A campaign is currently in use to help prevent suicides being committed at railway stations. The Small Talk Saves Lives campaign is backed by Network Rail, the Samaritans and the British Transport Police after a staggering 273 died in railway suicides in 2016/17. Some of the suicides took place in the Dorset area, most […]
Dorset sibling groups struggle to find a forever home as new figures are released to mark National Adoption week. The national information service, First 4 Adoption, have released figures showing sibling groups in Dorset are struggling to find adoptive parents. Over half of the children in the South West (57%) looking for adoptive families, are […]
Dr Peter Richardson, Head of Ocean Reovery at the Marine Conservation Society tells Buzz about the jellyfish-like creature ‘man of war’ that has made it’s way over to the UK coast, due to recent hurricanes.
At least 59 people have died and over 500 injured, after what is being described as the deadliest mass shooting in American history so far. Country singer Bryan Hopkins describes the panic as the shooting started in Las Vegas.
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What do local Bournemouth residents think of their tax going up?
Peers in the House Lords today (January 19) debated how a ban on letting fees, which impacts thousands of students in Bournemouth, will be implemented across the country. The Chancellor, in his November Autumn Statement, revealed that lettings agents in England will be barred from charging fees to tenants “as soon as possible”. Baroness Grender questioned the steps on how […]