Southern Vipers pipped in trophy final

Northern Diamonds 215-9 Southern Vipers 213-9 Diamonds won by two runs Lauren Winfield-Hill and Linsey Smith made it third time lucky for Northern Diamonds as they finally beat Southern Vipers by two runs in a thriller at Lord’s to get their hands on the Rachael Heyhoe Flint...

Brighton and Hove Albion beat Reading in WSL clash at Amex

Brighton and Hove Albion beat Reading 2-1 before more than 5,000 fans in their Women’s Super League match at the Amex this afternoon (Sunday 25 September). Lee Geum-min and Katie Robinson scored a goal in each half to put Brighton 2-0 in front – even though Reading enjoyed more...
Posted On 25 Sep 2022 at 5:17 pm

Brighton YouTuber turns pastime to profit

A Brighton YouTuber is one of a growing number who are turning their passions into profits – and she has spoken about how she did it. Gabriella Lindley created the online home decor and stationery shop Juniper Moon during the coronavirus pandemic. She said: “I always had a strong...

Brighton centenarian looks forward to latest royal coronation

“I’m looking forward to King Charles’s coronation. I think he’s absolutely wonderful,” says Lily Molloy. Born in 1920, Brighton through and through, Lily has lived in the reign of four monarchs: George V, George VI, Elizabeth II and now Charles III. “I was born a Royalist,” she...
Posted On 24 Sep 2022 at 6:16 pm

Trossard believes Seagulls can still soar after Potter’s flight to Chelsea

Leandro Trossard insists that Graham Potter’s move to Chelsea will not derail Brighton and Hove Albion’s season. Brighton have appointed Roberto De Zerbi to replace Potter, who spent three years with the Seagulls before taking over from Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge earlier...
Posted On 24 Sep 2022 at 11:31 am

Hippodrome awaits drinks licence verdict

The Hippodrome’s owner has applied for a drinks licence to serve alcohol at the premises which it plans to reopen as a hotel, private club and public bar. Matsim Properties, owned by the Lambor family, started repairing and restoring the grade II* listed theatre last year. The...

Travellers policy comes under scrutiny

Travellers have been pitching up at parks and open spaces in Brighton and Hove but have not directed to the dedicated camp site, according to a councillor. Conservative councillor Dawn Barnett has written to the co-chair of Brighton and Hove City Council’s Housing Committee to...

Dozens evicted for making threats, dealing drugs or anti-social behaviour

Just over 90 people were evicted from emergency housing in a year, mostly for threatening staff or for anti-social behaviour, according to a new report. The evictions came after Brighton and Hove City Council housed 800 people during the coronavirus pandemic as part of the...

Wheelchair user seeks help reaching beach with closure of Brighton seafront lift

Lack of access to the beach for people with disabilities and those who can’t use steps has prompted a woman to ask councillors for help. Lina Talbot, who uses a wheelchair, struggles to reach Madeira Drive because the Madeira lift is out of action. She wants Brighton and Hove...

Hove coffee shop seeks drinks licence but rival business objects

A coffee shop has applied for a drinks licence so that it can serve alcohol too but a rival business has objected to its plans. Small Batch Coffee Company wants a drinks licence to run from noon to 10pm at one of its premises in Hove. The address is in Church Road although the...