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Expansion for city’s bike sharing scheme

Dozens more bikes are set to be rolled out in the west of the city, as part of the BTN Bikeshare scheme.

Transport
Students enjoying the great outdoors in North Wales

All Year 7s at one Brighton school attended school trip thanks to £10k donation

A £10,000 donation meant all Year 7 students at Dorothy Stringer were able to make a school trip to North Wales.

Education
Habitat is moving onto North Street as part of the redevelopment of the Hanningtons Estate

Habitat reveals return to Brighton high street

A popular homeware retailer will open its first high street stand-alone store in more than a decade in Brighton.

Business
Electric buses

Emissions free-future for buses in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove Buses is testing a new electric bus in its 'race towards an emissions-free future'.

Transport
Dr John Godfrey SUS-180523-133459001

GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

Dr John Godfrey is stepping away from his work at Gatwick at a time when the airport ‘is in very good shape’.

Transport
The plans for an outdoor pool on Brighton seafront SUS-180613-160241001

Outdoor pool on Brighton seafront to ‘resurrect’ area east of the pier

The collective behind plans for a long-anticipated outdoor swimming pool at Madeira Drive said it wants to revive ‘competitive and recreational sea-swimming on Brighton seafront’.

Business
Hastings Pier. Photo by Eddie Mitchell.

COUNTY NEWS: Rumour of pier sale sparks protest gig

Employees are to hold a protest against rumours a popular Sussex pier will be sold to Sheikh Abid Gulzar from Eastbourne Pier.

News
Staff gathered at Regency Square as part of the rally in Brighton

The Body Shop holds Brighton rally against animal testing

Staff from The Body Shop descended on Brighton to campaign against animal testing on Friday (June 8).

Business
Poundworld

Jobs at risk as Poundworld calls in administrators

A discount retailer with two Sussex stores has announced has called in the administrators this morning (June 11).

Business

Harry Potter shop owner to 'fly' with skydive for homeless

The owner of a wizarding shop is crowdfunding a skydive to raise money for Brighton’s homeless.
Business
Sean Adams

Brighton Chamber: Grow your customer base

Businesses face so many challenges today, but one of the most pressing issues troubling CEOs is growth.
Business
Brighton-based Trusted House Sitters

Celebrating thriving sharing economy in Brighton and Hove

It’s Global Sharing Week, and those behind Brighton and Hove sharing economy businesses have explained why the concept works so well in the city.
Business
The pier is to feature a new attraction - a digital Walk of Fame

Pier to launch digital ‘Walk of Fame’

An interactive Walk of Fame on Brighton Palace Pier will pay homage to famous stars and musicians linked to the city.

Business
Southern Rail

Broken down engineering train causes rail delays

Commuters are facing disruption on the Brighton Mainline this morning (June 7) after an engineering train broke down between Gatwick and Purley.

Transport
Brighton included in ‘emerging capitals’ of British business

Brighton included in ‘emerging capitals’ of British business

A new report looking into the strengths of the current UK business landscape has discovered the emerging ‘capitals’ of British business - including Brighton.

Business
Staff from Sussex Asphalte before the Worthing 10k

Roofing company marks 70th anniversary in style

Staff at a family roofing business took to the streets to raise money for charity as part of celebrations for its 70th anniversary.

Business
Two thirds of the city's food outlets have a top hygiene rating

Majority of city’s food outlets are up to scratch on hygiene

Two thirds of the city’s catering businesses were given the top food hygiene rating, the council said.
Business
Brighton Square restaurant pavilion image by Quadrant Designs

New restaurant could revitalise ‘run-down’ square

Restaurant chain Coppa Club wants to bring a pavilion to The Lanes.

Politics

'Cereal and doodle cafe' opens in Brighton

They've been popping up in London over the last few years, but now a cereal cafe has opened its doors in Brighton.
Business
Nick Juba, CEO of The MET

Channel 4 relocation ‘an excellent opportunity for Brighton’

Brighton and Hove’s creative credentials could be boosted if Channel 4 decides to move part of its operation to the seaside city.

Business
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