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Sunday, November 29, 2020
The world will never be the same after Covid-19. It has exposed the cracks in our social, political and economic systems. The most pervasive of these cracks being discrimination against women, especially in a world where not a single country has yet reached gender equality. Written by Winnie Liu Although...
Brighton and Hove's Housing and New Homes committee will decide the fate of the construction of 57 new council homes.   If the proposal is approved in the meeting next week, the work will go ahead to build 45 homes on the site in Victoria Road, Portslade, and 12 more to replace...
A man who was arrested, as he was thought to be connected to an alleged attempted child abduction in Crawley Down, has now been released without charge. On Tuesday 30th January at around 4:50pm a man in a car approached a girl walking along Sandhill Lane. This was reported to...
The launch of Monday's emergency timetable for Southern Rail services was hailed by those from inside the company as a measure which would cut down on delays and cancellations - the first step to redemption for the hapless company. It has been anything but. After cutting a staggering 341 trains...
Police are seeking information after an incident on Lewes Road, where a 20-year-old woman was struck in the face and injured. The incident happened on the 22nd of June, near Moulsecoomb Social Club and there will have been several witnesses as people were waiting at the bus stop. Other potential...
A yellow weather warning has been issued across Sussex by the Met. This means that between 3am and 9pm today and all day tomorrow people can expect heavy rain and perhaps some thunder. So get out your umbrellas and wellies...is this be the end of our summer?  
Last Friday, a man was charged with the assault of a Brighton woman, after he pleaded guilty to his crimes at Hove Crown Court.   Marcus Antoniou pleaded guilty to threats to kill and common assault on the victim, a 19-year-old woman on September 4th 2018. It is reported that at...
Ambitious plans from the UK’s Wildlife Trusts to restore and rewild the country’s wetlands could see one of the planet’s biggest flying birds, the Dalmatian pelican, return to British skies.  After establishing strongholds in the marshland deltas of Somerset and East Anglia, the huge birds were eventually hunted to extinction...
The weekend is fast approaching, and if you have left everything til the last minute, don't panic! Brighton Journal is here with a list of some of the best event happening this weekend. Have a read to find out what you'll be doing...
In light of the devastating increase in sexual assault in Brighton, a new community has been formed to protect people walking home at night. Featured image: © Home Safe Brighton Home Safe Brighton is a project to protect people walking home at night. It operates from a closed Facebook group which...