Teenager punched unconscious in fight in Brighton

An 18-year-old was knocked unconscious during a fight on New Year’s Day in Brighton. He was taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Eastern Road, Brighton, with head injuries. Three men have been arrested by Sussex Police on suspicion of assault causing grievous bodily harm...
Posted On 04 Jan 2011 at 5:56 pm

Hove MP calls for boundary signs to help preserve town's identity

New road signs announcing that people are entering Hove could be put up to help keep the town’s identity distinct from Brighton. Hove MP Mike Weatherley told the Hove People website that he has had his first meeting with Brighton and Hove City Council to discuss his idea. He...
Posted On 04 Jan 2011 at 5:14 pm

Brighton car owners wake to find tow trucks clearing street on new year bank holiday

Motorists in Brighton had a nasty shock on the new year’s bank holiday when council traffic wardens turned up to tow their cars. People living in Jersey Street, Hanover, were stunned when they awoke yesterday to find their cars being loaded on to the back on trucks. The cars had...
Posted On 04 Jan 2011 at 4:49 pm

Smash EDO protesters to hold noise demo in Brighton today

Smash EDO campaigners are planning another protest outside the EDO MBM Technology factory in Brighton this afternoon. Activists are promising to hold a “noise demo” outside the premises in Home Farm Road, Moulsecoomb, from 4pm to 6pm today. The Smash EDO website says: “EDO should...
Posted On 04 Jan 2011 at 5:55 am

Brighton playgroup moves into new home

Children and staff at a Brighton playgroup are looking forward to starting the new year in a new building. Hollingbury Park Playgroup in Ditchling Road, Brighton, has been based in a hut next to where their new building has been put up. They have been in their temporary home...
Posted On 04 Jan 2011 at 5:35 am

Free help for parents in Hangleton and Portslade

Courses are being held in Hangleton and Portslade to offer parents the chance to learn how to deal with their children’s bad behaviour. The free courses – called the Triple P Positive Parenting Programme – start this month and last for eight weeks. They are being held at...
Posted On 04 Jan 2011 at 5:30 am
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