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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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  • In Style Fashion News Feed: The Chic Girl's Guide To Showing Your Bra...
    If you’re anything like us, the prospect of baring your bra is fairly horrific. So, we've found a way to champion the look without feeling like your 16-year-old party persona, inspired by Rose Byrne and Cate Blanchett...
  • Games Spot Reviews: Civilization 6 Review

    The original Civilization came out in 1991. I was five years old at the time. I didn't fully grasp the game's historical underpinnings or strategic subtleties, but I do remember playing with my dad and racing to build catapults before other leaders had a chance to expand their empires too far.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Titanfall 2 Review

    Titanfall 2 is a game about momentum. It knows when to rush forward at a breakneck pace. It knows when to give us time to breathe. Both in its single player campaign and its multiplayer modes, Titanfall 2 has a more measured pace than its predecessor, making the build-up to its climactic battles just as enticing as the events themselves. It's every bit as kinetic and fluid as the first Titanfall--but in many respects, it's a much better shooter.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: 100ft Robot Golf Review

    It's a rare thing in this day and age when everything you need to know about a game is right there in the title--and even rarer that said title is such an instantly appealing concept like 100-foot robots playing golf. And yet, even if 100ft Robot Golf is an inspired concept, the actual game is anything but.

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  • In Style Fashion News Feed: The Cool New Earring Brand The Instagram Crowd Is Obsessed With
    And they’re actually affordable
  • In Style Fashion News Feed: Victoria Beckham Is Launching Her First High Street Collection
    Victoria Beckham will soon be selling her dresses on the high street with this Target collaboration
  • In Style Fashion News Feed: Designer Richard Nicoll Has Died Aged 39
    Police are not treating the death as suspicious
  • Games Spot Reviews: The Silver Case Review

    If Suda 51 represents one of a scant few auteur game designers, The Silver Case, finally released on Western shores in this remastered form, is basically his student film, a statement of intent and trajectory rather than its own cohesive masterwork. As such, The Silver Case has a few of the elements that fans have come to recognize in a legitimate "Suda 51 Joint", but those elements are obscured by convoluted point-and-click gameplay, and a story that meanders, rants, and rambles getting where it needs to go.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: WWE 2K17 Review

    Since the shift to current-generation consoles, 2K's WWE series has steered away from the arcade-style formula of its extensive lineage. It's clear that developers Yuke's and Visual Concepts want to forge their own unique path to a simulation style of wrestling video game, iterating further and further in this direction with each passing installment. Much like last year, matches in WWE 2K17 have a distinctly measured pace, focused on capturing the look and feel of the current WWE product as closely as possible.

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  • Games Spot Reviews: Eagle Flight Review

    Eagle Flight is a first-person VR shooter set in a dilapidated version of Paris where you pilot an eagle using your head. If that isn’t quirky enough for you, it’s also a multiplayer-centric game where you shoot other eagles with supersonic screeches.

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