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  1. Thanks for joining us

    Tom Darby

    BBC Live reporter

    We've finished for another night, but we'll be back bright and early at 06:00 with more of the county's news, sport, travel and weather.

    Enjoy the rest of your evening.

  2. Sussex MP's family threatened

    Wealden MP Nus Ghani says since she was elected she and her family have receieved online threats from radicals.

    Nearly half the MPs who responed to a BBC South East Today questionnaire reported receiving death threats.

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    Video caption: MP Nus Ghani describes online threats from Daesh supporters
  3. Police seek driver after serious collision

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Mercedes car

    The driver of this Mercedes is being sought by police following a car crash in Ringmer.

    They say a car failed to stop after a collision involving a motorcyclist.

    It happened just after 15:00 BST on Sunday 27 August.

    The biker, a 51-year-old man from Bexhill, was taken to hospital with multiple injuries.

  4. A treasure trove of memories

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    They say today's news is tomorrow's fish and chip paper and in Brighton and Hove one of the city's newspaper archives nearly went that way, until one local man stepped in to save it.

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    Video caption: The archive of the Argus newspaper in Brighton is saved

    You can see more on this story on Inside Out on BBC iPlayer here.

  5. 'We thought the door was opening by itself'

    Ian Palmer

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    A Burgess Hill couple's dream honeymoon in Florida was rudely interrupted by Hurricane Irma.

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    Video caption: Sussex couple caught in Hurricane Irma on honeymoon
  6. No sign of a late heatwave

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter, BBC South East

    The sun's coming out, but it's going to feel cool.

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: the weather with Rachel Mackley
  7. Mum calls for change in organ donation law

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    The mother of a five-month old baby who died because she needed a heart transplant is calling for the organ donation law to be changed.

    Almost two million people are on the register but their family's consent is still needed before a donation.

    In the last 10 years 330 people have died while waiting for a transplant in Kent, Sussex and Surrey.

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    Video caption: Mum calls for change in organ donation law
  8. #PhotoOfTheDay: Here's Kristie

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Meet the woman who shares her love of photography with her young children.

    Kristie Heath is the latest in our series meeting our #PhotoOfTheDay regulars.

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    Video caption: Mum of four shares love of photography with her children
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    Video caption: Man who showered with unfiltered water from lake seeks compensation
  10. MEP calls for return of Nobel Peace Prize

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    A South East MEP is calling for Aung San Suu Kyi to be stripped of her Nobel Peace Prize.

    Conservative Nirj Deva says the de-facto leader of Myanmar, the country formerly known as Burma, should lose the honour because of her handling of the crisis in the Rakhine area.

    More than 123,000 Rohingya Moslems, a minority in the mainly Buddhist country, have fled to neighbouring Bangladesh, after attacks by militants led to a crackdown by security forces.

    South East MEP Nirj Deva
    Image caption: South East MEP Nirj Deva
    Quote Message: When I campaigned for Aung San Suu Kyi to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, it was on the basis of her peaceful struggle for democracy and human rights for all. Now, having achieved her own freedom from imprisonment, and accepted all the plaudits and glittering prizes of recognition, she cruelly denies said freedoms to her own people.' from Nirj Deva Conservative MEP for South East England
    Nirj DevaConservative MEP for South East England
  11. MPs to investigate removal centre abuse allegations

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Bosses from the security firm G4S have been called to appear before MPs tomorrow, to answer questions about a BBC investigation into Brook House Immigration Removal Centre at Gatwick.

    An undercover film by Panorama highlighted issues including the bullying of detainees, widespread use of drugs, self-harm and attempted suicide.

    G4S suspended nine members of staff following the programme, and tomorrow morning two senior managers will appear before the Home Affairs Select Committee.

    Brook House Immigration Removal Centre

    The committee, which includes East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton, will also hear evidence from the Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group.

    The proceedings will be broadcast live here from 09:45 BST.

  12. Sussex clinic helps people who hear voices

    Mark Norman

    Health Correspondent, BBC South East

    People who hear voices in their heads are getting help at a special clinic run by mental health experts in Sussex.

    The sessions are designed to help people understand their voice-hearing experiences which may have been triggered by trauma or distress.

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    Video caption: Sussex clinic helps people who hear voices
  13. After the storm

    Kate Kinsella

    BBC Weather

    What's going to follow Storm Aileen for the rest of the week?

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: the weather with Kate Kinsella
  14. Hurricane Irma: Sussex police sent to British Virgin Islands

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Aeroplane at RAF Brize Norton

    Nine police officers from Sussex and Surrey have flown out to the British Virgin Islands in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

    The officers will support the local police for at least two weeks in maintaining law and order, as well as locating missing people.

    They're due to stay there for at least two weeks.

    Quote Message: Hurricane Irma has created chaos and misery for the islanders and they want to be able to rebuild their shattered communities without the added fear of opportunistic crime. I am proud that the presence of the nine Surrey and Sussex police officers will play a key role in restoring public confidence, maintaining public order and supporting the clean up operation." from Katy Bourne Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner
    Katy BourneSussex Police and Crime Commissioner
  15. East Sussex pupils 'sent home despite correct skirt length'

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Girls were sent home from school when their skirts were deemed too short in the morning only to be told they were acceptable later, it is claimed.

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    Video caption: East Sussex pupils 'sent home despite correct skirt length'
  16. Today's Sussex newspaper headlines

    Stack of newspapers

    The Argus: Residents' fear after tower block fire

    Chichester Observer: Bognor flats 'severely damaged' by fire

    Littlehampton Gazette: Police investigating Bognor flat fire

    Mid Sussex Times: Warning over potential threat of chimney fires

  17. Goodwood Revival celebrates 20 years

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    It's an event like no other with an intoxicating mix of vintage motor sport and period fashion

    Last weekend the Goodwood Revival event celebrated its 20th year.

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    Video caption: Goodwood Revival celebrates 20 years
  18. Cracked cliff warning

    There's a stark warning from the Coastguard over the latest crack to appear in Seaford's cliffs.

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    Video caption: Cliff cracks in Sussex