Bournemouth Pier will be home to an oil rig pollution protest as Poole Bay becomes a new proposed site for a Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit.
In order to understand more about Bournemouth’s unusually high drinking statistics- we took to the town centre to see what all the BUZZ was about. Sasha, 19. Student/bar staff. Does drink (upwards of 4 times a week).Thinks the main cause is the fact that it is becoming a predominately student town where people come […]
Bournemouth is steadily gaining a bad reputation for itself as a drinking hub of Dorset. The number of alcohol related hospital admissions has been on the rise from 2009 being only 250 per 100,000 to 444 in 2015, significantly higher than England’s average of 364. The drinking culture in Bournemouth has several attributes- the expanding […]
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A short timeline that tracks some of the most pivotal developments for animals and their rights in the UK. 1822: The UK becomes the first nation in history to pass legislature protecting animals with the ‘Act to Prevent the Cruel and Improper Treatment of Cattle’ which stated that if any person or persons ‘shall wantonly […]
Local members of activist organisation ‘Anonymous for the Voiceless’ gathered earlier this month in Bournemouth’s town centre in order to raise awareness of the ‘exploitation’ of animals in ‘standard-practice’ farming in an attempt to encourage passers by to adopt veganism. Such demonstrations consist of individuals gathering into a square known as a ‘Cube of Truth’, […]
Buzz spoke to Danielle Hetherington-Parker, UNISON Bournemouth Local Government Branch Vice Chair, about their role in closing the pay gap. What will the new regulations achieve that previous laws haven’t? “The requirement, rather than a voluntary scheme, may more readily support the identification of gaps, in turn assisting both activists and employers alike to focus […]