13th March 2014
Study: Healthcare professionals ‘reluctant’ to offer HIV tests to older people 2
1:00 PM — Too many clinicians are failing to offer HIV tests to older people, resulting in late diagnosis, new research shows.
3rd March 2014
Theresa May: I fear too many people are still frightened to report homophobic crime 10
2:02 PM — Home Secretary Theresa May says she fears too many people are still frightened to report homophobic crime, during a visit to Brighton’s AIDS memorial.
17th February 2014
Campaign against LGBT sexual exploitation to be launched in Brighton 2
1:19 PM — A new campaign aimed at tackling sexual exploitation in the LGBT community is being launched in Brighton next month.
13th January 2014
Brighton: Man glassed in face during attack in gay bar
3:24 PM — Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was glassed in the face in a gay bar in Brighton.
9th January 2014
Gay couple angry at council over Brighton Pavilion same-sex wedding competition 14
7:06 PM — A gay couple who wanted to be the first to marry in Brighton are angry with the council’s decision to launch a competition allowing same-sex couples to marry at the city’s Royal Pavilion.
3rd January 2014
Bournemouth fan evicted for making anti-gay chants during Brighton match 4
1:59 PM — A Bournemouth football fan ended up being evicted from Brighton and Hove Albion’s Amex Stadium due to alleged homophobic chanting.
23rd December 2013
Video: Family of killed Brighton gay man urge victims of domestic violence to tell someone 1
5:00 PM — The family of a Brighton gay man who was killed by his lover have urged victims of domestic violence not to stay silent.
16th December 2013
Killer of Brighton gay man jailed for 18 and-a-half years
7:17 PM — A South African national has been jailed for 18 and-a-half years for killing a gay man in Brighton.
10th December 2013
Jury enters third day of deliberations in Brighton gay man murder trial
1:27 PM — The jury in the case of a man accused of murdering a Brighton gay man has retired for a third day to consider its verdict.
5th December 2013
Jury retires to consider verdict of South African accused of murdering Brighton gay man
1:50 PM — A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of a South African national accused of murdering Michael Polding, a gay man who lived in Brighton.
2nd December 2013
Green MP Caroline Lucas: I’m worried HIV care could be damaged by NHS reforms 1
1:21 PM — Green MP Caroline Lucas says the success of HIV community testing could be undermined by changes to the NHS.
28th November 2013
MP Caroline Lucas takes HIV test and says ‘we need to remove the stigma around testing’ 1
3:10 PM — Caroline Lucas, the Green MP for Brighton Pavilion, has taken an HIV test in support of the Halve It campaign, which is aiming to halve rates of late and undiagnosed HIV in the UK by 2015.
27th November 2013
Former sex worker accused of killing Brighton gay man breaks down in court
4:13 PM — Ricardo Pisano, the man accused of murdering gay 62-year-old Michael Polding, broke down in tears as he recalled the moment he found him dead.
26th November 2013
UK: Man accused of murdering Brighton gay man talked of marrying deceased
5:38 PM — A South African man accused of murdering a gay man in Brighton has told a jury the pair had discussed getting married in order to sort out “visa issues”.
Brighton MP Caroline Lucas to unveil world’s largest AIDS awareness ribbon 1
12:39 PM — Caroline Lucas, the Green MP for Brighton Pavilion, will be marking World AIDS Day this Sunday at an event where the world’s largest AIDS awareness ribbon will be unveiled.
22nd November 2013
Man accused of murdering Brighton gay man feared deportation to South Africa
4:59 PM — A man accused of murdering a Brighton gay man fled the scene of the crime because he feared deportation to South Africa, a court has heard.
UK: Footballer Colin Kazim-Richards to stand trial over homophobic gesture
12:40 PM — A footballer accused of making a homophobic gesture to Brighton fans during a Championship match is to face trial.
14th November 2013
University of Sussex LGBTQ society removes the word ‘dyke’ over safe space policy 10
3:22 PM — The University of Sussex LGBTQ society has sparked controversy recently, after it asked local lesbian artists to remove the word "dyke" from an advertisement posted onto its Facebook page due to a recent "safe space" policy change.
9th November 2013
Would you like to live in an idyllic village minutes from Brighton’s fabulous gay scene? 8
1:40 PM — PinkNews is pleased to be able to offer our readers a fabulous opportunity to purchase a home in Rottingdean Village, close to Brighton. The historic Grade II listed property boasts an unusual owner, a politician who has consistently voted for gay rights during their time in Parliament.
6th November 2013
Man accused of killing Brighton gay man worked as rent boy
6:57 PM — The man accused of murdering a 62-year-old gay man in Brighton previously worked as a rent boy, a jury has heard.