The 2018 Academy Awards provided us with memorable moments that will shape the entertainment industry, whether that be through the winners of the awards themselves or the gravitas of their speeches. In an event fueled by diversity, the worthy winners emerged. Jamie Bareham gives us the rundown on what happened at the 90th Annual Oscars […]
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 […]
75 and still playing, a short feature on Bournemouth’s walking footballers and their love for the game…
Yellow Buses have announced that they will be changing back to simple route numbers, just a year after their previous overhaul. They changed to a line-system in January 2017, but after public consultation have decided to revert to a numbered system to ensure “a simple to understand, high frequency network,” according to David Squire, managing […]
Suicide is one of the biggest problems in the UK at the moment, with middle aged men being the most likely to be at risk. But is there a reason the number of men committing suicide is so much higher than that of women? Harvey Gough Investigates
AFC Bournemouth under-21s coach Carl Fletcher insists midfielder Harry Arter is “fine” despite rumours he may leave the club in the summer.