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A restaurant in Brighton is showing some festive spirit by throwing open its doors to around 50 rough sleepers on Christmas Day.
Working with the 'Brighton and Hove Muslim Forum', staff at the Sahara say they want to help the homeless at a time when most other people are with their families. Special invitations were handed out by community volunteers to people sleeping on the streets and on the beach.
The interviewee is Sabri Ben Ameur, Vice Chair of the Brighton & Hove Muslim Forum.
The GMB Union says Uber has been granted a six month extension to its licence in Brighton.
Discussions were held by the council on Tuesday, behind closed doors.
It is to allow the council to monitor Transport for London's decision about the company's operation in the capital.
The council will consider whether information arising from the case will have direct implications for its operation in Brighton.
It also allows more time for negotiations with Uber about a number of proposed conditions.
Uber allows users to book a journey and pay for it through a mobile app.
The company argues it has brought cheaper fares and faster response times for passengers.
But local taxi drivers in Brighton say it is unfair competition.
Under national law, licensed drivers can operate anywhere in the country, allowing drivers from elsewhere to work in the city.
All Brighton & Hove private hire and Hackney Carriage drivers operate under the same licences and the same guidelines as Uber drivers.
They are also bound by the same background checks.
Some call it street art others call it mindless vandalism. Graffiti has always divided opinion. But businesses in Brighton and Hove say it's a blight on their city and is getting out of control.
Banks, hotels, public buildings and train stations have been targeted by so-called 'taggers'. This week, a hotel on Brighton seafront has been targeted for the third time this year.
Businesses say graffiti is costing them thousands to clean up - and more must be done to stop a recent rise.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Andy Winter from the Brighton Housing Trust, Cllr Gill Mitchell and artist Daniel Doherty.
It's Brighton's first travel guide for children - by children.
A unique project for more than a hundred budding journalists of primary school age, the Pebbles Guide has just been released in the city.
Andy Dickenson has met some of its young authors along with project director Ella Burns.
Edward Street in Brighton is closed in both directions after a fatal incident this morning. A police car collided with a pedestrian who died at the scene.
There is slow traffic due to the accident between Chapel Street and Egremont Place / Upper Rock Gardens. Police are at the scene. The closure is also affecting public transport in the area.
Abigail Bracken reports from the Pride Parade in Brighton, the biggest festival of its kind in the country.
An estimated 300,000 people are expected to descend on Brighton this weekend for one of the UK's biggest annual summer Pride celebrations.
The Pet Shop Boys will headline the event in Brighton and Hove in what will be the duo's first Pride performance in 20 years, organisers said.
Other acts include Years & Years, Louisa Johnson and David Morales. Saturday is the main day of celebrations, with a carnival parade starting at Hove Lawns followed by a ticketed event in Preston Park.
The streets of Brighton will be a rainbow of colours this weekend as the city prepares to celebrate Pride.
The first ever LGBT event took place in the city in 1973.
300,000 people are expected to attend but this year's party will have special significance as it's been 50 years since homosexuality was decriminalised in England.
Sangeeta spoke to the Managing Director of Brighton Pride, Paul Kemp, earlier today.
A man from Brighton is wanted by police after breaching the conditions of his early release from prison.
Dean John keily, aged 34, from Brighton was serving 140 days for driving while disqualified. The sentence was imposed by South London magistrates on 20th February. He was released on licence from HMP High Down in Sutton in Surrey on 28th April. However after he breached the terms the licence was revoked on 24th May 2017, - and he must return to custody to complete the sentence in full.
Keily has family in Brighton, but also has connections in Croydon and Sutton in Surrey. He has a distinctive scar on his right cheek which runs from his nose to his ear, and he has another scar between his eyebrows, as well as a one-inch a scar on his forehead.
Sussex Police are asking anyone who sees Keily, or who knows where he is to contact sussex Police by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org ; or by filling in a Sussex Police online response form; or by telephoning 101, and quoting serial 1117 of 24/05. In an emergency do call 999.
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