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Friday, September 25, 2020
In the generation today fame and fortune are two possessions many young people are openly or secretly craving and aiming for, from the fancy lifestyle of being in one beautiful city to another, rubbing shoulders with other rich and famous faces and the luxury of being able to do...
This week, I had the pleasure of visiting Brighton & Hove’s brand new vegan hotspot - Really Happy Chicken on Preston Street. Not only do they serve delicious vegan fried chicken, they’re also passionate about innovation and activism. The more you learn about this place, the more you will be...
Local blind resident, Keith Turner, 52, has taken on the massive challenge of rowing a marathon in his living room to raise money for Martlets.  Speaking candidly, Keith, who lives in East Brighton, shared that this is not a challenge he's excited about, but he's doing it for an important...
Gender should not be a factor on whether a person would make a good manager or not. What should be considered is an individual’s abilities, their ideas, and their personality traits, despite this, the gender gap in managerial positions continues even in 2020. Statistics continue to show that even...
Last month, Amazon announced plans to massively expand its online grocery delivery service, Amazon Fresh.  Having operated in London and the Home Counties for several years with little fanfare, Amazon has promised wider availability in major UK cities by the end of the year, with Brighton set to be included...
Exams, graduation ceremonies and classes were all cancelled for final year University students of 2020 and many of this year’s graduates finished their degrees online. The last weeks of final year of University should be a time of celebration, a time when all those essays and dissertations have been...
Last Thursday, thousands of A-Level students were left dissapointed on results day, after many saw their grades substantially lowered by the government's controversial new moderation system.  Amidst the disappointment, one sixth-form student at Brighton Aldridge Community Academy (BACA) enjoyed a rather more positive day. After securing his place at university with...
Local glass blowing business and teaching studio, Brighton Glass, has launched a Crowdfunder in an effort to keep the business alive after receiving no financial support from the Government during the Covid-19 pandemic. Gordon Kay, the founder of Brighton Glass, says Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC), decided that his...
  The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a unique experiment in mass homeworking. It’s the first time since before the industrial revolution that most people are working in the same space that they live. While just 5% of the UK labour force worked from home in 2019, by April 2020 this...
On the 7th July, Johnny Depp’s libel trial was set in motion. The 57-year-old actor was suing News Group Newspapers and The Sun’s executive editor, Dan Wootton. He’s suing The Sun after they published an article calling him a ‘wife beater’. The article referred to allegations made by Amber...