Sometimes, a house in not a home – but it could and should be

The last week or so has, unusually for me, been all about housing – or more precisely the shortage of homes across our city at any level of affordability, and what we might be able to do about that. It isn’t unusual for the Labour group as a whole to be focusing on housing...
Posted On 26 Jun 2022 at 9:38 pm

Good samaritan left with serious injuries after attack in Brighton

A good samaritan was taken to hospital suffering from serious injuries after he was attacked in Brighton early yesterday (Saturday 25 June). The 37-year-old man was helping police to detain a drink driver when he was attacked. Today, Sussex Police issued an appeal for information...
Posted On 26 Jun 2022 at 4:10 pm

Who was he? Roger Daltrey ‘Giving It All Away’ in Brighton

ROGER DALTREY + LESLIE MENDELSON – BRIGHTON CENTRE 22.6.22 As founder and lead vocalist of The Who, one of the longest enduring, best-loved, and most successful rock acts of all time, Roger Daltrey needs little introduction. Since the 1970s he has also maintained a...
Posted On 26 Jun 2022 at 4:02 pm

Brighton twins, 13, unveil blue plaque to honour trailblazing women’s rights activist

Two 13-year-old Brighton schoolgirls have unveiled a blue plaque to commemorate the extraordinary achievements of lawyer and women’s rights activist Helena Normanton. The plaque was unveiled at 4 Clifton Place, Brighton, where Normanton lived in her teens in the 1890s. The twins,...
Posted On 26 Jun 2022 at 1:55 am

Councillor ejected from meeting after challenging ‘dangerous roundabout’ claim

A councillor was thrown out of a meeting after twice interrupting the chair to challenge comments about a controversial roundabout. Independent councillor Bridget Fisheigh asked why the Aquarium was frequently referred to as being on a list of the “most dangerous” roundabouts in...