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Cliff throws itself into the sea in bid to keep sand local

Cliff throws itself into the sea in bid to keep sand local

In an unprecedented move last night , a Bournemouth cliff dramatically threw itself into the sea in a bid to save the resorts seven miles of golden sand from foreign grains. Sources close to the cliff said it has been complaining for some time, it reportedly said “You look out at the sand replenishment schemes […]

LED hell not limited to older people

With reference to the LED street lights article published earlier this day, can I point out that it is not just the elderly who are effected by this EU obsession with stopping us using ‘bendy’ sodium lights. I myself was sent into what can only be described as a trance by these lights whilst driving along […]

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 […]

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. […]

Council pledges to protect itself against cycling epidemic

Council pledges to protect itself against cycling epidemic

Is this true? Bosses at a local council have welcomed the prime ministers call to action on cycling today, pledging to take no action locally for as long as possible.   Places all over the UK such as the Yorkshire Dales aim to increase cycle commuting 6 fold by improving on and off road cycle […]

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 […]

Loom Band Red Arrows

Loom Band Red Arrows

Don’t worry if you missed the Red Arrows display. Recently revealed as just as dangerous, this film re-enacts the manoeuvres using popular but deadly loom bands

Bournemouth submarine festival declared a success

Bournemouth submarine festival declared a success

The first Bournemouth submarine festival got off to a successful start according to town hall tourism bosses.   The three day festival which opened yesterday and continues throughout today and bank holiday Monday kicked off with a magnificent sub-aquatic display in Bournemouth’s Poole bay. The display by the ‘Upholder class diesel-electric hunter-killer display team’ potentially […]

HS2 to include ‘Noddy’ route

HS2 to include ‘Noddy’ route

The HS2 route will be extended to a suburb of Bournemouth by 2021. The announcement to be made in today’s budget, will see the HS2 route diverted to take in dog walkers paradise Hengistbury Head in a shock move expected to add 2 hours to the journey time from London to Manchester. The 50 billion […]

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