The social media network has released details on what happened.Read the full story ›
The scheme is working with schools and colleges to teach students how to stay positive when online and how to use it as a force for good.Read the full story ›
Gatwick Airport has been using whiteboards to display flight information following an IT failure.Read the full story ›
At a time when many young people are finding it difficult to get a job, you might be surprised to discover that hundreds are available...Read the full story ›
It might not appear in Holly's forecasts - and it may be millions of miles away - but the weather IN SPACE does affect our everyday lives.Read the full story ›
Despite what we hope is only a temporary lack of sunshine, a bus company in Brighton believes that solar power is the best way forward.Read the full story ›
A growing number of so-called ethical hackers are getting financially rewarded for highlighting where computer systems are vulnerable.Read the full story ›
Set eight miles off the south coast, the Rampion Windfarm is now a permanent fixture on the Sussex horizon.
Today the company announced a £4m fund as a 'thank you' to the local community - which will benefit local charities and not-for-profit organisations.
Charlotte Wilkins has the below report.
You can apply for funding or find out more here.
The deadline for the first round of grant making is Friday 12th January 2018.
The Government announced plans to restrict the amount gamblers can wager on fixed odds betting machines, today.
Medway Council has led a long campaign against the terminals, and in Chatham a voluntary exclusion scheme was introduced to allow gambling addicts to ban themselves from betting shops.
Under the present rules it's possible to bet up to £18,000 in an hour. A former Army Major who received the Sword of Honour at Sandhurst, and then sold it to fuel his addiction, has spoken to us from his home in Tunbridge Wells about the devastation gambling has caused.
Andy Dickenson reports and hears from Justyn Larcombe, MP Tracey Crouch and Malcolm George of the Association of British Bookmakers.