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THIS WEEK : Selma Montford: The hope that the £1bn schemes will all disappear

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

LATEST IN DIRECTORY : Preston and Patcham Society launches new web platform


The University of Sussex has appointed one of the UK’s most eminent practitioner-scholars as its first-ever Professor of Journalism. Professor Ivor Gaber comes to the University in September from previous posts at City University London and the University of Bedfordshire. He is regarded as one of the country’s leading journalism scholars and practitioners – having […]


THIS week, Brighton and Hove’s very own TV channel launched. Ruari Barratt retuned his television for 24 hours of entertainment from the team behind Latest TV. HAVING beaten what the new channel describes as “competition from several experienced television broadcasters”, Latest TV won the licence for the Greater Brighton area and it became available to […]


media release gov.uk 29 August 2014 Chancellor visited Theatre Royal in Brighton to launch theatre tax relief as new productions announced The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rt. Hon. George Osborne MP, today (29 August 2014) visited the Theatre Royal in Brighton to launch the new theatre tax relief coming into effect on 1 September 2014. […]


George Osborne took to the stage today to announce a major boost for regional theatres. The Chancellor trod the boards at the historic Theatre Royal Brighton to announce a major tax relief for production companies. Brighton and Hove theatregoers are set to be among the first to reap the benefits of the newly announced financial […]


media release Brighton and Hove City Council 28 August 2014 A commemorative stone and plaque will be unveiled at Brighton War Memorial on Wednesday September 3 to honour the memory of Captain Theodore Wright who was awarded the Victoria Cross in World War One Relatives of Captain Wright will be among those attending the ceremony […]


There is some uncertainty about the status of the Hippodrome planning application The planning committee decided in July that it was minded to grant the application, subject to various matters of detail. However, the Council then asked the Secretary of State whether he wished to call in the plans for decision by him rather than […]


A university spent hundreds of pounds hosting a one-day conference on the “transcultural phenomenon” of children’s toy My Little Pony. The University of Brighton spent more than £400 hosting the nine hour discussion on the 30 year history of the brightly coloured horse toys, which attracted just 18 delegates.