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Film review: Ocean’s Eight (3 out of 5)

I’m not sure if I’m in the minority, but I can’t be the only person to feel a bit uncomfortable about a movie that turns criminals into heroes?

TV and Film

VIDEO: Sussex skipper: Our Arundel win was special

Sussex skipper Ben Brown hailed a special week at Arundel that saw his team kick-start their promotion push - just as they had hoped it would.
Sussex CCC

VIDEO and REPORT: Sussex go second as they hammer Durham at Arundel

Sussex won their second Specsavers County Championship match of the season at Arundel when they defeated Durham by an innings and 64 runs - 12 minutes before the scheduled close of the third day.
Sussex CCC
Trinity Marsh. Picture courtesy of Sussex Police SUS-180622-174200001

Concern over missing 12-year-old Hove girl

Police are concerned for a missing girl from Hove.

News
The CCTV image released by police. Picture courtesy of Sussex Police SUS-180622-172453001

Police investigating Brighton assault release CCTV image

Police have released a CCTV image of this man they would like to trace in connection with an assault in Brighton.

News
Jo Fuller

Jo Fuller: Stamina, parties and hangovers

My friends and I are all approaching or have reached the big 50, and I totally agree with the old adage that like good wine, we improve with age.

Opinion
PCC Katy Bourne with Chief Superintendent Lisa Bell, Divisional Commander for Brighton and Hove SUS-180622-153832001

Welcome to Brighton’s newly-revamped police station

Brighton Police has revealed its newly-refurbished front office as part of the huge redevelopment of John Street police station.

News
Andy Murray

Eastbourne International: Murray to continue his comeback at Devonshire Park

Former world No 1 Andy Murray has accepted a wild card into the main draw at the Nature Valley International in Eastbourne.

More Sport
Smashburger's new plant-based offering

Burger joint debuts meat-free patty in Brighton

A burger bar in Brighton is now serving up a plant-based, meat-free patty as veganism grows in the UK.
Eating Out
The speed trials return to Brighton's seafront

Speed trials set to return to Brighton seafront

Brighton’s popular annual motor sport event, The Brighton National Speed Trials, will return to the seafront again this year on Saturday, September 1.

News
Job seekers were given support at the two-day event

Help for job seekers at Amex event

Job seekers attended a free two-day event at the American Express Community Stadium this month.
Business
Teachers strike in Uckfield SUS-180622-144109001

Teachers set to strike over pay

Strikes are being held at schools across Sussex as a dispute over pay rages on.

Education

Smash stereotypes to bits – IET launches new campaign to get more young people into STEM

A new campaign has been launched by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) designed to ‘smash stereotypes to bits’ as new research suggests that there is still a disparity between boys and girls, as well as other demographic groups, considering a career in STEM.

Offbeat
The month-long operation was launched by Surrey and Sussex Police last week. Picture: Sussex Police

Police arrest 42 as drink and drug-driving campaign kicks off

Police have arrested 42 people in the first week of a summer crackdown on drink and drug-drivers in Sussex.

Crime
Do you drive in flip flops?

This is what the law says about driving in flip flops or bare footed

Summer is here and the weather continues to get warmer but the sunny conditions can make it uncomfortable to drive in a pair of sweaty shoes.

Crime
Preston Circus, Brighton

Woman may have video footage of ‘man with knives’ in Brighton

Sussex Police said it is hoping to trace a member of the public who might have filmed a man with knives.

Crime

Heatwave to hit Sussex next week

Sussex is set to be hit by a heatwave as temperatures could exceed 30degC from mid-week.

News
Minnie Turner, Brighton suffragette (Photograph:Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove)

Blue plaques for the suffragettes

In this centenary year of the first UK women getting the vote, there’s been increased focus on the suffrage movement in Brighton.

News
David Gibson, Brighton and Hove Green councillor and Living Rent campaigner

David Gibson: How we can ease city’s housing crisis

The housing ‘market’ is broken. Even the Government admits it. It’s clear that previous policies focused on deregulation and privatisation have failed – and we need a change of approach.

Opinion
Gareth Southgate would have been relieved to hear Martin Keown reveal that Dele Alli was alive during the England-Tunisia match

Watching the World (Cup) Go By: My claim to fame... and my hopes for when England reach the final

Well the World Cup is fair flying by and I’ve not even told you yet the tale of the times when I shared a pitch with a former World Cup finals international captain.

Football
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