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  1. The age of steam may have long passed - but some people just can't lego

    Stuart Maisner

    BBC Live reporter

    An exhibition of Lego charting the history of Britain is just about to open on the Kent and East Sussex Railway in Tenterden with one of the world's most famous trains at its centre.    

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    Video caption: An exhibition of Lego charting the history of Britain is just about to open
  2. Peaches the parrot accidentally poisons dogs (they're fine by the way)

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter


    Three pet dogs have been poisoned by a parrot at their home in the village of Nutley, near Uckfield.

    Peaches mimicked her owner's voice while the family were out, called her canine companions over to her cage one by one and fed them grapes, which are toxic to dogs.

    Boris, Cassie and Gus

    The dogs - Boris, Cassidy and Gus - were given emergency treatment by their vet and have made a full recovery.

    You can hear from the vet on  BBC Sussex  with Neil Pringle at 08:50 BST.

  3. This morning's BBC Sussex phone-in

    Danny Pike

    Presenter, BBC Sussex

    This morning I'm meeting a Sussex rock band where all the members have learning disabilities.

    I'd like to know whether you've ever overcome a disability?

    Join me from 09:00 BST on BBC Sussex .

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    Video caption: Danny Pike radio trail
  4. Three break-ins may force shop to shut

    Hamish Mureddu-Reid

    BBC News Online, South East

    A shop owner says he may be forced to close his store after three break-ins in the last 10 years. 

    Ben Mitchell says the future of The Stores Department, in Uckfield, is "in the balance" due to increased insurance premiums.  

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    Video caption: Premium hikes may shut up shop
  5. Eastbourne's Konta makes history

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Johanna Konta

    Eastbourne's Johanna Konta has made history by becoming the first Briton to reach the semi-finals of the Miami Masters .

    She battled from a set down to beat world number five Simona Halep. 

    She'll face Venus Williams in the last four. 

  6. NHS boss in the hotseat

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals was placed in special measures by the health watchdog last year.

    Now it's getting new management and a multimillion pound investment in emergency care.

    We put the new chief executive, Marianne Griffiths, in the hotseat.

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    Video caption: In the hotseat: Marianne Griffiths, BSUH Chief Executive
  7. Bright and sunny

    Elizabeth Rizzini

    BBC Weather

    We've got a mild start, but it's going to get rather warm in the afternoon.

    Watch my forecast to find out more.

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    Video caption: Morning weather with Elizabeth Rizzini
  8. The stars above Sussex...

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    Will give way to sunshine quite soon, but this picture - by Maxine Thompson - shows the majesty of the Milky Way above Birling Gap. It's a fantastic shot and our #PhotoOfTheDay.

    Birling Gap

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