Gina Ingles, and four-year-old Milo died in the blaze on Croxden Way last year. Gina's partner, Toby, managed to escape.Read the full story ›
A 23 year old motorcyclist is in hospital after he was hit by a car which left the sceneRead the full story ›
Hundreds of people gathered in Eastbourne this month to mark the arrival of the Year of the Pig.Read the full story ›
Eastbourne’s Johanna Konta beat Sofia Kenin to advance to the Silicon Valley Classic quarter-finals.Read the full story ›
Work is starting on the latest phase of an ambitious scheme to modernise and transform Eastbourne town centre.
The project, costing £6.2m, aims to reduce traffic and improve access for pedestrians and public transport.
The changes will work alongside the redevelopment of the Arndale shopping centre, as Malcolm Shaw now reports.
A woman from Sussex who was four times over the drink drive limit has been disqualified from driving for 32 months after a head-on collisionRead the full story ›
The Eastbourne gallery is the largest in the south east outside London, but the local council are slashing its funding by a third.Read the full story ›
The man climbed onto the roof of the property in Eastbourne last night. Police managed to coax him down in the early hours of this morning.Read the full story ›
The investigation continues into what caused a gas cloud to affect hundreds of people on the Sussex coast. The fire service has released a statement:
East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service has now been officially stood down from the Birling Gap incident.
The Service is thanking the public for the way they responded, following instructions given by the emergency services and other agencies who were working together at the scene and along the coast.
Members of the public who were affected are reminded that they can call 111 if they continue to suffer persistent symptoms or symptoms worsen.
For further information please go to: https://sussex.police.uk/news/agencies-report-gas-cloud-appears-to-have-cleared/
From the Magic Roundabout to Dangermouse and Thunderbirds - a unique collection of children's TV memorabilia has been brought together in Eastbourne - and its looking for a permanent home.
Andy Dickenson reports.
Andy spoke to Paul Young, the creator of Animazing.