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| February 17, 2019

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Greens accuse Conservatives on passing their responsibilities to local councils

February 5, 2019 |

Greens have accused Conservatives of ‘passing the bucket’ on Brexit issues to local council and community.

The Conservative Government sent councils a letter requesting they ‘step up’ their preparation for a potential no-deal Brexit, while providing little input on how … Read More

Kylie Minogue and Clean Bandit will be headlining this year’s Pride In The Park

February 5, 2019 |

The LGBTQ icon Kylie Minogue and the electronic trio Clean Bandit will perform at this year’s Pride In The Park in Brighton.

The festival will take place on the first Saturday of August in Preston Park and this year it … Read More

An interview with Amelia Heggie, the interior designer behind The Projects

February 2, 2019 |

Brighton Journal met with the woman behind the stunning design of The Projects, a one-of-a-kind co-working space in the heart of the Lanes. Amelia Heggie talked to us about the history behind the building, her style and sources of inspiration, … Read More

The EU Settlement Scheme is now open – who should apply and how?

February 1, 2019 |

Brexit is now just around the corner, and all EU citizens wishing to stay in the United Kingdom need to let the country know. To achieve that, the Government has set in place a settlement scheme for EU citizens and … Read More

Brighton and Hove buses now running again as normal

February 1, 2019 |

Last night’s snow caused all Brighton and Hove buses to be cancelled from 9:45 PM for safety reasons.

The bus company worked hard during the night to restore routes, and by lunchtime this Friday all services are back and … Read More

Greens call for more support for children’s mental health in schools

February 1, 2019 |

The Green Group of Councillors have urged Brighton & Hove City Council to invest further into mental health support in schools. Despite the positive work schools are doing, the lack of funding prevents them from doing the job adequately.

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Snow arrives in Brighton

January 30, 2019 |

We’ve been patiently waiting for it, and it might not last long, but snow finally arrived in Brighton last night!

As the city and its surrounding area get covered with a thin, white layer, many residents have been busy … Read More

Uncertainty over Brexit puts £400m development deal on hold

January 28, 2019 |

A major leisure centre development has been put on hold just hours before voting for the final deal.

The councillors were discussing about the deal between Brighton & Hove City Council and developers Crest Nicholson when they received a … Read More

BRICTT to audition male dancers

January 23, 2019 |

Brighton Institute for Contemporary Theatre Training (BRICTT) is currently on the hunt for male Street, Hip-Hop and Commercial dancers.

Auditions will take place at BRICTT, Vantage Point, on the 25th of January from 4PM. The institute welcomes anyone over the … Read More

Experimental traffic scheme set to improve air quality in Rottingdean

January 23, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove city council has proposed an experimental traffic scheme in Rottindgean to reduce air pollution following public concern.

The scheme is expected to launch in March 2019. It will last 18 months and will be monitored for … Read More