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Saturday, June 19, 2021
Two bombs believed to have been on Brighton's coast since World War II will be detonated this summer after being discovered during works to build the Rampion Wind Farm. The Rampion Offshore Wind Farm is an 116 turbine farm project to be built 13km off the Sussex coast by 2018....
Brighton's Prince Regent Swimming Complex could be forced to close down unless vital repairs are made to its air conditioning units. With over 327,000 annual visitors coming to the complex each year the Prince Regent is amongst the cities most popular sporting facilities. The site contains a 25m competition pool,...
The middle of the week is more often than not what feels like the longest day. If you've been working hard and not had a chance to catch up on the days headlines, fear not. Here are all the talking points from today in Brighton and Hove.  A mother and...
Here at Brighton Journal, we've vociferously covered the atrocious service provided by Southern Railway. Having brought the latest news and stories from in and around the protests as well as updating our readers on strike action, it's become something of a duty to let people vent their grief and...
Much has been made of the potential ramifications of the UK's impending departure from the EU. Indeed, you're probably sick to death of hearing about what the so-called Brexit would mean for immigration, the economy and trade. But Brighton specifically appears to have been caught in the mire despite...
Police are growing concerned today over the disappearance of a Southwick mother and her two daughters.  Rachel Bouchaib, 37, and her daughters Zara, 12, and Safiyyah, 10, were last seen on Southwick Beach on Saturday (2 July) at around 7.45pm.  Since then the group have not been seen and the father...
Recently, Brighton has seemed to be demonstration central. There have been trains strikes from both Southern Union members to commuters, to Remainers to Leavers. It has been a really busy month in the Brighton bubble.  There was another strike today, but instead of it being over train timetables it was...
On the day all the schools were shut, loads happened in Brighton and Hove. Here is a quick round up of all the headlines to keep you up to date.  Hundreds of people backed a march through Brighton as the NUT called a strike over pay disputes. Following the closure of...
News first broke of Brighton's darker underbelly in March last year where the Argus reported around £600,000 worth of narcotics had been seized and 16 had been arrested as part of drug cartel which had been smashed by the city's top detectives. Sussex Police finally released details of the sentences...