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  • Solo sailor forced to leap to safety

    Solo yachtsman Alex Bennett is back on dry land after being forced to ditch his stricken boat 600 miles out in the Atlantic. Alex, 25, spent Christmas with his parents, David and Ginny, at their home in Cuckfield, near Haywards Heath, where he recovered

  • New coins help buy your favourite

    The euro was accepted in a Sussex shop as the new currency was introduced across Europe. Richard Carter, of DLB Newsagents, in Lyndhurst Road, Hove, was one of the first shops in the county to accept the currency. Sarah Kennedy, from Ireland, popped into

  • Blaze rescue bid by nurse

    A nurse risked her life trying to save an elderly man who died in a fire in his nursing home room. The nurse braved choking fumes as she attempted to rescue Charles Naylor, 86, from his room at Woodlands Nursing Home in Crowborough. She and other staff

  • Baby Robert just had to be first

    Baby Robert Jewell was in a hurry to put in an appearance on New Year's Day. He was the first baby to be born in Sussex this year, arriving at just four minutes after midnight. The youngster was not due until Sunday, so his parents, Simon and Donna, had

  • Brrrr-inging in the new year

    Thousands of revellers braved the cold and flocked to pubs and clubs to celebrate the new year across Sussex. Many dressed up and drinking and merriment continued throughout the night with pubs allowed to stay open up to 36 hours. Pubs and clubs boasted

  • Homeless receive healthy boost

    Dozens of homeless people are expected to benefit from extra specialist health services. A project offering care and support to people without a home in Brighton and Hove has been so successful organisers have decided to expand it. More than 650 people

  • Court's attacker decision criticised

    A policeman has criticised the judicial system after a man who threatened to kill police officers walked free from court. PC Danny Baker, a response officer based at Brighton, said: "It is about time the antiquated British legal system was brought up

  • Taylor lines up Lewis on loan

    Junior Lewis has been lined up for a three month loan spell with Albion from January 20. But the versatile 28-year-old could arrive from Leicester sooner or later than that. Boss Peter Taylor is still pondering over the best time for Lewis to join the

  • Dr Martens: Angry Reds late victims of big chill

    Crawley's hopes of going seven points clear at the top of the Dr Martens League were put on ice yesterday. Town's clash against Folkestone Invicta was called off just over an hour before the scheduled kick-off by match referee Neil Perkin because of a

  • Ripping yarn

    Peter T Garratt, taking a psychologist's view of the unknown serial killer Jack The Ripper (The Argus, December 26), surely arrives at a conclusion of sound common sense. The likelihood that the culprit was anyone other than a deranged nobody - perhaps

  • Chances to improve city

    Brighton and Hove is booming with vacant sites and empty buildings being snapped up for new office and housing developments. But there are some sites which have been empty for years where new schemes that would benefit the city are still a long way from

  • Heaven sent

    C Wadey displays a sad lack of love towards believing neighbours, in his/her ridiculous attempts to undermine belief in God (letters, December 26). The remarks seem calculated to give maximum offence, just as Christians are celebrating the Messiah's entry

  • Icy recreation is a freeze-frame epic

    Rigger Robert Hooker faced daily danger, freezing temperatures and sunburn to film Shackleton but he would do it all again tomorrow. Robert and the film crew had to cope with the perils of shifting ice floes and the knowledge that anyone who fell into

  • Planning poser

    Another mobile phone mast has been put up in a residential area despite fears of people who live there. Last month, residents of Bath Court on Hove seafront were complaining about a mast at the back of their flats. Now residents of Westdene are worried

  • Swallow pride

    I wonder how many of the distressed objectors of Henfield, concerned at the planning application for a slaughterhouse in Wheatsheaf Road (The Argus, December 27), are prepared to mount the ultimate objection? I cannot marry up the mindset of one who buys

  • Hopes for 2002

    The tragedies of September 11 in the United States and the foot-and-mouth crisis in the UK cast long shadows over 2001. Many were glad to wave it goodbye and welcome 2002 in the hope it will be better. We wish all our readers a happy and prosperous year

  • Cash-strapped band hits low note

    The world renowned Hanover Band is facing a financial crisis which could signal its collapse. The Hove based orchestra, said to be one of the finest orchestras playing period instruments, will have to disband if it cannot raise £150,000 by mid January

  • A fine time

    On Saturday, December 22, some 150 plus senior citizens were entertained at the Valley Club. We were guests of the young members of the Whitehawk Crew Club. From the moment our mini bus transport arrived, we were welcomed and supplied with as much tea

  • Fund-raiser mourns loss of canine companion

    Ann Wells-Thorpe is mourning her cash-collecting canine companion Amy, who has died at the age of 16. Ann, who has collected cash for The Argus Appeal for 25 years, is a popular figure around the city with her black dog Amy, who was put to sleep on Saturday

  • Feature: My place to be optimistic

    Ken Bodfish has designs on the city he loves and he want to make sure they are good. The council boss is concerned there has not been a single beautiful public building in Brighton since the Second World War. Looking at the Guggenheim building in Bilbao

  • Developing clouds over boom city

    Brighton and Hove is booming, but there are some sites which are proving to be development problems. Adam Trimingham gives a progress report. First the good news. Renovation of the Dome in Brighton will be completed early this year, providing the centrepiece

  • Get back down to earth with seed day

    Gardeners are being invited along to one of the UK's first community seed swaps. There will be speakers and films on biodiversity, the importance of seed saving, biopiracy, genetics and related gardening topics and displays and stalls by community allotment

  • Time for conscription

    With reference to the front page article about yobs in Brighton (The Argus, December 24). Isn't it about time conscription into the services (or community) was re-introduced, unless the youngsters concerned are in full-time employment. Surely this would

  • Bouncers' training scores on the doors

    Bouncers from Brighton nightclub Event II have taken part in a special 'charm school' training session. The course, organised in conjunction with the police and licensing authorities, brings door staff up to date with the latest laws, control techniques

  • Satisfaction guaranteed in big break

    Brighton covers band the Railing Stains are shooting for global stardom after rubbing shoulders with a real-life Rolling Stone. Jesse James Wood, the 25-year-old son of legendary Stones guitarist Ronnie, joined the band through the summer as they started

  • Two-Tone mix up confuses fans

    Football fans have been flocking to the theatre to see their hero only to find it's a different man. "There's only one Tony Adams" is a cry often heard from the terraces at Highbury. "Oh no there's not" is the reply from the Theatre Royal, Brighton. Highbury

  • Walk will uncover Ripper secrets

    Jack the Ripper may have planned his series of grisly murders while staying on the Sussex coast. The idea is being explored by tour guide Glenda Clarke in her latest ghost walk. No one has ever discovered the identity of the killer, who slaughtered women

  • Sex ordeal for kidnap girl, 17

    A 17-year-old girl was kidnapped and repeatedly raped during a six-hour ordeal. She was abducted outside a seafront nightclub in Brighton in the early hours of New Year's Day and bundled into a car. The victim was raped several times by one of three men

  • New coins help buy your favourite

    The euro was accepted in a Sussex shop as the new currency was introduced across Europe. Richard Carter, of DLB Newsagents, in Lyndhurst Road, Hove, was one of the first shops in the county to accept the currency. Sarah Kennedy, from Ireland, popped into

  • Blaze rescue bid by nurse

    A nurse risked her life trying to save an elderly man who died in a fire in his nursing home room. The nurse braved choking fumes as she attempted to rescue Charles Naylor, 86, from his room at Woodlands Nursing Home in Crowborough. She and other staff

  • Brrrr-inging in the new year

    Thousands of revellers braved the cold and flocked to pubs and clubs to celebrate the new year across Sussex. Many dressed up and drinking and merriment continued throughout the night with pubs allowed to stay open up to 36 hours. Pubs and clubs boasted

  • Oil giant feels the wrath of council

    It may be a municipal mouse but Uckfield Town Council hopes its roar is enough to scare the world's largest oil company. The small Sussex council is to boycott the oil giant Esso, blaming the corporation for sabotaging attempts to prevent climate change

  • Care homes crisis warning

    Half the privately-owned care homes in Sussex are under threat of closure, claims the owner of one home. Tony Andrews, chairman of the East Sussex Residential Care Home Association, who runs a home in St Leonards, warned half the privately-owned businesses

  • New phone mast sparks outrage

    Phone giant Orange has erected a mobile phone mast in the heart of a housing area despite warnings it was "inappropriate". The eight metre-high mast has been sited among houses in Westdene, Brighton, 500 metres from a school, sparking outrage from residents

  • Court's attacker decision criticised

    A policeman has criticised the judicial system after a man who threatened to kill police officers walked free from court. PC Danny Baker, a response officer based at Brighton, said: "It is about time the antiquated British legal system was brought up

  • Dr Martens: Angry Reds late victims of big chill

    Crawley's hopes of going seven points clear at the top of the Dr Martens League were put on ice yesterday. Town's clash against Folkestone Invicta was called off just over an hour before the scheduled kick-off by match referee Neil Perkin because of a

  • Hospital problems forced list fiddle

    A growing problem with bed-blocking in hospitals helped drive health bosses to manipulate waiting list figures. The Registered Nursing Home Association claims Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust would not have tried to falsify numbers if it had been

  • Chances to improve city

    Brighton and Hove is booming with vacant sites and empty buildings being snapped up for new office and housing developments. But there are some sites which have been empty for years where new schemes that would benefit the city are still a long way from

  • Planning poser

    Another mobile phone mast has been put up in a residential area despite fears of people who live there. Last month, residents of Bath Court on Hove seafront were complaining about a mast at the back of their flats. Now residents of Westdene are worried

  • Babies get ahead at listening class

    A new scheme aimed at developing listening and talking in young babies to give them the best possible start when they begin school has been launched in Sussex. Young Jake Taylor doesn't know it yet but he's already advanced in his education. As far as

  • Hunting rights

    If the Government attempted to ban fox hunting during this present parliament, then I would say the hunting fraternity could oppose the ban by citing Article 14 of the Human Rights Act which forbids discrimination against minority groups. -WJ Packe, Grantham

  • Exploding sausages danger alert

    Customers were warned today that hot dog cans in their cupboards could explode. The Food Standards Agency issued the alert after customers reported the cans, sold in Lidl and Asda stores in Bognor, blew up when opened. Arun Council's health team said

  • Daredevils take the plunge for charities

    Daredevil dippers braved the cold and dived into a freezing river for charity. Crowds watched as one by one brave volunteers jumped from a footbridge into the River Arun at Littlehampton to mark the twenty-first annual charity leap on New Year's Day.

  • Blaze rescue bid by nurse

    A nurse risked her life in a bid to save an elderly man who died in a fire at a nursing home. The nurse braved choking fumes as she attempted to rescue Charles Naylor, 86, from his room at Woodlands Nursing Home in Crowborough. She and other staff threw

  • School hit by arsonists

    A school common room has been gutted by arsonists. The vandals broke into the sixth-form college common room at The Grove, in Darwell Close, St Leonards, on New Year's Eve. They tore furniture from the building and scattered them in the playground before

  • Search for nurse who helped at accident

    Police are trying to trace a nurse who stopped to help a woman pedestrian who was hit by a car. The nurse gave first aid to the 31-year-old woman after she was involved in a collision with a car in Mount Pleasant Road, Hastings, on Boxing Day. Police

  • Get back down to earth with seed day

    Gardeners are being invited along to one of the UK's first community seed swaps. There will be speakers and films on biodiversity, the importance of seed saving, biopiracy, genetics and related gardening topics and displays and stalls by community allotment

  • No to euroland

    Adam Trimingham's euro comments (The Argus, December 27) display an enthusiastic contempt for our history and democracy. Hopefully, next time he goes to the continent he will stay there. -Nigel Donovan, Lincoln Road, Portslade

  • What a fraud

    I was amazed to hear the news that hospitals have misled the government over their lists. This is known as fiddling the books and, to my mind, is as bad as fraud and should be treated as such. To be given a golden handshake when the people concerned in

  • Satisfaction guaranteed in big break

    Brighton covers band the Railing Stains are shooting for global stardom after rubbing shoulders with a real-life Rolling Stone. Jesse James Wood, the 25-year-old son of legendary Stones guitarist Ronnie, joined the band through the summer as they started

  • Two-Tone mix up confuses fans

    Football fans have been flocking to the theatre to see their hero only to find it's a different man. "There's only one Tony Adams" is a cry often heard from the terraces at Highbury. "Oh no there's not" is the reply from the Theatre Royal, Brighton. Highbury

  • Walk will uncover Ripper secrets

    Jack the Ripper may have planned his series of grisly murders while staying on the Sussex coast. The idea is being explored by tour guide Glenda Clarke in her latest ghost walk. No one has ever discovered the identity of the killer, who slaughtered women

  • Man quizzed over killing

    Detectives hunting the killer of a 33-year-old woman found dead after a Christmas party were last night questioning a 35-year-old. The body of Charmian Falkner was discovered in a flat in Dorset Gardens, Brighton, on Thursday by her sister Abigail and

  • Sex ordeal for kidnap girl, 17

    A 17-year-old girl was kidnapped and repeatedly raped during a six-hour ordeal. She was abducted outside a seafront nightclub in Brighton in the early hours of New Year's Day and bundled into a car. The victim was raped several times by one of three men

  • Car park tragedy

    A man plunged seven floors to his death on New Year's Day. Witnesses heard a scream from the top of the Cannon Place car park, Brighton, at 5.20pm. The man, in his 20s, died at the scene but today police were still trying to discover his identity. He

  • Care homes crisis warning

    Half the privately-owned care homes in Sussex are under threat of closure, claims the owner of one home. Tony Andrews, chairman of the East Sussex Residential Care Home Association, who runs a home in St Leonards, warned half the privately-owned businesses

  • New phone mast sparks outrage

    Phone giant Orange has erected a mobile phone mast in the heart of a housing area despite warnings it was "inappropriate". The eight metre-high mast has been sited among houses in Westdene, Brighton, 500 metres from a school, sparking outrage from residents

  • Hart of the matter

    Albion kick off the new year riding high in Division Two, well positioned for a second successive crack at promotion. But to listen to a very small minority of Brighton supporters one could be mistaken for thinking that Peter Taylor's men were actually

  • It's high time ME is taken seriously

    I write in response to your report (The Argus, December 27) about the 4,500 Sussex adults and children who are affected by the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, also known as ME, who are awaiting the imminent publication of a government report that may change

  • Hospital problems forced list fiddle

    A growing problem with bed-blocking in hospitals helped drive health bosses to manipulate waiting list figures. The Registered Nursing Home Association claims Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust would not have tried to falsify numbers if it had been

  • County League: Blazing Cole fires Lancing

    Lancing's Jamie Cole and Neil Richardson handed out a warning to their rivals as they opened the new year with a devastating display of attacking football. The County League division two match Culver Road match was the only game in Sussex to beat the

  • Mountain challenge aids vital research

    A car primed for one of the most famous rallies in the world will be on show to raise money for cancer research. The Mini Cooper will be displayed in the entrance to the Holmbush Centre, Shoreham, for motor sport fans to admire. It is due to take part

  • Great care

    So often we hear criticism of the NHS and the Royal Sussex County Hospital. I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks and gratitude for the treatment I've received as a cancer patient from both Bristol Ward and the A & E department

  • What a party

    On Saturday, December 22, the senior citizens of Whitehawk were invited by the teenage members of the Crew Club to a Christmas tea party. We were given free transport to the Valley Social Centre. We were warmly welcomed by appropriately costumed boys

  • Cold reception

    Concerning John Deverell and his embarrassing experience at the Polar Central bar in Queens Road, Brighton, when he was told by the doorman he was too old to enter the "trendy bar" (The Argus, December 27). Notwithstanding that he had gone there to meet

  • Babies get ahead at listening class

    A new scheme aimed at developing listening and talking in young babies to give them the best possible start when they begin school has been launched in Sussex. Young Jake Taylor doesn't know it yet but he's already advanced in his education. As far as

  • Hunting rights

    If the Government attempted to ban fox hunting during this present parliament, then I would say the hunting fraternity could oppose the ban by citing Article 14 of the Human Rights Act which forbids discrimination against minority groups. -WJ Packe, Grantham

  • Between you and me, by Vanora leigh

    I wish I had David Attenborough's phone number. You see, something rather beastly has been happening in my back garden and I'd really appreciate his advice. It was early on Friday morning when The Mother woke me and announced that all was not well outside

  • No to euroland

    Adam Trimingham's euro comments (The Argus, December 27) display an enthusiastic contempt for our history and democracy. Hopefully, next time he goes to the continent he will stay there. -Nigel Donovan, Lincoln Road, Portslade

  • What a fraud

    I was amazed to hear the news that hospitals have misled the government over their lists. This is known as fiddling the books and, to my mind, is as bad as fraud and should be treated as such. To be given a golden handshake when the people concerned in

  • What a sorry state

    I have just returned from a visit to Brighton. It took my coach nearly one hour to get into Brighton coach station. The station was dingy. The Christmas lights were pathetic. Since my last visit, some areas looked better but West Street - oh dear. If

  • Train gang help beat the Monday blues

    It's crowded, your feet hurt, you're tired, there are no seats left and you're standing next to someone who has never heard of deodorant. This is the experience of many people travelling to work every morning. But things are quite different for a small

  • Solo sailor forced to leap to safety

    Solo yachtsman Alex Bennett is back on dry land after being forced to ditch his stricken boat 600 miles out in the Atlantic. Alex, 25, spent Christmas with his parents, David and Ginny, at their home in Cuckfield, near Haywards Heath, where he recovered

  • Man quizzed over killing

    Detectives hunting the killer of a 33-year-old woman found dead after a Christmas party were last night questioning a 35-year-old. The body of Charmian Falkner was discovered in a flat in Dorset Gardens, Brighton, on Thursday by her sister Abigail and

  • Baby Robert just had to be first

    Baby Robert Jewell was in a hurry to put in an appearance on New Year's Day. He was the first baby to be born in Sussex this year, arriving at just four minutes after midnight. The youngster was not due until Sunday, so his parents, Simon and Donna, had

  • Brrrr-inging in the new year

    Hundreds of revellers joined in a fire and ice party extravaganza in Mid Sussex to welcome in the new year. More than 800 party-goers crowded into a giant 300ft long marquee at Hickstead for a black tie dinner and dance set to a fire and ice theme. One

  • Brrrr-inging in the new year

    New year celebrations in Worthing were tinged with nostalgia when a pub served its last drink before demolition. Regulars of the Litten Tree, in Worthing, some of whom have drunk at the premises for more than 40 years, broke down in tears on the eve of

  • Brrrr-inging in the new year

    Revellers in Eastbourne crowded in to the town's pubs and clubs to escape the cold and welcome in the new year. Hundreds of partygoers lined the town's nightspots with pubs laying on fancy dress and themed parties to herald the start of 2002. Stephen

  • Car park tragedy

    A man plunged seven floors to his death on New Year's Day. Witnesses heard a scream from the top of the Cannon Place car park, Brighton, at 5.20pm. The man, in his 20s, died at the scene but today police were still trying to discover his identity. He

  • Homeless receive healthy boost

    Dozens of homeless people are expected to benefit from extra specialist health services. A project offering care and support to people without a home in Brighton and Hove has been so successful organisers have decided to expand it. More than 650 people

  • Taylor lines up Lewis on loan

    Junior Lewis has been lined up for a three month loan spell with Albion from January 20. But the versatile 28-year-old could arrive from Leicester sooner or later than that. Boss Peter Taylor is still pondering over the best time for Lewis to join the

  • Hart of the matter

    Albion kick off the new year riding high in Division Two, well positioned for a second successive crack at promotion. But to listen to a very small minority of Brighton supporters one could be mistaken for thinking that Peter Taylor's men were actually

  • It's high time ME is taken seriously

    I write in response to your report (The Argus, December 27) about the 4,500 Sussex adults and children who are affected by the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, also known as ME, who are awaiting the imminent publication of a government report that may change

  • County League: Blazing Cole fires Lancing

    Lancing's Jamie Cole and Neil Richardson handed out a warning to their rivals as they opened the new year with a devastating display of attacking football. The County League division two match Culver Road match was the only game in Sussex to beat the

  • Ripping yarn

    Peter T Garratt, taking a psychologist's view of the unknown serial killer Jack The Ripper (The Argus, December 26), surely arrives at a conclusion of sound common sense. The likelihood that the culprit was anyone other than a deranged nobody - perhaps

  • Heaven sent

    C Wadey displays a sad lack of love towards believing neighbours, in his/her ridiculous attempts to undermine belief in God (letters, December 26). The remarks seem calculated to give maximum offence, just as Christians are celebrating the Messiah's entry

  • Icy recreation is a freeze-frame epic

    Rigger Robert Hooker faced daily danger, freezing temperatures and sunburn to film Shackleton but he would do it all again tomorrow. Robert and the film crew had to cope with the perils of shifting ice floes and the knowledge that anyone who fell into

  • Swallow pride

    I wonder how many of the distressed objectors of Henfield, concerned at the planning application for a slaughterhouse in Wheatsheaf Road (The Argus, December 27), are prepared to mount the ultimate objection? I cannot marry up the mindset of one who buys

  • Mountain challenge aids vital research

    A car primed for one of the most famous rallies in the world will be on show to raise money for cancer research. The Mini Cooper will be displayed in the entrance to the Holmbush Centre, Shoreham, for motor sport fans to admire. It is due to take part

  • Hopes for 2002

    The tragedies of September 11 in the United States and the foot-and-mouth crisis in the UK cast long shadows over 2001. Many were glad to wave it goodbye and welcome 2002 in the hope it will be better. We wish all our readers a happy and prosperous year

  • Great care

    So often we hear criticism of the NHS and the Royal Sussex County Hospital. I would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks and gratitude for the treatment I've received as a cancer patient from both Bristol Ward and the A & E department

  • Cash-strapped band hits low note

    The world renowned Hanover Band is facing a financial crisis which could signal its collapse. The Hove based orchestra, said to be one of the finest orchestras playing period instruments, will have to disband if it cannot raise £150,000 by mid January

  • What a party

    On Saturday, December 22, the senior citizens of Whitehawk were invited by the teenage members of the Crew Club to a Christmas tea party. We were given free transport to the Valley Social Centre. We were warmly welcomed by appropriately costumed boys

  • A fine time

    On Saturday, December 22, some 150 plus senior citizens were entertained at the Valley Club. We were guests of the young members of the Whitehawk Crew Club. From the moment our mini bus transport arrived, we were welcomed and supplied with as much tea

  • Cold reception

    Concerning John Deverell and his embarrassing experience at the Polar Central bar in Queens Road, Brighton, when he was told by the doorman he was too old to enter the "trendy bar" (The Argus, December 27). Notwithstanding that he had gone there to meet

  • Roller will roll from factory next year

    German car giant BMW is on course to turn out its first Rolls-Royce a year from now. BMW is creating a £60 million new plant in Goodwood, near Chichester, in time for its takeover of the luxury Rolls marque. The company is recruiting 350 people for the

  • Guns are stolen in shop raid

    Air pistols and ball bearing guns were stolen from an Army surplus shop as revellers heralded the new year. They gained entry by smashing a window at the MFC Army Surplus Supplies store in Seaside, Eastbourne. They smashed the glass door of a secure gun

  • Fund-raiser mourns loss of canine companion

    Ann Wells-Thorpe is mourning her cash-collecting canine companion Amy, who has died at the age of 16. Ann, who has collected cash for The Argus Appeal for 25 years, is a popular figure around the city with her black dog Amy, who was put to sleep on Saturday

  • Between you and me, by Vanora leigh

    I wish I had David Attenborough's phone number. You see, something rather beastly has been happening in my back garden and I'd really appreciate his advice. It was early on Friday morning when The Mother woke me and announced that all was not well outside

  • Feature: My place to be optimistic

    Ken Bodfish has designs on the city he loves and he want to make sure they are good. The council boss is concerned there has not been a single beautiful public building in Brighton since the Second World War. Looking at the Guggenheim building in Bilbao

  • Developing clouds over boom city

    Brighton and Hove is booming, but there are some sites which are proving to be development problems. Adam Trimingham gives a progress report. First the good news. Renovation of the Dome in Brighton will be completed early this year, providing the centrepiece

  • Time for conscription

    With reference to the front page article about yobs in Brighton (The Argus, December 24). Isn't it about time conscription into the services (or community) was re-introduced, unless the youngsters concerned are in full-time employment. Surely this would

  • What a sorry state

    I have just returned from a visit to Brighton. It took my coach nearly one hour to get into Brighton coach station. The station was dingy. The Christmas lights were pathetic. Since my last visit, some areas looked better but West Street - oh dear. If

  • Train gang help beat the Monday blues

    It's crowded, your feet hurt, you're tired, there are no seats left and you're standing next to someone who has never heard of deodorant. This is the experience of many people travelling to work every morning. But things are quite different for a small

  • Bouncers' training scores on the doors

    Bouncers from Brighton nightclub Event II have taken part in a special 'charm school' training session. The course, organised in conjunction with the police and licensing authorities, brings door staff up to date with the latest laws, control techniques