Hove, England Newswire

Hove, England Newswire

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  1. Disabled pensioner stuck in second-floor flat because it's 'too hot' to fix liftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 12 | Metro UK News

    A disabled pensioner has been left trapped in her second-floor flat because it is 'too hot' to fix the lifts. Valerie Roache, who suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and severe arthritis, has become a prisoner in her own home after the council admitted that they couldn't repair the lifts for at least a month because of the weather.

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  2. Police defend decision to shut station amid chaotic queues after Brighton PrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | Haringey Independent

    Police have defended their decision to shut a railway station while dealing with chaotic queues as people tried to get a train home from Brighton Pride. Revellers complained of being "crushed" against the gates which were shut at Brighton train station on Saturday night when huge crowds arrived after Britney Spears finished her headline performance at the festival.

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  3. Morning after the night before as people wake up on Brighton beach after PrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 6 | Metro UK News

    Brighton Pride is Britain's biggest celebration of the LGBT community - and it all got a bit too much for some people. And at the end of a long day and night, many of them could only make it as far as the beach before collapsing for some well-earned shut-eye.

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  4. Top A 35k-a-year private school goes to war with Ikea over plans to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | Daily Mail

    Top A 35k-a-year private school goes to war with Ikea as the Swedish firm plans to build a HUGE store less than a mile from the 550-acre Sussex estate A A 35,000-a-year private school has gone to war with Ikea over its plans to build a huge store less than a mile from its famous Gothic spires. Lancing College said a giant furniture store would threaten the school's future and put the 'guardianship' of its 550-acre estate at risk.

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  5. Brighton Pride - crush' horror: 'STAMPEDE' at station, 'many injured' - " '1000s' strandedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | Daily Star

    Huge crowds leaving the festival were pictured huddled outside the station after dangerous overcrowding forced the station's gates to be shut. Many reported being "crushed" during the carnage, with one passenger saying the "shocking scenes" were "literally" like the Hillsborough tragedy.

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  6. Chaotic scenes' at railway station as huge crowds leave Brighton PrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 4 | This is Wiltshire

    Revellers were left stranded for several hours as huge crowds tried to make their way home from Brighton Pride on Saturday night. Passengers reported "chaotic" scenes outside Brighton train station, with pictures on social media showing hundreds of people waiting to get onto the platforms.

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  7. Lethal 'contaminated' Ecstasy pills flood Brighton days before PrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Metro

    Police have warned those attending Brighton Pride to avoid the 'Chupa Chups' pills, which they say are being sold by dealers in the area. The tablets have been found to contain several 'adulterant substances' including PMA, a substance which has been linked to several deaths.

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  8. Pre-school teachers criticised for failing to spot signs of extremism and radicalisationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Metro UK News

    Staff at a pre-school in Hove have been criticised by government inspectors for failing to spot the early signs of radicalisation in its children aged two to five. The new Ofsted report said the nursery 'must ensure all staff use the information gained through training to improve their knowledge of the prevent duty and wider safeguarding issues' by tomorrow in order to meet the requirements of the early years foundation stage and the Childcare Register.

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  9. Snowboarding star Ellie Soutter mourned after dying on 18th birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 28 | The New Zealand Herald

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  10. Record-breaking heatwave sparks RAT invasion with councils plotting extra bin roundsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 26 | Daily Mail

    Record-breaking heatwave sparks RAT invasion with councils plotting extra bin rounds after 'swarms of vermin' are spotted on housing estates, beaches and in parks Britain's longest heatwave since 1976 could spark a plague of rats as they gnaw on food rubbish warmed by weeks of sunshine and early-ripened fruit. Councils could be forced to step up bin collections as they battle the rodent problem, with the rats also feasting on leftovers at parks and beaches.

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  11. Thermal images reveal who endures the most stifling working conditionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 25 | Daily Mail

    Trump calls Republicans 'weak' for not marching in lockstep on trade and says 'vicious' China is targeting U.S. farmers because he loves them EXCLUSIVE: 'I had everything anyone could want.' Suburban housewife who went on a spree stealing packages from neighbors breaks her silence, claiming she had PTSD caused by a string of sex assaults in the Army Britain's hottest jobs: Thermal images reveal road workers, dry cleaners and baristas are enduring the most stifling working conditions in Britain's heatwave You might feel like you're struggling through Britain's longest heatwave since 1976 that has already seen temperatures hit 91.9F this week.

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  12. Britain planting vines to produce more wine next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Iol.co.za

    Collette O'Leary, from Hove, Sussex, swapped public relations for a degree in viticuture and oenology, the science and study of wine and winemaking. She is now wine development manager at Bluebell Vineyard in East Sussex.

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  13. How English Cities Got Their NamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 20 | Londonist

    Which is the only English city named after a woman? What city gets its name from a breast-shaped hill? And what was Newcastle called before it got its new castle? England contains 51 cities, many of which have fascinating etymologies. Here they are, alphabetically, with the leading theories on how they got their names.

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  14. Brighton council to pay compensation over nuisance neighbourRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 18 | Newsday

    A council was wrong to place a mother and her autistic son in temporary accommodation below a nuisance neighbour, an ombudsman has found. The neighbour swore frequently and had threatened to stab the mother and kill her son, the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman heard.

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  15. HARDMAN: The Brighton Beach posse were on a mission to bin all the bad stuffRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2018 | Daily Mail

    The Brighton Beach posse were on a mission to bin all the bad stuff so it's rather lucky the drizzle kept the nudists away, says ROBERT HARDMAN Maybe it was just as well that the grey skies and intermittent drizzle had kept the nudists away. Because nothing was going to stop the beady-eyed army marching along Brighton's famous beachfront this weekend with one aim in mind: to bin the bad stuff.

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  16. Let staff enjoy the World Cup, employers urgedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2018 | ITV

    A giant England flag assembled by scaffolders on an eight-storey block of flats in Hove, East Sussex Unions and politicians are calling for a bank holiday if England win the World Cup and for bosses to be sympathetic to their workforce if they are a little worse for wear on Thursday morning. As England gear up for their semi-final clash against Croatia, employers across the country may be worried that productivity will slump to zero if the national team make it to the final.

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  17. I was in Football Manager and I don't know how to feel about itRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2018 | Eurogamer

    In 2008, aged 16, I signed for Lewes FC. The club was in ascendancy: newly promoted to the Conference, we had a new stand at the stadium , a new Under 18s coach, brought in from the Brighton and Hove Albion academy just down the road, and a new intake of what was, genuinely, the best squad of non-academy players in the south of England.

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  18. England supporters put flag in creative spots like on homes and sheepRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2018 | Mail on Sunday

    'My heart is broken': Photographer shares tragic images of her homeless, drug addict son, 20, passed out in the street 'You pieces of sh**': Giants player AJ Francis vents his fury after TSA spills his mother's ASHES while searching his luggage A sea of St George's cross flags has been unfurled across the nation - in increasingly surprising places and of ever more bizarre proportions. Even animals are getting into the football spirit.

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  19. World Cup 2018: Hove scaffolders fly giant flag for EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2018 | BBC News

    A team of scaffolders has plastered a block of flats with a giant St George's flag to shout out their support for England in the World Cup. Red and white safety netting has been used by staff from Eason Scaffolding to cover an eight-storey building in Hove, East Sussex.

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  20. Scaffolders cover eight-storey block of flats with giant England flagRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2018 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    A team of scaffolders shouted their support from the rooftops for England in the World Cup by covering a block of flats with a giant flag. Steve Eason and his staff used red and white safety netting to cover staging around the eight-storey building in Hove, East Sussex.

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