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  2. Sussex MP helps team to pancake day victory

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    A Sussex MP was on the winning team at Westminster's annual Parliamentary pancake race outside the Houses of Parliament.

    The Shrove Tuesday charity event pits MPs, peers and the press pack against each other.

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    Video caption: MP leads team to pancake race victory
  3. Man told to 'investigate' car theft himself

    When Kevin Standing's Jaguar was stolen from his driveway in Patcham, he didn't expect this response from the police.

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    Video caption: Kevin Standing's Jaguar was stolen from his driveway
  4. A dry start to Wednesday...

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter

    But then the heavens open in the afternoon. Watch my forecast here.

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    Video caption: BBC South East weather 28 February 2017
  5. Southern rail staff to strike again

    Southern rail staff  have voted to strike in a dispute over the role of guards .

    Southern train

    The RMT union announced the walkouts in a dispute with the firms over plans to remove guards from trains, which would become driver-only-operated (DOO).

    Union officials, who confirmed the 24-hour strike on 13 March, say the move will make trains potentially dangerous.

    The  Office of Road and Rail insists they are safe  provided the right equipment and training is given.

  6. Gatwick pilots targeted with laser pens

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Laser pen

    There were 55 laser pen attacks on aircraft at Gatwick last year, according to the Civil Aviation Authority. 

    The West Sussex airport is in the top ten most targeted in the UK.

    Earlier this month, the Department for Transport announced plans to introduce new legislation meaning people who shine lasers at pilots could be jailed or face hefty fines.

  7. Footballers come together over cancer patient

    Amanda Akass

    BBC Live reporter

    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
  8. Monkeys go bananas over pancake treat

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Squirrel monkeys

    These squirrel monkeys at Drusillas have had a Shrove Tuesday treat after pancakes were added to their lunch menu and served up in a frying pan. 

    But if you're looking for tips on the perfect pancake, I'm not sure it's a recipe to try at home...

    They were made from a mix of porridge oats, baby rice, baby formula and whey powder, bound together with sunflower oil and sweet potato... all the foods that keep the monkeys fit and healthy. 


  9. Lawro: 'This is Brighton's year'

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Championship leaders Brighton and Hove Albion take on closest rivals Newcastle United this evening. 

    Just one point separates the two front-runners for promotion to the Premier League.

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    Video caption: Lawro: 'It's Brighton's year'

    Follow the game  online  or there's full commentary on BBC Sussex from 19:00 GMT.  

  10. Sideswiped by a foreign HGV

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Left-hand drive lorries were involved in nearly 350 accidents in the South East last year.

    Now there are calls for continental vehicles to be fitted with technology to stop incidents such as this.

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    Video caption: Accidents caused by left-hand-drive vehicles
  11. It's a wet and cold end to February

    Kate Kinsella

    BBC weather

    Winter's not done with us yet.

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: Kate Kinsella with the weather
  12. Pancake Day celebrations at Chichester Cathedral

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    These choristers at Chichester Cathedral have been celebrating Shrove Tuesday in the traditional way. 

    I don't know about you but I'd never be able to catch my pancake if I'd flipped it that high!

    Chichester Cathedral choristers celebrating Shrove Tuesday
    Chichester Cathedral choristers celebrating Shrove Tuesday
  13. Today's Sussex newspaper headlines

    Newspapers (generic)

    The Argus : 'My £40k Jaguar was stolen and police told me to investigate crime myself'

    Chichester Observer  : Aldingbourne man to be sentenced for sex offences against young girls

    Eastbourne Herald  : Efit released in appeal after teen sexually assaulted in Eastbourne

    Hastings Observer : Town swinging for Fat Tuesday Festival

    Brighton and Hove News : Strikes by Southern drivers and guards blamed for loss at train company

  14. BreakingAnother Southern strike date announced

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Southern Trains

    The RMT Union has announced a new strike date in its ongoing dispute with Southern Rail.

    The union's members will walk out for 24 hours on 13 March, in its long-running dispute with Southern over driver-only operation on trains.

    The dispute has been ongoing since April 2016.

  15. Pensioner badly injured in road accident

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    An 81-year-old woman's in a serious condition after being hit by a car in Seaford.

    It happened as she was walking along the A259 Buckle bypass just before 18:30 last night.

    The accident involved a white Citroen DS3 being driven by a 20-year-old man from Seaford.

    The road was closed for three hours while the incident was investigated.