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Race Equality Matters at University of Brighton

Published on by Jordan Hogan (author)

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University of Brighton says that a race equality survey is necessary.

Pelham Arcade no longer 'in decline'

Published on by Tom Howard (author), Brendan Husebo (author)

Pelham Arcade back in the 19th century (photo: Hastings Borough Council)

Pelham Arcade back in the 19th century

The famous shopping arcade on the seafront has been taken off English Heritage’s ‘at-risk’ register after a four-year restoration

PM backs plans for ‘HS3’

Published on by Tom Howard (author)

Frank Partridge discusses HS2 and HS3 with Broadcaster reporter Tom Howard (photo: Bea Stapleford)

Frank Partridge discusses HS2 and HS3 with Broadcaster reporter Tom Howard

David Cameron has given the green light to plans for a controversial high-speed rail link in the north of England.

Marking Boycott will affect students at 69 universities

Published on by Jonathan Lowe (author)

Stock Exam photo (photo: morfuefile free photos )

Stock Exam photo

Over 100,000 thousands students may be affected by a marking boycott on 6th November as academics strike over proposed pension changes.

Preparations for Hastings Herring Fair going swimmingly

Published on by Daniel King (author), Oli Birch (author)

Almost there: Marquee for Hastings Herring Fair taking shape. (photo: Dan King, Oli Birch)

Almost there: Marquee for Hastings Herring Fair taking shape.

Preparations are well underway as Hastings gears up for its third annual Herring Fair.