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What Can You Leave Your Home For?

Ever since the announcement of a new, more transmittable version of coronavirus spreading across the south, the whole country had been slowly moving back...

How Password education should be age-appropriate

Children are increasingly being exposed to, and using, technology from a very young age. This has never been more true than in 2020 when...

How Uganda Social media giants seized the narrative in Uganda’s elections.

For months, Ugandans have witnessed a vicious presidential election campaign without precedent. While the incumbent, Yoweri Museveni, has enjoyed free rein on the campaign...

COVID-19 immunity: how long does it last?

Millions of people across the world have been infected with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Countries are also now embarking on massive vaccination...

Brighton survive late scare to beat Newport on penalties in the FA cup

Albion goalkeeper Jason Steele redeemed himself with four penalty saves as Brighton beat Newport 4-3 in an penalty shootout, following a captivating 1-1 draw. Steele's...

Artist of the Week: Gareth Hayward

This week Brighton Journal spoke to Gareth Hayward, whose semi-abstract atmospheric paintings explore imagined landscapes. Gareth leaves areas of his landscapes 'unfinished or blurred',...

How realistic is the Prime Minister’s 6-week timeframe for lockdown No.3 and the rollout...

After three national lockdowns and numerous attempts at a tiered restriction system, it is fair to say we are no strangers to Boris Johnson’s...

Eating through depression with cooking – my experience

Ok, how do we talk about this? I mean, there is a generation who did not recognise or discuss mental health. Why would anyone? Back then,...

Social Connections Amidst A Global Pandemic

2020 was a year many of us are happy to have left behind. Whatever mindset we are bringing into 2021, it is worth stopping...

Why some young Nigerians are using cannabis as a normal part of life

Cannabis is illegal in Nigeria. Its production, distribution and use are criminalised by local laws. Cultivated mostly in southern Nigeria, the drug is affordable...

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