2022 was the year a fledgling Sussex Bylines took flight
We published some great articles that got a lot of attention on social media and in Google searches. Here’s just a selection – a mixture of your favourites and ours: ones that got a lot of ‘hits’ … some not as many as we think they deserved. They cover a wide range of subjects.
In one of our most popular articles, Michael Green unraveled the mysteries of the economy in a very accessible way.
As we saw the end of the pandemic, Brexit was again high on the agenda. As were climate change and the war in Ukraine.
We ran a series of articles in August to mark Sussex University’s 60th anniversary, including this one from Mo Kanjilal. Also recalling their time on campus were Viv Griffiths, Ginny Smith and Maddy Cullum.
September saw the sad death of Queen Elizabeth. We reflected on the phenomenon of queueing as people lined up for hours to pay their last respects. And Ginny Foster gave us a queuers-eye view.
We explored some big subjects, like Russian influence in the UK. As well as looking at current trends: such as the growing interest in European rail travel.
Southern Water’s poisoning of our rivers and beaches continued to make headlines. And Ross McNally set the standard for radical environmental reporting.
Meanwhile, each month James Cory-Wright entertained us with his caustic, offbeat take on life.
And finally… a reminder that Sussex is part of a dynamic and growing network of regional titles.