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1 hr ago | The Argus
BRIGHTON and Hove will be painted red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple, as it shows its Pride this weekend.
5 hrs ago | Andover Advertiser
Drivers of foreign-registered vehicles "need to realise they are not above the law in this country", the LGA said Millions of pounds worth of unpaid parking fines have to be written off each year by councils unable to trace drivers of foreign vehicles, according to the Local Government Association .
9 hrs ago | Kent Online
A lack of leadership and a poor understanding of what was happening at each campus led to "a perfect storm" which caused the collapse of K College, according to the new bosses of the institution.
13 hrs ago | The Argus
Tour cyclist Felix English with Brighton councillors Ian Davey Tobi tour mascot and cllr Geoffrey Bowden With just over a month to go until some of the world's best take on the rolling countryside of the South Downs, local pro Felix England checked out the final climb before the finish in Brighton.
14 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
No one was injured in Wednesday's fire, which destroyed about a third of the 1,000 foot-long structure.
14 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
People sun bathe in front of the burnt out remains of the Eastbourne Pier, East Sussex, Thursday July 31, 2014, after a huge fire engulfed the historic Pier on Wednesday.
17 hrs ago | The Argus
The boy, from the Hassocks area, was pronounced dead at the scene and his death is currently being treated as non-suspicious.
Power was cut from more than 440 businesses and households in King's Road including Palace Pier , the Sealife Centre and the Town Hall between about 11.30am and 4.20pm.
Jeremy Forrest, 32, has not seen the girl, now 17, since he was sentenced to five and a half years in jail - the meeting is planned to give her "closure" The maths teacher jailed for having an affair with one of his pupils is set to share an emotional reunion behind bars with the girl he ran away with.
Hastings Fishermen's Museum is set in the former Fishermen's Church of St Nicholas on Rock-a-Nore Road; the church, built on the beach in 1854, had seating for 290.
A long-standing project to teach children how to be safe in 'hazardous' environments, which also involves emergency workers and council staff, has won a prestigious award.
The Brighton and Hove branch of Samaritans organised the 'mobile phone' to promote July as its Talk To Us month.
Police say a stolen Nissan Micra was doing "doughnut turns" in Whitehawk Road, Brighton, at 3.40am before they followed it through Whitehawk.
A CHILDREN'S hospice has launched an urgent appeal after more than A 5,000 of stock at one of its shops was wrecked by flash flooding.
Sharps Pharmacy, in Coombe Road, Brighton, is promoting the use of sun cream to help people choose the right SPF for their families over the high season.
BLOCKED drains have been blamed for devastating flash flooding - but council bosses say it could not have been avoided in the extreme weather.
Concerns have been raised about the decline of the common toad in Valley Ponds in Newhaven by a conservation group member.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 10:58 pm
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