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The Brighton Argus recently ran an editorial on the opening of the latest Irregular Choice shop in its hometown of Brighton!The shop has been open since July this year and has proved to be a huge hit.

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Accessed: 2007-09-12.] Like many of the UK's local and regional newspapers, the Argus has suffered from a slight decline in circulation – as audited by the ABC circulations and ratings group.It reached a peak of 100,000 in the early 1980s and is reported to be read by 48% of Brighton citizens (2004).The newspaper is still regarded as a 'go to' for Sport and The Arts within the Arts capital of South England Newsquest has launched "Argus Lite", a weekly free edition for distribution to commuters at some Sussex railway stations to compete with free daily newspapers from London, notably "Metro".“It’s a bitter blow not just for the individuals involved but to the whole city.Safety_fears_on_Brighton_and_Hove_buses_after_inspection_fail/Brighton and Hove Bus Company could have its licence revoked after failing a safety inspection.News - for Farage as UKIP leader comes to Hove Man in critical condition after roof fall Direct Lettings tenants can claim back deposit "shortly"Special report: Day 2 of our exclusive Peter James serialisation WIN!The letters invite staff whose jobs are at risk of being made redundant to a meeting this afternoon (Friday 4 November). Some have served the company for more than 20 years.

One employee said that 13 of the 16 members of the home delivery team in the newspaper sales department were facing the loss of their jobs.

Fire hazard warning for uncollected rubbish in Brighton and Hove

Fire_hazard_warning_for_uncollected_rubbish_in_Brighton_and_Hove/Fire chiefs have warned uncollected rubbish outside people’s homes could be a fire hazard.

They manage about 500 paper boys and girls and handle complaints about missed deliveries.

Their work is expected to be transferred to Southampton where the paper is now printed and where much of the editing work is now carried out.

Members of the National Union of Journalists are due to meet this evening to discuss their options.