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Life in the sun for retired Sussex greyhound
Former Mid Sussex Times advertising sales executive, Lisa Thomas, left Haywards Heath in June 1994 and headed for a media career in sunny Bermuda.
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has smashed its target to find 50 apprenticeships in just five days.
The number of pledges has more than doubled the newspaper's achievement in opening up 32 apprenticeship opportunities during last year's bid to find 25 in five days.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Busy junction plunged into darkness due to substation fire
One of Brighton's busiest junctions was plunged into darkness for 12 hours and drivers were forced to navigate with no traffic lights during rush hour.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Kebab shops face losing licences for opening up to five hours after closing time
Sussex Police are calling on councillors to consider revoking the licences of three shops whose management have shown a "flagrant disregard" for their licensed opening hours.
Randy turtles threaten to upstage Brighton Fringe launch
As Brighton and Hove City Council chief executive Penny Thompson gave a speech at the launch at the Sea Life Centre, two turtles decided to get intimate in front of the 500 attendees.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
More overflowing bins cause misery for Brighton and Hove residents
Overflowing bins have been causing more misery in Brighton and Hove as the city council continues to struggle to cope with backlogged collections.
Terminally ill Brighton and Hove people left without benefits for months
People battling a brain tumour, cancer and a rare lung condition have been forced to live for months without benefits they are entitled to - as a Government department drags its feet carrying out assessments.
Tributes to former Hove Labour councillor Don Turner
Don Turner served as an elected member of his community for 22 years as a county councillor in East Sussex and later a city councillor in Brighton and Hove.
Union bosses warn of "carnage" if Brighton and Hove City Council budget not set
Union bosses have warned that the failure of Brighton and Hove's political parties to set a budget in the next few days could lead to "carnage".
Councillors have agreed to introduce parking restrictions in the Preston Park area of Brighton.
Since then the inclusion of Tivoli Crescent into a resident parking scheme has caused extra parking pressure on surrounding roads and in November it was agreed to consult with residents again.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
A pensioner who carried out sex attacks on children as young as three over 37 years has been jailed.
Alyn Matless has been found guilty after a three-day re-trial of 21 offences including indecent assault and gross indecency with a child committed against four girls who were known to him.
Site of proposed 315-home development between Ovingdean and Woodingdean revealed
A developer has revealed the exact location of a site where it hopes to build a housing estate on the edge of the South Downs National Park .
Preston Park Station parking zone could face legal challenge
Opponents of proposed parking restrictions north of Preston Park Station say recommendations for a controlled parking zone are "undemocratic" with 70% of residents opposing the scheme in a public consultation.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
March for England 2014 route confirmed
Next month's March for England is set to take place along last year's controversial seafront route - despite strong opposition.
Piling on the pounds: why Hillingdon should be alarmed
The numbers also refer to people admitted for other problems linked to their weight, such as a heart attack or diabetes.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Jason Kitcat calls on Labour to join forces and help push through city budget
Council leader Jason Kitcat has called on opposition councillors to join forces with him and push through the city's budget.
Benefit cheats were prosecuted for conning Sussex taxpayers out of 1 million in a year.
Figures obtained by The Argus show 81 cheats were taken to court by Sussex councils for claiming A 981,628 in housing and council tax benefit.
Is this Britain's biggest jobsworth? Parking warden issues driver...
Birdman of Alcatraz's 52 YEARS in federal prison finally laid bare: Inmate's explosive book on the brutality of jail life and being gay is finally published Are these Britain's worst jobsworths? Parking wardens issue driver with ticket because his car had BROKEN DOWN in the middle of the street This is the moment two jobsworth parking wardens ... (more)
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Taxi marshals to be scrapped from city centre
The four marshals have been employed since August last year after partners in the city agreed to pay for the positions, which were provided by Unite Security.
COUNCILLORS discussed whether to buy red or white wine during Thursday's budget meeting.
Some members of Brighton and Hove City Council entered the Town Hall with shopping bags filled with booze as the council tax debate raged on and ultimately ended with no conclusion.