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Govia Thameslink restores full timetables for major Sussex events

Industrial action that had threatened the success of several popular events in Sussex next month will not now take place and Southern reinstates its full weekday service...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe – Campaign Day 9

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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Brighton & Hove Sea Serpents RFC celebrate club’s progress at annual dinner

The Brighton & Hove Sea Serpents Rugby Football Club held their annual club dinner at Hove Rugby Club on Saturday, June 24, attended by players, friends and supporters.
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Bahamian LGBT+ activist Helen Klonaris at Charleston by Maria Jastrzębska

This autumn Small Wonder, the festival dedicated to short stories, is hosting Bahamian writer and LGBT+ activist Helen Klonaris as its British Council International Writer in...
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New infections of HIV in gay men locally falls

New data published by Public Health England reports a 50% fall in the rate of new HIV infections among gay men in Brighton & Hove. At the end of 2016, five HIV clinics in...
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Government announce action to improve LGBT+ equality

The Minister for Women and Equalities Justine Greening, has announced ahead of the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality on July 28, new measures...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe – Campaign Day 7

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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Turkey and Greece suffer earthquake in tourist hot spots

An earthquake registering 6.7 magnitude on the richter scale has occurred in the Aegean Sea, off the coast of Turkey and Greece in the Dodecanese region in the early hours of...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe – Campaign Day 5

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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Security stepped up at Newcastle Pride this weekend

One of the UK’s largest LGBT+ festivals, Newcastle Pride, puts extra security measures in place to reassure festival goers at this weekends event. Newcastle Pride takes place...
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Rail Unions suspend strike action planned during Brighton Pride

Strikes planned by RTM union drivers and guards during the annual Brighton Pride celebrations in August have been suspended after intervention from Chris Grayling MP. The...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe – Campaign Day 3

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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Govia plan longer trains and extra services into Brighton for Pride weekend

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) will run longer Thameslink trains to and from Brighton during next month's Pride celebrations, but management warns the decision by workers of...
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Tigers parachute team to open Brighton Pride Community Parade

The Princess of Wales' parachute display team, to open the Brighton Pride Community Parade on Saturday, August 5. The world famous Princess of Wales' Parachute Regiment also...
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Is now the time to resolve the LGBTQI-Muslim divide?

Europe’s largest charity for LGBTQI Muslims raises questions about ex-Muslim march at Pride in London. Europe’s biggest charity supporting LGBTQI Muslims, Imaan, today said...
Posted On 17 Jul 2017
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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