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The Brighton Centre and the Odeon cinema and Kingswest complexPhotograph taken 14 January 2005 (55763539)

Councillors: Freeze prices to keep trade at the Brighton Centre

L-R: Adam Johnson, David Carmichael, Ritz Cannell, Marco Wren, Mayadeep Bahra, Sara King.

Optician bridging the divide between High Street and high end

US media reports from the Iowa Caucus (55050566)

Internet company shares US Presidential campaign with the world

Chinese New Year celebrations in Brighton and Hove in 2014

Are we doing enough to welcome the Chinese?

McDonald's is to introduce table service to Sussex for the first time in its 42-year history in the UK.

Fast food giant McDonald's to bring in table service to Sussex restaurant for first time

Hove resident John Kapp wants to use the i360 to create the world's tallest sun dial.

Resident unveils plans to turn i360 into world's biggest sundial

Sam Silverwood-Cope, director and co-founder of Intelligent Positioning

Intelligent Positioning lands £2.5 million investment

Investors sought a total of over £2.1m after the copmany's liquidation. (54043761)

Company director struck off for misleading customers into buying land for 23 times what he paid

Nass and Brenda at the launch of Arundel Eccentrics collection at Liberty in London.

Couple go from alleyway workshop to dedicated room at top London department store

Lewes Post Office.  Picture: Google Street View

Hundreds join bid to save post office

Tesco to close three of its Sussex stores overnight

Tesco to close three of its Sussex stores overnight

Camber Castle Public House in Lydd Road, Camber.  Picture: Google Street View

Pub closed after mice droppings found

One of the three former Little Oaks nurseries in Islingword Road, Brighton, now subject to a Charities Commission investigation.

Nursery company added to nationwide investigation into “double defaulting” charities

The Expand executive search at their Bond street office

Unlimited holiday? Yes please. One Brighton company turns the idea into reality

BASE jumpers captured against the clouds on Saturday morning. Picture: Mike and Lexi Smith

No investigation into i360 BASE jumpers

From left, Declan Cassidy and Simon Riley of maker Club are behind a campaign to get 3D printers in every school

UK’s top creative firm helps young engineers

Dave Austin, founder of The Edit

Post-production team in ten-year rebranding

Focus Group

Success story of growth and taking on new staff

The windfarm is being built eight miles off the coast

Foundations due to be laid this week on south coast's first offshore wind farm

One of the precincts of Newhaven town centre

Another one bites the dust - residents air concerns over latest shop to leave town centre

MP slams sexist lingerie window debate as ridiculous

MP slams sexist lingerie window debate as ridiculous

Fishing boat Worthing beach with Worthing pier. Picture by Tony Wood.

Company prosecuted for spilling sewage into the ocean stumps up £31.5 million to improve water quality

The controversial window display at Boux Avenue, in Churchill Square. Picture by Sarah Derby.

Sexist or harmless? Lingerie mannequins doing laundry in their pants to be removed

Lewes Crown Post Office could be re-located under new plans. Pic courtesy of Google.

Two Sussex Post Offices could be moved into private hands under new plans

The management company at Brighton's Open Market has stepped down Picture Terry Applin

Traders celebrate as unpopular management firm announces intention to pull out of Brighton Open Market contract

A Southern Railway train approaching Brighton Station.  Picture: Simon Dack

Poor train service fuels MPs' fury at rail summit

Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan speaking at the Brighton Chamber Big Debate 'Should the EU be More Business Friendly' at the Brighthelm Centre. Pic: Simon Dack / Vervate

EU corporate cartels damaging small business, MEP warns

Brighton Chamber president Carol Lewis, Council leader Warren Morgan, Raise director Lindsay Jacobs, with staff Lucile Blanchard, Jodie Fawcett, Jessica Searle

Living Wage milestone as 250th business sign up

The Practice Group is to end its contract running five GP surgeries in Brighton and Hove because the current agreement had become "impossible" to maintain.

John Lewis arrival sealed the end for GP firm as it walks away from contract and 11,500 patients

A South Eastern train service at Hastings Railway Station

Petition launched to strip train company of its franchise

Zoe Sugg and Alfie Deyes

Zoella and boyfriend Alfie are best sellers

The ancient God Pan

Building second runway at Gatwick will upset ancient Gods

Tara Phillips from Churchill Square at the launch party of the Martlets Snowdogs By The Sea campaign held at the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink Picture: Simon Dack / Vervate

Businesses invited to sponsor their own Snowdog for trailblazing art trail

The Argus Hollingbury House is sold. (51867979)

Argus headed for city centre after Hollingbury HQ sold

Thorne’s project management Team at the Kings Road Arches in Hove with the Client and the President of the Institute of Civil Engineers

How engineering brothers rebuilt Sussex during Second World War


'Everyone thought I was crazy' - how boss gave up generous corporate salary for 'no hope' company

Maria with colleagues Katie (left) and Sarah group photo colour (002).jpg (51805014)

Jeweller who started in parents' kitchen counts record Christmas sales

Custom Pharmaceuticals CEO Nigel Richardson with staff in 2010

Pharmaceutical firm to invest £20m on new facility at site of Brighton bingo hall and create 50 jobs

An artist’s vision of how the park could look

Multimillion-pound plan for science park will create 1,000 high-skilled jobs

Nick Lomax’s ambitious ideas for a multi-storey successor to the West Pier

West Pier plans turned down by i360 team

Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca, which has an iconic shipping container restaurant on London's Southbank, is coming to Brighton.

Mexican street food restaurant Wahaca to open in Brighton

Halinka Fraser set up Halinka's Fairies originally to pay for her daughter's ballet training Picture: Stephen Lawrence / Southern News & Pictures (SNAP)

Fairytale creations stitched together with love

The Brighton wheel has a spring clean. Picture by David McHugh.

Brighton Wheel strips down for its annual spring clean

Dozens have leapt to the defence of the railway

Dozens hit back at plan to uproot Volks

Back row:  Grant Lawrence, Mia Whitaker-Jones, Lydia Whitworth, Richard Bradford, Charlotte Young.Front row:  Esther Keown, Kitty Moeran, Roxy Jones, Josh Everitt, Mikele Addis, Sue Addis, Morgan Adderly-Jones, Blaize Sagna, Riley Paine, Elijah Heubo

Italian restaurant throws support behind school's PE department

Dermot O'Leary while speaking to The Argus about the restaurant's first year in business in 2010.

Dermot O'Leary's Brighton restaurant Fishy Fishy hits the rocks

Laine's CEO Gavin George outside The Tempest

Refurbs boost pub group sales to £27m

New designs for an eye-catching restaurant conversion in Brighton Railway Station's Victorian goods yard.

Historic railway arches could become plush new restaurant space

John Lewis to create new hub in Uckfield creating 60 jobs

John Lewis to create new hub in Uckfield creating 60 jobs

Worthing seafront

Businessman: Worthing has been allowed to drift and become a forgotten backwater


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