For Sabina Nessa
We have today lowered the flags at Hove Town Hall and Brighton Town Hall in memory of Sabina Nessa and to raise awareness of violence against women and girls.
Another busy weekend ahead in Brighton & Hove
With good weather forecast and a number of events and planned protests taking place, we’re asking residents and visitors to plan for another busy weekend in and around the city.
Cases rise in secondary school age children
Cases continue to fall in most age groups, however, similar to the rest of the country we are seeing an increase in cases in secondary school aged children and young people.
Welcoming the first families under the Afghan resettlement schemes
We’ll soon be welcoming the first families to the city as part of the national call to support people fleeing from the desperate situation in Afghanistan.
Valley Gardens nominated for major project award
One of Brighton & Hove’s newest and most picturesque open spaces has been nominated for a top award.
Cityclean to take industrial action - council statement
Following notification of strike action by HGV drivers in the council’s Cityclean service, the council restates its continuous commitment to resolving the dispute and working with Trades Unions and staff to provide a good service to residents.
Have your say on Connaught Road school relocation proposal
Consultation events on a plan to move the West Hove Infants site to the Hove Junior site at Holland Road run from 21 September to 7 October.
Deadline to get funding for an apprentice has been extended
The deadline for employers to apply to the apprenticeship levy transfer scheme is now 13 October 2021.
City’s new Adult Education Hub welcomes its first learners
Brighton & Hove's new city-centre adult learning hub is now enrolling for autumn classes.
Children designing their dream streets for Car Free Day
Children from Brighton & Hove have been designing their ‘dream streets’ to celebrate this year’s Car Free Day.