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Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has said he is "committed" to the Premier League club but reiterated his belief that managing England is "the ultimate job".
Howe was one of the leading candidates to replace Roy Hodgson when he stepped down as England boss in the summer and is now being linked with the post again following Sam Allardyce's shock departure.
The 38-year-old has previously said he would relish the chance to coach England one day but insisted this morning that he has not heard from the Football Association, while reaffirming his commitment to Bournemouth.
They haven't come to me and my message is very similar. I am committed here, I love the job.
The England job is the ultimate job, I have signed players very recently and I am committed to them. I need to show them the same loyalty that they showed me. It's all hypothetical.
Bournemouth University’s plans to build a landmark building at the entrance to the Talbot Campus have been given the go-ahead. The four story Poole Gateway Building will house state of the art specialist and technical facilities to support undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as research.
The building will provide resources for the Faculty of Science and Technology and the Faculty of Media and Communication such as TV studios, sound stage, motion capture & green screen, live recording rooms, Music, Games and Animation labs.
Jim Andrews, Chief Operating Officer at Bournemouth University, said: “We are very pleased to see our planning application supported, as Bournemouth University continues to invest in this region and in its facilities to ensure that we are giving students and staff the best possible experience during their time with us. These new facilities will support BU’s success in producing highly employable graduates and world-leading research that is recognised across the world."
Construction is scheduled to begin in 2017, with infrastructure works complete by Easter 2018 and buildings opening in September 2019.
Organisers of this year's Bournemouth Air Festival have cancelled this afternoon's displays because of high winds and wet weather
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The four day show usually attracts 800,000 spectators.
Bournemouth Air Festival returns for the ninth year in a row tomorrow. The four-day show takes place between Bournemouth and Boscombe piers and in the Lower Gardens, and will bring at least 800,000 visitors to the South Coast this weekend.
The festival includes both displays from both air and sea and military performances as well as fireworks, family attractions and live music.
The Red Arrows will also be making an appearance on all four days of the event alongside the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, and the RAF, who will all be performing.
The air show aims to raise money for Air Festival charities, and since 2010 has raised more than £80,000.
Twenty people have been led to safety, and one rescued, after a fire at a block of flats and shops in Bournemouth. It broke out in Charminster Road. Crews used eight sets of breathing apparatus. The road was closed, but has now reopened.
Police in Bournemouth are investigating a street robbery.
It happened at around 10.25pm on Thursday 28 July 2016 along Mayrick Road near the Queens Hotel.
The victim, a 15-year-old Saudi boy currently studying in Bournemouth, was kicked in the back from behind before the offender stole cash from the his wallet and made off toward Gervais Road.
The boy suffered a minor injury to his back and did not require hospital treatment.
Residents in Bournemouth are being warned to be on their guard after the town was revealed as the top scam hotspot in the country.
A survey of five thousand incidents reported to the national Citizens Advice consumer service between January and March 2016, found the Dorset town had eighty three in the first three months of this year.
The research looked at the 102 main postal areas in England and Wales and found the top areas where the most scams were reported per person.
Scam methods identified by Citizens Advice included up-front payments, where people were asked to pay for a service which never materialises, and fake services, such as telling people their computer had a virus which can be fixed remotely. There were 13 counts of this latter scam reported in Bournemouth.
The top three scam types running in the local area were:
- 21 cases of upfront payment fees - victims pay for a product or service which they never receive.
- 20 cases of fake services - fraudsters charge people for a service that isn't real or doesn't exist.
- 16 cases of 'vishing' - scammers cold-call people in a bid to get their bank details.
The average loss for victims in Bournemouth was £469 per victim compared to a national average loss of £2,500.