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  1. That's it for now

    Kathryn Langley

    Sussex Live

    That's all from our live page for today.

    We'll be back on Monday morning from 06:00 BST.

    If you'd like to get in touch in the meantime, drop us a line on TwitterFacebook, or send us an email.

    Have a lovely weekend.

  2. Pagham stand-off: man charged

    A man's been charged following a 40-hour stand-off in Pagham, which ended on Tuesday.

    Terry Bridger from Harbour Road is accused of a series of offences, including threats to kill and possession of a firearm. 

    The 72-year-old has been remanded in custody and is due at Portsmouth Crown Court on 30 September. 

    Harbour Road
  3. 'Long-suffering commuters will be shocked at these soaring profits'

    Stuart Maisner

    There's been angry reaction to the news that the Go-Ahead Group, which jointly owns Southern railway, has reported annual profits of £100m, despite passengers suffering months of delays and cancellations.

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    Video caption: Southern profits
  4. Gatwick Airport near miss

    An official investigation's found a passenger jet taking off from Gatwick was involved in a near miss with an aircraft up ahead. 

    The UK Airprox Board says it happened on 25 April. 

    Read more here.

    Gatwick Airport
  5. Appeal over Brighton stabbing

    Two men are in hospital after being stabbed in Brighton yesterday evening. 

    It happened in Cranbourne Street just after 20:00 BST. 

    A 22-year-old man suffered three knife wounds to his body while his 23-year-old friend was stabbed once in the back when he went to help. 

    Police say they're looking for two men who ran off towards Duke Street. 

  6. Your lunchtime weather forecast

    Elizabeth Rizzini

    BBC weather

    What has the weekend weather got in store for us?

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: Weather forecast with Elizabeth Rizzini
  7. 'Standing ovation for Natalie Bennett'

    BBC Sussex's Political Reporter Ben Weisz is at the Green Party's autumn conference in Birmingham where Caroline Lucas has been elected the party's joint leader. 

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  8. BreakingLucas and Bartley elected as Green Party co-leaders

    Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas and Jonathan Bartley have been elected co-leaders of the Green Party of England and Wales in a job sharing arrangement.

    They saw off competition from five others to succeed Natalie Bennett, who is stepping down after four years.

    Full story here.

    Jonathan Bartley and Caroline Lucas
  9. Sussex ambulance drivers: strike off

    Ambulance drivers working for a private firm in Sussex have called off their planned strike next Monday.

    The drivers work for Docklands Medical Services. 

    The company provides ambulances to Coperforma to take patients to non-emergency hospital operations.

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  10. Conservation grant for Sussex nature reserve

    Stuart Maisner

    Sussex Wildlife Trust is carrying out conservation work at its Filsham Reedbed Nature Reserve to help rare and threatened species flourish, thanks to a grant of more than £27,000.

    Cuckoo on reed warbler nest

    Work starts this autumn at this Site of Special Scientific Interest - a nature reserve between Bexhill and Hastings. 

    Bearded tit

    Birds such as Reed warbler, Sedge warbler, Cetti’s warbler, cuckoo and bearded tit all breed in the reedbed making this reserve key to their survival.      

  11. On this day

    Bob Dale

    A horrific acid attack, a World War One hero honoured and passengers abandon broken down train - it's #onthisday

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    Video caption: On this day Sussex 2nd September
  12. Caroline Lucas: analysis from our political reporter

    Ben Weisz

    Political reporter, BBC Sussex

    Caroline Lucas is widely expected to be announced as the Green Party's next leader in Birmingham this afternoon.

    By far the most prominent candidate as the party's sole MP, it's felt she's best placed to tell the public what the Green Party is for, and crucially, what makes them different from the others on the left. 

    She's hoping to share the job with Jonathan Bartley - harking back to the days when the Greens didn't have individual leaders.

    Jonathan Bartley and Caroline Lucas MP

    They hope to make a strong statement about helping people with busy lives get involved in politics - Mr Bartley cares for his disabled son, and Ms Lucas has a mountain of constituency work to attend to in Brighton

    But how would it work in practice? Joint interviews? A double-act on the conference stage? And what if they disagreed on policy? Only time will iron out these practicalities.

    Natalie Bennett
  13. Brighton MP in Green Party leadership bid

    Kathryn Langley

    Sussex Live

    Brighton Pavilion MP Caroline Lucas will find out later if she's won the vote to become leader of the Green Party for a second time.

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    Video caption: Green Party to name new leader
  14. This morning's headlines

    Stuart Maisner

    Southern bonus declined, a Green leadership hopeful, and quality of life for pensioners. Here are our top stories this morning. 

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    Video caption: morning headlines
  15. There's rain in the forecast

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter

    It could be a wet weekend at times. Here's my latest forecast.  

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    Video caption: weather
  16. Man rearrested in Mile Oak murder investigation

    A 27-year-old man's been rearrested by police investigating the murder of a teenager in Mile Oak. 

    The body of 19-year-old Shana Grice was found at her home in Chrisdory Road on 25 August. 

    Officers say it's the same man who was arrested that day and released on bail two days later. 

    He's due to be questioned on suspicion of murder. 

    Shana Grice