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  • Letter: Unfare increase

    How can the bus company put their prices up again? We have seen a 30 per cent hike over the past year. read more

  • Letter: This magical place is not expensive

    How unfair of Audrey Simpson to pick on the prices charged at the Pavilion Gardens cafe (The Argus, July 2). The prices are still lower than many other open air cafes in Brighton that are not situated in such pleasant surroundings. read more

  • Letter: Dirty business

    Having attended the planning meeting regarding the proposed sewage works for Peacehaven, it would not just be the eastern end of Peacehaven that will be affected. read more

  • Letter: Happy campus

    A building is indeed planned at Varndean Sixth Form College campus, as Adam Trimingham observes in his article about sports fields (The Argus, June 23). read more

  • Letter: Our councillors need to keep officials in check

    When Labour had a committee-swamping majority on planning, it was all so easy for Brighton and Hove City Council's officers whose recommendations to grant or refuse were loyally and obediently endorsed by Labour councillors. The rest of the councillors were powerless to affect anything. read more

  • Weights and measures: a very British mess?

    A campaign to end the "the very British mess" of the state of weights and measures in this country was launched today by Lord Howe of Aberavon, the former Tory Chancellor. read more

  • Free online accounting and e-commerce for smes

    A free online accounting and e-commerce system is available for UK companies from today on http://www.20four7.com. An increasing number of business people trust free web-based email systems and enjoy the advantages. 20four7 now offers a new business service based on the same idea. For the first time ever small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK have access to a free alternative to their paper or spreadsheet based accounting. This new highly sophisticated yet easy to use system contains a complete accounting system, online shop and address book. The accounting system is very easy to use and features all necessary functions including nominal ledgers, cash flow, invoicing, VAT reports, balance sheet, profit and loss accounts, supplier and customer management, bank reconciliation, and much more. read more

  • Passengers saved aggro as handlers accept deal

    The threat of a strike by baggage handlers at Gatwick has been averted after a pay deal was agreed during talks between unions and employers. read more

  • No date for more room on railways

    The chief executive of Network Rail has admitted there is still no timeframe for an increase in capacity on trains across Sussex. read more

  • Green ups his offer for M&S to £9.1 billion

    Tycoon Philip Green has turned up the heat on Marks & Spencer by increasing his proposed takeover offer to £9.1 billion and securing the support of its largest investor. read more

  • Turbulent times but more fly easyJet

    No-frills airline easyJet carried 2.24 million passengers during June, a 28 per cent increase on last year, it said yesterday. read more

  • Working together and giving a helping hand

    For most, starting a business from scratch is a terrifying leap in the dark - especially if it means giving up a secure job. read more

  • Diamond plan for a thriving region

    More than 100 business leaders were meeting today to launch a regional brand which they hope will boost their status overseas. read more

  • Nurse gave patient oral sex in his office

    A clinic manager who had sex with three anorexic patients has been struck off after being found guilty of misconduct. read more

  • Letter: Put your own house in order

    Now David Blunkett has suspended David Westwood over the Soham case, he should show the same appetite for rooting out numbskull judges whose failings far outweigh those of the chief constable of Humberside. read more

  • Dispute over union's school spending tally

    Eduscation leaders spent the second lowest amount of money in England on children in Brighton and Hove primary schools last year, a survey has claimed. read more

  • Letter: She deserves this lasting memorial

    I would like to pen a few thoughts on the opening of Princess Diana's Memorial. read more

  • Letter: Better value

    I don't understand what Donna Hollinsworth means when she says the Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company is being "sneaky" by making the One-Day Saver ticket 10p cheaper than the cost of two single tickets (The Argus, June 29. read more

  • Letter: Friends of the fit

    The new national park must be open for all, not just the few who are fit and able. read more

  • Gay officers stand out at Pride parade

    The Sussex Police flag will be replaced with a gay police banner outside Brighton police station during Pride next month. read more

  • Agent leaves landlords and tenants in turmoil

    An estate agent sunning himself on the Costa Blanca while his firm faces financial turmoil back home in Brighton has been banned from the profession for life. read more

  • Bonfire revellers cleared in racism inquiry

    Members of a Sussex bonfire society questioned by police after the burning of a caravan carrying the number plate P1KEY will not be prosecuted. read more

  • Crackdown on binge drinkers

    A booze blitz has been launched in Brighton and Hove to tackle alcohol-fuelled thugs and hooligans. read more

  • Letter: Join it all up

    It appears most of our councillors, including the Greens, are incapable of joined-up thinking. read more

  • Doubts over blood on jailed father's clothes

    Blood found on Sion Jenkins' clothing after the murder of his teenage foster daughter could have got there as he comforted her in her dying moments. read more

  • Letter: We need trams

    Eighteen months sounds like an unrealistic time scale to clean up the pollution on the streets of Brighton, even if motorists can be tempted into the latest low emission buses. read more

  • Patient who damaged cars chooses jail

    A rebel pensioner has been jailed after he refused to co-operate with a judge. read more

  • Letter: No curse

    Chris Todd's assessment of park and ride (The Argus, July 1) was an interesting diatribe against an idea whose time has surely come, especially for our city which has made great strides in public transport provision but which continues to struggle with the eight million visitors a year (and their cash) that support a vast chunk of our economy. read more

  • July 8: We won't pay silly money

    Albion boss Mark McGhee today attacked agents who "try to find an easy buck." read more

  • Stadium criticism formally rebuffed

    The comments of a planning inspector who said Falmer was the wrong site for a stadium will be rebuffed in a formal response to his report. read more

  • Thousands in the dark

    A summer storm uprooted trees, disrupted transport and left thousands of homes without electricity. read more

  • Letter: Unfare increase

    How can the bus company put their prices up again? We have seen a 30 per cent hike over the past year. read more

  • Letter: This magical place is not expensive

    How unfair of Audrey Simpson to pick on the prices charged at the Pavilion Gardens cafe (The Argus, July 2). The prices are still lower than many other open air cafes in Brighton that are not situated in such pleasant surroundings. read more

  • Letter: Dirty business

    Having attended the planning meeting regarding the proposed sewage works for Peacehaven, it would not just be the eastern end of Peacehaven that will be affected. read more

  • Letter: Happy campus

    A building is indeed planned at Varndean Sixth Form College campus, as Adam Trimingham observes in his article about sports fields (The Argus, June 23). read more

  • Letter: Our councillors need to keep officials in check

    When Labour had a committee-swamping majority on planning, it was all so easy for Brighton and Hove City Council's officers whose recommendations to grant or refuse were loyally and obediently endorsed by Labour councillors. The rest of the councillors were powerless to affect anything. read more

  • Weights and measures: a very British mess?

    A campaign to end the "the very British mess" of the state of weights and measures in this country was launched today by Lord Howe of Aberavon, the former Tory Chancellor. read more

  • Free online accounting and e-commerce for smes

    A free online accounting and e-commerce system is available for UK companies from today on http://www.20four7.com. An increasing number of business people trust free web-based email systems and enjoy the advantages. 20four7 now offers a new business service based on the same idea. For the first time ever small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK have access to a free alternative to their paper or spreadsheet based accounting. This new highly sophisticated yet easy to use system contains a complete accounting system, online shop and address book. The accounting system is very easy to use and features all necessary functions including nominal ledgers, cash flow, invoicing, VAT reports, balance sheet, profit and loss accounts, supplier and customer management, bank reconciliation, and much more. read more

  • Passengers saved aggro as handlers accept deal

    The threat of a strike by baggage handlers at Gatwick has been averted after a pay deal was agreed during talks between unions and employers. read more

  • No date for more room on railways

    The chief executive of Network Rail has admitted there is still no timeframe for an increase in capacity on trains across Sussex. read more

  • Green ups his offer for M&S to £9.1 billion

    Tycoon Philip Green has turned up the heat on Marks & Spencer by increasing his proposed takeover offer to £9.1 billion and securing the support of its largest investor. read more

  • Turbulent times but more fly easyJet

    No-frills airline easyJet carried 2.24 million passengers during June, a 28 per cent increase on last year, it said yesterday. read more

  • Working together and giving a helping hand

    For most, starting a business from scratch is a terrifying leap in the dark - especially if it means giving up a secure job. read more

  • Diamond plan for a thriving region

    More than 100 business leaders were meeting today to launch a regional brand which they hope will boost their status overseas. read more

  • Nurse gave patient oral sex in his office

    A clinic manager who had sex with three anorexic patients has been struck off after being found guilty of misconduct. read more

  • Letter: Put your own house in order

    Now David Blunkett has suspended David Westwood over the Soham case, he should show the same appetite for rooting out numbskull judges whose failings far outweigh those of the chief constable of Humberside. read more

  • Dispute over union's school spending tally

    Eduscation leaders spent the second lowest amount of money in England on children in Brighton and Hove primary schools last year, a survey has claimed. read more

  • Letter: She deserves this lasting memorial

    I would like to pen a few thoughts on the opening of Princess Diana's Memorial. read more

  • Letter: Better value

    I don't understand what Donna Hollinsworth means when she says the Brighton and Hove Bus and Coach Company is being "sneaky" by making the One-Day Saver ticket 10p cheaper than the cost of two single tickets (The Argus, June 29. read more

  • Letter: Friends of the fit

    The new national park must be open for all, not just the few who are fit and able. read more

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