Commission launches European week of sport

Androulla Vassiliou in parliament

The European commission has announced plans for a European week of sport, launching in 2015, which aims to promote health and wellbeing through sport.

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Exploiting the full spectrum of possibilities: addressing future demands for wireless broadband

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Commissioner has ‘high hopes’ for the clean Europe week initiative

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European environment commissioner Janez Potocnik has said that marine waste is the “most serious consequence” of “inadequate waste management”.

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Guide 2 Brighton at the Great Escape: Lianne La Havas

Having been nominated in the BBC’s Sound of 2012 poll, featured on Later… with Jools Holland, toured with Bon Ivor and written songs with Prince it’s no wonder a lot of people turned up to see Lianne La Havas play at Komedia as part of Brighton’s Great Escape festival.

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Video: Burning the Clocks 2011

Originally published on Brighton and Hove Free Press.


Brighton Review: The Vaccines @ Eastbourne Winter Gardens 6 December 2011

When you think of Eastbourne, a place I’ve now been to once but heard referred to as ‘Heavens’ Waiting Room’ dozens of times, you don’t automatically think of the biggest breakthrough rock band of the year.

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Brighton event: Made 11 Craft Fair @ Brighton Dome 17 – 20 November 2011 VIDEO

Last weekend the Corn Exchange hosted the fantastic Made 11, Brighton’s best design and craft fair.

Artists, both local and national, are invited to showcase some of their finest work, offering visitors a unique opportunity to purchase exclusive pieces direct from their creator.

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