Pollution hotspot

Tweet The seaside town of Eastbourne used to tempt the likes of city dwellers to leave the urban smog in search of cleaner air. Unfortunately now, Eastbourne has been listed amongst 44 other UK towns and cities, which breach World Health Organisation’s guidelines on air quality, and has been highlighted as a ‘’pollution hotspot’’. The new research shows that the levels of lethal particulates (PM2.5s), which are extremely small bits of liquid or solid suspended in the air, exceeds the limit of 10 micrograms per cubic metre of air in…

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Which show are you destined to watch this spring based on your zodiac sign?

Tweet By Katrin Johannessen In these times of corona virus induced self-isolation good streaming options are paramount. These shows are all free to stream on BBC iplayer. Have a look at which show the stars have in store for you. Aries (March 21 – April 19) Bats, Balls and Bradford Girls There is nobody who can tell you what to do, and if they don’t know just yet, then they will soon find out. You do everything off your own bat. There is also nobody who can tell the girls…

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Life In The Fast Lane #5: Sir Stirling Moss and Daniels Diary

This week in Life In The Fast Lane I look at the passing of the legendary Sir Stirling Moss and take a look at Daniel Ricciardo’s new diary.

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Extinction Rebellion and going carbon neutral

Tweet It was a little over a month ago that Extinction Rebellion occupied Oxford Street, where they gave off one of their main goals; to make the UK carbon neutral by 2025. However, many have criticised this goal calling it bold or too ambitious. “I think you need to be realistic, it’s going to take time,” Lucy Listle, a worker at University of Brighton’s carbon reduction campaign C-Change, voiced her opinion. “The overall message that we are unsustainable in the way that we consume, the way that we produce is…

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University students and staff voice opinions on Eastbourne’s sporting facilities

Tweet Eastbourne campus is home to almost 3000 students, studying at the School of Sport and Service Management. It prides itself in being the sporting campus of the University of Brighton, however recently students have talked about a lack of sporting facilities, in comparison with the Falmer campus. Many have expressed their concerns about the campus and how it does not allow them to fully develop as athletes in their sport teams and suggested that the school should be moved to Falmer where they could access everything they need, without…

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