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  1. It's goodnight from us

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Thanks for joining the team today - we'll be back from 06:00 BST with all your news, sport, travel and weather.

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  2. Appeal after stabbing in Chichester

    Police are appealing for witnesses to a stabbing in Chichester.

    Officers were called to a disturbance in Swanfield Drive at around 03:10 BST where a 27-year-old man had been stabbed.

    He was taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital to be treated. His injuries are serious but not life threatening.

    Police believe the suspects, three men known to the victim, left the scene in a small silver car.

  3. Things can only get better

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter, BBC South East

    Is our summer coming back?

    Here's my latest forecast.

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    Video caption: Rachel Weather 1830
  4. From teenage party to award-winning festival

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    It started as a teenage house party. Now LeeFest is one of the South East's biggest music festivals.

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    Video caption: Large festival started as a house party
  5. Part-time soldiers put new skills into action

    Amanda Akass

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    Part-time soldiers from Kent, Sussex and Surrey have spent two weeks training alongside the US military in Michigan

    The reserve battalion of the Princess of Wales's Royal regiment have been taking part in an exercise designed to get NATO forces practicing working alongside each other.

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    Video caption: Part-time soldiers put new skills into action
  6. Have you seen 15-year-old Lilly-Rose?

    Police are concerned for missing teenager Lilly-Rose Jay from Chichester who has been missing since Saturday.

    Lilly, 15, went missing from a relative's home and it is believed she may still be in the area or has travelled to London.

    She is described as white, 5ft 2in, thin build, with shoulder length straight light brown hair and blue eyes.

    Police say it is possible that Lilly may be with Charley Tilbury, 15 from Chichester, who has been missing since last Wednesday.

    Lilly-Rose Jay
  7. Would you send your kids to school on this bus?

    A school minibus has been filmed ignoring warning lights at a West Sussex level crossing.

    New cameras at the crossing near Yapton have caught 150 drivers jumping the red lights in two months.

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    Video caption: A school minibus has been filmed ignoring warning lights at West Sussex level crossing
  8. Football fan charged over homophobic abuse

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC Local Live

    One of two men arrested at Leicester City's clash against Brighton has been charged with chanting indecently under Section 3 of the Football Offences Act.

    A 44-year-old Leicester man is accused of making homophobic comments during the match at the King Power Stadium.

    A second man, who was arrested on suspicion of making homophobic comments, has been given a conditional caution.

    King Power Stadium

    In total, Leicestershire Police said three people were removed from the ground for "disorderly behaviour". Two were Brighton fans and one was a Leicester City fan.

    Their details are being passed on to their clubs for them to consider their attendance at future matches, the force added.

  9. Huge rise in dog attacks in the South East

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Figures obtained by the BBC show an increase of more than 60% in the past three years.

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    Video caption: Huge rise in dog attacks in the South East
  10. What's this afternoon's weather going to bring?

    Lucy Martin

    BBC Weather

    Let's take a look with my lunch-time forecast.

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    Video caption: Lunch-time weather forecast with Lucy Martin
  11. Man charged after homophobic chants at Albion match

    A man who was arrested after homophobic comments were made at the Leicester City against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday has been charged.

    The 44-year-old man from Leicester has been charged with chanting indecently under Section 3 of the Football Offences Act.

    He is due appear at Leicester Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 14 September.

    A second man, aged 21, who was arrested on suspicion of making obscene gestures was given a conditional caution.

  12. Police appeal after takeaway attempted robbery

    Police are looking for witnesses after an attempted robbery at a takeaway in Worthing.

    At 22:30 BST on Thursday 10 August, a man went into Uncle Sam's, in Broadwater Road, Worthing, and threatened a member of staff with a knife and demanded money.

    But the staff member shouted for help and the man made off without taking anything. No one was injured.

    The suspect is described as white, in his late thirties, about 6ft tall with black greasy hair. He was wearing scruffy well worn clothes and had a scarf covering his lower face.

    Anyone with information should contact Sussex Police online or call 101, quoting serial 1550 of 10/08.

  13. Rikki Clarke has rejoined his first county Surrey, from Warwickshire

    With the 2017 county season here, keep up to date with the latest signings, departures and rumours ahead of next season.

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  14. Appeal for witnesses after two men killed in crash near Uckfield

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Police are appealing for witnesses after two men died after their BMW car crashed into a tree at Coopers Green, Uckfield, on Saturday night (19 August).

    The driver, aged 33 and from Lewes, and his passenger were both pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on the Coopers Green Road just before 23:00 BST.

    The two men have not been formally identified.

    Quote Message: Tragically this collision has resulted in the loss of two lives. We are trying to establish the circumstances of how the car came to leave the road and would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the collision. " from Sergeant Richard Hornsey Sussex Police
    Sergeant Richard HornseySussex Police

    Anyone with information is asked to email or call 101 quoting Operation Annescroft.

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

    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