Many people have an issue with their appearance but for a number of them, it is a preoccupation that stops them doing everyday things.
Adam Bennett explores Magna Carta’s legacy and discovers what plans are in store for its 800th anniversary. The Magna Carta story begins with 13th century tyrant King John, best known as the infamous villain in the tales of Robin Hood. A wicked and selfish monarch, John had started and lost wars in France, imposed punitive taxes […]
Students are being urged at the University of East Anglia to take their first wee of the day in the shower, but Bournemouth are yet to join this trend. The “Go with the Flow” idea is hoping to save water as part of a campaign at UEA. Theresa McManus, Project Co-ordinator at Slades Farm, an eco-friendly […]
Bournemouth Council will seek £2.5 billion in compensation, if the plans for the Navitus Bay wind farm between the Jurassic Coast and the Isle of Wight go ahead, This figure is the minimum the council would expect the wind company to pay over time. This would be to make up for the loss that the Bournemouth tourism […]
[portfolio_slideshow id=211887] This morning the Environmental Agency has issued flood alerts to Christchurch and Poole after heavy rain and high tides have caused flooding to the area. Stone Road in Poole was closed this morning but has now been re-opened with surface water still on the road. Poole Harbour remains on a flood alert. Waves […]
Dorset musicians are being encouraged to use their skills within the wider community, particularly helping those with people with learning disabilities. Adam Bennett investigates how playing music can improve the lives of those living in challenging circumstances. Dorset music educators are currently being offered 15 bursaries of £100 to subsidise training courses designed to develop skills and practice for […]