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Family's grief at shooting death of 'devoted family man' Xhem...
Police believe a dispute between two warring families could have led to his murder in Hove, East Sussex, and are continuing to hunt his killer.
17 hrs ago
Morrisons wants to move on to controversial Brighton site
The food giant has put in a licensing application to take over the unit at 58-62 Lewes Road, Brighton.
Tue May 21, 2013
Brighton Youth Center Presents the Brighton & Hove Youth Poets vs MCs Slam, May 29
Brighton's legendary Poets vs MCs event has become an unmissable fixture in Brighton's cultural calendar - now in its 10th year, it's sold out venues as large as the Concorde 2 and involves more spats, cusses and wordplay than any hip-hop album you could name.
Brighton property tycoon Mike Holland has had a year of ups and downs
A businessman has said he is still hopeful of setting up an ice rink at a historical site despite his plans being knocked back by council officials.
Mon May 20, 2013
Port alert launched as police hunt for gunman in fatal Hove triple shooting
An all-ports alert has been issued by police investigating the fatal shooting of an Albanian man as he visited the seaside to see family members.
A motorcyclist who can't get a parking permit has described a council as "appalling".
Richard Carter, 36, claims he can't park his motorbike outside his home in Kingsbury Street, Hove, because Brighton and Hove City Council doesn't issue parking permits to motorcyclists.
Sun May 19, 2013
NHS 111: Family slams hotline after terminally ill Anne Anthony waited NINE hours for help
'My dying wife waited NINE hours for district nurse to turn up': Family slams NHS 111 hotline as whistleblowers reveal a 'computer says no' mentality worthy of Little Britain comedy A devastated husband has told how his dying wife was left waiting for a district nurse for nine hours as an NHS 111 call centre superviser revealed a catalogue of ... (more)
Brighton and Hove City Council offices at King's House
This is just one of a series of racism, bullying and discrimination allegations facing Brighton and Hove City Council in a study published yesterday.
Sat May 18, 2013
Brighton cinema plans put on hold
Development plans for an empty Grade II listed cinema have stalled, as the owners cannot find a business to fill it.
Fri May 17, 2013
Time for a new approach to Brighton and Hove homelessness
The number of rough sleepers in Sussex is estimated by the Government to have increased by 40% between 2010 and 2012, from 103 to 147.
Court told driver accused of killing council worker in crash had bad eyesight
A pensioner accused of driving despite his poor eyesight is alleged to have killed a 34-year-old council worker in a car crash.
Thu May 16, 2013
Brighton and Hove to take leading film industry role
The British Film Institute is to open a "talent centre" in the city as part of a A 5million plan to boost the industry across the country, The Argus has learnt.
Fatboy Slim snaps up Heather Mills's cafe in Hove Lagoon
But superstar DJ Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim is eyeing up a tasty new morsel, a vegan cafe belonging to former model Heather Mills .
Wed May 15, 2013
Special report: What has the EU done for Sussex?
It costs us billions of pounds a year in subsidies and even more in "red tape". But are the decades of stability, the rights to work and trade and strict environmental laws created by the European Union worth it? As the debate on Britain's membership intensifies, TIM RIDGWAY, JOHN KEENAN PETER TRUMAN AND CHARLOTTE IKONEN ask what has the EU done ... (more)
One in seven pupils attend private school in Brighton and Hove
Richard Cairns, the head teacher of Brighton College, said the growth of the independent sector was a huge positive for the city At secondary level, the proportion is even higher at more than 20%. Department of Education figures for 2011 reveal 3,060 secondary school students are educated independently compared to 12,196 in state schools.
Have your say on new bus and cycle lanes
As part of A 5.8 million plans to boost bus use, Brighton and Hove City Council has revealed changes it wants to make to the Edward Street and Eastern Road corridor.
Tue May 14, 2013
A natural burial cemetery where only bio-degradable coffins can be used is to open in Brighton.
Brighton and Hove City Council 's bereavement services department devised the two-acre Woodland Valley cemetery in response to increased demand for woodland burials.
Your Interview: Mark Turner, GMB
With waste still uncollected after Cityclean workers refused to work last week, The Argus is giving you the chance to quiz the man representing the public sector staff.
Sussex councils' 100,000+ earners on the rise
Councils facing major job losses and cuts to services still found the money to increase the number of top earners on their payroll.
Rise in vermin after bin problems in Brighton and Hove
Last week, Cityclean staff at Brighton and Hove City Council refused to work for two days because of a row with officials over plans to revamp its system of allowances.