The MET office claim that Bournemouth Beach was the hottest place in the country last Tuesday afternoon, 20th June. Temperatures reached as high as 30.5C at 2pm, as the heat continues to rise in this record-breaking June weather. An amber heatwave warning, the second highest, was issued by the MET Office, which signals that there […]
Bournemouth University students held a 3-hour protest on Wednesday to show their disapproval of President Trump’s planned state visit to the U.K. Students protested peacefully, chanting as they marched around both Bournemouth University and the Arts University of Bournemouth. Donald Trump was handed the invitation by Theresa May on behalf of the Queen when the […]
Virgin Start Up hosted an event last night in the Hilton hotel for local Bournemouth residents who are thinking about starting up their own business in 2017. The scheme launched by Sir Richard Branson in late 2013 aims to promote entrepreneurship in the UK and to empower people to follow their dreams by turning ideas […]
Bournemouth Borough Council are meeting with The Old Fire Station today to discuss the terms of their licence due to noise complaints.
Various internet companies such as BT, Virgin Media, TalkTalk and Sky will be sending letters to subscribers thought to have streamed illegally.
A Conservative Councillor believes there is no solution to the affordability gap for university graduates wanting to settle in the town.
Follow Liam through this adventurous journey with just a map and a compass and minimal necessities as he treks through the New Forest