Domino’s opens another branch in Brighton

Domino’s has opened its fifth branch in Brighton and Hove as it started trading in Moulsecoomb today (Wednesday 25 January). The pizza company said that its new Moulsecoomb Way branch had brought 25 new jobs to the area, including pizza chefs, in-store team members and delivery...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 10:10 pm

Bus gates continue to catch thousands of drivers each month

A driver is fined every three minutes despite work to raise awareness about “bus gates” in Brighton over the past two years. And thousands of drivers are fined every month for driving through the bus gates in Valley Gardens a year after more signs were put in place to highlight...

Jail sentence reduced for Brighton man who called for jihad

A father from Brighton who was jailed for encouraging terrorism in a speech at his local mosque after two of his sons died fighting in Syria has had his sentence cut by the Court of Appeal. Abubaker Deghayes promoted “jihad by sword” when he addressed worshippers at the Brighton...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 6:01 pm

Councillors slated for shameful, deeply wrong and incredibly corrosive behaviour

Shameful, deeply wrong and incredibly corrosive behaviour by councillors came under fire from a former mayor at a town hall meeting. Green councillor Pete West, who served as mayor of Brighton and Hove from 2016-17, urged the political groups – Conservative, Labour and Green – to...

The Pearl Harts to offer ‘Love, Chaos’ at Brighton gig

The Pearl Harts are Kirsty on vocals, guitars and loops, and Sara on drums, vocals and samples. They were born out of love and a desire to make hi-octane rock n’ roll when they first burst onto the scene with a stunningly filmed live video, ‘Black Blood’ immediately picking up...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 4:05 pm

Could King Alfred be moving?

The council is looking for alternative sites for a new leisure centre to replace the crumbling King Alfred. The Hove leisure centre’s pools are currently closed until Easter after its ageing boiler system failed. In the last two decades, two major schemes to replace the...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 3:27 pm

The Meffs announce first headline tour

Since exploding onto the UK scene in 2019, The Meffs – aka Lily on vocals/guitar and Lewis on drums/backing vocals – have built up a reputation as purveyors of frantic punk bangers and an absolute must-see live sensation. Their self-titled debut album was recorded in...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 2:34 pm

Historical venues to open in May after six-year refurb

Two Brighton arts venues have announced they will reopen in May with a multi-sensory Van Gogh exhibition following an extensive six-year refurbishment. Work on the Brighton Dome’s Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre has been beset by delays caused by pandemics, contractors...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 11:35 am

The Murder Capital play live in Brighton record shop

THE MURDER CAPITAL – RESIDENT, BRIGHTON 22.1.23 Anybody walking past Kensington Gardens in the North Laine of Brighton on Sunday evening couldn’t miss the long queue forming outside Resident Records for The Murder Capital’s instore session. The Murder Capital released their...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 9:55 am

Brighton and Hove Albion value Caicedo at £100m

Brighton and Hove Albion are reported to have told at least one Premier League club that they will have to pay £100 million to sign the midfielder Moises Caicedo. According to The Times, Albion told Chelsea – now managed by former Brighton boss Graham Potter – that was the...
Posted On 25 Jan 2023 at 1:00 am
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