In recent days, the Borough of Poole’s new cycle lanes have been labelled a ‘recipe for disaster’ by Cycling UK. They claim that many of the new lanes around Bournemouth University and the surrounding area have either directed cyclists into oncoming traffic or in the way of pedestrians. Angela Pooley, secretary of Bournemouth Cycling […]
Bournemouth Borough Council has been heavily criticised after provisions have been put in place throughout the town centre to counter homelessness. Allegedly, £3,500 has been invested in installing bars on benches to prevent the homeless population using them to sleep rough, which some people have viewed as being a waste of money. Many individuals, including […]
The focus of our print article was Joanne*, a victim of romance fraud that lost £10,000. She was brave enough to meet with me and tell me about her experience, and how romance fraud still affects her now. Listen to her story here. To see more from this project follow these links: PRINT >> […]
A short radio package about whether the FA is doing enough to tackle gambling addiction in football.
The first cat cafe in the South has revealed it’s opening date this morning: February 17th with it’s six cats, and you can book now.
In this seven minute documentary, I investigate the new phenomenon of online clothes reselling and the impact it is having on young people. The main focus is on the bedroom entrepreneur, the notion that you can make more money selling old clothes on Depop or eBay than you ever could working at a part-time supermarket […]