First World War battlefield in Belgium. The soldier was killed in 1915 and although his identity is not yet known he is to be given a military funeral tomorrow with full regimental honours. Our correspondent Derek Johnson sent this report from the town of Ypres.
She became known as the Angel of Mostar for helping to save hundreds of people from war-torn Bosnia in the 1990s. Now, Sally Becker from Brighton has just returned from a trip to Iraq, where she met orphaned children who are fending for themselves in refugee camps. She's now calling on the British Government to step in and help.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested at Gatwick Airport on suspicion of Syria-related terrorism offences, West Midlands Police said.Read the full story ›