Sussex PCC's video log: National Stalking Awareness Week 2017

To mark National Stalking Awareness Week 2017, PCC Katy Bourne explains why it's so important to support the week, and what's being done in Sussex to help victims of this crime.

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Brighton Sports Chiropractor Matt Bateman

Video: Hip Flexibility Stretches by Brighton Chiropractor Matt Bateman

Hip Flexibility Stretches can effect your chances of developing low back pain.

Part of a stereograph showing Union Captain J. W. Forsyth, the Provost Marshall, sitting on a crate of hardtack in 1863 by Hartford, Conn: The War Photograph & Exhibition Co SUS-170424-144518001

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: Dog biscuits, molar breakers and tooth dullers

Whilst trawling through baking related trivia, desperately seeking a subject I felt was worthy of a Bulletin, a name caught my eye; a smouldering beacon in a forest of mundanity; a buoyant raft in a sea of banality; a gallant saviour from the curse of normality; I fear I’ve gone too far and slightly over-sold this: Henry Jones.

Kerry Watkins

Brighton Chamber: Top tips on making the most of social media

Many businesses use Twitter to market their business and engage their current and potential customers or clients.

Geoffrey Theobald

Geoffrey Theobald: Proud to see the Seagulls soaring to the very top

I must begin by offering huge congratulations to Brighton and Hove Albion on behalf of the Conservative Group for securing promotion to the Premier League next season.

Gnocco Frito Misto a great sharing starter or lunch SUS-170418-140254001

Tom Flint: A taste of Italy that is a cut above

Italian food has something of a chequered history in Brighton – and across the UK. This country has managed to take one of the world’s greatest cuisines and turned it into a hideous parody of what it should be.

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Warren Morgan, the Labour leader of Brighton and Hove City Council SUS-170126-092210001

Warren Morgan: The Albion and our city can expect a great boost

There can only be one story on people’s minds this week, and no, it isn’t the General Election. Even those not normally followers of local sport will have been caught up in the Easter weekend excitement as the Albion secured promotion to the Premier League. Fans like me were of course “over the moon, Brian”, and will be for some time.

The Sinking of the Titanic. Image courtesy of the National Maritime Museum

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The world’s bravest baker

1997: a year to remember. Katrina And The Waves won us the Eurovision Song Contest and we were all Walking On Sunshine, the first Harry Potter novel was published, our first muslim MP was elected, and not only did we get a new fifty pence piece and a new terrestrial television channel, but we also got a new Oasis album.


Alexia Rowley - Parenting the role of a lifetime

Alexia Rowley on why having a child really is for the long term

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Phelim Mac Cafferty

Phelim Mac Cafferty: Protecting our city’s coastal environment

After warm weather granted me my first sea swim of 2017, I was pleased to join fantastic campaign group Surfers Against Sewage as they kick-started the great beach spring clean on our shoreline.

Robert Nemeth

Robert Nemeth: Marathon athletes and spectators did city proud

It is easy to forget that the Brighton Marathon has been running for less than a decade.

Warren Morgan, the Labour leader of Brighton and Hove City Council SUS-170126-092210001

Warren Morgan: The next step in creating a ‘Greater Brighton’

Today we are launching a vision for a ‘Southern Accelerator’ to drive growth in the local economy (April 14). This innovative idea for our area will run along the same lines as the Northern Powerhouse and Midlands Engine initiatives.

"Easter is the richer celebration and promise of the unimaginatively fertile reality of life beyond the grave"

A greater love and creativity

The Easter bunny, Easter eggs or an Easter bonnet parade (popular in the USA) all point us towards spring and new life.
Too Many Critics fundraising event for Action Against Hunger

Tom Flint: Brighton food critics cook up a storm for charity

Last Sunday I was lucky enough to take part in the first Brighton Action Against Hunger “Too Many Critics” pop up at The Set in Regency Square.

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The glorious goo that is peanut butter

Bakery Bulletin by Philippa Kelly: The glorious goo that is peanut butter

Peanut butter is the elixir of life.

Geoffrey Theobald

Geoffrey Theobald: Bring the Southern Rail dispute to an end

I was bitterly disappointed and frustrated to hear this week that members of the train drivers union Aslef had voted to reject the deal that their leadership had negotiated with Southern to resolve the year long dispute over who should operate train doors.

Brighton Tap Takeover at the Dead Wax Social

Tom Flint: Putting beer festivals back into pubs and the community

Here in Brighton we know how to do a festival, it is something that the city revels in.

An Oromo family enjoying a trip to beach

Bringing communities together

Many Sussex people will have taken part in Red Nose Day 2017 last month which raised an astonishing £71 million

Warren Morgan, the Labour leader of Brighton and Hove City Council SUS-170126-092210001

Warren Morgan: I won’t give up on Madeira Terraces

The decision on our bid for funding to kick-start the restoration of the Madeira Terraces this week was a bitter disappointment.

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Brighton chiropractor Matthew Bateman

Video: Prone shoulder arcs by Brighton chiropractor Matthew Bateman

Prone Shoudler arcs can help strengthen upper back muscles which hold your shoulders in better posture.

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