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Brighton Journal | August 18, 2019

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Brighton Street Style

August 16, 2019 |

The forecast has well and truly been letting us down lately, but the locals never fail to brighten up our streets with the most stylish looks. Brighton Journal took to the streets on a mission to find the best of … Read More

Fake news? The health of local journalism

August 16, 2019 |

If you’re reading this article then it probably means you interact with us on a regular basis, possibly daily, and come to us for your dose of Brighton and Hove based news. We’re a digital-only journal and we’re solely interested … Read More

Petition demands Brighton & Hove City Council to consider 5G health risks

August 16, 2019 |

Increasing concerns about the unknown impact of 5G technology have continued amongst those against the new mobile network. A local resident has launched a petition demanding Brighton & Hove City Council to carry out independent research proving that 5G technology … Read More

The A-Level results are in – how did Brighton fare?

August 15, 2019 |

Hundreds of Brighton & Hove students are collecting their A-Level results today. Many local students will no doubt be celebrating their hard-earned accomplishments. How did this year’s exam results fare?

National statistics show that this year, girls have reclaimed the … Read More

Anti-Social Youth: Police ask for the public’s help

August 14, 2019 |

On Sunday afternoon, 23rd of June, a group of young individuals stormed the Brighton Marina ASDA store with their bikes. The incident that left the members of public stunned and frightened is still under investigation by Sussex Police and the … Read More

Brighton Local Reaches Attenborough Final

August 14, 2019 |


A local Brighton D.J. has reached the final of a nationwide competition to remix one of David Attenborough’s sound recordings from his album My Field Recordings From Across The Planet. Burland, who is also known as Tom Burland, … Read More

Can you help find Marion Barter?

August 13, 2019 |

The investigation that has riveted Australia has reached Brighton… 

An Australian woman called Sally Leydon, has appealed to Brighton residents to help solve the mystery of her missing mother. 

In 1997, Sally’s mum Marion abruptly left her job and … Read More

College students paint Brighton mural for children’s hospital

August 13, 2019 |

Three art and design students from Sussex Downs College in Lewes created a Brighton-themed mural for young patients in the Surgical Ward at the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital (Alex).

The three 18-year-old students, Niamh Fitzsimmons, Felicity Richardson and Brianna Kelly, … Read More

Brighton’s Caroline Lucas calls for an all-female emergency cabinet

August 12, 2019 |

Brighton Green MP, Caroline Lucas, has called for an all-female emergency cabinet in a bid to stop a no-deal Brexit. Lucas has asked 10 female politicians across all main political parties in Westminster to join her. Her aim is to … Read More

Brighton’s Average Mortgage is the Second Highest in the Country

August 12, 2019 |

Graham Greene, author of ‘Brighton Rock’ said that ‘No city…had such a hold on my affections’.  If house prices are anything to go by it seems that this is a view also held by the increasing number of people who … Read More