World AIDS Day events in Brighton today

The Brighton & Hove World AIDS Day (WAD) Partnership have organised a series of events to mark World AIDS Day today, December 1. The WAD partnership includes: Lunch Positive, the Sussex Beacon,...

The most deadly symptom of HIV is stigma!

Jason Lupi "came out" in public last year about his HIV status after living with the virus for 23 years. Here he talks out the treatments currently available and the importance of tackling the...
Posted On 01 Dec 2015

World AIDS Day poll: More than three quarters of gay men living with HIV experience stigma

Terrence Higgins Trust(THT), the UK’s leading HIV and sexual health charity releases a snapshot poll of gay men living with HIV in Britain. It coincides with the #StopStigma effort that the...
Posted On 01 Dec 2015

HIV: Take responsibility for your health and get tested

It's more than 30 years since the first diagnosis of HIV (1984) and in 2015 we really are in a great place! I am a gay man living with HIV since 2012 and would urge you to find out your status.
Posted On 01 Dec 2015

Undiagnosed HIV figures remain at alarming level

New figures of undiagnosed HIV remain at an alarming high level as National HIV Testing Week starts. National HIV Testing Week (NHTW): started on Saturday, November 21, and includes outdoor and...
Posted On 01 Dec 2015

World Aids Day: A fairer future?

World Aids Day (WAD) approaches and the lives of people with HIV have possibly a greater focus within our community. WAD gives us a valuable opportunity to reflect on where we’ve come from, what...


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Motorists fined for Blue Badge misuse

Six people have been fined for the misuse of Blue Badges intended for the disabled. The motorists were caught fraudulently using Blue Badges, which led to them being brought before Eastbourne...

MPs meet Transport Minister Andrew Jones MP to discuss the A27.

The county’s MPs (Simon Kirby – Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven, Maria Caulfield - Lewes, Amber Rudd – Hastings and Rye, Caroline Ansell - Eastbourne, Huw Merriman – Bexhill and Battle and Nus...


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Tummy Tuck Vs Liposuction

People - particularly women - are most likely to store weight around the tummy area. Whether you have a stubborn patch of fat or a larger problem area, it can feel impossible to achieve a toned,...
Posted On 26 Nov 2015

Can a Boob Job change your life?

Are you concerned about the size or shape of your breasts? Breast Augmentation surgery (more commonly known as a Boob Job) remains the most popular cosmetic procedure of all, both in the UK and...
Posted On 11 Nov 2015

TRAVEL: The Basque Country – another country

South west France and north east Spain is the Basque Country where they speak an ancient and incomprehensible language, eat different food and have a different attitude to life.


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Curry Capitol of Britain® – Brighton comes third

Bradford won the crown for Curry Capital of Britain® for the fifth time in succession with Glasgow coming second, just 5 points behind and Brighton taking third spot.
Posted On 27 Oct 2015