Assignments for the principal Nilsson configuration in light β+-decaying bromine isotopes were proposed in a contribution to the OLNO-1 conference. These assignments were made on the basis of magnetic moments derived from the temperature dependence of anisotropies in daughter Se isotopes observed in the DOLIS-COLD facility at Daresbury. Anisotropy measurements have since been extended to a lower base temperature in74 m Br and72 g Br decay, leading to more stringent limits on the ground state moment of72Br. The proposed π3/2 configuration for75Br has also now been confirmed by a measurement of the sign of its magnetic moment. This was done by observing the β-asymmetry in75Br decay using high purity Si detectors mounted within the dilution refrigerator.