A partially underground house is being built next to a famous clifftop mansion.
A bed retailer has appeared in court over illegal advertising displays.
A gang of "intimidating youngsters" congregating in a town centre are turning it into a "no-go zone", traders have warned.
A seaside amusement arcade which has kept families entertained for more than three decades has shut due to significant trading losses.
A controversial proposal for 49 new homes in a village have been turned down by council planners.
Plan to open a speciality tea shop serving snacks and deserts has been approved.
A coroner has ruled today that baby Harry Richford and his parents were "failed" and that his death was "wholly avoidable".
An investigation has revealed a number of babies might still be alive had standards of maternity care been higher.
A secondary school previously rated inadequate by Ofsted is making big improvements.
Fatboy Slim and Suggs have handed out 100 free tickets to a new festival.
The two stars will be handing out free tickets to a new festival from an ice-cream van on the seafront.
A teacher who would have died had it not been for blood donors is urging more people to donate.
A 24-year-old man - described as a "superb athlete" - died after taking part in an underwater swimming challenge at his family home, an inquest heard.
The funeral of a baby boy whose death from sepsis was "avoidable" has been held by his heartbroken family.
A remarkable image has highlighted the skill of surgeons who rebuilt part of a man's skull after a brutal assault.
An investigation has been launched into the death of a baby boy sent home twice from A&E.
A mother has relived the traumatic delivery of her baby son during the inquest into his death.
Outline plans for a new housing estate on the former site of a school and care home have been submitted.
Controversial plans to bring in pay and display machines in five roads have been ditched.
Police are warning pub-goers and clubbers to keep a close eye on their belongings after a spate of phone thefts.
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