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| February 21, 2019

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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

Brighton’s response on Theresa May’s defeat and Brexit chaos

January 16, 2019 |

With the 29th March fast approaching, the huge defeat Theresa May faced yesterday is set to bring even more uncertainty on the future of the country post-Brexit. Jeremy Corbyn called for a vote of no confidence, and if no agreement … Read More

Yesterday’s closure of the Marwood Café was due to a sexual assault

January 16, 2019 |

Following up on the unexpected Marwood café close down yesterday, the Sussex Police spoke out on what happened.

A spokesperson for Sussex Police told the Argus: “We are investigating after a 24-year-old woman was raped in Ship Street, Brighton, during the … Read More

Local café Marwood closed by police

January 15, 2019 |

This morning the local café Marwood was surprisingly closed, as police officers have been seen standing outside and the area was closed to the public.

The Marwood café is a popular “cool” spot in Brighton, so much so that it … Read More

Greens say “time to bin Labour” after mounting waste collection worries

January 11, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove’s Labour council has been accused of breaking their pledge to improve their refuse and recycling service by Green Party councillors.

Delays in waste and recycling collections have mounted over the festive period, with setbacks to the … Read More

Brighton council to discuss increasing support for those in temporary and emergency housing

January 10, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove City Council has emerged new plans to discuss introducing extra support for people in emergency and temporary housing.

New measures will be considered at the Housing & New Homes Committee next week, with around 1,700 households currently … Read More

Have your say on the future of events in Brighton and Hove

January 8, 2019 |

Brighton and Hove City Council is inviting residents to have their say on the future of outdoor festivals and events around the city.

The council has played a major part in ensuring events happen and has commissioned a draft … Read More

Ban and fine for Chelsea fan shouting homophobic abuse at Brighton’s Amex

January 4, 2019 |

A man has been received a three-year ban and a £965 fine after being arrested for shouting homophobic abuse at a football match against Chelsea FC at Brighton’s Amex.

George Bradley, 20, a door-to-door salesman of Dabin Crescent, Greenwich, LondonRead More

Pair could have information on suspected manslaughter attack in Brighton

January 2, 2019 |

Sussex Police are launching an investigation of manslaughter and would like to speak to a man and a woman after a violent confrontation in Brighton.

The pair are believed they may have vital information about the incident along with … Read More

Witness appeal for violent Brighton attack on two men

December 31, 2018 |

Sussex Police have launched an urgent appeal to identify a woman in CCTV images they believed to have witnessed a violent attack against two men in Brighton.

At half past midnight on Thursday 13 September, officers were called to … Read More