Brighton family business at risk after police ask councillors to revoke drinks licence

A longstanding Brighton family business could go under if its drinks licence is taken away for selling alcohol to underage teens, councillors were told today. The mother of Wild Park Local’s manager, Kinchet Patel, is due to appear in court next week for selling rose wine and...

Listen up! It’s ‘Loud Women’ on Sea

FRÄULEIN + LAMBRINI GIRLS + I, DORIS + I AM HER – THE PIPER, ST LEONARDS-ON-SEA 25.2.22 “LOUD WOMEN is a DIY collective that champions women in music by hosting live events that are fun, friendly, and frickin awesome.” I couldn’t have put it better myself, so I won’t try....
Posted On 02 Mar 2022 at 2:56 pm

Police investigate ‘assault’ of BBC reporter at Brighton Station

Police are investigating the alleged assault of a BBC reporter by a young boy at Brighton Station yesterday evening. Lucinda Adam was reporting on yesterday’s rail fare hikes when the boy, who appeared to be of primary school age, started dancing around behind her. Ms Adam...
Posted On 02 Mar 2022 at 2:34 pm

Legal action over controversial homeless accommodation paused

A long-running dispute surrounding a troubled homelessness accommodation in Newhaven could end without legal action, councillors have heard. On Tuesday (March 1), members of the East Sussex Health and Wellbeing Board were given an update on the situation at Kendal Court — a block...

UB40 play Brighton concert in memory of Astro

UB40 FT ALI CAMPBELL + REGGAE ROAST – BRIGHTON CENTRE 26.2.22 Tonight it was the turn of UB40 featuring Ali Campbell (not UB40 on at the Brighton Centre on Wednesday 4 May). Both UB40 bands are fronted by a Campbell brother. It would be easy to get confused as to which one...
Posted On 02 Mar 2022 at 12:39 pm

Brighton Pavilion lights up in solidarity with Ukraine

The Royal Pavilion and the whole of Brighton is #StandingWithUkraine #StopTheWarInUkraine pic.twitter.com/oFZ8PAyOZg — Brighton Museums (@BrightonMuseums) March 1, 2022 Brighton Pavilion lit up in the colours of the Ukraine flag last night in solidarity as Russian troops...
Posted On 02 Mar 2022 at 10:37 am

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, now is the time for our community to come together

The University of Sussex is an institution which is proudly international. In our 60 years, our strength and our value have been created in the coming together of many nationalities. We recognise that the terrible events unfolding in Ukraine are extremely distressing for many in...
Posted On 02 Mar 2022 at 9:01 am