Following the release of the Green Credentials Report, Bournemouth has met and excelled targets for the next three years. By Ruby Ellis, Jasmine Viney, Kerry Martin, Greg Luckhurst
A little look at how Patch the Border Collie is helping children with learning difficulties in a local Bournemouth school.
Cue Dementia Produced by: Harvey Gough, Jess Reid, Sophie Tizit, Rhiannon Oliver, Luke Hewitt and Molly Gardner
Dorset Police’s August crime report has revealed some interesting trends regarding anti-social crime in the Bournemouth Lower Gardens area. Charlotte Brown has more. Produced by Charlotte Brown, Alona Hood, and Astrid Johnson.
In conjunction with National Coming Out Day, Ellis Jones Solicitors is to become the first law firm in the Dorset area to offer specialist services to the LGBT community. Our correspondent Astrid Johnson spoke to Marketing Assistant Connor Earley to get more details. Produced by Astrid Johnson, Alona Hood, and Charlotte Brown.
Bournemouth’s independent Talbot Heath school has been chosen to host this year’s live showcase to inspire young women to pursue jobs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Reporter Leon Sobottka talks to STEM co-ordinator Hayley Luke about the importance of teaching STEM field subjects to young females.
Buzz speaks to Nick Collins, Bournemouth Council PR and Communications manager about the upcoming Arts by the Sea Festival. The event begins this Saturday and runs over eight days. More than 70 acts are performing and there are expected to be 100,000 people attending the festival throughout the week.