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The English Bridge Union Summer Meeting at The Hilton Brighton Metropole is Britain's largest Bridge event

Parking and hotel prices pushes week long event which attracts 1,500 people to move from Brighton

Goodmoney competition winners, whose designs have been made into greetings cards to be sold with the vouchers.From L-R Mick Taylor, Elijah Oakeshott, Daisy Stansfield, Caroline Lucas, Nola Player, Rio Carroll, Dan WebbPhoto credit: Ashley Laurence/Time fo

The "Brighton Pound" becomes a reality

Katherine Swift’s Hove-based company OMGTEA was awarded £5,000 this month from Innovate UK, a government body which invests in new business ideas.

Green tea company wins funding for growth

The A27 at Firle

Wider roads, flyovers and ‘smart motorway’ solutions for the south's busiest roads

James Richardson has bought the Westbourne Hotel in Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton  Picture: Terry Applin

Club owner turns his hand to hotels – all before turning 25

One of Michael Doyle's visions for the Madeira Drive arches, showing the beach huts and pods underneath

Urban designer shares his own plans for Madeira Drive arches

Japanese rugby team cool off with a dip in the sea.  Picture: Alex Coles

Experts predict a surge in Japanese tourists as Brighton makes rugby history

The Urchin

Investigation after pub customers fall ill after eating oysters

Brighton has lost 800,000 sq ft of office space in the last two years

Brighton has lost 800,000 sq ft of office space in the last two years

Gianluca Cugnetto

Meet the food and drink guru who has pledged to make Hotel du Vin number one

Managing director Steve Kerassitis and staff with awards  Picture: Tony Wood

Is this Brighton and Hove's best company to work for?

A workman repairs the damage.  Picture: Tony Wood

Front of Costa coffee collapses on Brighton seafront

Police speak to traffic wardens after a row breaks out over parking fines issued in South Farm Road in Worthing on Friday. Picture: Mick Symes.

Business owners fined for parking on their own private property

Matt Barker

Tech firm named one of UK’s fastest for growth

West Sussex Labour councillor Michael Jones has called for an outsource rethink at the authority following the latest critical report

Councillors call for outsourcing rethink after new report into multi-million deal with private firm

Rolls-Royce Dawn

Supermodel launches new Sussex built Rolls-Royce

Curry Leaf Cafe owners Euan Sey and Kanthi Kiran Thamma with their staff  Picture: Sam Stephenson

Four restaurants aiming to help Brighton and Hove become curry capital of the UK

Lockgate Dairy

Owner defends £1,700 per night B&B price tag

The team from Posh Totty including Alice (right) collect one of three awards for fastest growing business from comedian Stephen Grant. photo ©Julia Claxton

Posh Totty scoop top awards

Seafood with a great soundtrack at new Hove eaterie

Seafood with a great soundtrack at new Hove eaterie

The Brighton Gay Men's Chorus. photo ©Julia Claxton

Businesses booming at the business awards

Band and football club become new squeezes

Band and football club become new squeezes

Sunbathers enjoy the hot weather on the beach in Brighton, East Sussex. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Sunday August 9, 2015. See PA story WEATHER Weekend. Photo credit should read: Steve Parsons/PA Wire. (36227711)

Day trips to seaside on the up – but overnight stays decline

L-R: Ben Le Brocq, Alec Drewitt andDan Stott are cultivating bugs for human and animal food. PIC: TERRY APPLIN.

Bug Boys want you to eat beetles for breakfast

National Wellness Day could help slash £168 billion NHS bill

National Wellness Day could help slash £168 billion NHS bill

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Is this the greenest estate agency in Sussex?

Work being carried out on the Madeira Drive arches yesterday. Picture Terry Applin.

Warning that terraces collapse fears could hurt Madeira Drive's ability to host major events

The Bartleby’s delivery bike

Ethical brewers with a passion for re-cycling coming to a doorstep near you

The arches at Madeira Drive, Brighton have been closed off to the public as the structure has been deemed dangerous.

We need to work together to help save our historic seafront

Lorenza, Ariana and Diego portrait photo. Picture: Julia Claxton.

Endendum bringing authentic taste of Piedmont to Brighton

Sussex County Cricket Club chief executive Zac Toumazi

Sussex cricket boss inspired by own "humble beginnings" to lead apprenticeship drive

David Deaves

Cheese specialist celebrates five years with global recognition

Gatwick chief executive Stewart Wingate

Gatwick boss hits back at Airport commission's preference for Heathrow expansion

Artist Julie Anne Gilburt

Action needed now to save seafront terraces

Daniel Clarke, centre, with Tom Burgess, Adam Upton and Guy Thompson of The Sussex Ice Cream Company.  Picture: Terry Applin

Sussex ice cream makers scoop awards

Brighton's visitors continue to increase. Picture: Terry Applin

Brighton booming despite national drop in seaside trips

Laurence Pulling

Sweet shop owner offers free parking for customers in Newhaven town centre

Cows at Downsview Farm, Ringmer.  Picture: Tony Wood

Sussex farmers welcome Morrisons milk move


Data protection rules to 'take business by surprise'

Agreement needed on new 10,000 capacity Brighton arena

£540 million redevelopment of Brighton seafront needs to be agreed this year

Lee Shipley, who owns Señor Buddha.  Picture: Tony Wood

New restaurant wants to fuse together Spanish tapas with Asian flavours

Bobblejob brothers Peter Charters and Tim Charters (right), interviewed here

Get all your chores done at the click of a button

Sheikh Abid Gulzar.

Leading hotelier reveals interest in buying Eastbourne Pier

An artist's impression of how one of the new blocks will look when finished

Investment into school extension

Bedlam Brewery of Albourne. L-R: MD Dominic Worrall and Head Brewer Fabio Israel. Pic: Tony Wood

Bedlam Brewery to triple capacity with £250k investment

Ray Bloom, chairman of Regent Exhibitions, at his office in Hove

Bumper year for Albion director Ray's IMEX

Industrial tech producer flies flag for British manufacturing

Industrial tech producer flies flag for British manufacturing

It's official: Brighton's Palace Pier is fourth best attraction in country

It's official: Brighton's Palace Pier is fifth best attraction in country

Third Nando's in Brighton and Hove opens today

Third Nando's in Brighton and Hove opens today

Queens Square, Crawley

Town centre regeneration to go ahead

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