Lorna-Rose, mother of 2, was diagnosed with brain tumour at 15 after the doctor overlooked the symptoms.
16:37 – That’s it from today’s live blog, on a day when Marks and Spencer’s refuted rumours that they were preparing to relocate from Poole town centre, and there were calls to end the postcode lottery of IVF. Join us tomorrow for all the breaking news and updates throughout the day from Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch. […]
READ WATCH LISTEN EXPLORE BLOG Throughout investigating the current attitudes towards contraception, I have created various interactive elements to get honest opinions of contraception. The attitudes towards male contraception I found were apprehensive to use them, but willing to accept more male methods. See the interactive elements below: To view the picture gallery below, click each […]
Set to open its doors next Monday, work on Bournemouth University’s latest construction is almost complete. Known as ‘The Fusion Building’, this space at the heart of the Talbot campus offers nearly 6,000m of academic space including three lecture theatres, 27 seminar rooms, a computer lab, roof top terraces and several catering facilities. Buzz news […]
New committee roles have been announced at the Nerve Awards on Friday night, as well as many awards for student members across the station.
An exhibition of postal memorabilia which gave an insight into Bournemouth’s history has finished at Bournemouth Library, but is set to return later in the year due to its popularity. ‘A Postal History of Bournemouth’ had a number of visitors in its last week, having been open from 3rd May. The collection as a whole […]
A Brazilian Jiu Jitsu fighter, coach and a founder of Ippon Gym Jeff Lawson went to Lisbon alongside with other 9 Bournemouth based MMA artists. A team came back with 3 medals: Max Antonowicz won silver leaving his teammate Alistair Gavan with a bronze medal in the same division and Jeff Lawson himself got bronze […]