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Protesters rally against plan for 100 new homes
Nearly 500 protesters rallied against controversial plans to build hundreds of new homes on green fields on the edge of the South Downs National Park .
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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.
Taking home Miss Sussex title
The 24-year-old Stephanie Prior from Brighton clinched the coveted title in a fiercely contested heat at Dale Hill Hotel and Golf Club in Ticehurst.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
A teenager plunged 15ft after slipping out of a moving fairground ride.
Horrified witnesses feared 18-year-old Brighton and Hove City College student Beth Thorpe had died after seeing her "flung like a rag doll" from the Rocker ride on Thursday evening.
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.
Nursing home could become family homes
A planning application submitted to the council is seeking permission to convert Springfields Nursing Home in Langdale Road in Hove into one five-bedroom house, a six-bedroom and a seven-bedroom house.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Residents can learn more about plans for the construction of new council houses.
Brighton and Hove City Council is hosting a drop-in event to inform residents about plans to build 17 new council homes at Robert Lodge in Whitehawk.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Restrictions should cut down on rat-running in newly opened road
A councillor is hopeful that a road will not be used as a rat run when it reopens this summer.
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
Thousands of parents find out if their child has a place at their preferred primary school today.
In Brighton and Hove more than 94% of schoolchildren have been offered one of their three preferred schools in this year's primary age admissions round.
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.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Locals rejoice at re-opening of road after 19 months
The road bridge in Wilbury Villas in Hove will reopen in June, after it was closed by Network Rail over safety concerns in September 2012.
People with HIV get a voice
Ffiteen new audio books have been added to the shelves at the Jubilee Library in Brighton and behind each of them is a one-on-one interview or first person account of someone living with HIV.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Bin strike action on hold after union agrees to new talks with council
The threat of strike action is on hold after union leaders agreed to go back to the negotiating table with the council in a bid to resolve the ongoing bins dispute.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Hooray for south coast's Hollywood
It's lights, camera, action for Brighton and Hove which has been deemed 'film friendly' and become a little Hollywood on the south coast.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Brighton taxi drivers step up fight against deregulation
Brighton taxi drivers have launched a campaign against the deregulation of the industry, which they claim could put public safety at risk.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Special Report: How Hove Police Station is being transformed into a school
But from September, following a dramatic internal transformation costing A 2.4 million, Hove Police Station will change its function from incarceration to education when it opens as a new junior school site.
Controversial Brighton Hippodrome cinema plans get English Heritage backing
A campaign to keep live performance at a historic theatre has suffered a blow after a conservation body backed plans to convert it into a cinema.
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Person struck by train at Hassocks, reports Southern Rail
The incident has led to severe disruption to Southern services via Haywards Heath, Hove and Lewes including services to and from Brighton.