Editor’s pick

Here is our top stories for today’s edition of The Breaker. Ilker Kocas the editor of Friday’s edition picked the top stories of today’s edition

Welcome to today’s edition of The Breaker!

Arab Spring has been in the news in the recent times and in this edition we present a review of the first anniversary of Bahrain Uprising by our international reporter, Laura Curtis.

Prasanth Aby Thomas, our news editor, looks at the need for a trade association in Winton. The once active Winton Traders Association had to close down due to the low support.

Twin Sails Bridge is set to open at Poole next week. Ashley Crowson records the milestones in that 30-year project with a timeline.

Andria Archontides looks at Twitter’s rising influence as a news tool in her Storify.

In today’s edition you will find local, national and global news. As a campus story Ilker Kocas looks at Bournemouth University’s plan to invest £140m into its facilities and academics.

Ashley Crowson, looks at the key events in Libya since the ousting of the dictator with a Timeline. Here is his story

We believe today’s edition balances hard news stories and features, both local and international.

We are eight journalists from five countries. This is our strength because it gives us the chance to cover stories differently.

Enjoy our journalism!

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