It’s been an eventful week across the globe, from Greek economy problems to journalists killed in Syria and the US elections to prison riots in Indonesia.
The week has proven to be quite busy for those working on the Thursday edition of The Breaker as well. Racing against the deadline with excess amount of caffeine, we present a mix of international, national and local news from Boscombe and Poole to Syria, Nigeria and Afghanistan.[wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””]Reviews posted online that are not moderated can end up being original, true opinions to malicious attempts of defamation. They can also be subjective as there is no universal standard to adhere to. Ashley Crowson decided to spend a night at one of the least recommended site on the Trip Advisor, a leading travel website to find out the reality.[/wpcol_1half] [wpcol_1half_end id=”” class=”” style=””][jwplayer config=”Custom Player_small-aside” mediaid=”15047″][/wpcol_1half_end] [wpcol_1half id=”” class=”” style=””]Marc Perry decided to have a night out with some protesters at Boscombe Centre for Community Arts (BCCA) on Sunday night who attempt to save what they see as an important community asset from demolition. From our international desk, Mark Wilson takes a look at Palestine. With a timeline of events and inputs that have unfolded in the area and inputs from the social media, the story creates a grey scale image of the current situation.[/wpcol_1half] [wpcol_1half_end id=”” class=”” style=””][jwplayer config=”Custom Player_small-aside” mediaid=”15050″][/wpcol_1half_end]
Its another edition we are proud to publish and we hope you enjoy it.