A struggle for identity? FOR THE FULL USER EXPERIENCE: CLICK HERE A century on from what Armenians call the ‘first genocide of the 20th century’ Joe Nerssessian investigates the fight for recognition and what it means to be an Armenian living in the UK. Israel Vahan Pilikian was a young teenager in 1915 when […]
Delays to the new Tesco store being built in Kinson are not related to the company’s national downscaling, it has emerged. Planning for superstores across the country have been scrapped, delayed and shelved by the retail giant following a drop in profits and the appointment of new Chief Executive, Dave Lewis. However Tesco have […]
First Great Western (FGW) are to be awarded a renewed direct franchise by the Department for Transport (DfT). The group runs services from Bournemouth and Southampton as well as Weymouth and a handful of other Dorset towns. Although the franchise is agreed, negotiations will take place to finalise the deal. The three-and-a-half year franchise will […]
Bournemouth Borough Council’s efforts to cope with the surge in pupil numbers led to them considering the idea of ‘pop-up schools in church halls’. In a report published by the Local Government Association (LGA) it was revealed Bournemouth Council had tried to turn church halls or day centres into pop-up village schools, but were rebuffed […]
AFC Bournemouth’s win over Reading on Tuesday evening is their eighth win in the last ten games and are now just two points off the play-offs. You can see the response to Tuesday match here, but to try and give Cherry fans a little more hope, BUzz is looking at six other last minute, unexpected […]
After a donkey was found in a Brockenhurst Tesco store on Wednesday we’ve searched the internet for other animals who have been found in unusual places.
Over a thousand social housing tenants have been hit by the Government’s ‘bedroom tax’ across Bournemouth and Poole. The ‘spare room subsidy’, as the government are calling it, will apply to 1400 Bournemouth and Poole social housing tenants who are deemed to be under-occupying their home. The move is part of the government’s welfare reforms […]