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Man robbed at knife point in Hove

Crime
The Clock Tower Sanctuary volunteer, Chris Alford

The Clock Tower Sanctuary: A safe place for young homeless people

Opinion
Tony Janio

Tony Janio: Red Tories and Blue Labour agree on much

Opinion
Picture: Eddie Mitchell

TRAVEL: Rail services disrupted after lorry hits railway bridge

Transport

Warren Morgan: The council’s year in review – part one

Opinion

Gin-gle bells! Brighton Gin founder on Christmas sales and the future

Business

Brighton and Hove GPs to offer evening and weekend appointments

Health

Plans to be unveiled for King’s House at public exhibition

Politics
Enis Guryel, Trauma and Orthopaedic Consultant at the Montefiore Hospital

Reduce risk of accidents and falls this winter

Health

Bishop Bell: independent review published

News

TRAVEL: Rail services disrupted after lorry hits railway bridge

Transport

Video: Partygoers warned of the dangers of being drunk near a railway line

Crime
Congestion on the roads is bad news for business, TomTom says

Traffic costs Brighton and Hove businesses almost £11m, survey says

Transport
Brighton station

Blown fuse sparks small 'explosion' at Brighton station

Transport
A busy Brighton railway station (Photograph: Eddie Mitchell)

Rail disruption to last ‘until the end of the day’

Transport

Man robbed at knife point in Hove

Crime

Video: Partygoers warned of the dangers of being drunk near a railway line

Crime
Police wish to speak to the girl pictured in the CCTV images. Picture: BTP SUS-171213-104520001

County News: Police appeal after train hits bike thrown on to tracks

Crime
The stolen bikes at Brighton Police Station (Photograph: Sussex Police)

Number of bike thefts fall in Brighton and Hove

Crime

Students celebrate victory after rent strike threat over halls

Education
Patcham High School (Photograph: Paul Gillett/Creative Commons Licence)

Anger as parents claim students 'forced' to wear school-issue coats

Education
Students vote to go on a rent strike

University students on rent strike over 'unsanitary conditions'

Politics
The autumn half term gives Brighton and Hove families an extra week off in October

Views sought on two-week October half term

Education

School campaigners release song to oppose reduction in pupils

Education

Gin-gle bells! Brighton Gin founder on Christmas sales and the future

Business
ACORN members following the successful negotiations

Students celebrate victory after rent strike threat over halls

Education

Johnston Press awarded funding from Google Innovation Initiative

Business
The Brighton Gin team celebrate three years with city Mayor Mo Marsh  (Photograph: Liz Finlayson/Vervate)

Brighton Gin celebrates birthday, as Christmas sales up by a third

Business

Tony Janio: Red Tories and Blue Labour agree on much

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

Warren Morgan: The council’s year in review – part one

Opinion
The plans for the former council headquarters (Credit: Crowther Architects Associates)

Plans to be unveiled for King’s House at public exhibition

Politics
The plans for The Lectern site

More student homes agreed despite local opposition

Politics
Lloyd Russell Moyle

Brighton MP to step down as councillor

Politics

Ex-NASA engineer reveals quickest way to defrost windscreens

Environment
Hannah Moss and Georgia Nicholas from Footsteps Day Nursery and Paul Nash from the Department for Transport

Nursery school children put their best foot forward to win sustainable travel award

Education
Getting a refill at the Foodshed Brighton

City signs up to free tap water scheme in war against plastic

Environment
Rampion wind farm

Rampion wind turbines begin to spin

News

Brighton and Hove GPs to offer evening and weekend appointments

Health
Enis Guryel, Trauma and Orthopaedic Consultant at the Montefiore Hospital

Reduce risk of accidents and falls this winter

Health
Kyra Warrell, six with her prosthetic which helps her to walk

Family's fundraising fight to save Brighton girl’s leg

Health

Popular Slimming World ‘free foods’ now counted as ‘syns’

Health
Brighton Station Health Centre on Queens Road

Residents urged to use walk-in centre over A&E for minor injuries

Health
The Clock Tower Sanctuary volunteer, Chris Alford

The Clock Tower Sanctuary: A safe place for young homeless people

Opinion
Tony Janio

Tony Janio: Red Tories and Blue Labour agree on much

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

Warren Morgan: The council’s year in review – part one

Opinion
Clare Moonan is the Labour lead for rough sleepers on Brighton and Hove City Council.

Clare Moonan: Night shelter is one way of helping city’s homeless

Opinion