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Fossils ready to leave Jurassic coast if off-shore windfarm goes ahead

Fossils ready to leave Jurassic coast if off-shore windfarm goes ahead

Fossils embedded in 95 miles of Jurassic Coast in England are likely to leave if a planned off-shore wind farm goes ahead it has emerged. The off-shore wind farm, due to be built 14.6 kilometres (or 9.1 miles) from Swanage, has angered the fossils who fear they may be able to see the wind turbines […]

Children disappointed by birthday trip to Reading Watch Shop

Children disappointed by birthday trip to Reading Watch Shop

A party of children were bitterly disappointed this weekend by a trip to the Reading Watch Shop.  Seven year old Jayden had begged is mum to take him to the all white theme park following an intensive advertising campaign over Christmas. His mum Stacey said: “Jayden was so exited about Watch Shop and begged us […]

Mayhem as Black Friday begins: Brits clash in supermarkets while trying to give thanks

Mayhem as Black Friday begins: Brits clash in supermarkets while trying to give thanks

Fights have broken out in several UK supermarkets and major retail websites have crashed under ‘huge demand’ as British people desperately try to give thanks for their electrical goods. Videos have emerged showing shoppers fighting in stores and clambering over each other amid scenes of mayhem, as they desperately try to thank the distributors of […]

LED street lights causing chaos

LED street lights causing chaos

The rollout of LED streetlights across Bournemouth has left a trail of chaos this week as residents have told of unexpected side effects. Elderly people have complained that vibrations from the LED bulbs, which have replaced sodium bulbs in a bid to save cash for the town, can be heard as a bass sound by women […]

Middle classes to receive prepaid Waitrose cards

Middle classes to receive prepaid Waitrose cards

The government is to introduce pre-paid store cards to stop the middle classes cheating by spending their money in Aldi or Lidl. The cards could also be used for some items such as cook books and red wine in some stores, but would not be valid in Primark or Poundland. The scheme will be initially piloted on a voluntary basis […]

Woman told by colleagues not to go on diet

Woman told by colleagues not to go on diet

A woman in an office today who told her colleagues she was going on a diet was told in no uncertain terms by her work mates that she should not. Despite putting on two stone since working with them eating never ending rounds of cakes and chocolates, they told her that she must be careful […]

Apple launches iphone11+

Apple launches iphone11+

Apple today launched it’s iphone11+, a new phone with a new twist – it is much harder to use, to the point it is designed only to be accessible to the most intelligent 10% of the population. The iPhone11+ will use some or all of the following components to test if the user has the […]

Tazerquest to offer all weather attraction

Tazerquest to offer all weather attraction

Fearless revellers will soon be able to try Bournemouth’s newest all weather attraction – ‘Tazerquest’ . The attraction, thought to be a first for the UK , provides fun for the whole family Whether 8 or 88 customers will love the adrenaline pumping exhilaration of stalking their opponents with the electroshock weapon sold by Taser International. […]

Tony Hadley was the best plane at Air Fest

Tony Hadley was the best plane at Air Fest

The best plane at the Bournemouth Air Festival was Tony Hadley say crowds who swarmed to Bournemouth beach for four days of plane themed entertainment. Air fanatics described the Hadly, who performed a 45 minute display, as ‘Gold’. The Hadley has been flying solo since 1992 after the rest of his display team broke away to […]

‘Park and fly’ planned for next year’s air show

‘Park and fly’ planned for next year’s air show

Revellers descending on the south coast for the 2015 Bournemouth Air Show will see traffic eased with an innovative ‘park and fly’ service. Tourists arriving by car will be diverted to a temporary airport in Redhill, where they will be able to park their car and beat the traffic queues. The new Redhill airport will […]

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