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Article Archive for November 2009

Crumbs of Sussex
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 14:12 | No Comment
Crumbs of Sussex

Fresh local produce delivered directly to your door? It sounds to good to be true, but in every sense, Crumbs of Sussex delivers the goods

Royal Alex Update
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:31 | No Comment
Royal Alex Update

Brighton and Hove City Council claim to be making a concerted effort to consult local residents on the future of the Royal Alex site. But are they?

Piggyback Man Convicted
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:28 | 2 Comments

Kieron Bobbette, a 44-year old from Victory Mews, Brighton Marina has been slapped with a Sexual Offences Prevention Order which bans him from jumping onto the backs of young ladies and demanding a piggyback ride. …

Tories Hold Open Primary For Some Strange Reason
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:26 | No Comment

With a general election on the horizon all the political parties are getting geared up in the centre of town. The Tories have decided to do something rather different though — they intend to hold …

Council Tax Set To Be Lowest In Sussex
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:24 | No Comment

Council Tax rises across Sussex are set to be the lowest ever, with rises only up to 3%. Conservative-led Brighton and Hove City Council are aiming for 2.5% in their budget. Councillor Jan Young, the …

Communal Bins Overflow
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2009 – 12:14 | No Comment
Communal Bins Overflow

I cannot claim to be surprised by the stacking up of refuse around the communal bins all over the centre of the city. Councillor Gill Mitchell, who was Labour chair of the environment committee which …