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  2. 'It's a good feeling' - Stem cell donor's pride at helping others

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    After Sean lost a friend to cancer, he donated his blood stem cells. Now he's encouraging others to do the same.

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    Video caption: Man who donated stem cells after losing friend is encouraging others to do the same.
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    Video caption: Rome to home: Man runs 1,250 miles in 65 days

    Dan Keeley, who has bipolar disorder, ran from the Colosseum in Rome to the London Eye.

  4. The brothers who were unknowingly abused by the same priest

    Colin Campbell

    Special Correspondent, BBC South East

    Gary and Phil were abused by the same priest at an Eastbourne church. It wasn't until they were adults that they realised they'd been through the same ordeal.

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    Video caption: How two brothers were abused by the same man without knowing
  5. Children in Need is coming to town

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Here's Ellie Crisell and former JLS band member, JB Gill, with exciting news about this year's Children in Need.

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    Video caption: Children in Need launch in South East
  6. BBC local radio at 50: The big stories

    BBC local radio has been breaking some of the country's biggest news stories for the past 50 years.

    Reporters have been at the scene of major events, from the Great Flood of 1968 to the miners' strike to the Grenfell Tower fire.

    It all began with the launch of BBC Radio Leicester on 8 November 1967.

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    Video caption: BBC local radio at 50: The big stories
  7. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M23 West Sussex southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M23 West Sussex southbound severe accident, at J9 for M23 affecting M25 J7.

    M23 West Sussex - Very slow traffic on M23 southbound at J9, M23 (Gatwick Airport), because of an accident, which is now on the hard shoulder. Congestion to M25 J7.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  8. BreakingSuspended MP Charlie Elphicke 'still does not know accusations'

    Charlie Elphicke

    An MP who was suspended by the Conservatives last Friday after "serious allegations" were made against him has revealed he still does not know what he is accused of.

    Charlie Elphicke, a former party whip who has been the MP for Dover since 2010, has denied any "criminal wrongdoing".

    In a statement, the married 46-year-old, said: "So what then is my explanation for what I am accused of? I cannot give one. Because I do not know what I am accused of."

    The Conservatives have recently published a new code of conduct for MPs and other elected representatives.

    Mr Elphicke added: "The fact is that this whole area of reporting misconduct and managing allegations of misconduct is a mess."

  9. Sussex photographer up for national award for project on childless women

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    An artist is taking pictures of women who are childless through fate or choice as part of her photography project.

    It's called 'Mum's Not The Word.'

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    Video caption: Photo project on childless women up for national award
  10. Three arrests over flat death

    Stephen Frith

    Three people have been arrested in connection with a man's death in West Sussex.

    Stephen Frith, 58, was found in his flat in Tarring Road, West Worthing, shortly before 17:30 GMT on Friday 27 October.

    Police have launched a murder investigation and are appealing for information.

    Mr Frith's family described him as "small in stature but big in heart".

    A 39-year-old man from Worthing was arrested on Tuesday 7 November.

    A 19-year-old man and a 22-year-old woman, both also from Worthing, were arrested in the town on Wednesday 8 November.

    Sussex Police have released them under investigation.

  11. Why does Sussex take its bonfire celebrations so seriously?

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Bonfire's been and gone, and it's thought about 60,000 people attended the event in Lewes over the weekend.

    So why do parts of Sussex seem to invest more time, energy and money into enjoying the festivities than elsewhere?

    We got the president of one local bonfire society to clue us in.

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    Video caption: Why does Sussex take its bonfire celebrations so seriously?
  12. Railway track death man named by police

    Knockholt station near Sevenoaks

    A man who died on railway tracks in Kent has been named by police.

    Samir Draganovic, 23, from Croydon, was found near the tracks at Knockholt station near Sevnoaks shortly after 00:05 GMT on Monday 6 November.

    The British Transport Police has launched a murder investigation and are appealing for witnesses.

    A 37-year-old man has been arrested in connection with Mr Draganovic's death. He is in custody as enquiries continue.

  13. Kent GB para-snowboarder has £10,000 of kit stolen

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    A Paralympic snowboarding hopeful has had all his specialist equipment stolen, just days before he's due to participate in a World Cup event.

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    Video caption: Snowboarder's dream of qualifying for Paralympics under threat after equipment is stolen.
  14. Planning approval to turn traffic islands into green spaces approved in Brighton

    Yasmine Djadoudi

    BBC Live reporter

    Proposals to create a new park through Brighton have been given planning permission.

    The park would be situated from St Peter’s Church to the Royal Pavilion Gardens and would see a new public square south of the church and a second public plaza to be known as Richmond Square, further south.

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    New seating, a meadow area, more tree planting and a water garden are also included.

    In total, 3000 sq m of highways will be transformed into park space - that's roughly the size of 11 tennis courts.

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