At last! After 84 years of trying Brighton & Hove Albion win at Arsenal

 Arsenal 1 Brighton & Hove Albion 2 Brilliant Brighton & Hove Albion beat Arsenal in London for the first time since the clubs first met in 1935. Adam Webster put the Seagulls ahead, as Aaron Connolly just failed to connect to a Pascal Gross corner. Webster stabbed the...
Posted On 05 Dec 2019 at 10:11 pm

Brighton i360 sent £312k repayment to council by mistake

The bosses of the Brighton i360 sent a loan repayment of £312,000 to Brighton and Hove City Council by mistake. The sum should have been paid to the i360’s other main creditor, the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership, and the council has agreed to pass on the payment to...

Half time with Hodges – Arsenal 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 1

Superb Albion lead Arsenal at the Emirates and the Seagulls have quite frankly battered the home team. Adam Webster’s goal separates the teams after a Pascal Gross corner saw Aaron Connolly just fail to connect in the area. Webster stabbed the ball home. Maty Ryan made a great...
Posted On 05 Dec 2019 at 9:08 pm

Extra flats to be built at Brighton ‘party’ block

Planners have granted permission for four more flats to be built on top of a block in Brighton despite concerns about noisy parties. Independent councillor Bridget Fishleigh spoke out about the plans to build an extra floor for one of the blocks at the Avalon complex, on the...

Planners turn down plans for six-bed shared house in Brighton

Planners rejected a proposal to turn a family home into a shared house because they were concerned about noise from too many students living in a small area. The landlord John Wright wanted to turn the three-bedroom property in Standean Close, Coldean, into a six-bedroom house in...

Gin bar could lose licence over cocaine, heroin and meth

A popular bar faces losing its alcohol licence after police repeatedly found traces of cocaine and heroin there. Routine swab tests at The Gin Tub in Church Road, Hove, found traces of cocaine, heroin and methylamphetamine in toilets and even on the bars. Police have requested a...

Police investigate whether Hove pensioner died as result of ‘road rage’

Police are investigating whether a Hove pensioner died as the result of a “road rage” row after a minor crash in Shoreham. The 75-year-old man may have suffered a “medical episode” – possibly a heart attack – while he was being confronted by the 28-year-old driver of another car....
Posted On 05 Dec 2019 at 1:56 pm

Council asks police to toughen up graffiti punishments after tagger gets caution

The council asking police to toughen up its punishments for graffiti vandals after a tagger who admitted scrawling his name over the city 80 times was given a caution and a day’s unpaid work. The 22-year-old was caught scrawling the LABR tag across shops in North Street in...
Posted On 05 Dec 2019 at 1:32 pm

Armed robber holds up Peacehaven store at knifepoint

An armed robber stole cash from the till of a Peacehaven shop at knifepoint, Sussex Police said. The force said: “Detectives investigating a knifepoint robbery at Ashington Stores in Ashington Gardens, Peacehaven, are appealing for any witnesses or people with information to come...
Posted On 05 Dec 2019 at 1:13 pm

Drug dealer jailed after police find ‘sweet shop’ of cannabis in his flat

A cannabis dealer whose collection of dismantled fireworks sparked a bomb scare when police raided his house has now been jailed for his cannabis “sweet shop”. When police raided Kim Wijesuriya’s house in Ditchling Rise on October 2, they found substances...
Posted On 05 Dec 2019 at 12:55 pm
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