As a teenager, you are bombarded with a constant stream of media related to an unattainable body image, portrayed by celebrities. It is easy to get fixated with your appearance…. Sophie Burton and I are sitting opposite on another in a coffee shops in Southampton. She spent most of her teenage years battling anorexia after […]
The UK Food Waste, is mostly dumped in a landfill in most countries where councils pay for it again in landfill tax. It is directly linked with local communities back here in the Dorset as Bournemouth council have given people the opportunity to recycle food waste. In the first two years of food waste collections, […]
Dorset Chinese Arts Society celebrated the Chinese New Year at the Bournemouth Life Centre. The society put on a family show featuring, international musicians, choirs, and a traditional dragon for over 600 people in Winton. The Mayor of Bournemouth, Edward Coope, welcomed everyone to the evening, which was filled with traditional dance, chamber choir, orchestra […]
A meeting will take place today that will decide the fate of the iconic bournemouth balloon.
Poole council has rejected a bid for a referendum but has voted in favour of a union with Bournemouth and Christchurch authorities. Bournemouth and Christchurch are due to confirm their position when they meet to debate the issue in the coming days; Poole has been against the merger in previous years. Members voted 27 in […]
The health minister is to write to the NHS to end the postcode lottery for IVF treatment after concerns were raised in the house of Commons. Nicola Blackwood stepped in following a debate in the house of commons on IVF availability across the country. Cuts to local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) mean that couples in some areas […]