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Members of Brighton’s One Voice partnership, that brings together communities including faith groups and minorities to tackle racism and intolerance, has met following the recent Paris terrorist attacks.
Pic by Heather Buckley
Brighton charity Same Sky has raised a third of its £6,000 crowdfunding target, for Burning the Clocks 2015. 
Two British filmmakers are hoping to reverse long-held prejudices against the Islamic Republic of Iran with a new adventure film Karun, portraying their unusual journey through the country. 
Esmee Drake, 14, from Brighton, was born six weeks prematurely, without an oesophagus and with a hole in her heart. She is profoundly deaf and couldn't sleep at night – too afraid of the silence in the dark.
Brighton Youth Centre has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £20,000 to build a brand new 'state of the art' indoor skate park.
Team Rickshaw passed through Brighton as part of its 470 mile journey from Land's End to the East End,
There has been outstanding success recently for former City College Brighton and Hove catering students in the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Awards. 
A global music festival, cabaret and circus show and the city’s first international triathlon are among the range of outdoor events being planned for Brighton & Hove in 2016.
QueenSpark has announced the launch of six e-books, digital versions of some of their most popular and out-of-print titles, alongside one of their recent bestsellers.
Brighton & Hove Albion's recent winning match against Bristol provided the opportunity for the club to announce its choice of Macmillan Cancer Support as one of its two charity partners for the 2015/16 season.
Brighton & Hove Council this week approved a motion put forward by the Greens calling for the Council to work with the community and voluntary sector to provide a coordinated response to support Syrian refugees.
November sees the return of Animal Aid's Great Vegan Challenge whereby meat-eaters, pescatarians and vegetarians alike get the chance to try going vegan for a month, with all the help and support they will need.
Thousands of visitors descended on Brighton Open Market last week to learn how to revamp, repair and upcycle old clothes into fresh new looks. 
Construction of the Royal Pavilion Ice Rink begins this week. Eagle eyed locals will have spotted the closure of the East lawn of the Royal Pavilion Garden since Sunday and the beginning of construction of the temporary winter rink.

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