Death, taxes and a Conservative in the Bournemouth West seat. A lot can change in 67 years, but since the constituency was created in 1950 the Tories have dominated the vote in BH9 and the surrounding areas. As the 2017 general election looms ever closer, it seems inevitable that Conor Burns will again claim a […]
The UK Food Waste, is mostly dumped in a landfill in most countries where councils pay for it again in landfill tax. It is directly linked with local communities back here in the Dorset as Bournemouth council have given people the opportunity to recycle food waste. In the first two years of food waste collections, […]
Bournemouth fans remain optimistic of surviving relegation as the 2016-17 Premier League football season draws to a close.
A large study has found that some of the world’s most popular cookbooks are giving unsafe cooking instructions
Bournemouth University students stand with seaside locals to protest Trump and his “Muslim Ban”. The 90-day-ban which came into effect on Friday 27 January stops entry of travellers from seven majority- Muslim countries- Iran, iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The ban also sees a 120-day suspension of the US refugee admission scheme. The Bournemouth University society […]
CHRISTCHURCH and Bournemouth’s Maritime volunteer service has been left “very disappointed” by a decision to take their boat out of the water. The “very important” service has been told it can no longer moor its boat at Rossiters Quay from the beginning of April. The voluntary service runs mostly on Saturday and Sundays, patrolling the […]
Men, women and children flocked to Bournemouth Pier this morning to participate in the ‘March for Men’ event. The March is held annually by Bournemouth Hospital Charity and this year was sponsored by Keith Motors. This year the charity hopes to raise money for new equipment for bladder and prostate cancer patients. This comes […]