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Fifty years ago humans took the first full photo of Earth from space – climate crisis means it’s time for another

“Everyone in the world has to do it. Everyone in the world needs to see this. These were the first words of William Shatner, 90, as he exited, shaking with emotion, from a brief trip to space – where the former Star Trek actor had spent barely four minutes – …

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Babbacombe Lodge in Bournemouth could be demolished

A hotel in BOURNEMOUTH could be demolished and replaced by 24 apartments and 6 vacation rentals. Harlequin Homes applied to the BCP Council for permission to demolish the Babbacombe Lodge at West Hill Road, a building that was first constructed at the end of the 19th century. A design and …

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Construction underway for Bournemouth Christmas Market

CONSTRUCTION is now underway for this year’s Christmas Market and Christmas Tree Wonderland. With less than three weeks to go, the Bournemouth Christmas Market runs from Friday 19 November to Sunday 2 January. To make up for lost time, after being unable to open last year due to the pandemic, …

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Japanese Prime Minister Kishida, strengthened by electoral victory, presents big political plans

By Ju-min Park, Antoni Slodkowski and Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, reinvigorated by a surprisingly strong election victory, announced on Monday that he would pursue defense policies aimed at deterring China, tackling climate change and accelerating recovery from the pandemic. Kishida’s conservative Liberal Democrats (LDP) …

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DIG SOUTH announces a partnership with CofC

DIG SOUTH Technology Summit, the first and most important event in the South connecting major global brands with the most scalable startups in the South, announced on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, a partnership with the College of Charleston to host the 10th anniversary of the Summit, from 11 to 13 …

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