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Brighton Journal | 28th May 2020

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Is the i360 in trouble?

24th July 2019 |

After news emerged this week that the council have had to defer a loan repayment from the i360, it sparks debate as to whether the 162 metre observation tower is in trouble.

Having missed £1.342 million of a scheduled payment … Read More

Scheme is trialled to recover millions of unpaid council tax

24th July 2019 |

Within the last financial year from April 2018 – 2019, £5.7 million of council tax was unpaid locally. Brighton and Hove are now trialling a new scheme to tackle those who are not paying council tax. The council, made up … Read More

Amendments to the councils employment procedure helps ensure more jobs for refugees

15th July 2019 |

After an intervention between Green councillors last week, refugees in Brighton may be given more help from Brighton and Hove City Council when trying to find work in the city.

Council chiefs were asked to look at ways … Read More

What’s on in Brighton this weekend: 14-16 June

13th June 2019 |

Friday

Short Stories, Tall Tales: 2 Shows

At Ropetackle Arts Centre with two shows at 11am and 1:30pm is a lively stortelling experience for babies, toddlers, parents and carers. Actress and mum Hannah Summers brings classic and modern stories to … Read More

What’s on in Brighton and Hove: 11th-13th January

10th January 2019 |

Brighton and Hove is a cultural web attracting artists to perform various disciplines in art, music, film, and more. As always, we have highlighted some of these key events occurring around the city this weekend, along with the last day … Read More

Brighton council to discuss increasing support for those in temporary and emergency housing

10th January 2019 |

Brighton and Hove City Council has emerged new plans to discuss introducing extra support for people in emergency and temporary housing.

New measures will be considered at the Housing & New Homes Committee next week, with around 1,700 households currently … Read More

What’s on in Brighton: 21st-23rd December

20th December 2018 |

Brighton and Hove still has lots of activities to offer this weekend in the lead up to Christmas. In between your last minute gift and food shopping, why not try one of the festive workshops, a final visit to Santa, … Read More

New Brighton venue ‘taking shape’ on seafront

19th December 2018 |

Brighton’s Shelter Hall dates back to the end of the nineteenth century, and has always been a complex structure as it supports both the seafront road and the promenade. 

Reconstruction of Shelter Hall is in motion to create a new … Read More

“I love the trance state I get into when I’m painting.” Artist of the Week: Danni Emery

16th December 2018 | 1

Inspired by a visit to markets in Melbourne five years ago, Danni Emery explains how her incredibly compact and special art form was initially conceived.

When we think of art many of us think immediately of conventional forms like … Read More

Drugs worth thousands of pounds seized from raids in Brighton

14th December 2018 |

Brighton police officers have confiscated thousands of pounds worth of drugs and money from several drug-related arrests across the city this week.

Large quantities of cocaine and cannabis intended for supply were seized this week in addition to suspected packets of … Read More