Bournemouth University’s student union organised a three day celebration full of activities and workshops for students and staff at the university. The celebrations took place on the same day that Theresa May handed in the letter that initiated the UK leaving the European Union. The event celebrated different countries across the globe with live music […]
Poole Council meeting tonight could shake up Dorset’s local Government structure.
According to the Equality and Human Rights Commission, 54,000 mothers are forced out of work every year due to pregnancy with only 1% of women taking their cases to a employment tribunal. Sociologists use the umbrella term The Motherhood Penalty to explain how women encounter discrimination in the workplace in terms of wages, employment, and […]
The looming presence of legal highs has taken a turn for the worse, with students risking their lives for a night of living high. Student nights out are usually used for drinking by getting absolutely smashed on large bottles of clear burning liquid, which have been bought from ASDA for a tenner. Now the game […]
There have been requests for more cycle lanes to ensure safety for local residents, as Bournemouth was named the second most dangerous place for cyclists in England and outside of London in 2013. Last year’s statistics show there were 689 casualties involving cyclists in Bournemouth. Angela Pooley, East Dorset Friends of the Earth Coordinator, said: “What is needed […]
Friends of the Earth Coordinator Angela Pooley met up with buzz reporter to discuss her thoughts on cycling and the new cycle lanes around Bournemouth As there are several new cycle lanes already in the East Dorset area, do you think we need more? What is needed is a network of cross […]