This town ain't big enough for the both of us...
Brighton likes its quirky little annual rituals the Festival, the Zombie Walk, Burning of the Clocks, White Night and, of course, Gay Pride and its attendant semi-official munt-fest at Black Rock.
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HMO fire safety improved across Brighton
Brighton & Hove City Council has issued more than 1,500 licences for smaller houses in multiple occupation under its additional licensing scheme, with many owners carrying out work to improve fire safety.
Person hit by train at London Road station, Brighton
A local man is in hospital with serious head and leg injuries after reportedly lying down in front of a train.
Notorious junction revamp set to get go ahead
The Vogue gyratory in Lewes Road, Brighton, has been a cause of anxiety for motorists, cyclists and pedestrians for years because of its complicated layout and traffic signals.
Vicar refuses to tow the line in parking row
A vicar was reported to police by council contractors while he was taking photos of them as part of a bitter dispute over parking.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Two years on, Nellie's disappearance is still a mystery
At 2.25pm on Monday April 23, 2012, 96-year-old Nellie Herriott left the BHS store in Brighton's Churchill Square .
Pitching idea for golf course
Eagles and albatrosses could return to a seafront site after plans were revealed to bring a pitch and putt course back to life.
Q102 Presents: Passenger
Passenger, the working name of singer/songwriter Mike Rosenberg, makes intimate, folk-inflected indie pop.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
The secrets of the community behind "Whitehawk's Stonehenge" are set to be uncovered.
Whitehawk Camp Community Archaeology Project has won almost A 100,000 of Heritage Lottery Fund support for a new community-based archaeology project.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
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Zoella on Being \"Queen of Haul Vloggers,\" Her Teenage Fans, and More
The haul video is the girlie answer to the tech world's unboxing videos: a wildly popular YouTube niche where vloggers show off items they recently purchased.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Streetlights turn on in the day and off at night after suffering malfunction
The sun shines a little brighter on the residents of this street - where streetlamps blaze through all hours of the day.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
British teenager killed in Syrian battle
A British teenager and nephew of a former Guantanamo Bay inmate has been killed in Syria.
Architectural gems that need to be saved before it is too late
Having one knighted architect responsible for your creation is generally enough to preserve a property's status but the White Lodge is doubly special in that it combines the work of two leading architects.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Public urged to ease A&E pressure
This is expected to put extra strain on health services including the already-busy A&E department at the city's Royal Sussex County Hospital .
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Wytches Host a DIY Horror Show in 'Robe for Juda' Video
Brighton, England trio the Wytches were one of the 40 best things SPIN saw at SXSW , so we're quite excited to see the lads release their "Robe for Juda" video.
Michelle Mall with the petition
Residents are battling to save their 144-year-old pub which they fear will be sold and turned into flats.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Man Survives 80-ft Drop From Cliff In A Ford Focus
Driving off a cliff may be common in action movies, but it's generally not something carmakers consider when preparing their products for crash tests.
The 10 most affordable cities for first time buyers
New report suggests Brighton, Oxford and Chelmsford are the most unaffordable spots in Britain for those wanting to get on the property ladder Alex Johnson has been part of The Independent's online team since 2007.
Visitors flock to Sussex farms as lambing season continues
Coombes Farm at Lancing held a charity day yesterday, with tours of the farm, a display of owls from Owls About town and a Easter egg hunt and stalls run by the local Lions Club.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Rottingdean In Bloom Issue 44
Following the winter storms, I suppose that everyone feels a little bit bruised and battered, which equally applies to the garden beds and containers up and down the High Street, some of which need completely replanting.