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Fight food waste and save 19,000 meals

Residents in Brighton and Hove are urged to prevent thousands of meals from going to landfill on Stop Food Waste Day this Friday (April 27).

Environment
Pothole concern for businesses

Pothole concerns for rural businesses

A major insurer has joined the pothole debate by urging motorists to take extra care as prolonged harsh weather and limited highway maintenance programmes are taking their toll on countryside routes.

Business
Kirstie Allsopp; Steve Bax executive director BAi360; Emily Bamber PR & Communications Manager BAi360; Denis Wormwell chairman of the VisitEngland Advisory Board (Photograph: VisitBritain/Gary Summers)

i360 wins gold at tourism awards

Brighton seafront attraction the British Airways i360 has brought home gold for 'Innovation in Tourism' at an industry awards.
Business
Cllr Gill Mitchell

Parking zone proposed for Hove Park

Brighton and Hove City Council is consulting with residents and businesses around Hove Park over a proposed ‘light touch’ parking scheme for the area.

Transport
University of Sussex (Photograph: N Chadwick/Creative Commons Licence) SUS-170117-154510001

Sussex students demand compensation over strike

Students at the University of Sussex have launched legal action over lost teaching time after a 14-day strike by university staff.

Business
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TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Sunday, April 22

Anyone heading to Gatwick Airport today (Sunday, April 22) should know that part of the M23 is closed.

News

Gavin Stewart: The growing pains of Brighton and Hove

A good friend recently mentioned to me that Brighton and Hove was about to become an adult.

Opinion
Travel news

TRAVEL: Sussex travel news for Saturday, April 21

The county’s roads were clear of congestion as of this morning (Saturday, April 21) but anyone planning to venture out by train should know that some lines are closed due to engineering works.

News
Kathy Caton, the founder of Brighton Gin (Photograph: Vervate)

Cheers! Sales strengthen for award-winning gin

Brighton Gin brought home a silver medal at a prestigious industry awards.

Business
Network Rail has defended its decision to close the Brighton Mainline over the May bank holiday weekend

'No good time for rail works'

Network Rail has defended its decision to schedule engineering works for the first May bank holiday.

Transport
Network Rail engineers will be working on the Brighton Mainline over the May bank holidays

Warning that rail works will hit city's economy

A environmental group has warned that engineering works by Network Rail over the May bank holiday will impact the city's economy on one of its busiest weekends.
Transport

Greased Lightning! Fundraising flash mob at Brighton station

Staff from a Brighton party-booking business staged a Grease flash mob in Brighton today (April 17), to raise cash for children's charity Rockinghorse.
Business
Louise Campbell with her Mestiza Filipino Pickle

Pickle put to the test on TV

Tarring street food chef Louise Campbell is putting her pickle to the test on a new BBC television programme.

Business
Travel news

TRAVEL: Major roadworks set for the week ahead

Road and barrier repairs are expected to cause disruption and lane closures this week.

Transport
Children at Young Sussex Nursery Shoreham with the award certificate

National award for nursery group

Staff at Young Sussex are celebrating after the nursery group won a national award.

Education
Travel news

TRAVEL: Roadworks affecting M25, A3 and M3 this weekend

Road repairs, emergency roadworks and lane closures are to impact major routes this weekend.

Transport
Travel news

TRAVEL: Chichester to Littlehampton/Brighton rail service impacted by engineering work

Engineering work sees an amended rail service between Chichester and Littlehampton/Brighton this weekend, with bus replacements and line closures.

Transport
Jake Thompson has created an innovative new bike light which allows cyclists to flag up dangerous potholes and junctions

Student's innovative bike light which flags up potholes

A new bike light which flags up 'danger hotspots' on the roads to local authorities has been designed by a University of Sussex student.

Transport
Tom Druitt behind the wheel of one of The Big Lemon's electric buses

Electric dreams fulfilled for Brighton bus company

A city bus company is to run its entire public bus network on electric after successfully raising funds for three new buses.

Transport
Toys R Us Hove (Credit: Google Maps)

Closing date for Hove Toys R Us announced

Toys R Us in Hove will close in one week, as part of the closure of the toy retailer's stores around the country.
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