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  1. That's it from us

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Thanks for joining us - we'll be back tomorrow with your latest news, sport, travel and weather in Sussex.

    Is there something you'd like to tell us about? We'd love to hear from you.

    You can get in touch on  Twitter , on  Facebook , or by sending us an  email .

  2. Brighton Marathon: What you need to know

    It’s nearly time for this year’s Brighton Marathon, when thousands of runners will take to the city’s streets. Here are some key facts about the event:  

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    Video caption: Brighton marathon: What's it all about?
  3. University staff to strike

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Staff at the University of Brighton are going on strike tomorrow in a dispute over job losses, what they claim are plans to limit promotions and downgrade teaching staff. 

    Two more strike days are planned for 26 and 27 April.

    Members of the University and College Union will also begin working to contract from tomorrow. 

    University of Brighton
  4. The warmest day of the year

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter

    It's been a stunning day in many places with temperatures peaking at 21.8C. 

    But will it last? 

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    Video caption: Weather 1830
  5. Walking on sunshine

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    It's officially been the warmest day of the year with temperatures hitting 21.8C in Gravesend.

    That makes it the warmest March day in five years.

    We'd love to see pictures of how you've been enjoying the sunshine.  

    This lovely image of Teston Lock was sent in by Sheila Eddy.

    You can get in touch on  Twitter , on  Facebook , or by sending us an  email  .  

    Teston Lock
  6. 'You see a plane and you know something's going to happen'

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Eyewitnesses have been describing the moment a light aircraft crashed into the sea off Shoreham. 

    Both people who were on the plane swam ashore unharmed. 

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    Video caption: A light aircraft has crashed into the sea off the Sussex coast
  7. Loo rolls fund school lessons

    Hamish Mureddu-Reid

    BBC News Online, South East

    Pupils have been asked to bring in supplies such as toilet paper, glue and sticky tape to help fund their school.

    St John's Primary School in Crowborough says money saved on buying supplies will help them provide more interesting lessons. 

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    Video caption: Crowborough pupils bring in toilet rolls to fund lessons
  8. First image of crashed plane

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    Here's the first image of a light aircraft which came down this afternoon in the waters off just off the shoreline in Shoreham.

    Two people escaped the Cessna and swam to shore.  

    Crashed plane at Shoreham
  9. BreakingPlane crashes into sea

    Hamish Mureddu-Reid

    BBC News Online, South East

    Two people have escaped from a plane which crashed into the sea at Shoreham. 

    They swam ashore after the plane came down close to the beach. 

    The plane, believed to be a Cessna crashed about 15:30 BST. 

  10. Teenager's bike stolen in Brighton

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    A teenager's been robbed of his bicycle in Brighton. 

    The 17-year-old from Lewes was cycling with a friend in Surrenden Road when he was attacked. 

    It happened on Tuesday 21 March at 16:20 GMT. 

    Police say the attacker was aged between 16 and 18 and wearing a black hooded top with red writing on the front and back and black tracksuit bottoms. 

    He was with a group of boys of similar age. 

    They're urging anyone with information to come forward.

  11. Will the sunshine continue?

    Elizabeth Rizzini

    BBC Look East weather

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    Video caption: Thursday's weather forecast

    Will this bright and sunny weather last until the weekend?

  12. Police hunt Worthing sex attacker

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    A woman's been sexually assaulted by a man in Worthing. 

    The attacker approached the 29-year-old near Broadwater Green in the early hours of Saturday 25 March. 

    He tried to talk to the victim and then pulled her into Grove Road and assaulted her. 

    Police say he's white, in his early to mid-twenties, 5ft 9in, clean shaven with blonde or light brown messy hair.

  13. Brighton Marathon: What you need to know

    It’s nearly time for this year’s Brighton Marathon, when thousands of runners will take to the city’s streets. Here are some key facts about the event:  

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    Video caption: Brighton marathon: What's it all about?
  14. This morning's Sussex newspaper headlines

    Newspapers

    The Argus : I lived with my father’s killer and he convinced me he was alive and well

    Hastings Observer : Most common birds spotted in East Sussex revealed

    Brighton and Hove News : Brighton hospital’s new boss promises £30m A&E upgrade

    Worthing Herald : Girl still missing ten years later

    Sussex Express : Plastic prices, EU and Brexit blamed for ending contract

  15. New lease of life for Sussex red phone boxes

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    A competition is underway to find the most imaginative use of a redundant red telephone box in Sussex.

    Old red phone box

    Run by the Sussex Heritage Trust and the Sussex Association of Local Councils, it aims to help save the British icon from extinction. 

    There's already a raft of nominees, including phone boxes used as coffee shops in Brighton, one in Steyning that's a defibrillator, and a village library in Bosham.

    Have you got an idea? Get in touch on Twitter or Facebook .

  16. Article 50 letter delivered - what next?

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    The clock has started ticking after we formally handed in our official divorce notice to the European Union yesterday.

    We will have two years to unwind four and a half decades of EU membership, start replacing reams of EU law with a domestic equivalent and work out our future ties to the continent.

    Here's a reminder how the South East voted.

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    Video caption: Article 50 triggered - how the South East voted