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Dressing up as a princess

The Argus:

3:00pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

Life changes when you have a baby, as Anna Jefferson knows only too well. With a two-year-old daughter, the Brighton-based writer gave birth to her second child recently. Anna tells us all about the ace parts, the embarrassments and the bits of motherhood people never tell you about...

New beauty bar at Trevor Sorbie

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1:00pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

Every month, Brighton beauty boffin Rosie Crompton brings you all the latest in beauty news and reviews - from reporting on the latest trends and must-haves to discovering the best local beauty spots. This week, she gives the low-down on the new beauty bar at Trevor Sorbie.

Noel’s sky-high climb

The Argus:

12:00pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

A 73-year-old widow who is terrified of heights will set off next week to climb a 22,500-foot Himalayan mountain to raise money for charity.

Street style fashionistas

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1:00pm Wednesday 27th August 2014

Name: Jess Congreve How old are you? 27 Where do you live: Brighton What do you do? I’ve been working as a support worker for homeless young women and am about to start a postgraduate diploma in counselling.

Lazy Susan’s food and four in one bed

The Argus:

1:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

Life changes when you have a baby, as Anna Jefferson knows only too well. With a two-year-old daughter, the Brighton-based writer gave birth to her second child recently. Anna tells us all about the ace parts, the embarrassments and the bits of motherhood people never tell you about...

Bringing inside style to the great outdoors

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1:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

OUR monthly interiors columnist Jasmine Orchard lives, breathes and sleeps interiors. You see a tea pot, she sees the potential for a vase; you see an awkward space, she sees a space ripe for a creative touch. Jasmine, a designer, creator and stylist, has been styling stunning interiors and wedding venues for Brighton-based Jasmine Orchard Styling since 2009. Here, she explains how to make the most of your outdoor space.

Get pampered in idyllic and relaxing surroundings

The Argus:

1:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

FEW hairdressers venturing out into their first business have the luxury of starting up in a building designed and built especially for them.

Widower calls for smear age limit to be lowered

The Argus:

1:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

A WIDOWER wants to lower the age women can have their first smear test after his 26-year-old wife died of cervical cancer four months after their wedding.

Reform success for new marriage laws

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1:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

A CAMPAIGN spearheaded by Brighton MP Caroline Lucas to get mothers' names added to marriage certificates has been a success.

Street style fashionistas

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1:00pm Wednesday 20th August 2014

The streets of Sussex are full of chic trendsetting fashionistas. Every week we track them down and give you the lowdown on their street style to inspire you...

Advice to help you seek out the right car this summer

The Argus:

2:00pm Wednesday 13th August 2014

Our motoring correspondent Steph Savill runs Steyning-based FOXY Lady Drivers Club, the UK’s only motoring club for women. It includes a unique network of motoring services based on measurable quality standards, female feedback and an ongoing compliance scheme. Here, Steph Savill offers practical car shopping advice.

Luxury houses are the forbidden fruit

The Argus:

2:00pm Wednesday 13th August 2014

Life changes when you have a baby, as Anna Jefferson knows only too well. With a two-year-old daughter, the Brighton-based writer gave birth to her second child recently. Anna tells us all about the ace parts, the embarrassments and the bits of motherhood people never tell you about...

Charity helps to equip classrooms in Tanzania

The Argus: How the pupils of Estcots Primary School spelt out their gift

2:00pm Wednesday 13th August 2014

PHILIPPA Jacobs is ecstatic. The charity she founded has just been granted £2,400 to pay for six new computers and a community-learning classroom at a school in Tanzania.

Wheelchairs change the lives of twin teenagers

The Argus:

2:00pm Wednesday 13th August 2014

TEENAGE twins who were born with cerebral palsy have found a new independence after a charity donated two cutting-edge wheelchairs that have changed their lives.

Classes and club will be sew much fun

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2:00pm Wednesday 13th August 2014

A WOMAN with a passion for sewing has launched a new business she hopes will make people proud to be handmade.

Street style fashionistas

The Argus:

2:00pm Wednesday 13th August 2014

The streets of Sussex are full of chic trendsetting fashionistas. Every week we track them down and give you the lowdown on their street style to inspire you...

Mean girls, fierce moves and one major hit book

The Argus:

12:00pm Wednesday 6th August 2014

IT took 10 years for English teacher Jenny McLachlan to plan her first novel about four teenage girls.

Wine, 30 day shred and priority seating

The Argus:

12:00pm Wednesday 6th August 2014

Life changes when you have a baby, as Anna Jefferson knows only too well. With a two-year-old daughter, the Brighton-based writer gave birth to her second child recently. Anna tells us all about the ace parts, the embarrassments and the bits of motherhood people never tell you about...

Young chefs secure places in prestigious training academy

The Argus:

4:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

TWO young chefs have proved they have a great future ahead of them after winning places on a training programme.

Scooter and toys but no underwear

The Argus:

4:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

It never ceases to amaze me how much paraphernalia you need with children. The sheer amount of stuff that accompanies them would rival a Mariah Carey entourage.

Help get the warning out on female genital mutilation

The Argus:

4:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

Brighton writer and blogger Maddie Sinclair, pictured, is mum to a four-year-old boy and a two-year-old girl. She’s also campaign manager for the ‘Love for Izzy Dix’ campaign, which raises awareness of bullying, low self-esteem and teen suicide by promoting love, kindness, compassion, empathy and respect.

Motherly love and care for foster son Brian, 39

The Argus:

4:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

A woman from Peacehaven has turned the traditional idea of fostering on its head.

Teenager scoops prestigious Princess Diana award

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4:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

A TEENAGER has scooped a prestigious Princess Diana award.

Councillor is fitness fanatic

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4:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

A PARISH councillor will attempt to cycle 100 miles for charity.

New alternative opportunities for carers

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11:00am Wednesday 30th July 2014

The Shared Lives team is looking for more carers, on a full-time, short-breaks or sessional basis. Full training and support are provided.

School leavers get apprentice chance

The Argus:

1:00pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

School leavers will be given the chance to help build a school’s multi–million pound double extension.

An unusual life with an exotic beginning

The Argus:

11:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

For the first five years of her life, Delia Despair was brought up by a woman her mother happened to meet on Hove beach. “I'm going to Nigeria next week to rejoin my husband,” her upper class mother mentioned to the woman, whose name was Joan Priestley, “but I've got a baby of six months and I don't know what to do with her.”

Child genius is helped by healthy mind clinic

The Argus:

11:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

Viewers of Channel 4's new series of the competition Child Genius, which began on Sunday, have been mesmerised by the unusual world of nine-year-old Aliyah. Aliyah, who lives in Hove, is one of 20 extremely bright children the programme is following as they compete to be named the cleverest of them all.

Bros, ginger biscuits and virtual keep fit

The Argus:

11:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

Life changes when you have a baby, as Anna Jefferson knows only too well. With a two-year-old daughter, the Brighton-based writer gave birth to her second child recently. Anna tells us all about the ace parts, the embarrassments and the bits of motherhood people never tell you about...

The big ultimate question!

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11:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

What do women really want? That’s the question posed in The Wife, an outdoor play being staged by the Rude Mechanical Theatre Company at Sussex Prairie Gardens.

PhD student wins Oxford uni prize

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11:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

An essay by a Sussex student on the way actor Tom Hiddleston uses his body in character has won a prize.

Nourish your skin with Raw Gaia’s natural beauty items

The Argus:

11:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

Every month, Brighton beauty boffin Rosie Crompton brings you all the latest in beauty news and reviews - from reporting on the latest trends and must-haves to discovering the best local beauty spots. This week, she’s gone back to basics with a local natural skincare brand.

Let the games begin for physiotherapist Marion

The Argus:

11:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

Today is the start of the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow and one woman has a key role in preparing and treating its athletes.

University of Sussex undergraduate wins tinnitus research grant

The Argus:

4:20pm Thursday 17th July 2014

AN UNDERGRADUATE at the University of Sussex has won a grant to carry out research into tinnitus.

Domestic abuse charity to mark 20th anniversary

The Argus:

4:11pm Thursday 17th July 2014

The dates have been announced of a conference that will discuss how small changes can make a big difference to women and girl survivors of domestic violence.

Bend it like Beckham at women-only trials

The Argus:

4:09pm Thursday 17th July 2014

A football academy for women is to be launched by Brighton and Hove Albion and Worthing College for the start of next season.

Pregnant woman blossom in student’s photographs

The Argus:

4:08pm Thursday 17th July 2014

This stunning image of a pregnant woman was shot by students at a Sussex college as part of their studies.

Women triumph at awards night

The Argus:

4:04pm Thursday 17th July 2014

Two independent women-owned businesses have triumphed at the Brighton and Hove Business Awards.

Top tips on how to get the most from a garage

The Argus:

4:07pm Thursday 17th July 2014

Meet our new motoring correspondent Steph Savill, who runs Steyning-based FOXY Lady Drivers Club, the UK's only motoring club for women. It includes a unique network of motoring services based on measurable quality standards, female feedback and an ongoing compliance scheme. We asked Steph to tell us about the subject that got her so wound up about the motor industry in the first place....

Exotic and floral designs for your garden

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3:58pm Thursday 17th July 2014

The brightly coloured borders at a world-famous Sussex garden have helped inspire a new collection of homeware from the National Trust.

Scurvy, ugly crying and Gosling’s baby

The Argus:

4:17pm Thursday 17th July 2014

LIFE changes when you have a baby, as Anna Jefferson knows only too well. With a two-year-old daughter, the Brighton-based writer gave birth to her second child recently. Anna tells us all about the ace parts, the embarrassments and the bits of motherhood people never tell you about...

A digital diary for teenagers

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4:10pm Thursday 17th July 2014

Pupils at schools in East Sussex will be producing digital accounts of a day in their life as a record of young people's lives in a digital age.

Columnist Maddie Sinclair takes a view on a campaign over Clarks shoes

The Argus: Maddie Sinclair

2:00pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

Brighton writer and blogger Maddie Sinclair is mum to a four-year-old boy and a two-year-old girl. She’s also campaign manager for the Love for Izzy Dix campaign, which raises awareness of bullying, low self-esteem and teen suicide by promoting love, kindness, compassion and respect. Here, she takes a view on a campaign over Clarks shoes...

Magical day: A networking triumph with Annabel Karmel and Erika Watson

The Argus: Delegates from the south east at the Mumpreneurs Networking Club event

1:30pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

More than 100 entrepreneurial women from the South East gathered in London for a networking event when they lisened to speeches by food guru Annabel Karmel and businesswomen's champion Erika Watson.

The county’s iron lady with a creative touch: Christine Allen is making inroads into the male-dominated engineering industry

The Argus: Christine Allen

1:30pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

If you’re stuck in a traffic jam caused by roadworks, it's reasonable to assume a man in a hard hat is in charge.

Women comics – watch the semi-final of the Funny Women Awards

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12:53pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

Want to hear something funny?

Race for Life – how to join the fundraising fun run in Brighton

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12:52pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

Brighton's Stanmer Park will turn pink on Saturday as women join the Race for Life.

Mum of two Anna Jefferson manages a day in London with a baby and a toddler in tow

The Argus: Mum of two Anna Jefferson manages a day in London with a baby and a toddler in tow

12:50pm Wednesday 2nd July 2014

Life changes when you have a baby, as Anna Jefferson knows only too well. With a two-year-old daughter, the Brighton-based writer gave birth to her second child recently. Anna tells us all about the ace parts, the embarrassments and the bits of motherhood people never tell you about...

Stay safe in the sun with these helpful tips

The Argus: Stay safe in the sun with these helpful tips

10:51am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

THE weather may be hotting up, but be careful not to burn on Brighton’s beaches this summer – staying safe in the sun is the best way to prevent skin cancer.

Bereaved mum to host charity ball

The Argus: Michelle de la Motte-Rice, 38, pictured at her home in Brighton

10:49am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

A MOTHER who devastatingly lost her two-year-old daughter to a brain tumour is now helping to fund the fight against brain cancer.



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