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Bob Dale and Kathryn Langley

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  1. That's it for now

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Thank you for joining us today - we'll be back at 06:00 BST with more news, sport, weather and travel for the county.

    Is there anything you'd like to tell us about?

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  2. BreakingCrawley crash out of the cup

    Crawley Town have been thrashed in the first round of the EFL cup.

    They lost five-one at Birmingham City.

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    Video caption: An Eastbourne hotelier gives a homeless man a fresh start

    Eastbourne hotelier Catherine Clifford gives homeless Kevin a roof and a fresh start

  4. Police seek man after Hove street robbery

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    A woman's been pushed over and robbed of her handbag by a man in Hove.

    It happened in Clarendon Road during the early hours of this morning.

    The 33-year-old victim ran after the man but he escaped through the Goldstone Flats car park.

    The peach-coloured bag contained £50, a passport and two bank cards.

  5. Motorcyclist seriously hurt in Worthing collision

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Police are seeking witnesses to a serious collision involving a motorbike and a car in Worthing.

    The crash happened in South Farm Road at 13:20 BST.

    The biker, a 42-year-old local man, is critically ill in hospital with chest and leg injuries.

    The driver of the BMW, a 67-year-old woman, wasn't hurt.

  6. When will we get our summer back?

    Sarah Keith-Lucas

    Weather presenter

    There are more heavy downpours on the way for tomorrow. Here's my latest forecast.

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    Video caption: Weather 1830
  7. Crawley Town are in cup action this evening

    Carabao Cup

    Live coverage of Tuesday's EFL Cup game between Birmingham City and Crawley Town.

    Birmingham City 5-1 Crawley Town

    Che Adams

    Birmingham City cruise into the EFL Cup second round as Che Adams' hat-trick helps them dominate League Two Crawley Town.

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  8. This evening's Sussex newspaper headlines

    stack of newspapers

    The Argus: Dad swam for four hours to survive but friends still missing

    West Sussex County Times: Controversial plans for new ice rink in town park

    Chichester Observer: Notice ordering travellers to leave Birdham site is upheld

    Bognor Observer: Arrest made over two Bognor burglaries

    Sussex Express: Police warning after supermarket shoppers targeted by thieves

    Mid Sussex Times: 'Every officer' called as police hunt garage thieves

    Eastbourne Herald: Songs of Praise being recorded in Eastbourne

    Hastings Observer: Crews tackle St Leonards fire

    Rye Observer: Royal Mail warn of fake 'missed delivery' cards

  9. A year of ups and downs

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    The Brighton i360 has just celebrated its first birthday.

    And it's been an eventful 12 months

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    Video caption: It's a year to the day since the Brighton i360 opened
  10. #ICYMI: 'I live with the guilt of a man's death'

    Jailed for being homosexual, Keith Biddlecombe talks about how it changed his life.

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    Video caption: Jailed for being homosexual, Keith Biddlecombe talks about how it changed his life
  11. Michigan mission for South East soldiers

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    A hundred and forty part time soldiers from across the South East are taking part in a joint military exercise in America.

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    Video caption: Part-time soldiers take part in a military exercise in US
  12. What is Japanese knotweed?

    Scientists are using a field in Robertsbridge to carry out an experiment to try and get rid of one of Britain's most invasive plants.

    But what is Japanese knotweed and why is it such a problem?

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    Video caption: Scientists are using a field in Sussex to carry out an experiment on Japanese knotweed.
  13. Supermarket shoppers reminded to be on alert for thieves

    Police are reminding supermarket shoppers across Sussex to be on the alert for thieves.

    This follows a recent spate of incidents in which customers have been watched whilst entering their PIN numbers and have then had their purses and wallets stolen as they leave the store. Suspects then withdraw large amounts of cash from nearby cash machines before the victims are aware.

    The two men pictured, working with others, are believed to have been successful in obtaining nearly £20,000 by targeting victims in this way.

    The men in the photo, taken at Sainsbury's in Worthing on 20 June, are described as of Eastern European appearance, one bald and the other with dark hair.

    Since November last year there have been 22 such reports in Sussex.

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  14. 'Catherine's so kind, it breaks my heart'

    Chrissie Reidy

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    An Eastbourne hotelier got to know a homeless man sleeping outside her hotel, and now she's helping him make a fresh start.

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    Video caption: An Eastbourne hotelier gives a homeless man a fresh start
  15. 'Respect the water' this August

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    The RNLI is urging people to "respect the water" this summer as part of a drowning prevention campaign.

    The charity says more people die in UK waters in August than any other month.

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    Video caption: RNLI launches campaign during 'deadliest' month
  16. Missing teenager found

    Missing 14-year-old Regan White has been found.

    The teenager, who went missing on 28 July, returned home on Monday (August 7).

  17. Missing teenager found

    Missing Jenny Doyle has been found, says Sussex Police.

    Jenny, 15, who was last seen in Peacehaven on 16 August, has been found safe and well in Brighton.

  18. You'll need your umbrellas...

    Kate Kinsella

    BBC Weather

    The forecast says rain, which is expected to go into tomorrow.

    Here's my afternoon forecast.

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    Video caption: Lunch-time weather forecast from Kate Kinsella