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Brighton Journal | 23rd January 2020

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Watch: Sussex Student Documentary Campaigns for Fair Rent

6th February 2017 |

It’s no secret that renting in Brighton is not cheap, especially when you’re on a student budget. After finding the University of Sussex made three million pounds profit from its housing services in the last three years, a group of … Read More

Should Seagulls Be Culled? Parliament to Debate ‘Aggressive’ Birds

6th February 2017 |

Parliament will discuss concerns over “aggressive” seagulls tomorrow, after Conservative MP Oliver Colvile secured a 90-minute debate on “seagulls in coastal towns and cities”.

All gull species currently enjoy protected status in the UK, but some people have called … Read More

Bags of Love for Brighton’s Homeless on Valentine’s Day

6th February 2017 |

Tucked away in Baker Street, All for Love and Love for All (ALALA) raises money to support children who have been affected by natural disasters. The charity’s team have worked on many projects abroad but this month they are going … Read More

Good News! No More Aslef Strikes on Southern (Hopefully)

2nd February 2017 |

The train drivers Union Aslef has reached a deal with Southern Rail potentially putting and end to some of the strikes that have plagued the rail operator.

Aslef and the RMT unions have been striking over changes to the roles … Read More

Photos: New Benedict Cumberbatch Movie Shoots at Brighton Pavilion

2nd February 2017 |

Crowds have gathered at Brighton Pavilion for the shooting of a new movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch.

Those hoping to spot the Sherlock star were left disappointed. However, the onlookers were entertained by the appearance of a Llama and Zebra.

One … Read More

Gogglebox Star to Open Vegan Charity Shop in Hove

1st February 2017 |

Louis Michael from Gogglebox will open the Dr Hadwen Trust’s new vegan charity shop in Hove this February.

The Dr Hadwen Trust (DHT) is a UK charity which supports non-animal medical research. This will be their second shop, … Read More

Good News! The South Downs can Seriously Improve your Health

1st February 2017 |

Living by the sea has been scientifically proven to boost your health. TheĀ ocean view, the fresh air rolling off the waves, and the feeling of calm are all contributing factors. But residents of Brighton and Hove can boost their health … Read More

The Cyclist Shuts its Doors for Good Over Southern Strikes

1st February 2017 |

Staff at The Cyclist Refreshment Room in Brighton station say the railway pub has had to close due to the Southern Rail dispute. The management announced the pub’s permanent closure on the business Facebook page yesterday morning. The post read: … Read More

Some of the Best Signs From Last Night’s Anti-Trump Protest

31st January 2017 |

An estimated 1,500 protesters took to Brighton’s streets last night to oppose changes to the United States’ immigration laws.

The protest started outside the town hall and continued in a march around the city.

Here are some of our favourite … Read More

Commuter Chaos: Prepare for Delays on the Buses

31st January 2017 |

After months of disruption on the rails, the managing director of Brighton and Hove Buses is warning commuters their journeys are set to take longer. Martin Harris says roadworks have already seen the average bus journey time increase by 13 … Read More