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Sussex Police warn communities that modern slavery is “often hidden in plain sight”

October 18, 2018 |

Today (18th October) is National Anti-Slavery Day,  where it is hoped that all will contribute to raise awareness of the need to eradicate all forms of modern slavery, human trafficking and exploitation.


Today marks eight years since the Anti-slavery … Read More

Exclusive list of vegan restaurants in Brighton for every occasion

October 18, 2018 |

Brighton has a well-deserved reputation for being one of the most vegan friendly cities in the UK. Residents are spoilt for choice by a huge selection of vegan eateries, health-food stores, regular vegan food festivals and most importantly, an understanding of … Read More

Brighton Recycling Petition says it’s “time to stop being a rubbish city”

October 18, 2018 |

In light of recent events including fly-tipping, tonnes of rubbish left on the beach and failed bin collections, residents of Brighton and Hove are demanding change.


 Hanover resident Tea Meneghetti decided it was time for action.


Sharing the … Read More

Disco Pete: Brighton’s most loved raver retires to nursing home

October 15, 2018 | 10


Brighton’s favourite dancer and much loved public figure, Peter Turner, famously known as ‘Disco Pete’ has sadly had to hang up his disco dancing shoes as he enters full time care in an East Sussex nursing home.


The … Read More

What to expect when you’re expecting Sussex’s first Royal Baby!

October 15, 2018 |

Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to announce they are expecting their first child due in the Spring next year.


Kensington Palace shared the news on Twitter earlier today, stating “their Royal Highnesses have … Read More

“Brighton feels so alive” Humans of Brighton – Meet Chloe

October 14, 2018 |

Humans of Brighton returns this Sunday with a wonderful feature of Chloe from London, a University of Sussex student who shared her feelings of nostalgia, remembering her first weeks in Brighton.

We caught up with Chloe on her last day … Read More

30p to pee? Council introduces public toilet fee in Brighton and Hove

October 12, 2018 |

It has been confirmed that those who use public toilets across Brighton and Hove will now incur a compulsory 30p charge to use the service, in the hopes that the planned toilet refurbishments can now begin.


The income from … Read More

Pampered pooches prepare for rescheduled Brighton Pride Dog Show

October 12, 2018 |

After its previous cancellation due to poor weather conditions, Brighton Pride Dog Show returns this weekend to celebrate the very best of our beloved four-legged friends in Brighton.


Brighton Pride Dog Show has, in previous years, been one of … Read More

Indian Summer or Climate Change? Brighton’s HOTTEST October in 7 years

October 11, 2018 |


October usually welcomes an Autumnal chill that swiftly blows away any traces we had of summer. However, this year heat levels are set to soar as sizzling October sun sees temperatures rising higher than Madrid – the hottest climate … Read More

Gigs of the Week – Me and The Moon, The Smyths and more

October 8, 2018 |

Calling all music lovers, Brighton Journal has curated yet another exclusive list of the best gigs at the best joints in town. Read on for information about venues, artists and tickets all coming to our lively city this week!


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