Can sport survive without sponsorship?
November 22, 2019

Can sport survive without sponsorship?


  To celebrate our third season partnering with AFC Business, the commercial arm of Premier League club AFC Bournemouth, we invited two of our team members to write about the relationship between business and sport. It has been really interesting gaining the insight of Gemma Thorne and Abbie Bradford, work placement students from Bournemouth University. In the first of three … Read More

Flying by the seat of his pants
November 21, 2019

Flying by the seat of his pants


A relic from one of the most daring and astonishing acts of heroism in the skies during World War One has emerged for sale. A watch being sold at Rowley’s auctions belonged to a famed flyer who was killed in in-flight and whose gunner climbed over the plane to sit on his lap and fly to safety.

Joining forces for a greener future
November 21, 2019

Joining forces for a greener future


Going green – more than 80 delegates attended the first conference of its kind at Bournemouth University

Tradition returns this Christmas as Frozen fad thaws
November 18, 2019

Tradition returns this Christmas as Frozen fad thaws


Traditional Christmas colours have returned after the influence of the ‘Frozen’ phenomenon has finally thawed, according to Peeks, a leading supplier.

Cyber worker finds cloud-based solution
November 14, 2019

Cyber worker finds cloud-based solution


A cyber professional and mum of two leaped from a plane to rise money for charity – despite suffering from vertigo. Sian Roff of C3IA Solutions helped raise the sum for the SBS Association

School building named after long-serving governor
November 12, 2019

School building named after long-serving governor


A New Forest school has made a touching tribute to its Chair of Governors who has served it for more than 40 years. The Arnewood School in New Milton has renamed its newly refurbished school block the Elizabeth Cook building. Elizabeth has served the school as a governor since 1974 and been its Chair of Governors since 1978. At the … Read More

DSM – giving clients huge exposure
November 11, 2019

DSM – giving clients huge exposure


Deep South Media clients have enjoyed huge publicity so far in November with tens of millions of people reading about them in the national media.

Odds on for bumper sale – John McCririck items to be auctioned
November 7, 2019

Odds on for bumper sale – John McCririck items to be auctioned


Clothes, cigars and dimond rings that belonged to horse racing pundit and TV personality John McCririck are to go under the hammer at Rowley’s auction house in Ely, Cambs.

West meets East
November 6, 2019

West meets East


Eight school leaders from Southampton and the New Forest have returned from a fact finding mission to China. The party from Milford-on-Sea CE Primary School, The Arnewood School, Wildern School and Fairoaks Primary School attended two education conferences in Shenzhen. The conferences were attended by more than 600 delegates, including education bureau officials and headteachers, who were keen to gain … Read More

Silent soldier stolen – appeal for information
November 5, 2019

Silent soldier stolen – appeal for information


A business has appealed for information after a heartless thief swiped a ‘silent soldier’ – then made his getaway by bicycle. The ‘Tommy’ had been outside the Ives and Shand funeral business in Poole, Dorset.