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Plans for a 79 million college redevelopment have been given the go-ahead - but only just.
As it looks to "transform the future of further education in city for next 40 years", City College Brighton and Hove wants to revamp its Pelham Street campus in Brighton.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Christmas tree attacked - and 100 others stolen
The trees were stolen from Laughton, near Lewes, on the same day the Christmas tree in The Level, Brighton, was targeted by vandals.
Council set to approve A 79m college revamp
Bosses claim the proposal, which would be centred on a series of high- rise buildings containing teaching rooms, 442 student homes and 125 properties, would create "exceptional learning opportunities" for 10,000 students a year.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Sick days cost taxpayer 7.6m
Staff sickness in the public sector is soaring, with councillors claiming it cost the tax-payer A 7.6 million in a year.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Big Interview with Jason Kitcat
Last week Brighton and Hove City Council unveiled draft plans on how it proposes to reduce its spending in the coming year by A 22.5 million.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Disruption after floods hit Newhaven
Areas of Britain were battered by a storm surge coming down from the North Sea yesterday which saw hurricane force winds and the highest tide for almost 60 years.
Glittering ceremony at Brighton Museum and Corn Exchange
Margaret and Peter Field , TV presenter Rachel Riley, and Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Councillor Denise Cobb VIPs in attendance included Peter Field, Lord Lieutenant of East Sussex and chairman of the judges; Mike Weatherley MP; Jason Kitcat , leader of the council, and the Mayor of Brighton, Denise Cobb .
Anger over Mid Sussex plan
Mid Sussex District Council 's District Plan is designed to guide development in the area until 2031 and will be the main document used when considering planning applications.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Concerns about "wholly inappropriate" plans for new town reach Westminster
Concerns about "wholly inappropriate" plans to build a 10,000- home town have been raised in the House of Commons.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Preston Barracks revamp could include hi-tech start-up business centre
A cutting-edge business centre for start-up firms could form the centrepiece of a multi-million-pound redevelopment of Brighton's Preston Barracks.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Our heroes on the streets - veterans among rising homeless in Brighton and Hove
Brighton and Hove City Council 's annual rough sleeper count, which took place on Thursday night, revealed the number of homeless people in the city had increased by 16% since 2012.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Brighton and Hove UK's third biggest online Christmas shoppers
Last weekend, the city enjoyed one of its biggest shopping weekends this year as traders said that the Christmas season seemed to have kicked off.
Saltdean Lido won't open for at least a year
Community campaigners have said they "can't wait" to get hold of the keys to a historic lido - but warned the swimming pool will not be open for more than a year.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Brighton and Hove council to investigate budget leak
Council chiefs have launched an investigation after The Argus revealed the brunt of the cuts a day before they were published.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Brighton and Hove parking system 'may overcharge'
Brighton and Hove City Council is now having to contact potentially hundreds of motorists after issues were flagged up with their new Pay by Phone system.
Long delays after lorry collides with HGV on A27 westbound
West Sussex Fire and Rescue said the incident two engines from Hove and one from Worthing were on the scene after the accident just after 7am.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
'Elderly and vulnerable' face cuts
Services for the elderly and vulnerable adults are likely to be reduced as Brighton and Hove City Council cuts A 24m from its budget next year.
Voluntary sector stretched to 'breaking point' community boss warns
Sally Polanski, CEO at Community Works in Queens Road, said that if Brighton and Hove City Council makes further cuts to the sector in its forthcoming budget, the survival of some charities in the city will be in question.