Representatives of The University and College Union (UCU) have taken to the grounds of Arts University Bournemouth in strikes against pay disputes. The protesters are disputing the gender pay gap, working conditions for students and educational institutes and ‘casualisation’. Casualisation deals with the concept of zero-hours contracts – an problem many students face when seeking […]
Local councils have raised the question of whether they can continue to fund free bus pass services for individuals.
Bournemouth Council have launched #GritterTwitter after temperatures dropped to lows of -8°c across the region last night.
Watch an interview with Charly Lester, exploring the concept of 21st century dating transforming into a game of happy swiping.
A short, radio documentary exploring dating in the 21st century and whether the evolution of dating apps has changed the way we find ourselves a match.
Young people are currently being targeted when raising awareness for dementia. Caring for someone with Dementia can be daunting which is why the Government are making special efforts to make people more educated on the matter.
Experts are questioning whether young people are fully aware of the dangers behind the student culture of today. Increasing numbers of students and are becoming involved with incidents relating to either drugs or alcohol. There is definitely still a lack of awareness among students. People are uneducated. – Simon Edwards, Drug Expert for Bournemouth’s Open […]