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Albion winger targets more goals  ALBION winger Solly March has targeted more goals as he goes gunning for Bournemouth and Arsenal.
Police cordon off seafront road after crash  Emergency services have closed off a seafront road after a crash.
Stephens urges Albion to up away form in bid to better last season's finish  DALE STEPHENS has urged Albion to improve their away form to better last season's Premier League finish.
Distraught owner speaks of how pet horse was viciously mauled by a dog  A HORSE was viciously mauled by a dog which left it with deep wounds on its stomach and legs.
Three brewers open new city centre bar for their beer  THREE brewers have opened a new craft beer bar in the centre of the city.
Chelsea fan charged over alleged 'homophobic' abuse at Amex Stadium  A FOOTBALL supporter has been charged with shouting homophobic abuse at a match.
Town defies unfestive thieves who stole lights from Christmas tree  A CAROLS service and ceremony was saved after a massive community effort to replace stolen lights from a town’s Christmas tree.
Teenager last seen at Churchill Square is missing  A 16-year-old who was last seen in the centre of town has gone missing.
Was Sarri right about "physical" Albion?  It was surprising to see Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri describe Albion as a "very physical team".
Man jailed for trying to import an illegal weapon  A MAN trying to import a stun gun into the UK has been jailed for two years.
CCTV image released of fraudster who stole £250 from 88-year-old man  FRAUDSTERS have taken £250 from an elderly man’s bank account using his credit card.
New Albion deal for heart op defender  George Cox has signed a new deal with Albion, months after life-threatening heart surgery.
Sussex bowler selected for England Lions tour  Sussex bowler Danny Briggs has been named in the England Lions squads for the tour to India.
Piers Morgan's astonishing rant against vegan activists for 'killing' insects  BREAKFAST TV host Piers Morgan launched an astonishing attack on vegans during ITV’s Good Morning Britain show.
7 photos from December 18 1998, who do you recognise?  In today’s Timeout we meet an extremely adventurous dog who loves to climb on roofs, schools taking part in nativity plays and Christmas shows and a fun, festive, party...
Argus comment: Vegans have right to protest but shouldn't make life uncomfortable for others  PROTEST is a democratic right and it is one we should all cherish.
Katy Rice column: Let children be children for as long as possible  BRIGHTON has made the national news again over its advice in sex education lessons to pupils.
Loving great-grandmother and longtime Royal Voluntary Service member dies at 103  FAMILY and friends said goodbye to a long-time member of the Royal Voluntary Service who died at 103.
Reader's letter: Let down by politicians as well as civil servants  WHAT an EU mess. I agree with Paul Johnston – we have certainly been let down by our politicians and civil servants (the negotiators).
Road block after car hits central reservation and crashes into sign  A ROAD was blocked after a car hit a central reservation and crashed into a sign.
Another offside controversy for Albion  Albion have been unfortunate in recent weeks with a few tight offside calls which have gone against them.
Big Lemon Bus driver suffers minor injuries in crash  A BIG Lemon Bus driver suffered facial injuries after crashing into a van which was then shunted into another parked car.
Teen cornered in McDonald's toilets and robbed by man threatening to stab him  A teenager was robbed by a man threatening to stab him after being cornered in the toilets of a fast food restaurant.
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