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  • Infographic: Recycle your electrical goods
    Have you got some old electrical items gathering dust? Well, the good news is many of them can be recycled, including at Dorset recycling centres. Every year we create enough electrical waste to fill six Wembley stadiums. Amazing, huh? (And why are these things always measured by Wembley stadiums? Or ‘something the size of Wales’?) […]
  • Use your loaf!
    Every day in the UK we throw away around 24 million slices of bread. To put it another way, that’s 29 per cent of all the bread we buy! But stale bread doesn’t necessarily mean ‘gone off’.  There are lots of ways we can use bread even when it’s past its best. Love Food Hate […]
  • iPad competition winner
    Congratulations to our iPad competition winner, Claire Liddiard from Verwood. Claire signed up to the Recycle for Dorset garden waste service online and was entered into our prize draw. She said: ”I was really surprised to win the iPad as I never win anything. The garden waste service is really handy and signing up online was […]
  • Keeping your food waste bin clean this summer
    During the summer months food waste bins are an excellent breeding ground for flies and maggots.  In order to prevent these, here are some steps to make sure your bin does not attract them-   Flies are attracted by Smells: Double bag or wrap in newspaper, food waste such as meat and bones and pet […]
  • Food for thought at the Seafood festival
    Over 55,000 people attended the Weymouth Seafood festival last weekend and the Recycle for Dorset team were there handing out Love Food Hate Waste cook books. The team were on hand offering advice and helpful tips on reducing food waste as well as giving away tasty recipe ideas for using up leftovers. Plus ways to […]
  • Reasons to turn to the tap not bottle
    Drinking tap water is a really easy way to cut down on waste, save money and reduce your carbon footprint. Here are the top five reasons you to turn to the tap: It’s clean, safe and always fresh It has a far lower carbon footprint than bottled water Tap water generates no packaging waste Really […]
  • Top tips for improving your recycling at home
    At home is where you can make the biggest difference to the amount you recycle.  Here are some simple tips for improving how you recycle at home – some may seem like “common sense”, but just one small change can make a world of difference. Flatten your cardboard boxes when you put them in the […]
  • Salad days
    Every day we also manage to chuck out around 1.9 million slices of ham, 1.5 million sausages and nearly 1.5 million tomatoes. All great picnic food, so why are we not enjoying it? Here are some tips to make things easier to keep fresh and crunchy: If your salad is tired and wilted, put it […]
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  • Games Spot Reviews: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan Review

    Without a doubt, Mutants In Manhattan is a disappointment, one multiplied several times over not just by its pedigree, but by the fact that the ingredients for a good game are present. Bringing the Turtles to life using the same attractive, cel-shaded style as the simple-but-satisfying Transformers: Devastation is the right choice. Sticking to the beat-em-up genre that has served the Turtles so well since 1989 is another right choice.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine Review

    “You can smell the delicate flowers,” says the duchess to Geralt of Rivia, and in that moment, you might believe that you can smell them, too. Like the full game, The Witcher 3’s final expansion, Blood and Wine, has a way of expressing its sensory delights so fully and richly that you could be convinced you really do feel the rain pouring on your face or the pesky tickle of a mosquito buzzing near your ear. That The Witcher 3 continues to look and sound so lavish is unsurprising, yet Blood and Wine’s visuals are even bolder and more vivid than the main game’s.

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  • In Style Fashion News Feed: When Is Black Friday? And How To Shop The Sales Like A Pro
    Black Friday, the biggest (and most daunting) day in the shopping year, is over and Cyber Monday is here - so get clued up on the fashion, beauty, home and lifestyle brands taking part in the epic sales...
  • Games Spot Reviews: Kirby: Planet Robobot Review

    With plenty of wonderful games tied to his name, I'll never understand why Kirby isn't paraded around as prominently as Nintendo's other mascots. Kirby: Planet Robobot is the perfect example: it's another great Kirby side-scrolling platformer, and yet it's been largely flown under the radar since it was announced.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Overwatch Review

    Overwatch is an exercise in refined chaos. There are multitudes of layers hiding beneath the hectic surface, and they emerge, one after another, the more you play. This is a shooter that knows how to surprise, one that unfolds at a frantic pace, one that takes a handful of great ideas, and combines them into something spectacular.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Fallout 4 Far Harbor Review

    After dozens of hours in the rough-and-tumble Commonwealth, the coast of Maine sounds like the perfect place for a sojourn in Fallout 4. Enjoy a boat ride; meet new people; solve a mystery with your best synthetic friend--what's not to love?

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Hitman Go VR Review

    Hitman Go is an excellent example of a game that takes core elements from a franchise and turns them into something wholly different, while feeling through and through like it belongs. As you solve its puzzles, you feel like you're making your way towards an assassination target, completely undetected. It's marvelous how a simple and engaging puzzle game can be nothing like its precursor yet maintain a similar spirit. It's something that carries over to virtual reality but isn't helped by it--instead, it makes a poor case for why you should play it in VR at all.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Shadow of the Beast Review

    Those of us who read our game manuals cover to cover in the '80s were often treated to verbose backstories that help set the scene. These introductions provided context that was often missing within the game, and a deeper understanding of the hero’s motivation. In its modern reimagining of Shadow of the Beast, Heavy Spectrum brings one of these decades old text descriptions to life.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Party Hard Review

    After a long day of work, you come home exhausted, make yourself dinner, take a quick shower, watch some television or play a video game. Then you try to get some sleep. After a few unsuccessful hours of tossing and turning, it’s already 3AM. You lie in your bed wide awake. The massive college party next door, with its obnoxious electronic music, isn't letting up. Do you complain? Do you call the cops? Nope. Instead, you put on a hockey mask, grab a butcher’s knife, and kill everyone at the party.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Total War: Warhammer Review

    Screeching gears, rhythmic boot steps, and the soft crunch of fresh snow. These were the first notes of my invasion. I sought the Dwarfen capital of Karak Varn. The Dwarfs, hardy and resilient though they may be, were a thorn for my new allies, the green-skinned Orcs and goblins. I held my siege for weeks, and while my foes’ numbers dwindled, mine grew. After each clash, I wrenched the newly dead from the earth and added them to my fiendish, Vampire hordes. Siege engines ready, and carried yon by fresh Dwarfen zombies, I steeled my undead warriors for the final assault.

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  • James Ward known as Mark James T/A as Car Care Automotive Great Yarmouth Guilty of Handling Stolen Car Parts

    James Ward known as Mark James was found guilty last week for handling stolen car parts from his business called Car Care Automotive. Unit 6 Suffolk Rd Great Yarmouth.. Phone number 01493 717767
    A Subaru Impreza was stolen from High Wycombe, an area where Ward lived at the time of the theft. The car was broken up for parts by Ward. He has also set up a new business that deals with Subaru’s. The business is in Great Yarmouth, Car Care Automotive. Unit 6 Suffolk Rd. Phone number 01493 717767.
    Thames Valley Police raided Car Care Automotive on the 24/2/15 and found a few parts left from the stolen Subaru. Ward was bailed until April. On the 20/4/15 Thames Valley Police charged Ward with handling and selling stolen goods. Ward has even put parts from the stolen car onto other cars.
    On the 6/5/15 Ward pleaded guilty to breaking the Subaru, knowing it was stolen and selling it for parts.
    Anyone with a Subaru are advised to be careful dealing with the business known as Car Care Automotive at Great Yarmouth. The Court Order was made against James Mark Ward at High Wycombe Court. The Case number is 431500197216/1 6th May 2015. This article is printed in good faith from verified data and is in the interest of public awareness.The business Care Care Automotive at Yarmouth
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