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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

Author Peters James joins campaigners to sign petition to save Western Road Crown Post Office. Picture by Tony Wood.

Campaigners criticise closure threat to Post Office branch refurbished only months ago

Abo Fall with his telephone box hat shop by the Palace Pier.  Picture: Terry Applin

Trader sells headgear from former pier telephone box

Spring Lodge in Madeira Avenue, Worthing

Care home shamed for paying staff illegal wage

The new £1 million Brighton Marina Yacht Club. Photo: Liz Finlayson.

New £1 million yacht club set for own nautical journey to final destination

The former Barclays Bank site at Preston Circus

Former bank branch and squat to become new creativity and business hub under charity plan

Norman Cook outside his Big Beach Cafe, next to the ship.  Picture: Tony Wood

Fatboy Slim builds new pirate ship on Hove seafront

Bombay Aloo in Ship Street, Brighton.  Picture: Google Street View

Immigration officers raid popular Brighton Indian restaurant

The SeaLife Centre in Madeira Drive, Brighton

Bid to repair crumbling Brighton seafront attraction

Engineers have raised concerns that a wind turbine might cause the 162m i360 tower to move in high winds

Plans for wind turbine on i360 being scrapped

An artist's impression of Pets Corner's proposed home at Hickstead

Pets Corner reveals new £9m headquarters plan

Streamline began its operations in Brighton and Hove in 1936

Modern move by city’s oldest taxi company

Chatt Estates' team

New boutique estate agent to open on Ditchling High Street

Brighton was chosen by mo:vel for the location of its first concept store thanks to the city’s creative spirit

Sneaker store brings a little piece of Brazil to Brighton

Simon Webster Hair in Brighton have been nominated in the Creative Industries Award

Shortlist revealed for 2015 Brighton and Hove Business Awards

Katia King and Sam with Amy Ryan and Jack and Milly at the refurbished Hummingbird.  Picture: Tony Wood

Restaurant is all set to fly with new look

Brighton seafront from the air

Tourism holding its own despite trading climate

From left Mirren McGinley, Amy Richardson, Nick Leavey and Elizabeth Gibbons from the new CoffinMew Brighton office. Picture: Vervate

Coffin Mew hosts launch party with a marine flavour

Elizabeth Spencer-Phillips, director and marketing consultant

Caburn Hope announces host of top clients

A sign on the High Street

City in two minds over Sunday trading changes

The team of Lawton and Dawe Properties with Lucy Dawe, centre.

Lucy’s branching out in her own ethical way

Business Of The Year - Richard Soan Roofing Services  Picture by Julia Claxton

Honour for roof firm ‘still here’ after recession

Alan Carr

Theatre shows generated £5m

An artist's impressions showing how the Eastbourne town centre improvement scheme will look

Developer wins part of £85m build contract

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