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  1. Good night from the BBC Live team

    Tom Darby

    BBC Live reporter

    That's it from us for another night - we'll be back tomorrow at 06:00 BST with more of the county's news, sport, travel and weather.

    Thanks for joining us!

  2. Take a trip on a model railway...

    There is a reason behind it - honest.

    We've used a GoPro to film a model railway as we take a look at more than a year of issues on Southern Rail - and hear from commuters.

    It's part of our series looking at issues in the South East leading up to the general election. #SEVote

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    Video caption: Take a ride on a model railway as we take a look at a year of issues on Southern rail
  3. ICYMI: Eyewitness of the London terror attack

    Peter Whittlesea

    BBC South East Today reporter

    A man from Sussex has spoken of the moment he and others in a London pub barricaded themselves in on Saturday night, as terrorists tried to force their way in.

    William Ruano from Crawley was in Borough Market and witnessed the events unfolding.

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    Video caption: London Eyewitness from Sussex speaks out
  4. John Surtees remembered

    Ian Palmer

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    John Surtees was famously the only man to win world championships on both two wheels and four.

    He went onto run a successful motor racing business in Edenbridge and bought the Buckmore Park karting circuit in Chatham.

    He died in March but this evening sporting legends and TV celebrities are paying tribute to his extraordinary life at a Motorsport Hall of Fame event in Epsom.

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    Video caption: Surtees tributes at Epsom
  5. Cloudy, but at least it won't be wet

    Rachel Mackley

    Weather Presenter

    It's looking like we have a cloudy day ahead on Thursday, but it will be dry.

    Here's my latest forecast.

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    Video caption: Weather PM Mackley
  6. Wanted: Have you seen Mark Coleman?

    Bob Dale

    BBC Live reporter

    Police are trying to find a Bexhill man, who's wanted for recall to prison.

    Mark Coleman, who's 23, was released early from a four-year term for attempted robbery.

    He's failed to attend appointments with his supervising officer since his release in August last year.

    Mark Coleman
  7. Take a tour through the walls that sing...

    Robin Gibson

    Reporter, BBC South East Today

    Newhaven's Napoleonic Fort is to host an extraordinary choral happening this weekend.

    It's inspired by the experiences of WW1 conscientious objectors, some of whom were interned in a nearby camp.

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    Video caption: Newhaven's Napoleonic Fort is to host an extraordinary choral happening this weekend
  8. Albion midfielder signs new one-year deal

    Steve Sidwell

    Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Steve Sidwell has penned a new one-year deal with the club.

    The 34-year-old joined Albion for a second spell in January 2016, initially signing on loan from Stoke City.

    He made the move permanent last summer, and was a key part of the club's promotion-winning Championship side last season.

    Manager Chris Hughton said: "Steve has been a key member of the squad over the past 18 months. He thoroughly deserves this new deal and I am delighted that he is extending his stay at the club.

    "Our fans know his qualities well, and his experience, particularly at Premier League level, will be important for us. He is an excellent pro and that experience will be vital for us next season."

  9. #GetsMyVote: 'We've only got one planet'

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    It's less than 24 hours until the election and we've been asking people what #GetsMyVote.

    Brighton bicycle shop worker Ace, 29, says environmentalism is the major issue for him.

    Ace, 29.
    Quote Message: With Donald Trump refusing to sign the climate agreement in Paris, it’s really important we have politicians who are able to stand up to countries and companies that are polluting too much. We've only got one planet so I don't want to leave it any time soon." from Ace Amsterdammers bike shop
    AceAmsterdammers bike shop
    Ace, 29.
  10. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A323 Surrey both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A323 Surrey both ways severe accident, between Foreman Road and B3411 Ash Hill Road.

    A323 Surrey - A323 Guildford Road in Ash closed and heavy traffic in both directions between the Foreman Road junction and the B3411 Ash Hill Road junction, because of an accident.

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

  11. It's the best day of the week

    Kate Kinsella

    BBC Weather

    Enjoy this afternoon's sunshine as it's turning unsettled again, although temperatures will get better at the weekend.

    Here's my forecast.

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    Video caption: the weather with Kate Kinsella
  12. #GetsMyVote: 'Everybody is entitled to free health care'

    Kathryn Langley

    BBC Live reporter

    With less than a day until the general election we've been asking people to tell us what #GetsMyVote.

    Stuart Quinn, 44, owns a stall in North Laine, Brighton.

    His number one issue is privatisation of the NHS.

    Stuart, 44
    Quote Message: I think everybody should be entitled to free health care. The NHS is one of, if not the greatest medical institution on the planet. To start mucking about with that after so many years of it working absolutely fine just doesn’t make sense.” from Stuart Quinn Stallholder, North Laine, Brighton
    Stuart QuinnStallholder, North Laine, Brighton
    Stuart, 44
  13. 'If I were prime minister for the day'

    What would you do if you were in charge of the country for a day?

    We gave these teenagers 20 seconds each to tell us what they'd do as part of a series called #PMfortheday.

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    Video caption: #PMfortheday: Teens on the economy, GCSEs and roadworks
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    Severe accident: A3 Surrey northbound

    BBC News Travel

    A3 Surrey northbound severe accident, at Old Portsmouth Road affecting Hindhead Tunnel.

    A3 Surrey - Queuing traffic and the main road is closed, with traffic being routed around the junction and back on again, on A3 northbound at Thursley, because of an accident. Congestion to the Hindhead Tunnel junction.

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

  15. BBC South East general election debate

    Natalie Graham chaired a debate in front of a studio audience as five South East politicians from the leading parties tackle the big election issues within the region.

    You can watch the full debate below.


  16. 'If I were prime minister for the day'

    We asked teenagers what they would do if they were in charge of the country.

    It's part of our #PMfortheday series leading up to the general election.


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    Video caption: We asked a group of teenagers - and gave each one 20 seconds to outline their plan.
  17. Bodger and Badger creator Andy Cunningham dies after cancer battle

    Bodget and Badger star Andy Cunningham

    Entertainer Andy Cunningham, best known as the creator and star of children's TV show Bodger And Badger, has died aged 67.

    Cunningham played handyman Simon Bodger in the series and voiced his companion, a beret-wearing talking badger with a love for mashed potatoes.

    He died of cancer at the Royal Sussex County Hospital on Monday.

    The show ran on the BBC from 1989 to 1999.

    His sister Tessa Cunningham said: "Andy lived to be loved and to make people laugh - starting with me, his little sister.

    "He had a quicksilver brain, a rebellious attitude, boundless compassion particularly for the underdog, unstinting levels of generosity and, of course, a passion for mashed potato."

  18. Armed officers deployed at Sussex festival

    Armed police officers are being deployed to this weekend's Wildlife music festival at Shoreham airport in the wake of the recent terror attacks.

    More than 20,000 people are expected on each of the two days, 9 and 10 June.

    They're being asked to avoid bringing bags to the event to help speed up access.

    Wildlife Festival in Shoreham

    Sussex Police says security around the site has also been stepped up.

    Information will be provided and regularly updated by organisers and police on social media using #wildlife17