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Odd sock exchange at Brighton hotel raises cash for charity

Jurys Inn Brighton has raised £1,452 for Ronald McDonald House with its 'odd sock exchange', and said the scheme is here to stay.
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Participants in this year's Brighton Color Run: Picture: Hope and Glory PR

Brighton celebrates being most colourful city

Brighton is celebrating being the most colourful city in the UK this weekend, as thousands of people took part in this year’s Color Run event.

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Toby McCauley at Circus Street

First apprentice joins builders at Circus Street development

Budding electrician Toby McCauley was welcomed on site for his first day as apprentice on the U+I Circus Street development in Brighton this week.

Politics
Clare Mann is a partner at Dehns, a leading European firm of specialist patent and trademark attorneys.

Brighton Chamber: Tips on trade marking

A trade mark informs the public that a product or service comes from a particular commercial source.

Business
Ruth Oliver

Ruth Oliver: Joining the Dots at Brighton Digital Festival

When we first created an event for Brighton Digital Festival in 2014 we knew exactly what it should be called – Dots.

Opinion
The new co-working hub in Hove

Co-working hub for commuters in Hove

A ‘creative co-working’ company is expanding its reach to Hove, with a new hub close to the railway station.

Business
Experienced yoga teacher Sue Bradley guides an exclusive group through Salty Breathing and Meditation at Salt Space

Pretty Good Thinking: Relax and breathe with salt therapy in Hove

Pretty Good Thinking returns to Salt Space and explores a salty breathing workshop with ground-breaking Meditation in Hove.
Opinion
TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, September 16

TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, September 16

The roads across Sussex are not reporting any major congestion this morning (Saturday, September 16).

News
A cyclist in Blatchington Road

Warning over ‘car-dooring’ in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove City Council is urging drivers to look out for cyclists before opening their doors after parking.

Transport
Funding has been extended for the Breeze Up countrysidebusto the South Downs

Funding agreed for Brighton and Hove supported bus services

The city's 19 supported bus routes will be funded for a further four years, Brighton and Hove City Council has announced.
Transport
Jenni Lloyd, Brighton Digital Festival

Jenni Lloyd: What is Brighton Digital Festival, and who is it for?

There have been various iterations of a digital festival in Brighton and Hove going right back to the late 90s - proving just how embedded digital production and culture is in this city.

Opinion
Robert Harper of A Coombs Pet Centre

Upset over 'unfair' recycling fines with ‘no appeal’

Businesses in Brighton and Hove are being threatened with ‘unfair’ fines for rubbish they did not dump, retailers have said.

Business
Journalism apprentice scheme

New journalism apprentice scheme launched

Have you always dreamed of being a journalist? Reporting the news that can make a real difference in your community?

News
Norman Baker and Tom Druitt of The Big Lemon

The Big Lemon wins bid to run supported bus services

Expect to see more yellow buses around Brighton and Hove, as The Big Lemon has been awarded the contract to run eight subsidised services in the city.
Transport
The developer's vision for the old Hanningtons department store - where Cath Kidston will open its doors next year

Cath Kidston to move to larger Brighton store

Vintage lifestyle brand Cath Kidston is to move to a larger shop in North Street, on the redeveloped Hanningtons Estate.
Business
Picture by Jeffrey Milstein

Gatwick Airport experiences its busiest summer holidays

Gatwick Airport has achieved its busiest school summer holidays in its history as 8.1 million people made their way through the airport during the seven-week period, according to figures released by the airport.

Transport
Oliver Thomas-Dall is set to open a wizarding shop in Brighton

Brighton wizarding shop to put Potter fans under its spell

Bringing Diagon Alley to Brighton, Harry Potter super-fan Oliver Thomas Dall is to open a wizarding shop in the North Laine.
Business
Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Journalist apprenticeship scheme launched

Have you always dreamt of being a journalist? Reporting the news that can make a real difference in your community?

Business
A feasting menu at Goodwood

Why great food is essential for an effective business meeting

If you Google what makes a great and effective business meeting you will come across helpful tips such as ‘create an agenda’, ‘identify key participants’, and ‘maintain the focus’.

Business
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