There’s been a staggering increase in the amount of hate crimes in 2016/17. To combat this, Bournemouth University has launched a one-year project with government funding. Joel Griffiths has more. Presenters: Joel Griffiths, Akshay Kulkarni
South Western Railway have announced a proposed new timetable that could leave smaller stations without a direct service to London. Seminar Group B, Group 2. Ryan Evans, Sarah Perry, Dollie Wilson, Chloe Randall, George Heal, Gopika Madhu, Heidi Merrony.
Local business owners receive a boost as plans to pave over Albert Road have been unveiled by Bournemouth Borough Council. Team A2
Clear up underway after sewage leak at one of region’s favourite beaches. A clear up is underway after Bournemouth beach was affected by a sewage leak last Thursday. Visitors were told to stay away from certain areas as a precautionary measure after a cable was struck and caused a power cut at the pumping station. […]
Bournemouth University’s student union organised a three day celebration full of activities and workshops for students and staff at the university. The celebrations took place on the same day that Theresa May handed in the letter that initiated the UK leaving the European Union. The event celebrated different countries across the globe with live music […]
BUDDY Orchestra, dedicated to improving life beyond Dementia, performed live at Bournemouth University.
Students from Bournemouth University and Arts University Bournemouth joined forces to protest against Donald Trump’s recent travel ban. The demonstration took place over lunchtime on Wednesday (01/02/17) at Arts University Bournemouth and attracted over 30 protesters. The event titled “AUB and BU students against Trump” on Facebook, aimed to show a “force of solidarity. As an […]