The News of the World found out that Prince Harry's then girlfriend Chelsy Davy was bombarding him with calls and texts when he was training at Sandhurst in Berkshire, a jury at the Old Bailey has heard.
A team of rowers, including four men from the South East, who had to be airlifted from a cross-Atlantic race are battling to get back to the high seas.
A burglar who stole live chickens and a cage of canaries during a drink-fuelled crime spree in Kent has been jailed for two years.
The Duchess of Cornwall has had help decorating her Christmas tree from 12 youngsters with life-limiting illnesses who are cared for by an Oxford-based charity.
The Government has ruled out one of three proposals for a new road crossing over the River Thames, linking Essex and Kent, and said further work would be done on the remaining two options.
A man and a woman have been arrested on the Isle of Wight as part of the police investigation into alleged corrupt payments by journalists for information.
Two footballers who used to play for a Brighton-based club have appeared in court charged in connection with a National Crime Agency inquiry into alleged match-fixing.
A police officer who was shot as he tried to protect the public while off duty has been posthumously awarded the George Medal for gallantry, while a man who died while saving a girl who had been swept out to sea in West Sussex was awarded the Queen's Gallantry Medal.
The Queen was "upset" about police officers eating nuts left out at Buckingham Palace, the trial into alleged phone hacking at the News of the World (NotW), involving former spin doctor Andy Coulson, from Kent, has heard.
A war veteran who died with no close family or friends to mourn him has been given a fitting send off following a public appeal inviting mourners to his funeral in East Sussex.
A couple from West Sussex who want to marry in a Church of Scientology chapel are planning their wedding after winning a "human rights" fight in the UK's highest court.
Three people arrested in Essex and Buckinghamshire on suspicion of a £2.4 million VAT fraud connected to the horse racing industry have been released on bail.
A man who broke his spine when he tried to commit suicide by running head first into a concrete wall while in detention awaiting deportation at an immigration removal centre near Gatwick has lost his High Court damages action.
YMCA residents in Brighton have benefited from a well-being day which included Reiki, reflexology and acupuncture sessions.
An oil trader from Kent who was sacked because he was said to be not in a fit state after a heavy night out in Singapore has lost his damages action for wrongful dismissal.
A jury in the trial of a rent boy accused of murdering a man in Brighton after bleeding him financially dry has retired for a fourth day to consider its verdicts.
Gatwick airport handled an increased number of passengers last month.
Thick fog across most of south east England has caused another day of flight chaos for air passengers and also affected ferry services.
Three people, including one in Buckinghamshire, have been arrested on suspicion of a £2.4 million VAT fraud connected to the horse racing industry.
A former mariner from Surrey who once shared a sleeping compartment with Prince Philip and danced with Wallis Simpson has celebrated his 100th birthday.
A five-year old boy airlifted by Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance is to be the special guest at a raffle and auction night in aid of the charity.
A lucky cat has been reunited with her owner in Kent just in time for Christmas after appearing on an animal charity's website giving a 'thumbs up'.
A march is being held in Portsmouth to protest at job losses planned by defence giant BAE Systems.
A jury has retired for a third day to consider its verdicts in the trial of a rent boy accused of murdering a man in Brighton after bleeding him financially dry.
A lawyer from Oxford has issued an emotional appeal for help in the search for his son who is thought to have gone missing while hiking in Canada.
A tree surgeon from Chichester, paralysed after falling 50ft from an ancient horse chestnut he was trying to dismantle, has brought a damages claim against the National Trust.
A former police community support officer (PCSO) based at Gatwick Airport has pleaded not guilty to seven counts of theft and one charge of misconduct in public office.
A 97-year-old man from Portsmouth, who was believed to be the UK's oldest competitive cyclist, has had court proceedings against him dropped for an allegation of rape of a girl aged under 16 because of his deteriorating mental health.
A Kent golf club lady captain has raised more than £2,000 for a charity which aims to help set up a specialised physiotherapy centre in London for children and young people with cerebral palsy and serious mobility problems.
Six people remain in custody after being arrested in connection with a second investigation into football spot-fixing following allegations that a former Portsmouth player rigged a Championship game for cash.
Two brothers have spent a day at Legoland in Windsor with their family thanks to a charity which organises wish days for children facing life-threatening conditions.
A headmaster from Brighton has revealed examples of "semi-literate" applications he received from teachers hoping to land a senior post at his leading public school.
A jury has retired to consider its verdicts for a second day in the trial of a rent boy accused of murdering a man and leaving him to rot in his flat in Brighton for nearly two months after bleeding him dry financially.
The Chief Constable of Sussex Police has announced he is to retire next year after more than six years leading the force.
A student from Oxfordshire at one of the UK's leading drama schools has lost his damages claim over end-of-term horseplay which left him tetraplegic.
A rescue dog has found a new home in Surrey just in time for Christmas after appearing on the Paul O'Grady Show's adoption appeal.
The Environment Agency has issued 45 severe flood warnings - the highest category, which are only issued when flooding poses a danger to life - covering coastal areas in south-eastern parts of England, East Anglia, and the North Sea coast as high tides return.
Medway NHS Foundation Trust is among 16 in England showing higher than expected death rates, according to a major report.
A former national serviceman, from Hampshire, has thanked a charity for supporting him in his battle with sight loss.
Former News International executive Rebekah Brooks, from Churchill, Oxfordshire, sanctioned a payment of £4,000 to a public official for a picture of Prince William dressed as a Bond girl in a bikini at a Sandhurst party, a jury has heard.
Two footballers from Whitehawk FC, a Conference South team in Brighton, have been charged over match-fixing allegations, the National Crime Agency said.
Two hospital volunteers with a combined age of 176, and a total of 84 years helping others, have been honoured at Southampton General Hospital for their long service and dedication to patients.
A convicted killer has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 24 years after being found guilty of murdering a 17-year-old girl, whose body was found in Berkshire, more than 30 years ago.
A lorry driver has been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving following numerous reports of an articulated vehicle being driven erratically on the M25.
A jury has retired to consider its verdicts in the trial of a rent boy accused of murdering a man and leaving him to rot in his Brighton flat for nearly two months after bleeding him dry financially.
A student has completed a tour of Oxford's public toilets to raise money for a sustainable development charity.
More than 600 jobs look set to be saved after Channel tunnel operator Eurotunnel won an appeal overturning a competition ruling banning it from operating ferry services from Dover.
Residents at a retirement estate in West Sussex have raised hundreds of pounds for a children's hospice by donating unwanted clothes and bric-a-brac.
A man has been charged after an on-duty police officer was seriously injured when he was hit at high speed by a stolen car in Reading.
Four soldiers, including one from Brighton, who have just five legs between them will set off on a cross-Atlantic rowing challenge to raise money for injured troops.
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