It’s coming to the end of Hate Crime Awareness Week. This week is particularly poignant for the Dorset area after statistics were released early in the year showing a rise in the number of hate crimes. PC Andy Scarratt speaks to Buzz News about how Brexit could be a factor in hate crimes.
Weather warnings are issued for Dorset this weekend, with expectations of strong winds. Alona Hood has more on the story. Produced by Alona Hood, Josh Browne, and Joseph Reaidi.
As part of a new £200,000 strategy, Bournemouth Borough Council is funding train fares for the homeless in an attempt to encourage them to leave the area. This crackdown, aimed at reducing homelessness in the Town Centre comes after local business’ complaints of littering and antisocial behaviour. Ben Coley has more.
A little look at how Patch the Border Collie is helping children with learning difficulties in a local Bournemouth school.
Cue Dementia Produced by: Harvey Gough, Jess Reid, Sophie Tizit, Rhiannon Oliver, Luke Hewitt and Molly Gardner
The Russell Cotes museum is offering an alternative Halloween experience. The interior is to be transformed for the special event, where guests will experience the sea side attraction like never before, after dark. Our reporter Alice Knight has more. Produced by: Heidi Quinn, Alice Knight and Victoria Campisi.
Dorset Police’s August crime report has revealed some interesting trends regarding anti-social crime in the Bournemouth Lower Gardens area. Charlotte Brown has more. Produced by Charlotte Brown, Alona Hood, and Astrid Johnson.