Ducking Punches returning to Brighton for a night of boisterous revelry

Ducking Punches are a 4-piece punk rock band made up of Dan Allen, Pete Wright, Marcus Gooda and Ryan Hillier. They hail from Norwich and have impressively played nearly 1,000 live shows in their career so far. They are heading back to Brighton on Saturday 24th November and will...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018 at 11:29 pm

The most righteous, triumphant, Rock‘n’Roll new music tour is back in Brighton

‘This Feeling Alive UK Tour 2018’ will be arriving at the Green Door Store in Brighton on Tuesday 27th November. This time around the headline act will be Trampolene. Trampolene are a Welsh alternative rock band hailing from Swansea, who are now based in London. They are Jack...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018 at 9:38 pm

Homes approved for old school and playing field

Ninety-three homes have been approved on the site of a former prep school in Rottingdean despite hundreds of objections from neighbours. Opponents of the scheme packed the public gallery at Hove Town Hall as the future of their village was decided by Brighton and Hove City...

More ex-council flat owners warned of eye-watering bills for building works

Owners of more ex-council flats in blocks in Brighton have been warned they are facing bills of tens of thousands of pounds for major works. Last month, 20 leaseholders on the Bristol Estate settled with Brighton and Hove City Council over £28,000 bills for similar works ahead of...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018 at 3:24 pm

Have you ever thought of becoming a councillor?

Anyone thinking of becoming a councillor in Brighton and Hove is invited to learn what the role involves at a public meeting next month. With local elections due to take place next May, Brighton and Hove City Council is keen to encourage people from a broad range of backgrounds...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018 at 2:13 pm

Plans to charge 30p to spend a penny in public loos back on the table

A charge for using public toilets is back on the cards three months after councillors rejected the idea. In July, Green and Conservative members of Brighton and Hove City Council’s Policy, Resources and Growth Committee voted down proposals to charge people 30p to spend a...

City centre roads closed as helicopter works on Dome roof

A helicopter hovering over the Dome this morning could be heard for miles as it lowered two dry air coolers into position . Any idea what this #helicopter is doing over #Brighton? pic.twitter.com/s4ekKiuxE4 — David Preece-Phillips (@preecephillips) October 10, 2018 Church Street...
Posted On 10 Oct 2018 at 8:49 am