Video: Argos to start Black Friday three hours early

As the UK counts down the final few hours to the start of Black Friday - the busiest online shopping day of the year – Argos has announced it will officially start the big day three hours early at 9pm.

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Update: Fallen tree partially blocks A281

A fallen tree partially blocked a main road between Alfold and Cranleigh this morning (Thursday November 23).

The South Downs Way

Appeal to help repair stretches of the South Downs Way

A campaign has been launched to raise £120,000 for urgent repairs to be made to the South Downs Way.

Angling charity’s dismay over theft and criminal damage at Crawley lake

Angling charity’s dismay over theft and criminal damage at Crawley lake

An angling charity has been left having to find £1,750 to replace stolen and damaged equipment at a lake in Crawley.

Increase in fatal and serious crashes on Sussex roads

Increase in fatal and serious crashes on Sussex roads

Both West and East Sussex look set to miss international targets to halve road deaths within a decade, according to a new report today.


Film review: Brakes (3 out of 5)

Brakes has the interesting sub-title of ‘If you knew where it would end, would you ever begin?’

TV and Film
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Met Office warning of strong gusting winds and heavy rain for Sussex

A warning of strong gustings winds for tomorrow and early Thursday morning across Sussex has been issued by the Met Office.

Important role that community pharmacies play

Vital work of Sussex’s community pharmacies highlighted

With winter on the way, the vital work of local community pharmacies across Sussex has been highlighted.


Help available for carers across West Sussex

Carers needing support or just someone to chat to are being encouraged to come forward.

A scene from this year's Big Bang Science Fair.

Major Sussex science fair for young people expands

The annual Big Bang science fair, held near Ardingly, will take place over two days for the first time next year.

The War of the Worlds. Photo: Roy Smiljanic.

World famous musical announces Brighton dates

The iconic musical The War of the Worlds will be coming to Brighton next year.

Theatre and Comedy
Eve Best and Anne Reid

Oscar Wilde classic play live on the big screen

Oscar Wilde’s classic play A Woman of No Importance is being screened live from London to Cineworld Crawley on Tuesday November 28.

TV and Film
Heating Installer Awards calls on Sussex

Chance to nominate Sussex plumber who delivers exceptional service

Do you know a plumber or heating installer in Sussex who goes the extra mile?

Mel Giedroyc will be co-hosting the show

Eurovision Song Contest: ‘The Nation Decides’ in Brighton - how to get your tickets

Brighton will be hosting the UK national selection for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in February.

Tim and Rob at Sussex Charmer

Sussex Charmer takes top Cheddar award

A Sussex cheese has charmed its way to success at a prestigious awards ceremony.

Roadworks planned

Planned roadworks across West Sussex

Below are roadworks that are planned to be carried out over the next few weeks by the West Sussex Highways.

Sussex Police warning as work vans are targeted by thieves

Sussex Police warning as work vans are targeted by thieves

A large number of tools have been stolen from work vans across Sussex in the past few weeks, according to Sussex Police.


Property of the Week - impressive home with links to the past

Great views in a rural setting, paddocks, stables - and a tower mill. This West Sussex property has plenty going for it!

Horsham District Year of Culture

Deadline extended for Horsham District Year of Culture funds

A last minute surge of applicants has led to the deadline to apply for Horsham District Year of Culture 2019 funds being extended until Friday December 15.

National Firearms Surrender

National Firearms Surrender - where to hand in your illegal or unwanted guns

Anyone who has unwanted guns or ammunition are being encouraged to hand them in as part of a campaign to make Sussex a safer place.

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