Editor’s Blog

We have a variety of features to refresh this week’s news series of The Breaker. Beginning with reflective articles on holocaust memorial events that took place across Dorset this weekend to honour the survivors and the millions killed under atrocious conditions. These stories are accompanied with a background feature reminiscing on Anne Frank’s famous diary extracts.

We continue to report on encouraging news across the South that Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra have completed their composition to welcome the opening of the beautiful new bridge linking Poole to Swanage. As well as the news that Bourne-academy reaches closer to it’s £10 Million improvement fund and news of plans for an exciting new cycle hire scheme similar to the Barclay’s Bike scheme in the capital.

Our reporters also set off to investigate this weeks fundraising and charity activities, including a breakfast charity by Faithworks to help isolated individuals and the Poole RNLI rowathon and Dorset Lifeguards  “swim in our speedios” sea swim which took place in Boscombe to celebrate the RNLI’s SOS day.

Finally, our feature writer, Maheen, embraced the nitty gritty of Boscombe in her article which discusses the blossoming areas of the town’s previously neglected districts. Plus a line up of entertainment events this week, including the infamous wedding exhibition being held at the BIC to encourage love birds to make wedding plans as well as international reports and celebrity gossip from today.

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