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Article Archive for September 2009

Letters: Gill Mitchell Is A Moaner
Sunday, 20 Sep, 2009 – 12:53 | No Comment

If prizes were issued for hypocrisy, then surely Gill Mitchell, leader of the Labour group of councillors, would win the contest by a mile.
In The Argus (26th August) she has the gall to suggest the …

Letters: National Readerships
Sunday, 20 Sep, 2009 – 11:51 | No Comment

On clearing my loft I came across an old newspaper cutting which had amused me when it was published in the late 60s and looking at it again I thought that even today it would …

Letters: Public Sector Workers
Sunday, 20 Sep, 2009 – 11:04 | No Comment

Molly of Arundel Terrace wonders about the calibre of people running CityClean (Letters, Issue 12). I can tell you this much, headed by the ghastly Gillian Marston, with their perks and pensions sewn up a …

Letters: Developments On The Marina
Sunday, 20 Sep, 2009 – 11:01 | No Comment

How many citizens of Brighton and Hove, and the many tourists who visit our seafront, realise that the famous White Cliffs of Dover start right here in Kemp Town?
The views of the cliffs with the …

Letters: Recycling Heaven
Sunday, 20 Sep, 2009 – 10:56 | No Comment

I just wanted to write to express my irritation about the amount of negativity towards fly-tipping often expressed by your readers, by these people who have nothing better to get upset about than communal bins …

Developments On The Seafront
Friday, 18 Sep, 2009 – 17:30 | 10 Comments
Developments On The Seafront

Most residents know that a viewing pod on a pole, cunningly labelled the “i360” to suggest it is cool, is scheduled to be built any time now, on the seafront, up where the West Pier …