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A SHOPPING street, which up to 20,000 people use a day, could be pedestrianised. East Street in Brighton, which leads from the Royal Pavilion to the seafront, could be closed to traffic as part of a project to cut down traffic in The Lanes. The road was originally included in a scheme to pedestrianise large […]


PATIENTS had to be sent elsewhere when a hospital trust was forced to declare a major incident after its IT system crashed. Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust lost access to its email, a number of clinical networks and its staff internet system for five hours.

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Brighton & Hove City Council Monday, 29 September 2014 A scheme to pedestrianise an historic Brighton shopping street could soon go ahead after the council met a government inspector’s calls for a safe alternative route for vehicles. East Street is one of the oldest in Brighton, leading from the Royal Pavilion to the seafront.  It […]

A TEENAGER has helped develop some of the biggest educational reforms in a generation. Alice Harmer provided feedback to the Department for Education on the support needed for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.


Curating the Past: the monument, the archive and the database Inaugural lecture, Professor Catherine Moriarty 29 October 2014 Brighton University media release 25 September 2014 How the past is represented in the present has always been central to many branches of the humanities. This lecture explores a number of the frameworks within which the past […]


I am a retired teacher. I was delighted to see the headline in The Argus: ‘Hove Park says no to academy.’ My children were all taught by qualified teachers. The academy programme is based on Mr Gove’s theory that any Tom, Dick or Harriet can teach and cheap unqualified teachers are the way forward. Our […]


I have just been reading Adam Trimmingham’s article in last Saturday’s magazine on the history of Mile Oak. Although it was a very good article there are a few points I would like to point out. A century ago Mile Oak was not a desolate place. In the 1800s there had been a very successful […]