The Hunger Games has made records after having the third biggest opening weekend in US history.
Archive for March 27th, 2012
A Bournemouth MP has raised concerns over the amount of bar’s in Bournemouth’s town centre. MP Toby Ellwood said the town had “suffered” from an excess of bars during a parliamentary debate on the new minimum alcohol price. The statement came after Home Secretary Theresa May announced the new price rule would be part of [...]
Madonna has been criticised by DJ DeadMau5 for making a drug reference at a performance that took place last weekend.
Described as a younger pop version of Kings of Leon, Lawson are on the verge of their big break. Nerve’s Nola Ojomu talks to the boys about why they don’t want to be called a ‘boyband’. On March 17th, #AskLawsonAndy was the number one Twitter trend worldwide, so it’s safe to say that there’s a [...]
A bunch of talented students at Bournemouth University’s Media School are making a film, but they need a bit of extra cash to help finish it. The film is entitled ‘Soap’ and is a dark comedy about a guy in his late 20s who is addicted to cannabis and living on the dole. Realising he [...]
Former Bournemouth Cherries manager, Lee Bradbury, has claimed he was dismissed by the club’s chairman Eddie Mitchell.
GAME has gone into administration with instant closure of 277 stores in the UK and Ireland including Bournemouth’s town centre store.
Changes to England’s planning system is to be unveiled later today with the intention of making local people more involved in the process.
A group of travellers who have pitched up in Queens Park have been warned to move out or face being removed