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History Centre To Stay Open
Sunday, 21 Feb, 2010 – 11:02 | One Comment

Many were relived to hear that the council’s plan to close the local History Centre has been cancelled. Good to see that the council are taking note of people’s views in the press and through …

The Old Market: Financial History
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 15:09 | 7 Comments
The Old Market: Financial History

After having their planning application for the Old Market rejected Trustees have launched a petition to request money from the local council. Tony Davenport discovers that things are not quite as they seem.

The Old Market: A Tangle of Conflicting Loyalties and Remits
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 15:02 | 4 Comments
The Old Market: A Tangle of Conflicting Loyalties and Remits

Valerie Paynter considers how the city’s conservation groups were undone by one planning application

NHS Whistleblower Wins Award
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 14:49 | No Comment

Margaret Haywood, who was struck off the Nursing Register after she secretly filmed at the Royal Sussex County Hospital and revealed the appalling practices and treatment of the elderly, has been given an award. Ms. …

Brighton and Hove Abandon 
“City of Culture” Bid
Thursday, 10 Dec, 2009 – 14:47 | 2 Comments

There’s pride in your city, and then there’s outright stupidity. Mind you, Liverpool won last time so maybe we were in with a chance.

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?

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 …

Brighton & Hove’s
 New Broom?
Wednesday, 21 Oct, 2009 – 20:35 | No Comment
Brighton & Hove’s
 New Broom?

This month marks the arrival of John Barradell, the new chief executive officer of Brighton and Hove. Mr Barradell was previously the deputy chief executive of Westminster City Council, which boasts the second lowest council …

Ceremony Marks 25th Anniversary 
Of Brighton Hotel Bombing
Wednesday, 21 Oct, 2009 – 19:54 | No Comment
Ceremony Marks 25th Anniversary 
Of Brighton Hotel Bombing

In the early hours of 12 October, 25 years ago, residents of Brighton and Hove were woken by the sound of an explosion. A bomb, planted by the IRA to strike at the heart …