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BHbeat launches the Print Edition!


19 August 2011 2 Comments
BHbeat - print edition - across Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch

One year on, and BHbeat has launched the Print Edition. 20, 000 copies of our tabloid-sized newspapers are making their way across Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch. Continue Reading

Bournemouth Air Festival back on


19 August 2011 1 Comment
Bournemouth Lower Gardens before and after

As the clean-up mission continued overnight and throughout this morning, organisers of the highly anticipated Air Festival have proudly announced the programme of events is back on. Continue Reading

Bournemouths big clean up


18 August 2011 No Comments
Bournemouth flooding

As the town welcomes thousands of visitors for the Bournemouth Air Festival, Bournemouth Council begin the clean up mission. Continue Reading

Real cost of flooding revealed as local businesses begin big clean up


18 August 2011 No Comments
Local businesses wrecked from severe flooding

Bournemouth felt the true cost of severe flooding and torrential downpour as thousands of pounds of damage closed local businesses. Continue Reading

UPDATED: Severe flooding in Bournemouth causes Air Festival cancellations and central gas leak (now with video)


18 August 2011 2 Comments
Severe flooding in Bournemouth causes Air Festival cancellations and central gas leak

Severe floodings in Bournemouth cause suspected gas pipe rupture and road closures across the borough. Continue Reading

Last flying Vulcan cancelled from Air Festival


18 August 2011 No Comments
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Plans to fly the world’s last flying Vulcan at Bournemouth Airshow have been cancelled. Continue Reading

Updated: AFC Bournemouth say keep beach clean during Air Festival


17 August 2011 No Comments
Green Goals relaunches at last weekend's win over Sheffield Wednesday.

With this weekend’s long awaited Air Festival just around the corner, extra measures towards keeping Bournemouth’s seafront clean are being put in place. Continue Reading

£9.44 million for superfast internet in Dorset


17 August 2011 No Comments
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Dorset has been allocated £9.44 million by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport to upgrade internet access in the county. Continue Reading

New survey reveals students will leave Uni £25,000 in debt


17 August 2011 No Comments
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They say students have an easy life, but it may be just the opposite with student debts predicted to average at almost £25,000 for this year’s university entrants and over £50,000 for those starting in 2012. Continue Reading

Bournemouth pensioners the secret weapon to attack poverty and crime


16 August 2011 1 Comment
Bournemouth pensioners the 'secret weapon' to attack poverty and crime

Pensioners throughout Bournemouth are volunteering themselves as the Town’s “secret weapon” to guide the Community through times of poverty and crime. Continue Reading

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