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Thursday, 20 October 2016
City’s schools in top 50 of key new government performance table
Secondary school students in Brighton & Hove are making better progress than in most other areas of the country.
44 new homes granted planning permission
Planning permission has been granted for 44 new homes in Brighton - 40 per cent of them affordable units aimed at local people in housing need.
Seafront restaurant loses alcohol licence
A seafront restaurant has lost its licence to sell alcohol following a review by Brighton & Hove City Council's licensing team.
Wednesday, 19 October 2016
Clean, green sweeping machines hit the city's streets
The city’s residents and tourists will soon be able to enjoy cleaner than ever streets – more often.
Tuesday, 18 October 2016
Aboriginal Ancestral Remains returned to Australia
A special Handover Ceremony to mark the return of Aboriginal ancestral remains from Brighton to Australia has taken place.
Walking and wheeling their way to school
Around 4,000 pre-school children are walking, scooting and going by bike as they take part in this year’s ‘Walking and Wheeling Week.’
Monday, 17 October 2016
Brighton & Hove Albion help spread the word about parks consultation
Brighton & Hove Albion Executive Director Martin Perry and winger Solly March (pictured) have been highlighting the council’s Big Conversation on parks and open spaces.
Brighton’s 300-metre zip wire approved
A 300 metre-long zip wire attraction on Brighton beach has just been granted planning permission by the city council.
Friday, 14 October 2016
Asking views on special educational needs provision
The council is committed to providing all children in Brighton & Hove with the best chances to learn and develop.
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