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Brighton Journal | June 19, 2019

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Council Announces Fortnight Autumn Term Break for Schools

July 15, 2016 |

Brighton & Hove City Council have today announced they are extending the autumn half term in the academic year 2017 to 2018 from one week to a fortnight.

Traditionally all half term breaks have been just the one week, but, … Read More

Card Cloaker Machine Found on Brighton Store’s ATM

July 15, 2016 |

What police believe to be a card skimming device has been recovered from a cash machine outside the Co-Operative store on Lewes Road Brighton. Police were alerted to the device after three people had reported problems with the cash machine. … Read More

Brighton Celebrates National #TableTennisDay

July 14, 2016 |

Local Brightonian’s are today been celebrating National Table Tennis Day down on Brighton seafront.

As part of National Table Tennis Day sponsors have put up even more tables on Brighton seafront for players to use throughout today.

Brighton, having been selected … Read More

Goodbye to Brighton’s Blemish

July 14, 2016 |

Redevelopment company First Base plan to ameliorate the Preston Park area with planned replacement of ‘Brighton’s ugliest building’

Development company First Base famous for their work in East Village, Stratford which was used for the Olympic Games  along with Hyde Housing … Read More

Violent Gang Attacks in Central Brighton Area

July 14, 2016 |

Police are investigating what appears to have been a series of connected assaults in the central Brighton area on Saturday morning.

One man, a 23-year-old victim has said he now feels afraid to leave his home following on from the … Read More

i360 Postponed: Brighton News Roundup!

July 13, 2016 |

On the day that Britain got a new Prime Minister in the form of Theresa May, Brighton had a very busy day. Loads happened, so here is a roundup of all the days headlines to make sure you’re not out … Read More

Brighton Tories Rejoice as Sussex’s Theresa May heads to Number 10

July 13, 2016 |

As a student town, it is no surprise that ‘Conservative’ is something of a dirty word around these parts. 

The Brighton Pavilion MP is from the Green Party, Labour have taken hold of the Council, the overwhelmingly liberal agenda of … Read More

New timetable, Same Old Southern: Train Delays Continue

July 13, 2016 |

The launch of Monday’s emergency timetable for Southern Rail services was hailed by those from inside the company as a measure which would cut down on delays and cancellations – the first step to redemption for the hapless company. It … Read More

Corbyn Cancels on Brighton: July 13 News Roundup

July 12, 2016 |

The weather has hardly been summery today and that isn’t set to stop – but loads happened in the city anyway. Here is a quick roundup of all the days headlines in case you were out of the loop!

Brighton … Read More

A Missing Woman and a Wanted Man – Police Roundup 12th July

July 12, 2016 |

Sussex Police consistently perform their duties admirably, however they often need your help. See if you can provide any information on the following incidents over the last few days.

Police today issued a plea for any information regarding a collision between … Read More