1pm Audio Bulletin 08/10/15

1pm Audio Bulletin 08/10/15

Read By Kirstie Chambers
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5p charge on plastic bags to make a difference

5p charge on plastic bags to make a difference

SHOPPERS across England will now have to pay 5p for every plastic bag distributed in stores. Emily Ralston reports. It is believed the new law will reduce the amount of bags used in the UK every year. The number of plastic...
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‘A Polish Journey’ film nomination

‘A Polish Journey’ film nomination

JULIAN Konczak, film producer and Senior Lecturer at Southampton Solent University, has been shortlisted for the Arts and Humanities Research Council film awards, for his film, ‘A Polish Journey’. The online film and research project was supported ...
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Students feel let down by University housing support

Students feel let down by University housing support

This years freshers are already being pressured into finding their privately rented houses for second year. But many students feel like they haven’t been supported by the university, in making the right choices and in what to do when something...
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Black History Month comes back to Southampton

Black History Month comes back to Southampton

SOLENT unveils women in a Black History exhibition, as Black History Month makes its annual return to Southampton. A series of events aimed to honour black heritage will be taking place throughout the month of October to celebrate black history. Event Co-or...
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11am Audio Bulletin

The 11am News Bulletin with Daniel Milner.
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Noise pollution shortening lifespan of birds

Noise pollution shortening lifespan of birds

A NEW study from France’s National Centre for Scientific Research suggests that noise pollution can shorten the lifespan of birds. Nicki Woodcock reports on how this could be affecting the local wildlife in Southampton. Click the audio link below to...
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Southampton Cellar Pub rediscovers music roots

Southampton Cellar Pub rediscovers music roots

GOBLETS pub, Southampton, is planning on getting back into its alternative music ways. Around 15 years ago the pub, which is on Above Bar Street, played host to many local rock bands and was known as a Metal Venue of...
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Music in the City strikes a chord in Southampton

Music in the City strikes a chord in Southampton

AUDIENCES gathered at the weekend to celebrate music across Southampton in this year’s festival. William Sancroft reports. Saturday and Sunday saw the return of Music in the City. Thousands revelled in the sunshine and enjoyed great live performances from l...
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Bitterne Walk-In Centre to close

Bitterne Walk-In Centre to close

  AFTER one year of debates and discussions, it has been agreed that the NHS Bitterne Walk-in Centre is to close. Nathan Wiggett reports. More than 800 local residents signed a petition to keep it open, however the centre was deemed...
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