Injured survivors were not airlifted to hospital until eight hours after the crash due to severe weather conditions.Read the full story ›
There are renewed safety warnings after a woman was photographed sitting near a cliff edge in Sussex, just above a massive crack in the chalk.
There's already been a series of cliff falls at Seaford Head over the last year, and experts say another could happen at any time.
But despite extra warning signs and fences, people are still risking their lives, as Malcolm Shaw now reports.
Bournemouth Borough Council has vowed to remove 'anti-homeless' benches after a public backlash. More than 19,000 people signed a petition.Read the full story ›
More than 19,000 people have signed a petition to remove 'anti-homeless' bars from benches in Bournemouth town centre.Read the full story ›
A former Gurkha soldier from Canterbury says he will manage to climb Everest one day - despite the Nepalese ban on double amputeesRead the full story ›
A farmer from Sussex is urging witnesses to come forward after her rare-breed sheep were attacked by a dog.
Three of the pregnant ewes were seriously injured. It's feared that others may abort their unborn lambs.
The attack happened on farmland near Cissbury Ring, north of Worthing. You may find some of the pictures in Malcolm Shaw's report upsetting.
A relic of wartime defences and a temperance hall are among the latest structures in the South East to be granted listed building status.
They're among one thousand sites added to the National Heritage List this year.
Historic England says it wants people to enjoy the extraordinary range of heritage on their doorstep, as Malcolm Shaw now reports.
With more people in the UK living in temporary accommodation, parts of England will soon trial a scheme which has tackled the problem.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson said he and his Iranian counterpart spoke 'frankly' regarding the case of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, during talks in Tehran.Read the full story ›
Christmas shoppers in Brighton and Hove could hardly believe their eyes this morning when - not one - but six hundred Santas appeared!
They were raising money to buy state-of-the-art x-ray equipment for a specialist baby unit.
The Santa Dash covered 5 kilometres along the seafront, as Malcolm Shaw reports.