Peter Kyle MP: Fighting for lower rail fares

I never stop trying to make life better for rail passengers, because I know just how badly the poor service has affected our community over the past few years.

Dr Jelena Goranovic

Brighton Chamber: Improving wellbeing in the workplace

Stress and burnout are caused by factors both in and outside of work, but their effect on business is significant. Stress-related absences cost the British economy almost £6.5 billion each year.

Cllr Tony Janio, leader of the Conservatives on Brighton and Hove City Council

Tony Janio: City’s ruling Labour party is at war with itself

At the recent Budget Council meeting I warned that ‘our city is clearly in the middle of a crisis: with a Labour Administration at war with itself’.

Warren Morgan, the Labour leader of Brighton and Hove City Council

Warren Morgan: We must fight the chaotic ruinous prospect of Brexit

A year ago I wrote in this column of my fears on Britain leaving the EU, of ‘uncertain and worrying times’. This week the Chancellor of the Exchequer told the country in his Spring Statement that economic growth over the next few years will be slower than predicted two years ago. We are potentially headed into the worst five years economically since World War Two.

Dr Martin Warner'Bishop of Chichester

The relevance of making time and space

The season of Lent is a period of 40 days when Christians prepare to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ at Easter.

Lloyd Russell-Moyle, MP for Brighton, Kemptown

Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP: Making homes fit for ‘human habitation’

My friend and fellow Labour MP Karen Buck currently has two Private Member’s Bills she is trying to get through Parliament.

Margaret Bondfield

Jean Calder: City must honour women’s achievements

In 1914, on the eve of world war, the Suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst wrote in her autobiography, My Own Story: “The militancy of men, through all the centuries, has drenched the world with blood, and for these deeds of horror and destruction men have been rewarded with monuments, with great songs and epics. The militancy of women has harmed no human life save the lives of those who fought the battle of righteousness. Time alone will reveal what reward will be allotted to the women.”

Cllr Phelim Mac Cafferty

Phelim Mac Cafferty: Government cuts have hit women the hardest

As we celebrate International Women’s Day this week, it is important to point out that 100 years after some women won the right to vote, key gains for women’s equality now look set to be jeopardised.

Karen Barford, lead member for adult social care on Brighton & Hove City Council

Karen Barford: Funding adult social care has become a huge issue

It is without a doubt that local authorities have been put under enormous pressure by continued government cuts to adult social care.

Peter Desmond

Brighton Chamber: The circular economy

How can we make more of scarce resources, reduce waste and move away from our current linear economy of ‘take-make-use-dispose’?

Cllr Tony Janio, leader of the Conservatives on Brighton and Hove City Council

Tony Janio: A grown-up approach to setting the budget

In a lighter moment before Budget Council last week, I suggested to council officers that the meeting, which normally runs into Friday morning, would be over at 8.08pm.

Cllr Emma Daniel, Labour Chair of the Neighbourhoods, Communities & Equalities Committee

Emma Daniel: Celebrating sisterhood in Brighton and Hove

With International Women’s Day next week on March 8, and a big event tomorrow (March 3) being held at the Brighton Dome and Brighton Museum (free entry) in collaboration with the Brighton Women’s Centre, as well as other events around the city, I wanted to take the opportunity to reflect on the sisterhood in our city.

The Venerable Edward Dowler, Archdeacon of Hastings

Life begins at 40

In Lent, forty is a very special number.

The spin class

On Your Marks: I’m spinning around, move outta my way!

When I started this challenge - to be able to run a half marathon from scratch - I knew my main issues would be getting fit and avoiding injury.

Cllr Alan Robins SUS-171020-093745001

Alan Robins: Working together for the Greater Brighton region

Attracting businesses to the region is something local authorities and their partners are increasingly working together to do.

Councillor MacCafferty

Issues the council can not afford to ignore

The Green group of councillors has approached the annual budget in the context of three events that have rocked local government in the last year.

Councillor Warren Morgan

Two "Business for good" aspirations

We have been setting out budget for the coming year, and in doing so I have reflected on the many challenges we have faced as a Labour council and on our achievements so far.

Mike O'Connell

Column: Helpful tips to tackle the trauma of tinnitus

If you are suffering with tinnitus, then it helps to speak to someone who really knows what you are going through. Ears, nose and throat surgeon, Mr Mike O’Connell from The Montefiore Hospital in Hove, shares his own personal experience, and offers advice.

Kerry Watkins from Social Brighton

Kerry Watkins: Social media tips to help market you business

The world of social media never stands still. There have been several major changes over the past few months which could impact how you market your business. What can your business do to stay ahead of the curve?

Cllr Tony Janio, leader of the Conservatives on Brighton and Hove City Council SUS-180215-140221001

Tony Janio: We are reluctantly backing Labour’s budget for the city

If you ever find yourself sitting next to a six-year-old as they browse the telly for ‘Peppa Pig’, detail the intricacies of ‘Mindcraft’ and explain the circumstances when a ‘tablet’ needs a ‘reboot’ you, like me, might feel a twinge of inadequacy.

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