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: The i360 will stay closed for another day as bosses still do not know what is wrong with it. 

: Albion winger Solly March is preparing for the possibility of his first England appearance for 16 months.

: A LEADING tourism activist is calling for a worldwide shake-up to make the industry more sustainable, just and inclusive.

: THE Circle Brighton has opened a 200-seat theatre space along Portslade seafront.

: DOZENS of people slept on the streets in support of rough sleepers.

: A BUSY road junction will be changed in the coming year.

:  The international career of Albion striker Tomer Hemed is under a cloud.   Israel have suspended him after he hit out in a newspaper interview over his exclusion from the starting line-up ...

: Chef Tom Griffith represented Brighton at a food festival in Sweden last week.

: THE body of a man was pulled from the sea by a passer-by following an extensive emergency services search.

: COUNCILLORS have rejected claims that removing them from planning decisions will help tackle the chronic housing shortage.

: Shane Duffy is “quietly confident” Albion can clinch promotion.

: WESTMINSTER attacker Khalid Masood had a violent past, dreamed of killing and may have been radicalised in a Sussex jail - former friends have said.

: Jacqui Swift is a music journalist for The Sun and the course leader of the BA (Hons) music journalism at BIMM Brighton.

: A £1 MILLION fund is to be drawn up to help firms hit with large rises in business rates.

: A BOY of nine will be standing out from the crowd as he takes on a cancer charity challenge.

: Gareth Southgate led England to a World Cup qualifying win over Lithuania at Wembley today but a former team-mate remembers...

: THE £10 million transformation of Brighton Town into an international business hub has been given the thumbs up from councillors.

: The i360 is closed today after another technical hitch.

: COMMUTERS are being warned they could face more frustration – this time because ticket machines may not accept their money.

: The Championship promotion race is still very much on, but Albion are already guaranteed one title – the club receiving the most money from live TV coverage.

: Crawley Town scored three goals in the space of nine minutes to end their long wait for a home win – and nudge Leyton Orient a step closer to the Football League trapdoor.

: THE BODY of a man has been pulled from the sea by a passer-by following an extensive emergency services search.

: PROTESTERS have disrupted a university open day in opposition to pay cuts for teaching staff.

: A PUB landlord has been stripped of his licence because of serious fire safety breaches.

: A CONVICTED drug dealer who was mocked in national newspapers for his long neck when a police appeal for him was issued two months ago has...

: The Championship promotion race is still very much on, but Albion are already guaranteed one title.

: Rob Hunt says a League One loan stint is toughening him up to challenge for an Albion place.

: James Tilley has been urged to keep working on his end product in the quest to return to Albion’s senior set-up.

: Chief executive Paul Barber has welcomed Albion’s rampant TV exposure.

: ON WEDNESDAY the world watched in horror as Khalid Masood launched his ferocious knife attack, writes Ben James.

: EACH year the Brighton Marathon attracts a number of top-class distance runners and this year is no different.

: A CARE worker has been selected to join Penguin Random House UK’s year-long mentoring scheme.
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