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Petition launched pressuring council to make Brighton events plastic-free by 2020

November 9, 2018 | 1

Brighton Journal spoke to Carole Mortimer, a Green Party Volunteer who launched the petition in a bid to make all Brighton events plastic free by 2020.

 

A petition has been launched calling upon Brighton and Hove City Council and organisers … Read More

Skaters say Police at The Level has made huge ‘difference’ to area

November 9, 2018 |

An increase of police appearances at The Level in Brighton has transformed the area for many people using the skatepark.

 

With recent issues surrounding drugs, anti-social behaviour, and threats of violence, one skater claimed the police stationed in the … Read More

Brighton Council CCTV operator jailed over indecent images of children

November 6, 2018 |

A CCTV operator for Brighton and Hove City Council has been found guilty of possession of indecent images of children after a Sussex Police investigation.

 

Anthony East, 68, of Balcombe Road, Peacehaven, was sentenced to 16 months in prison … Read More

“Abducted” Girl Found Safe and Well at Home After City-Wide Search

November 6, 2018 |

CCTV footage released by Sussex Police of the father thought to have abducted his own daughter, before taking her to her home.

 

Yesterday afternoon, a city wide alert was put after a member of the public reported to have … Read More

Man Charged After Pleading Guilty to Brighton Assault

November 5, 2018 |

Last Friday, a man was charged with the assault of a Brighton woman, after he pleaded guilty to his crimes at Hove Crown Court.

 

Marcus Antoniou pleaded guilty to threats to kill and common assault on the victim, a … Read More

Bus shelters in Brighton and Hove to undergo city-wide transformation

November 2, 2018 |

Brighton and Hove’s bus shelters are receiving a digital restoration by replacing the fifty existing static advertising panels with digital advertising screens.

 

The Digital Shelter Project, in partnership between Brighton and Hove City Council and Out of Home media owner Clear Channel, … Read More

‘Mutations Festival’ announce return to Brighton after four year gap

October 30, 2018 |

Mutations Festival have announced their return today after a four-year gap for a one-day music event in the new year.

 

Local music promoter, One Inch Badge, and record label, Small Pond, have teamed up to revive the music festival … 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

Police seek man for spitting in woman’s face in Brighton

October 24, 2018 | 1

A young man is wanted for questioning by Sussex Police after a woman reported being spat in the face in the Brighton city centre.

 

The nineteen-year-old woman was waiting at one of the bus stops by Old Steine with a … Read More

Police hunt road rage driver in Brighton

October 17, 2018 |

Sussex Police have issued an appeal looking for a driver who caused damage to a vehicle in a road rage incident in Brighton earlier this month.

 

It has been reported a woman pulling out of Woodland Way into Surrenden Road, Brighton … Read More