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The father of a Brighton teenager killed in Syria may travel to the war-torn country to find his other two sons.
VILLAGERS and community groups in Rustington are being encouraged to look forward to summer as the village's annual festival draws closer.
More than 100 intrepid souls walked from Brighton to Crawley in awful weather to raise money for two good causes.
TWO friends have spoken of their upset and disappointment after Worthing Borough Council terminated the contract on their burger van after just three days.
A YOUTH group has hit the jackpot by landing thousands of pounds in council funding from the Adur Pot of Gold awards.
William Carey, 17, who is studying A-levels at Steyning Grammar School, will appear in the production of The Ragged Child , as part of the renowned International Youth Arts Festival.
Police were called after he was found in a doorway with a stab wound to his chest in Langley Lane, Ifield, on Wednesday at 11.15pm.
PEOPLE can take on many traits from their family, whether its athleticism from their mum, cooking skills from dad or being able to sing like an angel, just like Aunt Mabel.
The company intends to open a Simply Food store to create some 50 jobs. The outlet would be sited in the former Comet store on the Arun Retail Park on the A29 Shripney Road.
Pauline Coombes has abandoned hope of a conviction, a conclusion, closure. She does not believe there will ever be restitution for the widow of PC Keith Blakelock, killed by a mob in the Tottenham riots in 1985.
Brighton likes its quirky little annual rituals the Festival, the Zombie Walk, Burning of the Clocks, White Night and, of course, Gay Pride and its attendant semi-official munt-fest at Black Rock.
The theatre, in Ifield Street, Crawley, will be producing JB Priestley's farcical comedy 'When We Are Married' and needs four male actors to fill some of the roles.
Brighton & Hove City Council has issued more than 1,500 licences for smaller houses in multiple occupation under its additional licensing scheme, with many owners carrying out work to improve fire safety.
At 2.25pm on Monday April 23, 2012, 96-year-old Nellie Herriott left the BHS store in Brighton's Churchill Square .
A group of five people were seen with weapons in the Montague Street area between 7pm and 8pm last night.
Six vehicles are 'well alight' in an industrial site in Consort Way, Burgess Hill, report West Sussex Fire and Rescue.