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| November 18, 2018

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Mixed responses from Brighton and Hove MPs to Phillip Hammond’s Budget

October 30, 2018 |

MPs from Brighton and Hove constituencies have reacted to Phillip Hammond’s final budget before the country’s exit from the EU yesterday. The Chancellor has claimed the “era of austerity is finally coming to an end” with plans to improve public … Read More

UK Parliament Week: Join Caroline Lucas in Celebrating Female Composers

October 30, 2018 |

Next month, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas will be a guest presenter at ‘Vote 100: Celebrating Women Composers’, an evening of music held to commemorate the centenary of women gaining the vote through democracy in action.

Including work from Lucy … Read More

Vigil held to stand in ‘solidarity’ for victims of Pittsburgh attack in Hove

October 30, 2018 |

A vigil was held last night outside Hove Town Hall to show respect for all those affected by the Pittsburgh attack causing to 11 fatalities.


A six o’clock yesterday evening, it was reported over 70 people attended the vigil … Read More

THIS WEEK: Royal Pavilion Ice Rink opens in Pavilion Gardens

October 29, 2018 |

The most beautiful ice rink in the South East, in the heart of Brighton, is due to open to the public this Saturday 3rd November for another season of winter magic. After winning planning permission last year, the stunning rink … Read More

Gigs of the week: 29th Oct-4th Nov

October 29, 2018 |

This week on the music scene in Brighton and Hove, there are venues across the city hosting amazing bands from all over the world. Genres you can expect from this week range from the dreamy sounds of Indie-Pop, Post-Punk, and … Read More

“I tend to try and look forward”. Artist of the Week – Tony Parsons

October 27, 2018 |

Today’s edition of Brighton Journal’s Artist of the Week explores the life and artwork of the fine artist, Tony Parsons. Tony’s artwork specialises in encapsulating the outdoors, impressionist figurative life work, and landscape paintings.


Tony was born and grew … Read More

“They are making a fantastic big difference to people’s lives”: Brighton welcomes new council housing

October 26, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove City Council announced today the opening of 29 new council homes at Hobby Place on Whitehawk Road.


Residents accompanied Councillor Anne Meadows, chair of the Housing and New Homes Committee at the opening event.


Councillor Meadows … Read More

National Curry Week: Tarka dhal recipe

October 26, 2018 | 1

Brighton and Hove is lucky to be inundated with curry houses dotted all around the city. Whether it’s Maylasian, Indian, or Jamaican, there are well over 200 restaurants offering curry – easily the nation’s favourite takeaway dish. This week … Read More

Hofesh Shechter’s sublime SHOW set to hypnotise Brighton this November

October 26, 2018 |

Shechter’s world renowned contemporary choreography has dazzled international audiences for a decade. The Hofesh Shechter Company inspire freedom of the human spirit explored through a celebration of visceral dance, of which they will bring to the stage at Brighton Dome … Read More

What a load of rubbish! Yet another fly-tip discovered in Brighton

October 25, 2018 |

The issue of fly-tipping has become a common problem over the years in Brighton and Hove. This afternoon, a large fly-tip was discovered in Blackman Street, with rubbish, sharp objects and food waste strewn across the pavement.Read More