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Friday, 19 October 2018
Council bites back at irresponsible dog owner
A Brighton dog owner has been ordered to keep her Rottweilers under control after one attacked and bit two other dogs.
Wednesday, 17 October 2018
New health centre proposed for Oxford Street
Residents who use St Peter’s and North Laine Medical Centres are set to benefit from a brand new purpose built surgery under plans to merge the practices, which came a step closer with a council pr
Tuesday, 16 October 2018
Protecting young people from exploitation by drug dealers
Action is being taken to protect young people and children being exploited by illegal drug dealers in the city.
Monday, 15 October 2018
City joins secondary school Ofsted ‘elite’
Brighton & Hove has joined an elite group of local authorities nationally where all children can attend a good secondary school.
More time to apply for the council's Communities Fund
The council has extended the time for groups wanting to apply for its special communities funding.
Friday, 12 October 2018
Brighton & Hove signs up to Cleaner Air Charter
Brighton & Hove City Council has signed up to Oxford City Council’s Charter for Cleaner Air which calls on the UK Government to put the health of communities first and make improving air qualit
Celebrate the City's Social Side on Saturday 13 October
Now entering its fifth year, Social Saturday is a country-wide initiative dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of UK soc
Thursday, 11 October 2018
Proposals for new Whitehawk homes on show
Whitehawk residents are being consulted on early designs to provide around 217 new affordable homes on a site in the north of Whitehawk, adjacent to Brighton Racecourse.
Consultation on Valley Gardens Phase 3 goes ahead
A six week public consultation begins on Monday 15 October to allow local residents an opportunity to give their views on a proposed design option for Valley Gardens Phase 3 – the area from the Old
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