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Sneak peak behind the scenes ahead of snail trail

Fifty unique giant snails are being painted ready to hit the streets of Brighton and Hove in September.

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One of the #ridewithpride bikes (Photograph: Brighton Pictures)

LGBTQ icons celebrated on bikes ahead of Pride

The city’s bike sharing scheme has decorated 33 of its bikes ahead of Brighton Pride next month.

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Concern for missing Hove man Anton Newman

Missing Anton Newman ‘could be sleeping rough’ in Brighton. Have you seen him?

Sussex Police said a missing Hove man could be sleeping rough or living in a tent in woodland in the Brighton area.

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Family events on the i360

Join the summer fun on the i360 - drag queen story time and a silent disco

A drag queen story time, pottery classes, a discovery trail and even a silent disco will all take place on the British Airways i360 this summer.

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Disability Pride

Disability Pride returns for second year

The second Disability Pride takes place in Hove this Saturday, with a parade along Brighton promenade before a festival at Hove Lawns.

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Ben and Jerry's is heading to Brighton (Photograph: Max Lacome) SUS-180907-162225001

Scoop a free ice cream as Ben and Jerry’s visit Brighton

Ice cream company Ben and Jerry’s is set to roll up at Brighton’s Brighthelm Gardens this week as part of its climate justice campaign.

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Muharrem Kartal

‘Filthy’ kebab shop owner banned from running food outlets

A Hove kebab shop owner who ‘allowed rats to run round his premises’ has been banned from running food outlets, Brighton and Hove City Council said.

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Commuters told not to travel after signalling shutdown

Passengers at Brighton were advised not to travel by train to London Victoria this morning (July 5) after a signalling shutdown caused major disruption.
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'Mayday' call sparks huge coastguard search

A distress signal sparked a huge coastguard and rescue search off the coast of Newhaven and Brighton last night (July 2).
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Brighton and Hove Mayor Cllr Dee Simson and Brighton Housing Trust chief executive Andy Winter

City cyclists clock up 10,000 miles to raise cash for the homeless

It was a scorcher in Brighton on Sunday, but that didn't stop hundreds of cyclists racking up more than 10,000 miles between them for charity.

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Cassette Lord and Fatboy Slim with their giant snail sculpture for Snailspace

Fatboy Slim and Cassette Lord team up to design snail sculpture

International DJ Fatboy Slim has joined forces with local artist Cassette Lord to create one of 50 unique snails hitting the city's streets in September.
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David Toscano (centre) supporting The Clock Tower Sanctuary

Cin Cin customers show their sweet side for homelessness charity

Donations from customers at Italian restaurant Cin Cin have raised more than £1,600 for young homeless people in the city.

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PCC Katy Bourne with Chief Superintendent Lisa Bell, Divisional Commander for Brighton and Hove SUS-180622-153832001

Welcome to Brighton’s newly-revamped police station

Brighton Police has revealed its newly-refurbished front office as part of the huge redevelopment of John Street police station.

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Smashburger's new plant-based offering

Burger joint debuts meat-free patty in Brighton

A burger bar in Brighton is now serving up a plant-based, meat-free patty as veganism grows in the UK.
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The speed trials return to Brighton's seafront

Speed trials set to return to Brighton seafront

Brighton’s popular annual motor sport event, The Brighton National Speed Trials, will return to the seafront again this year on Saturday, September 1.

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Job seekers were given support at the two-day event

Help for job seekers at Amex event

Job seekers attended a free two-day event at the American Express Community Stadium this month.
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Teachers set to strike over pay

Strikes are being held at schools across Sussex as a dispute over pay rages on.

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Tom O'Dell

Tom O'Dell to perform in Sussex on latest tour

Sussex-born singer/songwriter Tom O'Dell has announced the details of his upcoming UK tour, as he shared details of his forthcoming third studio album Jubilee Road.

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David Peapell (Photograph: Sussex Police)

Persistent caller jailed for biting police officer

A 'persistent caller' has been jailed after ignoring a ban to call the police control centre and for biting an officer who went to arrest him, police said.

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Madeira Drive

Council's apology after binning homeless man's belongings

The city council has apologised after throwing away a homeless man's tent and belongings on Madeira Drive.

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