Sport Brighton midfielder Andrew Crofts

A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup fourth round match at Vale Park

Tobin victims search to resume

Police searching for victims of serial killer Peter Tobin will resume their hunt for clues at one of his former seaside homes next week.

Mikhailovsky Ballet, Coliseum, London<br/>The Rude Mechanicals, Little Horsted School Field, east Sussex

The Russians are coming &ndash; time to take to the wing

Police probe unsolved murders for Tobin link

Senior detectives are convinced serial killer Peter Tobin is responsible for some of the country's most notorious unsolved murders.

Don Giovanni, Glyndebourne, East Sussex<br/>I was looking at the ceiling and then I saw the sky, Theatre Royal Stratford East, London

The hottest sparks fly in the pit as Jurowski tackles Mozart's trickiest masterpiece for the first time

Mother's suicide note said her child drowned

The mother of a four-year-old whose body was found at the same time the woman threw herself off a cliff left a suicide note saying the girl had drowned, police said yesterday.

Stay the night: Belle Tout Lighthouse, Beachy Head, East Sussex

This former lighthouse, with its &pound;1.4m overhaul, left Fiona Sturges feeling on top of the world

Brighton toddler, three, attacked by a fox

A toddler was taken to hospital after a report that he had been attacked by a fox, police confirmed today.

The Secret Garden, 10 Brunswick Square, Brighton

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Man 'strangled prostitute in her home'

A prostitute was strangled in her own home by a client who visited her for sex while in a "worked up and angry" mood, a court heard today.

Student 'hit gay man to protect female friend'

A student accused of killing a gay man in Trafalgar Square said he punched the victim because he saw him strike a girl and feared she might get hurt.

Independent Live!: Brighton podcast

Following an evening of debate in Brighton, featuring Steve Richards from the Independent, Trevor Beattie, Advertising executive at BMB, Caroline Lucas MEP (Green Party leader and PPC for Brighton Pavilion) Charlotte Vere (Conservative parliamentary candidate for Brighton Pavilion), and Bernadette Millam (Lib Dem from Brighton), download the podcast of the night's entertainment below.

Man in court over hallway stab murder

A 40-year-old will appear in court tomorrow charged with the murder of a man found fatally stabbed in the communal hallway of his home.

Brighton hallway stabbing victim named

A man found with fatal stab wounds in the communal hallway of his home was named by police today.

Detectives in plea for help after fatal stabbing

Detectives investigating the murder of a man found with fatal stab wounds in the communal hallway of a residential property appealed for anyone with information to come forward today.

Snow drifts set to create more disruption

Heavy snowfalls and ice in parts of the country are expected to cause disruption today, forecasters warned.

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