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PART of Hampshire’s coastline has been named as one of the most dog friendly beaches in the UK.
THE southbound carriageway of the Spur Road will be back to two lanes from tomorrow morning.
A NEW initiative launched to stop vulnerable bank customers from getting ripped of by fraudsters has saved £330,000 in just four months, Dorset Police says.
Predatory paedophile ex-football coach Bob Higgins has been found guilty of 45 charges of indecent assault against 23 teenage boys.
BUSINESSES should spend 90 per cent of their marketing effort doing just one thing well, a conference has been told.
AN EX-HUSBAND who blew up his marital home while both he and his former wife were inside it has been jailed for five years and four months.
PLANS to build nine homes in a north Dorset village will “ruin the jewel in the area’s crown”, according to objectors.
POOLE Hospital is practising what it preaches and offering cervical cancer screening appointments to its staff to raise awareness of how screening can help identify the onset of the disease.
PERMISSION to redevelop the car park of a former Moordown pub has been refused.
PLANS to build nine affordable homes on the edge of Corfe Mullen are set to be approved, despite widespread opposition.
THERE’S another bumper bank holiday weekend just around the corner. If you’re looking for inspiration on how to spend the extended break, here’s our guide to what’s on.
A MAN is due to undergo surgery after suffering cuts to his head and face during a fight in a Poole bar.
TICKETS are selling fast for rides on a giant waterslide, set to return to Bournemouth’s Richmond Hill next month.
SHE has performed on some of the world's biggest stages from Glastonbury to The White House, but Wednesday night it was Bournemouth's turn.
A POLICE investigation is under way following the discovery of a man's body on the beach at Bournemouth.
DETECTIVES have launched a murder investigation after the death of a man in north Dorset, following reports of a serious assault.
A MAN who picked up a dog by the throat, punched it in the head and threw it against a fence is being sought by police.
A CYCLIST suffered life-threatening injuries in a collision with a motorbike this morning.
A MAN was threatened with a hypodermic needle during a 'frightening' robbery in Poole.
HARMONISING the council tax and services across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole will be one of the major priorities for the new Unity Alliance administration on BCP, says its first leader.
CHRISTCHURCH musician Ricci Riccardi embarks on the most exciting adventure of his career tomorrow as Musical Director and drummer for The Spice Girls on their long-awaited reunion tour.
‘MUCH-NEEDED’ extension plans for a girls’ school have been approved.
A GOLF club accused of 'wanton environmental vandalism' after a stand of protected trees was felled on its course has been told it's off the legal hook.
CASTLEPOINT’S Marks and Spencer should be safe from a plan to close 110 branches, but stores in smaller towns are “vulnerable”, a retailing expert has said.
‘UGLY and obtrusive’ car stacking racks installed on the edge of people’s back gardens have been ruled unlawful by a council.