It's almost three months since Hurricane Irma ripped through the Caribbean, devastating islands like Barbuda.
Hundreds of people remain homeless, and rebuilding shattered communities will take years.
Now, a group of Caribbean students studying at a school in Sussex have raised thousands of pounds to help that work, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
The South Downs Way stretches right across our region, from Eastbourne in the East to Winchester in the West.
Every year, 20,000 people use the trail. But that's taking its toll, with some sections reduced to a muddy mess.
Now, a fundraising appeal has been launched to repair some of the worst-hit stretches of the pathway, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
After a health scare, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been told by a specialist that lumps on her breasts are most likely not cancerous.Read the full story ›
Campaigners are stepping up their efforts to help restore a historic section of Brighton seafront.
The Victorian cast iron arches of Madeira Terrace have fallen into disrepair and will cost millions to renovate.
Fundraisers joined a 10 kilometre run to help kick-start the project, while others have organised a raffle, as Malcolm Shaw now reports.
Boris Johnson has apologised to jailed British woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her family for comments he made about her arrest.Read the full story ›
Married mother-of-one Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in April 2016 while on visiting her parents.Read the full story ›
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has found lumps in her breasts and is also "on the verge of a nervous breakdown", her husband said.Read the full story ›
Towns and cities across the South East have stopped to remember those who gave their lives in war.
One of the biggest Remembrance Sunday events was in Worthing where around 4,000 people gathered for a parade and service.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Mayor of Maidstone, Cllr Malcolm Greer, veterans Dave Salter and Ronald Baddell, and Janet Goldsborugh-Jones of the Royal British Legion.
It's now 804 days since a Hawker Hunter jet smashed into a crowd of spectators - killing eleven men at the Shoreham Airshow.
In the 26 months that have followed there have been no charges brought against the pilot Andy Hill, no answers from an inquest - and the grieving families have now been told their legal aid has been rejected.
Shoreham's MP told the Commons this week he feels the relatives of the victims are being neglected. So are we any nearer clarity - or justice?
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to the families' QC Gerard Forlin, Caroline and Bob Schilt, who's son Jacob died in the crash, and MP Tim Loughton.
The 24-year-old from Bournemouth who was killed clearing mines in Raqqa answered questions about life on the front line earlier this month.Read the full story ›