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Brighton
Saturday, April 10, 2021
The Covid pandemic has changed the wants and needs for both businesses and their employees as they seek to maintain or further establish themselves in a new look world.   What was once a race into the city centres to be in the business and technological hubs around the world, has...
Martlets, the local hospice charity, has created two new job opportunities for young people in Brighton and Hove and the surrounding areas to help them gain skills needed for permanent employment.  The charity has roles available for online sales assistants and a digital marketing apprentice. The online sales assistant role is...
As lockdown restrictions were downgraded to mix in groups of six or two households in an outdoor space, masses of people descended onto Brighton Beach looking to take advantage of the warm weather.   Many of the local public made a great attempt over the 4 day holiday to make the...
Immediate action is believed to be needed as long queues for public services such as toilets that are in dirty and damaged states run the risk of turning away the summer travellers. With the Easter weekend bringing thousands of people to the beach as temperatures soared across the city, residents...
There is to be a large amount of elections happening on the 6th of May across England, Scotland and Wales, where about 48 million UK citizens will be voting for over 5,000 different positions of power at all levels. In England alone, there will be 143 local council elections to...
With the government’s roadmap moving along, there is plenty of opportunity to explore the country this summer even if international travel is banned or if you feel like you’d prefer not to take the risks of travelling abroad. Right here in Brighton, there is some of the quirkiest and most...
By Theo Neethling, University of the Free State Recent events in Palma, a town in the volatile Cabo Delgado province in the north of Mozambique, have taken bloodshed in the region to new levels. Dozens of people were killed when hundreds of Islamist militants stormed the town on Wednesday, 25...
The leader of Brighton and Hove’s Labour party has announced that they will be stepping down as the leader of the opposition. Nancy Platts who oversees the East Brighton constituency, has announced that she sees now as the right time to leave her position to focus on her growing business...
Protests have continued as a few hundred people gathered in front of Brighton Police Station to continue to push the ‘Kill The Bill’ protest. Chants and anti-police sentiments such as ‘whose streets? Our streets!’ were heard over a period of hours with police forced to stand outside their own station...
The issues surrounding the large homeless population has continued as councillors debate the possibility of a new homeless bill of rights to protect their interests. Dissent has been raised with the idea due to the worry that allowing such measures to exist would mean fresh impetus for tent pitching and...