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Friday, 16 March 2018
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
Council takes action to reduce flood risk to homes
Residents at high risk of flooding in Hove and Portslade could soon benefit from measures provided by the council to reduce flood risk to their homes.
Monday, 12 March 2018
Plans to increase school parking enforcement
Three additional officers could be recruited to focus on parking enforcement around schools.
Friday, 9 March 2018
PSPOs doing the job in parks and opens spaces
Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) introduced last year have strengthened the council’s ability to respond to anti-social behaviour in parks and open spaces.
Thursday, 8 March 2018
Badges pointing out that you can’t assume what someone’s gender identity and pronouns they use, will be distributed to Brighton & Hove City Council staff and partners in the city later this mo
Fish and chip owner battered for filthy restaurant
A Brighton fish and chip restaurant owner who allowed his premises to become a breeding ground for flies and rat infestation has been fined more than £8,000.
Street art and new homes in Kensington Street
Empty sites in Kensington Street have played host to some fabulous street art over recent years.
Memorial ceremony for World War One hero
A commemorative stone will be unveiled at the Old Steine War Memorial in Brighton on Friday 16 March to honour a World War One hero.
Spring into action at your leisure centre
Want to take up a fun and healthy activity this spring?
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