Saturday, August 24

BREAKING NEWS: There is Never a Dull Day

- February 18, 2019

Latest TV News with news editor MarkWalker, and regular presenters Yael Breuer and Andrew Kay.

At Latest TV, we are in a uniquely privileged position, of not only having people contact us each day with exciting things that are happening in the city, but also inviting us to said exciting events. And not only that, we’re invited to film the glorious community events and share them with people across Brighton, Hove, Worthing and Chichester.

Our community news team is small, focussed and if you want to know what’s happening in the city, there’s no better people to ask. Our news editor Mark Walker loves politics and sport and knows as much about the complexities of the Brexit negotiations as he does about the intricacies of Brighton & Hove Albion’s latest and upcoming games, which is a lot! Our intrepid filmmakers, William, Steve, Lourdes, Ollie, Adam and Mike are constantly delivering vivid VTs for Mark to craft into a news show, delivered with panache by the engaging Yael and myself! VTs stands for video tapes, an old fashioned phrase for the very up to date and modern way of video journalism.

If you have an event you would like us to cover then please contact and we’ll do our best to be there!

Each day we may be filming a political protest, a sporting event, a cultural exhibition, a scientific seminar or an important festival for the city. Brighton is blessed with a lot of great festivals. If you miss any of these then do catch our daily news show to find out what’s happening or go to to see our latest VT In the meantime, here is a report of a wonderful festival that happened this month, Chinese New Year celebrations held in Brighton!


The CEDP Chinese centre held the 19th Chinese New Year celebration for the public, the biggest Chinese New Year event in the south east of England,in Brighton and Hove. This year’s event was a huge success which included the first China Business Forum jointly run by Brighton and Hove City Council, the CEDP Chinese Centre and Confucius Institute for Business London, LSE,discussing the topic of doing business with China, the opportunities and the challenges.

The event welcomed well over 2000 people who came to celebrate together and welcome the year of the pig. Visitors enjoyed spectacular shows such as traditional lion dance, singing and dancing, Chinese instruments and kung fu performances from the University of Sussex and Brighton, Brighton College, Hove College and Hove Park schools, Woodingdean primary school and the Confucius Institute for Traditional Chinese medicine at South Bank University. Performers displayed their outstanding talents and passion for Chinese culture. Visitors also enjoyed traditional Chinese New Year food.

Over 100 volunteers and 23 supported organisations were awarded certificates by the mayor of Brighton and Hove Council, Dee Simson. The CEDP Chinese Centre welcomes volunteers and also welcomes everyone to join the year of the rat on 25 Jan 2020, Saturday.


If you have an event you would like us to cover then please contact: and we’ll do our best to be there!

Angi Mariani

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