Albion can’t cut into Blades defence

Albion couldn’t overcome Chris Wilder’s resolute and regimented Sheffield United. Ollie McBurnie’s first-half goal which deflected in off the post was enough to see off Albion John Eagan put United ahead after 11 minutes but his effort was ruled out by VAR for handball. Neal...
Posted On 21 Dec 2019 at 10:51 pm

Gorgeous bittersweet euphoric pop of Piroshka hits Sussex

PIROSHKA + WINTER GARDENS + EVA KATHARINA – THE PIPER, HASTINGS 20.12.19 I can remember first hearing about the new ‘supergroup’ Piroshka back in the Spring when they were flagged up in The Great Escape list of acts. It was one of those ‘blimey really’ moments and was most...
Posted On 21 Dec 2019 at 7:10 pm

Half time with Hodges – Brighton & Hove Albion 0 Sheffield United 1

Albion trail Sheffield United by an Oli McBurnie goal which deflected in off the post. He had a goal ruled out by VAR 15 minutes earlier. Albion also had a goal ruled out by VAR when Neal Maupay put the ball in from close range after Blades keeper Dean Henderson had denied Martin...
Posted On 21 Dec 2019 at 3:51 pm

Premier League Match Day 18 – Brighton & Hove Albion v Sheffield United

Ex Seagulls players Chris Wilder and Oliver Norwood visit the Amex with the Blades as manager and captain respectively. Aaron Connolly returns to the bench for the Seagulls.
Posted On 21 Dec 2019 at 2:16 pm

Greens win backing for report on voting reform

A closer look is going to be taken into how Brighton and Hove votes and the potetial effects of voters have to produce identity documents. Green group convenor Phélim Mac Cafferty made the case for a report on proportional representation and the use of photo ID before the full...

Hove bar loses drinks licence after police find repeat evidence of drug use

A popular cocktail bar has lost its alcohol licence after high levels of cocaine were found in the toilets. The Gin Tub in Church Road, Hove, failed three drug swab tests carried out by Sussex Police over a seven-month period. Cocaine was found in the toilets and bars, as well as...

Brighton and Hove’s policy vision picked apart by Independent

A policy vision for the future of Brighton and Hove was picked apart by Independent councillor Bridget Fishleigh. She criticised Brighton and Hove City Council’s new “corporate plan”, dismissing it as “a dizzying array of actions” with “no measures of success”. Councillor...