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Brighton Journal | 9th December 2019

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Airbnb Listings Just Under a Third of the Size of Brighton’s Hotel Sector

10th July 2018 |

Airbnb has seen a huge surge in popularity in recent years. It often gives guests the opportunity to find far cheaper rooms, often in places where there is no viable form of accommodation. It also gives hosts a chance … Read More

N1 & N5 Bus Routes Cancelled As After-Dark Public Transport Sees Decline In Use

16th January 2018 |

The N1 and N5 night bus routes had their service cancelled recently as the city’s after-dark public transport options were reportedly being underused for them to make financial sense.

The bus company says that some of the routes are used very … Read More

North Street Closure

18th September 2017 |

An eight week program of scheduled repairs is underway on Brighton’s North St. A central artery for traffic moving across town in between Hove and Kemptown, the closure is expected to disrupt public transport links, diverting buses down to the … Read More

Eurostar Are Having A Sale!

25th August 2017 |

Today is Eurostars busiest day for departures with over 13,000 people travelling to Europe and 142,000 passengers travelling on the Eurostar in total over the Bank Holiday Weekend.

This is an 8% rise on last year. Of course, Paris is … Read More

Going To Venice…Alone?

18th July 2017 |

Recently I took a vacation to Venice… alone.

A couple of years ago people would have gasped if I even uttered that phrase. A young woman travelling to Italy, not just Italy but Venice an extremely romantic city, alone? It … Read More

Humans of Brighton – Meet Dunstan The Traveller

28th May 2017 |

Hello Dunstan, nice to meet you! Can you tell me a bit about you? Yes, of course. My name is Dunstan Harris and I’m 24 years old. I was born in London but now I live in Brighton.

What do you … Read More

Meet Jake Denham, Brighton’s very own ‘adventurepreneur’ on a mission to help people rediscover their inner child

16th April 2017 |

Guest post by Lucy Maddox

“We like to think of ourselves as free-range humans” Jake tells me as we chat about his leap into ‘adventurepreneurship’.

Jake Denham and his best friend Kim Slade are the founders of Unknown … Read More

Commuting Just Got Creative! Win Free Travel with the B and H Buses Artist in Residency Project

25th January 2017 |

When you ride a Brighton and Hove bus, you don’t usually expect to be made into a work of art. But this month, the transport company has teamed up with local artist Lou Theodore for their artist in residency project. … Read More

Good News! Next Week’s Southern Strikes are Suspended

18th January 2017 |

After nine months of strikes, industrial action due to take place on Southern Rail services on the 24, 25 and 26 of January has been suspended.

Members of Aslef were due to walk out for three days next week over … Read More

Old Steine Cordoned Off Following Fatal Accident

11th January 2017 |

A pedestrian sadly died last night after being hit by a car involved in a police chase. Officers are still collecting evidence from the scene, so commuters this morning faced chaos on the roads as Old Steine was cordoned off … Read More