We recently reported on one German electronic musician, well here’s another one!

Last year we covered an unusual concert performance by current Tangerine Dream band member at the Green Door Store in Brighton. He has announced that he is to return to the City but in an unusual venue befitting his style of music. On Friday 22nd March 2019, Schnauss will be...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018 at 11:15 pm

City’s new waste services were ‘set up to fail’

The city’s new trade and garden waste services were “set up to fail” and helped trigger the current bin chaos, councillors heard tonight. A multitude of issues big and small, from staff retention through to 1,000 customers not being billed for the new services,...

Fake Brighton poster artist strikes again

Fake council posters announcing that communal bins will be converted into apartments for rough sleepers have been condemned as vandalism by the city council. Brighton and Hove City Council tweeted this evening to warn people to ignore the “totally false” posters,...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018 at 7:12 pm

Swastika sprayed on Brighton wall

Hate filled vandals sprayed a swastika on the side of a building in Brighton last week. The fascist symbol, complete with the eagle emblem of the Nazi Party, was found by antifascist activists in Providence Place on Friday afternoon. The activists sprayed over it with black...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018 at 5:22 pm

Poster campaign to fight back against hate crime in Brighton and Hove

Concerns about hate crime and extremism will be addressed in a poster campaign on Brighton and Hove buses. Brighton and Hove City Council communities co-ordinator Melinda King told the councillors that a long-term anti-hate crime poster campaign was starting next week. Her report...

New homes to replace Victorian college building in centre of Brighton

Greater Brighton Metropolitan College has submitted plans to build 135 homes on the site of a Victorian school building opposite St Peter’s Church. The Met also wants to extend its tower block on the other side of Pelham Street as part of a £41 million plan to overhaul its...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018 at 3:55 pm

Brighton considers introducing tightest shared house restrictions in the country

The city is considering introducing the tightest restrictions on the growth of shared houses in the country in a bid to stop the “studentification” of neighbourhoods. A public meeting of the Brighton and Hove’s HMO Forum, which meets to discuss the impact of...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018 at 3:05 pm

More cash to help Brighton and Hove schools expand

Extra places are being funded in some of the most popular schools in Brighton and Hove. More than £1 million of developers’ cash and £15 million in “basic need” money from the government will pay for 440 extra places in secondary schools until 2022 as well as...

Period poverty petition persuades councillors to consider free sanitary products in city schools

Free sanitary products may be made available in Brighton and Hove schools after councillors agreed to ask for a report. The move comes after a 1,528-signature petition received cross-party support when it was presented by mum Samantha Whittaker to Brighton and Hove City Council...

Hove policewoman’s pheasant day’s work rescuing lost bird

A policewoman on patrol in Hove encountered her “weirdest job ever” when she helped rescue a pheasant from a Regency balcony. Had a pheasant shift rescuing this lost visitor in town, it ruffled some feathers! Officers flew into action & successfully detained and...
Posted On 09 Oct 2018 at 11:00 am