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TALKBOARD : Step Back in Time – A History of the Argus

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A BESPOKE property register was launched in Brighton on Tuesday to help protect Sussex’s cyclists from robbers. Immobilise was launched at Churchill Square by Sussex Police Detective Chief Inspector Paul Betts and Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne. Residents enter the details of their possessions on a free website – www.immobilise.com – and report it […]


Former police chief and current city councillor Graham Cox has tonight been chosen as the Conservative candidate for Hove at the next election. The current Westbourne councillor will attempt to retain the seat won by Mike Weatherley in 2010. Mr Weatherley announced earlier this month that he would not be standing for relection

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Extended service begins! The Level fountains will now open between 11am-5.30pm during the school summer holidays Fountains at The Level – extended service begins! The Level fountains will now open between 11am-5.30pm during the school summer holidays. Seven sessions of watery fun will take place every day, each followed by a 30-minute interval. Each session will start and end […]


Hove & Portslade Conservatives media relase 31 July 2014 Hove & Portslade Conservatives Select Local Man, Graham Cox as their Parliamentary Candidate 2015 Graham said, ‘I am delighted to have been selected by Hove and Portslade Conservatives. To be chosen to stand for Parliament for my home town is a great honour. I aim to […]


Brighton i360 media release 30 July 2014 Yesterday marked an exciting milestone in the i360 journey: the official groundbreaking! Jason Kitcat and Penny Thompson of Brighton and Hove council joined our own David Marks, Julia Barfield and Eleanor Harris to sink the ceremonial spades. We are now officially entering construction phase. After 8 years of […]


A MOMENTOUS occasion was hailed with the unveiling of a multimillion-pound seafront regeneration project and the ground-breaking of the i360. Ground was broken on the Brighton i360 – a £40 million “vertical pier” set to transform the west end of the seafront. Jason Kitcat, leader of Brighton and Hove City Council, promised the tower, with […]


RESIDENTS have slammed plans for a new council parking scheme as “undemocratic”. Concerns over the extension of a parking zone on Aberdeen Road, Brighton, have been “ignored” by the council, residents said. Tim Bennett, a builder, of Aberdeen Road, complained the scheme was planned to go ahead across the entire area – despite protests for […]