10:31Gangs clash on train tracks during party terror night
10:33Teenagers attacked by car thieves in Chichester
10:33REVIEW: Dark Sun, Arundel
10:36Call for cut in speed on West Dean road
10:37Tributes to councillor Saskia Heasman
10:39Chichester project to get everyone to sea is on an even keel
10:41Council vote blunder leaves locals baffled
10:43Chichester couple's anniversary trip down memory lane
10:45Royal return for Chichester care home
10:49Woman's big thank-you follows dramatic rescue
10:59New Selsey family centre opens
11:02Council wants more public art for Chichester area
11:04A286 crash rate reduction measures north of Chichester
11:05Fairtrade status delights University of Chichester
11:08West Sussex Fire service plans big spending cuts
11:20Seventh is anything but heaven for Midhurst
11:27Lions roar into next round of Vase
11:36Eight-goal thriller fails to find a Vase winner at Oaklands Park
11:39Bad news in the Vase - but good news in the cup for Selsey
11:43Fishbourne outwit Wittering in the cup
11:46Sunday football: Rocks rocked by late comeback
11:48It's time parking ticket machines were brought
11:51Three from three puts Blues on tails of leaders
11:54Greens are outmuscled
11:56Midhurst are all Gee-d up for a big victory
11:57Rampant Roe helps Sussex to decathlon title
11:58It's a slog for Chichester athletes - but a worthwhile one
11:59High fives as Baker beats personal best
12:02Cricket round-up: Smith's in good Nick at Eastergate
12:04Strauss bat is a great Ashes souvenir for David
12:05Fancy an, err, Americano?
12:06Union city blues
12:18'The Bucket residence, the lady of the house bowling...'
12:20Bowls: Two firsts and a second leave Aldingbourne jubilant
12:22Bognor ladies savour the salver after thrilling finale
12:25Vets and ladies have plenty to cheer at Chichester
12:38Penguins need a p-p-p-pick-up after Cherubs rout
12:39West is best in county stoolball extravaganza
12:44Felpham's young sailors retain their prize
12:47Sailing: Staring down the Barrel at Chichester
12:49Response to doubles is anything but mixed at Bognor
12:51Air cadets pool their resources to land swim titles
13:02Save our village shops
13:11REVIEW: Singin' In The Rain, Mayflower, Southampton, until September 26.
13:35Champ McCoy in nasty fall at Fontwell
14:53Readers' Letters - September 24 2009
17:32BBC AUDIO CD REVIEW: John Arlott's Cricketing Wides, Byes and Slips! £5.75 from www.bbcshop.com.
17:32BBC AUDIO CD REVIEW: The Time Machine, BBC Audio Books, £7.25 from www.bbcshop.com.
17:33BBC AUDIO CD REVIEW: The Maltese Falcon, BBC Audio Books, £9.25 from www.bbcshop.com.
17:34BBC AUDIO CD REVIEW: The Complete Ripley Radio Mysteries, £12.50 from www.bbcshop.com.
17:34BBC AUDIO CD REVIEW: Radio Crimes: Cadfael: Monk's Hood, £9 from www.bbcshop.com.