Missing Peacehaven girl found in Brighton

A missing schoolgirl from Peacehaven has been found safe and well in Brighton, police said today (Tuesday 17 September). Sussex Police issued a public appeal for help to find 13-year-old Keira Puriwal yesterday. She went missing from her home on Saturday. The force said this...
Posted On 17 Sep 2019 at 9:10 pm

The Men They Couldn’t Hang set to return to Sussex

The Men They Couldn’t Hang (TMTCH) came together in 1984 to perform at the alternative music festival in Camden Town alongside the legendary Pogues and the Boothill Foot-Tappers. TMTCH came about as a result of Paul Simmonds, Philip ‘Swill’ Odgers and his...
Posted On 17 Sep 2019 at 6:45 pm

Ska coming to Brighton with The Silencerz & Dakka Skanks

Listen up ska and reggae fans, here’s a date for your diary – Saturday 5th October 2019 from 20:00-23:30 up at The Prince Albert, 48 Trafalgar Street, BN1 4ED Brighton, where The Silencerz and Dakka Skanks will be performing their uplifting sets. The Silencerz are a...

The Pink Diamond Revue heads to ‘The Albert’

The Pink Diamond Revue and How To Live have both announced that they will be performing a gig together here in Brighton up at The Prince Albert on Sunday 15th December 2019. The Brighton & Hove News Music Team delve a little deeper to see exactly what this is all about! The...
Posted On 17 Sep 2019 at 5:25 pm

Council golf courses up for sale

Brighton’s two council-owned golf courses are up for sale following a decision to explore other uses for them. The number of people using Hollingbury and Waterhall Golf courses has dwindled in recent years and in June, councillors approved plans to advertise the leaseholds...
Posted On 17 Sep 2019 at 10:09 am

Three Brighton fire crews tackle blaze at Newhaven scrap metal site

Three fire crews from Brighton were sent to tackle a blaze at a scrap metal site in Newhaven yesterday (Monday 16 September). Firefighters from Preston Circus and Roedean joined colleagues from Newhaven and Lewes to deal with what was described as “a deep-seated fire”. The aerial...
Posted On 17 Sep 2019 at 9:17 am

Councillors praise Brighton’s first UN accredited ‘climate change’ teacher

A junior school teacher has been praised for becoming the first accredited “climate change” teacher in Brighton and Hove. Emily Defries, at Patcham Junior School, is to receive a formal letter of congratulations from Brighton and Hove City Council after taking the e-learning...

Brighton venue’s neighbour complains about noise, fights and anti-social behaviour

A late-night venue in Brighton must wait to find out whether it can have a new premises licence after a neighbour complained about noise, fights and anti-social behaviour. Warren Francis also said that people had been seen urinating near No 32, formerly Havana, in Duke Street,...