By Liam Baldock and Steph Knight. Mark*, who lives with Spina Bifida, has admitted it’s hard to find love whilst living with a disability and feels that the major obstacle that people like him face is acceptance. This comes after the announcement that a disabled night out is being hosted at Cameo Nightclub the night […]
South West MEP Julie Girling has hit out at recreational fishing in Dorset after finding out that the amount of bass being found in local shores has decreased. Questions have been raised about the future of the industry with regulations imposed for industrialised trawlers but not for leisure fishermen. Recreational fishing differs from commercial fishing, […]
The annual New Media Writing Prize returned to Bournemouth University last night for the eighth consecutive year. The awards night, aiming to look for ‘good story telling pieces of work using multimedia with audience interactivity’, showcased work from global students and journalists. Providing an insight to the ‘innovative, interactive and immersive’ strap line taken on […]
A 7 minute documentary that aims to tell the stories of the people of Kozarac who have not before had a voice.
The BFX Festival has opened its doors today to welcome animation, visual effects and gaming fans from across the country. Today is the BFX Pro day where industry insiders inspire students on how to enter the profession. Animators that worked on films such as Finding Dory were there to show students how they created the […]
Leading by example: Angus the monkey features in our photo gallery of Hamworthy Library’s My Toy Story Display
With Christmas around the corner, we turn our attention to some of the Toy Retailers Association’s toys of the year from the past 50 years