Four Bournemouth journalism students came second for ‘Website of the year’ at the BJTC awards 2017, last night. Liam Baldock, Dan Dove, Dan Sansom and Mark Briggs were nominated for their Interactive Documentary ‘Paranormal Interactivity’ that they created for a second year project in early 2017. The documentary allows you to travel around the most […]
The Bournemouth Symphony orchestra have won the ‘Dementia Friendly organisation of the year award’ for small and medium businesses at the Dementia Friendly awards 2017. The awards, that are being held at County Hall in London until 4:30pm today, are organised by the Alzheimers society and sponsored by British Gas. The Orchestra were nominated alongside […]
Poole Town and Hamworthy United faced off last night, with the Vanarama National League South side winning 10-2. The teams played each other for a spot in the Dorset Senior Cup semi finals alongside, Wimborne Town, Shaftesbury Town and Portland United. Before the game started, Poole were heavy favourites being in a considerable number of […]
Bournemouth FC lost 2-1 to Bemerton Heath Harlequins last night, making it three games without a win in the Sydenhams Wessex League Premier Division. There was one change from the draw against Baffins Milton Rovers with Liam Donachy replacing Lewis Harvey. The Harlequins scored in the first ten minutes on a cold night at Victoria […]
New guidelines were introduced yesterday in a bid to cut down on the amount of online trolling that happens on social media. New rules suggest the police will take more action and cyber bullies could face criminal charges. The new laws will hopefully deter trolls from harassing people and causing harm to others. By Tom […]
Darren Mcswiggan, a first year Bournemouth University student, and his boyfriend Michael were victims of a homophobic attack near Pitwines close in Poole. A car sped up next to them and both the driver and passenger were shouting homophobic abuse at the couple as they walked down the road. The pair then saw the attackers […]
AFC Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn has stated that, despite a new investment into the club in the last few weeks, they will not spend lots of money trying to improve the squad in the January transfer window.