A Victoria Cross won by a paratrooper from the South East has gone on display at the Imperial War Museum.
Corporal Josh Leakey is the only living recipient of the award from the campaign in Afghanistan. He went to school in Horsham and studied at Kent University - before joining the army. Chloe Keedy reports
People attending yesterday's Brighton Pride faced chaos as they tried to leave the city by train.
Brighton station struggled to cope with the amount of overcrowding. A restricted service on Southern and delays on Network Rail meant passengers travelling home faced lengthy delays.
Southern warned passengers to make alternative travel arrangements.
The family of a Brighton teenager who died in February will be half-way in their 200 mile fundraising walk by tomorrow afternoon.
Charlotte Eades set up a video blog of her battle with a rare form of brain cancer. Her brother and mother have been walking 200 miles of the South Downs way as Charlotte Wilkins reports.
UK Coastguard coordinated a search for a light aircraft which ditched into the sea half a mile from Rye Harbour in East Sussex.
Coastguard rescue helicopters from Lydd and Solent searched the area for signs of the aircraft and RNLI lifeboats from Rye Harbour and Dungeness searched the sea. Rye Bay and Dungeness Coastguard Rescue Teams searched the shore.
The alarm was raised at 5.05pm and reports indicated one person was on board the air craft.
The aircraft and pilot have not been found and the current search is likely to continue until dusk.
An urgent appeal for donations has been launched after a Berkshire foodbank was hit by burglars.
Around a thousand pounds worth of food was stolen from Foodshare in Maidenhead during the break in. Mel Bloor reports.
After last night's spectacular opening ceremony in Rio, today the games got underway - with hundreds of professionals from across the south competing.
One couple from Hampshire say they couldn't get tickets to London 2012 so have flown out to Brazil.
It's taken twelve years to plan, and two years to build.
And today was the day the public got their first chance to ride on the British Airways i360 in Brighton.
It's the world's tallest moving observation tower, and it cost 46 million pounds, so expectations were high.
But what did the first fee-paying passengers make of it?
We sent Malcolm Shaw to find out.
Conservationists say urgent action is needed to help save one of our most endearing - but endangered - wild animals.
Hazel Dormice have vanished from much of our countryside. Habitat loss and climate change are among the reasons why.
Now, work is underway to protect our remaining dormice, and find ways to increase their numbers.
Malcolm Shaw spoke to ecologist Petra Billings, and Mark Monk-Terry of the Sussex Wildlife Trust.
A warning is being issued to young people in the South East tonight - as figures show dangerous cases of trespass on our railway lines are on the rise.
The alert comes as shocking images are released of teenagers risking their lives by playing on train tracks across the country.
Andy Dickenson reports with footage from British Transport Police's 'Real Tracks' campaign, and interviews with Ben and Pearl Morris and Insp Mark Rushin.
A lawyer has told ITV Meridian how the problems on Southern Rail have forced her to resign from her job.
Emma Green, a single mother, was working for a top law firm in London. But delays and cancellations played havoc with her family life.
Today, emergency talks have been taking place to try to end the misery for commuters like Emma. Malcolm Shaw reports.