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Justin Hill
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Save Our Deans :- Great turnout of people at Longhill School this evening for the rally to save Meadow Vale from development. Simon Kirby MP, Davy Jones Green Party, R Amerena Heritage Commission and David Johnson CPRE were also in attendance!
Twitter :@saveourdeans
Website : http://saveovingdean.co.uk/ 
Please sign petition against development : http://chn.ge/1mDfuEh #Brighton
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Tusk is the film based on a real Gumtree ad for a Brighton housemate to live rent free if he wears a walrus costume at all times. Google it, great story. The Kevin Smith smodcast is great too.
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Martyn Haigh
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I'm moving back to Brighton on Thursday - does anyone know if anything fun is happening this weekend?  Or does anyone have a list of events in Brighton over the summer?
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Justin Hill
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Stop the proposed development on Greenfield sites known locally as 'The Vale Meadows' adjoining Rottingdean and Ovingdean by Lightwood Developments. :- We need 61 signatures to get the petition off to Brighton Council, can you help?
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paul levy

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Do join us for a croissant and some earth-shattering ideas http://www.meetup.com/Critical-Incident/events/172566292/
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Chris Depper

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Landline phone users:

From 1st October 2014, it will be necessary to always include the 01273 area code when dialling 01273 numbers, even if calling locally.
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Thanks +Chris Depper I've made a note for 1st October.
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paul levy

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Dear all

Join us this Monday 31st March 9-10am at the Verdict Cafe, Edward Street, Brighton for a free Innovation Conversation. This months topic for this regular morning critical talk and discussion explores the notion of colluding with mediocrity. What creates mediocrity and how do we challenge it? Grab a free place here: http://www.meetup.com/Critical-Incident/events/172566292/

Continuing our quest for original ideas and genuinely new practice, we have a number of free events coming up that might be of use or interest to you. As usual the focus is on finding originality, seeking out the genuinely new, and thinking fresh thoughts, as well as trying new stuff...

Join us for one of our Innovation Conversations. These are informal cafe meetups, with vibrant conversation around an inspiring theme. Our first one is on "Challenging Mediocrity." You can book for all events by joining our free Meetup group here: http://www.meetup.com/Critical-Incident/

We also invite you to get some vital help, advice and support for your business or creative project at our regular DIAL project meetings. Details of the next one is here. 
http://www.meetup.com/Critical-Incident/events/172576652/

You can stay up to date with all of our events by join our Meetup Group.

best wishes


Paul
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Apologies if this isn't relevant to you. You aren't on any regular list.
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Justin Hill
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Brighton's Borderline Records closes doors for the last time :- Borderline Records, in Gardener Street, Brighton, which opened in 1981, shut up shop yesterday as owners Dave Minns and Sian Davis, both 64, took the needle off the vinyl and retired.
A record shop that has served music enthusiasts for more than 30 years has closed its doors for the last time.
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Sad to see it go spent quite a lot of money there. It is as inevitable as the decline in sheet music shops though, both are outdated business models. 
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Justin Hill
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Recent Aerial View of the West Pier :- Recent aerial view of the West Pier filmed by Adam Hobbs of Shutter Films dated 15/03/2014 www.shutterfilms.co.uk
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Anne Hole

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Pleased to say both my husband and I came out as BRIGHTON on this very unscientific - but fun quiz!
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You're even more Brighton than me then +Justin Hill - I'm only 83%, possibly due to my preference for Scottish actors!
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Justin Hill
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Restore terrace to save seafront :- It has been so weakened that it has had to be closed to the public, severely reducing the attraction of Madeira Drive as a viewing platform.
Brighton can boast of several stupendous structures ranging from the Royal Pavilion and the piers to the aquarium.
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Chris Depper

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Did they design the banners using all the ipads their parents were forced to buy? 
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Justin Hill
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News Category :- +Martyn Haigh Is it possible to add "News" as new post topic in the drop down list? Most of the posts that I create in this community are related to news items or articles and "Discussion" is the only place that i can put them. A proper "News" category would be great and much appreciated.
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:D  with great power comes...oh wait... with mediocre power come mediocre responsibility.  Use it wisely!  Or not.
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Justin Hill
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Councillor apologises for false swastika claim :- I really do worry about the people that are supposedly helping to run Brighton. Have they really got no idea about how to behave towards each other ... or Brighton for that matter!
A Green councillor has apologised after falsely accusing a former council leader of wearing a swastika at a meeting
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Justin Hill
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Brighton seafront could close if repair funds are not found :- Brighton's seafront could be forced to close to visitors in the future if more investment isn’t found to bring it up to scratch.

The city council faces a bill of almost £80 million to repair the seafront in Brighton, including |£65 million for the Arches, £10 million for the retaining walls and £5 million for railings, a scrutiny panel was told.
Brighton's seafront could be forced to close to visitors in the future if more investment isn’t found to bring it up to scratch.
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+Chris Holden My thoughts exactly Chris.
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Justin Hill
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Car crashes into railings on Brighton's Grand Parade
A car has crashed into railings on Brighton's Marlborough Place and two more have been damaged following a collision this morning. 
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Justin Hill
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Fraud probe after University of Sussex overpays employee £75,000 :- The University of Sussex's audit committee was tasked to look into the “long term overpayment” - which was not reported by the recipient.
A university has been investigated for fraud after a member of staff was overpaid by £75,000.
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