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Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher toasted the demise of the Super League after the controversial breakaway tournament was disowned by English clubs.
Albion defender Ben White will miss their match at Sheffield United this Saturday after his late dismissal during the 0-0 draw at Chelsea
The owner of one of Sussex's biggest attractions believes cryptocurrency is the way the world is moving - and 'it will get there very quickly'.
Brighton boss Graham Potter said Chelsea’s decision withdraw from the European Super League was “fantastic news”.
It appears Chelsea may have listened to the protests from their fans as they prepare documents to withdraw from the highly controversial European Super League
Three fire engines were called to a residential street in Worthing earlier today.
A three vehicle crash on the A24 is causing long delays.
A fox found with a homemade snare around its neck has suffered a ‘significant neck wound’.
Earth Day is a chance to raise awareness about environmental issues and look at ways we can protect it.
This is your evening travel update for Sussex on Tuesday, April 20.
Change to standard unleaded leaves owners facing higher prices at the pumps
Tesco has released a statement after the supermarket chain was fined £7.56 million for selling out of date food at three of its stores.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the launch of a new antiviral taskforce.
Construction of Littlehampton’s new café and watersports venue is fully underway.
Whether you have a dog with a sensitive stomach, a puppy, an elder dog or a doggy on a diet, there’s a premium dog food to suit your canine companion. Here are the best dog foods around.
For those not aware, Haviland House is Guild Care’s purpose-built care home in Worthing for people living with dementia.
Detectives investigating a stabbing in East Preston have confirmed they have arrested three people.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel will hope to put European Super League controversy to one side and focus on their Premier League clash with Brighton at Stamford Bridge tonight
Arun District Council said it is working with the Health and Safety Executive to contact businesses to make sure they are Covid-secure.
Shoreham’s former heavyweight world title challenger Scott Welch has paid tribute to his former amateur coach Dave Brown, who has died aged 76.
A new community garden will officially open on Saturday (April 24), in Shoreham’s Buckingham Park.
One of Sussex's top venues has become the first UK toursist attraction to accept cryptocirrency.
The High Sheriff of West Sussex, Dr Tim Fooks, in his weekly briefing, meets a Home-Start volunteer and discovers more about how the charity helps parents to improve family life.
Brighton & Hove Albion are totally opposed and plan to fight and defeat plans for a breakaway European Super League as it would destroy the dreams of clubs at every level of the domestic game.
Rustington seem to be hitting form at the right time as they followed up the midweek win at Littlehampton United with an impressive 3-1 win against previously unbeaten Montpelier Villa.
Former Liverpool and England striker Michael Owen feels Brighton are in for a testing time in the Premier League against Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea at Stamford Bridge tonight
A Littlehampton dog walker has raised hundreds of pounds for charity through sponsorship for the steps she takes while out exercising her charges.
Asda’s new school uniform range has gone viral after it launched clothing designed for children with specific needs.
Poundland has announced the rollout of chilled and frozen food to another 46 stores, bringing more choice to shoppers, including in Worthing.
Police officers have dealt with an incident on the A27 at Arundel.
Free debt help is available to anyone in the Littlehampton area who is struggling, including support with paperwork and phone calls.
Kelly is a playful four-year-old with intelligence and loyalty in abundance who is seeking a varied lifestyle.
Shoreham Horticultural and Allotment Society has held its first spring show since 1949.
A study of 2,000 adults found 59 per cent are ‘disappointed’ in those big names who still haven’t got their sustainability initiatives right.
Information on a Second World War veteran from Chichester is sought as part of a project investigating ‘missing’ British servicemen.
A Sussex Police initiative to help domestic abuse victims during lockdown is proving 'invaluable', the force has said.
The RAC has said that many roads in the UK “resemble the surface of the moon” after a record increase in pothole-related breakdowns.
Liverpool midfielder James Milner has said he is against the formation of a European Super League and insists the players have no control over the decision which could change the face of football.
Boris Johnson will meet with representatives from the FA and the Premier League as well as fans’ representatives on Tuesday (20 April) to discuss the proposed European Super League.
Brighton Comedy Garden returns from July 14-18 promising “the ultimate remedy for comedy-lovers from Brighton and beyond.”
Hove-based singer songwriter Charles Eyrie has embarked on a year-long project which will see him release a new single every week in 2021.