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  1. That's it from us

    Amanda Akass

    BBC Live reporter

    Thanks for joining us - we'll be back tomorrow at 06:00 GMT.

    In the meantime you can still get in touch on  Twitter , on  Facebook , or by sending us an  email .

  2. Footballers come together over cancer patient

    Alex Stedman was diagnosed with testicular cancer earlier this month. The 22-year-old works for Crawley Town FC and footballers across the country have been helping him raise money for charity.

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    Video caption: Footballers join together to raise money for cancer patient
  3. Beefeater to replace ravens with seagulls

    Amanda Akass

    BBC Live reporter

    Alan Kingshott was born in Newhaven and he's about to move back to the Sussex coast to enjoy his retirement. 

    But in recent years he's been living in the Tower of London as Chief Yeoman Warder, effectively the Tower's top Beefeater.

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    Video caption: Sussex Beefeater retires after 45 years service
  4. BreakingLifeguard funding approved at Camber

    Funding for lifeguards at Camber beach has been approved by Rother District Council after seven men drowned last summer.

  5. Cold start to the day

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter

    It will be wet and cold tomorrow. Watch my forecast to find out more.

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    Video caption: Weather in the South East
  6. The next Richard Branson?

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Meet Steve Williams, a Littlehampton commuter so fed up with Southern he wants to start his own train company.  

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    Video caption: Steve Williams is sick of Southern's service

    You can see the full story on tonight's episode of Inside Out South East on BBC One at 19:30 GMT.

  7. Rail talks to resume on Wednesday

    The train driver's union Aslef says talks to try and resolve the dispute about driver-only operated trains will begin again on Wednesday. 

    The talks with Southern rail won't involve ACAS, the TUC or the guards union, the RMT.

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    Video caption: Steve Williams is sick of Southern's service
  9. Easter rail travel hit by London Bridge works

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Rail passengers travelling from the South East through London face disruption over the Easter break, as work continues to overhaul London Bridge station.

    London Bridge station

    There'll be no Southeastern services to or from Charing Cross, Waterloo East and London Bridge on Good Friday, Easter Saturday, 14 and 15 April.

    No trains will run to or from Cannon Street from 14 - 17 April.

    There'll also be no Southeastern trains at Deptford, Greenwich, Maze Hill or Westcombe Park over the whole Easter break.

    Services will also be affected during the bank holidays in May and August.

    Quote Message: We understand that it has been tough and urge passengers to plan ahead throughout 2017, while we work round-the-clock on our Railway Upgrade Plan to improve journeys to and through London for the millions of passengers that use the UK’s busiest stretch of railway each year.' from Andrew Hutton Lead development manager for London Bridge station, Network Rail
    Andrew Hutton Lead development manager for London Bridge station, Network Rail
  10. Get ready for a cold wet week

    This week sees the official start of Spring, but the weather's got other ideas.

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: the weather with Kate Kinsella
  11. Teenager bailed after Twitter posts mocking star's son

    Katie Price and three of her children

    A teenager's been bailed again after being arrested over social media posts mocking Katie Price's disabled son Harvey.  

    The 19-year-old man, from Newick near Lewes, was held after the TV star's 14-year-old son was targeted on Twitter. 

    He's been bailed until 25 March while police continue to investigate.

  12. This morning's Sussex newspaper headlines

    Stack of newspapers

    The Argus : Hunt is on for £1 million EuroMillions ticket winner

    Chichester Observer : ‘Horrible shock’ as dead mouse found under windscreen wiper

    Eastbourne Herald : Eastbourne chamber bosses support sale of downland farms

  13. Are you owed money by Southern?

    Brighton station

    If you had a Southern season ticket last year, and you haven't been told you're eligible for a refund, you should contact the operator now.

    Last December the government announced a one-off compensation scheme just for Southern's passengers, to make up for the severe disruption of 2016.

    You'll get a payout if you had season tickets for at least 12 weeks, between 1 April and 31 December.

    Southern says it's already contacted passengers who qualify, but if you think you do and you haven't heard anything, you can check here .

    Quote Message: Last year was very difficult for Southern passengers and I am glad this scheme recognises this. I would urge season ticket holders to go online and claim if they believe they are eligible for compensation.' from Angie Doll Passenger Services Director, Southern
    Angie Doll Passenger Services Director, Southern
  14. Warnings over hospice budget cuts

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    The chief executive of a hospice in Brighton is warning hospices need more time to adapt to budget cuts.

    It's after The Sussex Beacon, which cares for people with HIV related illnesses, had its funding cut. 

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    Video caption: Concern over cuts to Brighton HIV hospice
  15. Brighton's i360 closed until Wednesday

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    British Airways i360

    Brighton's i360 is likely to be grounded until Wednesday after it failed again on Friday leaving passengers stranded. 

    The owners have a ordered a new part and say they need time for repairs to be carried out to a damaged data cable. 

    Anyone who's booked tickets for today and tomorrow will get a full refund or alternative flight.

    Read more here

  16. Seagulls top the table after win over Reading

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Brighton and Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton insists tomorrow's visit of Newcastle hasn't got any easier despite results at the weekend. 

    The Seagulls' impressive win over 4th placed Reading, and draws for Newcastle and Huddersfield, means the Albion have replaced Newcastle at the top of the Championship. 

    They're six points inside the automatic promotion places with 13 games left, and ahead of the Magpies by a single point. 

    Sam Baldock

    You can read the full match report from Saturday's game here .

    All the build up to Albion v Newcastle begins in BBC Sussex breakfast with Neil Pringle tomorrow morning.