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Brighton Journal | September 16, 2019

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Local Animal Lovers Hope For Regulations On Year-Round Firework Displays

July 4, 2017 |

As most of us know, fireworks can be particularly distressing to animals, with our cats and dogs alike scampering to safety under the bed on Guy Fawkes’ Night every year. In Brighton however, it’s not just once a year that … Read More

Are Students Costing Sussex Councils Millions?

June 27, 2017 |

Exemption from paying council tax for students is reportedly costing Sussex councils £11 million. People are calling on student landlords to pay up for council tax after figures have shown their exemption is costing the public purse a pretty penny. Figures … Read More

Brighton Housing Scheme To Introduce Fewer Affordable Homes Than Expected

June 22, 2017 |

Yesterday afternoon, Brighton & Hove city council planners met to discuss potential new housing schemes within Brighton & Hove. However, now it seems there will likely be fewer affordable homes than was originally agreed.

The site being discussed is the … Read More

Safety Measures Set To Increase At The Level

June 20, 2017 |

Beloved Brighton park, The Level, is preparing for an increase in security measures to curb anti-social behaviour and promote residents’ safety. The well known green area hosts families, students, dog walkers, runners and skateboarders throughout the warmer months.

The news comes since a recent … Read More

Will Brighton Lose Its Last Free Parking Areas In The City?

June 20, 2017 |

We all know how much of a pain it can be to find a parking spot in the streets of Brighton and usually, when you are lucky enough to squeeze into one before the other car pulls in, you will end … Read More

How Sussex Is Reflecting On The Westminster Attack

March 23, 2017 |

London came to a standstill yesterday when an armed assailant drove his car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before fleeing his vehicle and attacking with knives.

At least 20 people were injured and five lost their lives, including a police … Read More

Good News! Empty Council Buildings to Be Opened to Brighton’s Homeless

January 30, 2017 |

Vacant City Council buildings can now be opened as temporary homeless shelters thanks to a motion passed by Brighton and Hove City Council last Friday (January 26). The move, which is similar to schemes run in Manchester and Bristol, is part … Read More

Council Pour Cold Water on Christmas Day Swim

December 21, 2016 |

Seafront Officers are once again urging residents and visitors to stay away from the sea this Christmas, fearful that people may endanger their lives.

The council will be closing access to the beaches around Brighton Pier on 25 December to … 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