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Written by Winnie Liu We seem to have a rather arrogant quality in our modern times, as we truly appear to think we have reached the epitome of human success in society. People may lament the poor choices of the young, such as listening to dreadful music, but the young may...
Around two years ago, Charlotte Lillington started @brighton.streets, an Instagram account dedicated to capturing the beautiful, lively, and unique streets of Brighton. Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, she has continued to photograph the city, however in a much less lively state than usual. Charlotte is a 26...
The Covid-19 pandemic has been tough on many but the community spirit of Brighton and Hove has put it on the map. Found to be some of the most willing to lend a hand in the UK, residents in Brighton can be proud of the way they have come...
It is undeniable that NHS staff have been working tirelessly during the Covid-19 crisis to save lives and they all deserve a break. Project Wingman, run by airline staff, is one of the initiatives set up to give NHS workers the time out that they deserve.   What is Project Wingman...
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 start of the year in relation to Covid-19. There will...
Nestled in the Sussex Low Weald, just seven miles south of Horsham, is Knepp Estate. Since 2001, this 3,500 acre estate, once intensively farmed, has been devoted to a pioneering "rewilding" project.  For many years, traditional farming at Knepp had failed to deliver profits, driving the Estate's owners to think...
This week, I spoke to the brilliant Angela Saini, author of the multi-award winning Superior, a rigorous and powerful study of the resurgence of race science in the 21st century.  Angela was due to speak at this year's Brighton Festival, which has unfortunately been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis. Among...
Brighton photographer JJ Waller has been using his daily exercise time to document life in lockdown, taking pictures of people marooned at home through their windows and front-doors. Since launching the project shortly after lockdown measures were enforced, Waller has been featured in the Guardian and on the local news,...
On Sunday 15th March, Rob Auton performed his newest show, The Time Show, at The Old Market. As we are in unprecedented times, I was unsure if I’d be the only one to show up. However, Rob managed to fill the main room at least 80%, mostly with people...
Community and voluntary organisations working to support the most vulnerable residents of Brighton & Hove will receive help from the council's new Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency fund. A total of £150,000 has been put forward by the council in an effort to support the organisations facing unexpected costs as a result...