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Brighton Journal | 26th May 2020

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Pregnancy during Covid-19: Everything you need to know if you’re expecting in this crisis

15th May 2020 |

Pregnancy is for most women a time of bliss and excitement, but in 2020, the spread of Covid-19, may have slightly changed the context.

 

Written by Maria Azzurra Volpe

 

Since the W.H.O. (World Health Organisation) declared COVID-19 (commonly … Read More

Working from home: is this our ‘new normal’?

14th May 2020 |

Written by Laura Ferguson 

Week seven of lockdown and we are starting to feel the strain of working from our living rooms. This remote working routine has perhaps been going on even longer for some, and it is taking its … Read More

Travelling from South to Anatolia – Part 2

14th May 2020 |

Written by Sila Kiss

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” Gustave Flaubert

In my last article we travelled from Fethiye to Antalya. In this article we will start from Antalya, the … Read More

Brighton & Hove: The effects of Covid-19 on our culture and economy

13th May 2020 |

Written by Laura Ferguson 

The effects of Coronavirus on the global economy are undisputed; stock market downturns, declining economic growth and unemployment are just a few of the consequences we encounter as we tackle Covid-19.

The FTSE and Dow … Read More

Living in Lockdown: Running a Digital Marketing Company from Home

12th May 2020 |

Guest Post Written by Asher Downer @ Solution17.

The dreaded coronavirus has hit the United Kingdom extremely hard. Many companies have had to cancel events, meetings and limit face-to-face interactions.

One of the biggest changes that the majority of … Read More

Caravanning Amid Continents: Turkey, From South To Anatolia

9th May 2020 |

Written by Sila Kiss

The weather is hot enough, people are laying on the beach, sipping from their drinks. Nobody is here except the locals or spiritual travellers. This is Fethiye, which has lots of little valleys stretching towards to … Read More

Google Trends During A Pandemic – Who Are We Searching For?

8th May 2020 |

The coronavirus pandemic has changed many aspects of our lives, including our Google searches. This is the first part of a series in which we will be analysing the interests of Brighton residents and the wider UK public since the … Read More

Foodilic reopens for takeaway and delivery

29th April 2020 |

Before the coronavirus pandemic, I reviewed the lovely Foodilic for our Restaurant of the Week feature (which is on hold due to current circumstances). They originally closed down completely, but have now reopened their location on Western Road for takeaways … Read More

Council to reopen Woodvale cemetery grounds – but not for daily exercise!

29th April 2020 |

Woodvale cemetery grounds have been closed to anyone not attending a funeral to remain in line with government guidance since earlier this month. However, now that this guidance has been updated, Brighton & Hove City Council has revealed that the … Read More

Fields in Trust offering virtual park tours across UK

22nd April 2020 |

Fields in Trust, an independent charity dedicated to preserving parks and green spaces for all to enjoy, is offering virtual park tours across the UK.

A statement from their website explains that this is, of course, in direct response to … Read More