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  1. The weekend's almost here

    Tom Darby

    BBC Live reporter

    Thanks for joining us, we'll be back again tomorrow at 06:00 BST with more news, sport, travel and weather for Sussex.

  2. #PhotoOfTheDay regulars: Here's James

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Meet the barber with a passion for photography who displays his work on the walls of his salon.

    James Brown is the latest in our series meeting our #PhotoOfTheDay regulars.

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    Video caption: Barber displays his photograply in his salon
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Wet and windy

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter, BBC South East

    We've got wind, rain and possibly a bit of hail heading our way.

    Watch my latest forecast to find out more.

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    Video caption: Rachel Mackley has the latest forecast.
  7. Missing: Have you seen Kiera?

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    There's concern for a teenager who's gone missing from her home in Worthing.

    Kiera Allen, who's 15, was last seen on Monday evening.

    It's thought she's still in the Worthing or Goring areas.

    Kiera Allen
  8. Brook House: G4S 'ashamed'

    The security firm G4S says it's "ashamed" by revelations of abuse at an immigration detention centre that it runs in West Sussex.

    Undercover filming by BBC Panorama exposed evidence of violence, racism and mistreatment of detainees at Brook House near Gatwick Airport.

    As a result, three people have been sacked and ten suspended.

    The case is being investigated by the Commons Home Affairs Committee, chaired by the Labour MP Yvette Cooper.

  9. Sussex vicar guilty of offences against young boys

    Sue Nicholson

    BBC News

    An ex-Church of England priest has been found guilty of 12 counts of historical sexual and child cruelty offences.

    Jonathan Graves, 60, of Jervis Avenue, Eastbourne, in East Sussex, was cleared of five similar charges following a trial at Hove Crown Court.

    The offences in East Sussex dated as far back as 1987.

    Graves, who worked at St Lukes Church in Stone Cross, will be sentenced at Brighton Magistrates Court on Monday.

  10. Cabbie target of racist knife attack

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    A Billingshurst taxi driver is recovering after being threatened with a knife and racially abused.

    The 33-year-old, who lives in Lancing, was sitting in his car in Station Road at the weekend when a man banged on his window.

    As the driver opened the door he was threatened with the blade and verbally abused.

    His attacker then walked off.

    Station Road, Billingshurst
    Image caption: The attack happened in Station Road, Billingshurst
  11. BreakingGuilty verdict for Sussex vicar

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Jonathan Graves, a former vicar from Eastbourne, has been found guilty of 12 counts of historical sex abuse.

    More to follow.

  12. Pedestrians killed in road crash named

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Police have named the two men killed when they were hit by a 4x4 in Ringmer at the weekend.

    James Morden was 31 and from Hilbert Road in Tunbridge Wells.

    Matthew Lind, who was also 31, was from Broadway Court in Wimbledon.

    They were among a group of pedestrians hit by the Nissan Pathfinder as they walked along Harvey's Lane just after 20:00 BST on 9 September.

    Harvey's Lane, Ringmer
    Image caption: The accident happened at the junction of Harvey's Lane and the B2192
  13. #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
  14. A great afternoon for rainbows

    Elizabeth Rizzini

    BBC Look East weather

    It's going to be sunshine and showers for the rest of the day.

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: the weather with Elizabeth Rizzini
  15. Up to 30 firefighters tackle barn fire

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Firefighters have spent the night tackling a huge fire at a farm in North Chailey.

    Around 1,000 hay bales caught light just before 19:00 BST at St George's Park Farm on Ditchling Road.

    Six fire engines were sent to the scene. Nobody was hurt.

    Eddie Mitchell sent us this video.

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    Video caption: Fire at North Chailey