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| December 18, 2018

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Recycling rates highest on record in Brighton and Hove

November 23, 2018 | 1

Brighton and Hove have the highest level of recycling rate on record with strong plans to continue this upward trend.


New figures today have been released in a report by the Environment, Transport & Sustainability Committee with the city’s recycling … Read More

Suspect wanted for Brighton bank robbery

November 23, 2018 |

Sussex Police are searching for a man suspected in connection to a bank robbery in Brighton yesterday afternoon who claimed to have a weapon.


The man was seen entering the TSB bank on Western Road, Brighton at around 1.40pm on … Read More

Dog dies after falling down gap between train and the platform at Brighton Station

November 22, 2018 | 1

It is believed a dog has sadly died after falling down the gap between the train and the platform at Brighton Railway Station yesterday (21 November).


Local Brighton onlooker Heidi Byner, took to Facebook group Brighton People to share … Read More

Brighton council plans to continue making countryside ‘accessible for all’

November 21, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council will discuss progressing the ten-year plan to improve access to the city’s countryside and open spaces.

The council’s Rights of Way Improvement Plan, which is produced every year, has been constructed following a citywide consultation … Read More

Police seek men in connection with bike theft in Hove

November 21, 2018 | 1

Sussex Police are seeking to identify two young men in connection to the theft of a bicycle in Hove.


The bike is worth £500 and had been locked up outside the King Alfred Leisure Centre on Wednesday 14 November.


CCTV … Read More

Brighton Council Could Scrap Controversial Litter Contract

November 21, 2018 |

The city council are pushing a zero-tolerance attitude on fly-tipping, hoping to bring litter enforcement in Brighton and Hove ‘in-house’ in 2019. Brighton and Hove City Council are in talks to end its litter enforcement contract with controversial company 3GS and … Read More

Get in the Festive Spirit with Late Night Shopping in the North Laine!

November 21, 2018 |

Over 100 of the shops that line the quirky North Laine are set to open until 9pm on 6th December, as part of the annual late night shopping event!


Even the best of us can start feeling slightly overwhelmed … Read More

Concerns Grow for Brighton Pets After Cat is Viciously Stabbed

November 19, 2018 |

There is increased concern for the safety of family pets, as well as wild animals in the Brighton area, after a cat was stabbed in what is believed to be an attempted disembowelling.


Samson’s owner, Seanin Mouland, took to … Read More

Sock Scandal: Vardean School places ban on coloured socks as part of uniform

November 19, 2018 |

Parents of children at local Brighton school Vardean, have started a petition against the school’s new ruling that all socks worn to school must be black.


The new uniform policy comes at a great shock to some children and … Read More

11 year old boy amongst those “seriously injured” in A27 crash this morning

November 19, 2018 |

Police have been at the scene of a major accident on the A27 involving a collision with two cars since around 5.30am this morning. 


A white Vauxhall Vivaro and red Peugeot 308 crashed in Shoreham at the crossroads with … Read More