Parker learns lessons from Wimbledon qualifying loss

Jersey ace Stuart Parker was encouraged by his display in a Wimbledon qualifying loss to Alexander Ritschard. Parker, who benefits from the LTA Top 25 program which allows access to NTC courts and facilities for the 25 highest ranked British players in the ATP/WTA rankings and has also benefited from …

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Dorset rail strike: Traffic updates as train lines are severely restricted and travel pushed to roads

Rail strikes have started and Dorset is expected to be badly hit by the county’s road closures. Dorset services affected include Great Western between Weymouth and Castle Cary, as well as South Western between Weymouth and Southampton Central, or via Sherborne. This means that services from the following stations will …

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Dorset Police on Cherries and Leeds United match schedule

POLICE could make a request to move Cherries’ home game with Leeds United after it was due to take place on the weekend of early May next year. Hundreds of Leeds fans went wild in 1990 in one of the worst riots ever seen in the Dorset city. Leeds cruised …

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Prisoners will NOT be released on Fridays at Dorset Jail

Prisoners vulnerable to addiction who have served their sentences will no longer be released on Fridays at HMP Portland under new plans to reduce recidivism and make the streets safer. The government’s decision this week is part of sweeping reforms aimed at reducing crime and protecting the public. Jo Farrar, …

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Small Payday Loans Online No Credit Check

Small payday loans online without a credit check Get 100% cash advance online even with bad credit. The best service for fast loans! Loans A credit check can sometimes be applied to some payday loans as well. A credit check is generally not required for many payday loans, but may …

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South Haven, home to short-term rentals for 100 years, has residents who want them to leave – Michigan Capitol Confidential

South Haven is a small town on Lake Michigan in the western part of the state. It has long been a tourist destination, and short-term rental websites have made it easier for tourists to visit and for owners to rent their properties. But short-term rentals are divisive, with some residents …

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3 reasons to try online financing

Online financing is convenient if you, as a business owner or freelancer, are looking for an easy way to obtain financing via the Internet? Whether it’s to cover a bill or finance a vacation, online loans offer a variety of options. So what are the advantages of online financing compared …

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Bournemouth beach covered in rubbish as 50,000 people descend on the area – with more to come this weekend

Rubbish was strewn across Bournemouth beach after a night of partying in the popular Dorset hotspot. The city saw temperatures of up to 26C and the evening remained warm, prompting people to stay outside to party. In an image shared from the west of the central pier, rubbish can be …

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Geidt says he resigned over ‘an important matter of principle’

Boris Johnson’s former ethics adviser Lord Geidt has said he quit on “an important matter of principle”. In a letter clarifying his position, Lord Geidt said the “cautious language” of his resignation letter may have led to the conclusion that he was stepping down on “a narrow technical consideration of …

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Heatwave set to see ‘hottest day of the year’ in Dorset – Updates

Parts of Dorset look set for record temperatures today (June 17) as the county is forecast to see highs between 29C and the mid-30s according to experts. It comes as the Met Office issued a level 3 heat wave warning across the UK as the hot weather poses a potential …

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How fast can borrowers get online

LOS ANGELES, June 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Online loans make it faster and easier for borrowers to get the funds they need. From cash advances to lines of credit, there are many options that offer same-day financing. These loans can be perfect for borrowers who need to cover expenses …

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Netflix-like algorithm could help guide cancer treatments, study finds

The science behind Netflix viewing habits could soon be used to guide doctors in cancer management, scientists suggest. The researchers used artificial intelligence (AI) to study and categorize the size and magnitude of changes in DNA across the genome – the complete genetic code of a cell – when cancer …

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Dorset residents have been warned of ‘red flags’ online to avoid scams

Dorset RESIDENTS are warned to follow a set of rules to avoid online scams. As yesterday (Tuesday 14 June) marked the start of the Scam Awareness Fortnight, an initiative by Citizens Advice is highlighted, aiming to create a network of confident and alert consumers who know what to do when …

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Bournemouth beach bar closure: what the BCP Council says

BCP COUNCIL responded after a Bournemouth beach bar claimed it had no choice but to close due to ‘rules and regulations’. The council said it had worked with the operators of the now-closed Beach Hut Bar and Grill in West Cliff to “encourage them to stay put”. The bar was …

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Hundreds Demonstrate Outside Interior Ministry Against Rwanda Expulsion Plan

A lawyer who attended a protest outside the Interior Ministry said there was “justified anger” at the government’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda. Hundreds of demonstrators took part in a demonstration outside the Home Office in Westminster on Monday. Lauren Chaplin, 28, who works as a lawyer in …

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June 13, 2022 – View of Dorset

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Hundreds of second homes turned into holiday rentals in Dorset

NEW data shows there are hundreds of homes newly registered as holiday rentals in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, despite concerns about the impact of increased tourism on local communities. The coronavirus pandemic has led to a “staycationing” boom, with vacation home prices skyrocketing in tourist hotspots, and many looking to …

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Lauren Price secures unanimous points victory on professional debut at Wembley

Lauren Price picked up a unanimous points victory over Icelandic fighter Valgerdur Gudstensdottir on her professional debut at Wembley Arena. The Olympic middleweight champion from Tokyo won 60-54 after six two-minute rounds in the welterweight division. Former kickboxing world champion and ex-Welsh international footballer Price started confidently from the first …

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Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Shortage Means Some Diesel Users Will Pay More

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Diesel users such as tractor-trailer drivers and recreational vehicle owners will soon be paying more for diesel exhaust fluid (DEF). According to RV Business: “Modern diesel requires the injection of DEF into the exhaust stream in order to meet current exhaust emission standards.” However, the main …

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Online Loans Market Size and Forecast to 2029

Los Angeles, USA,-The research study presented here is an excellent compilation of various types of analysis of significant aspects of the global online loans market. Through devilishly researched analysis and Porter’s Five Forces analysis, it provides an in-depth explanation of the strengths and weaknesses of the global Online Lending Market …

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The most expensive homes in each region of Dorset in June 2022

With the cost of living rising, many are feeling the effects of soaring food, fuel and energy prices. However, something that seems to have remained constant is house prices in Dorset. It’s no secret that some areas of our county are considered good places to live, but there are some …

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The proposed return of ferry services from Weymouth is a ‘welcome boost’

PROPOSALS that could see ferry services from Weymouth to the Channel Islands return are described as ‘a welcome boost’. Dorset Council, however, insists that some ‘fundamental considerations’ still need to be resolved before a final decision can be made. As reported, plans have been seen by Weymouth City Council and …

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Arthur Holscher-Ermert’s family want their property back

THE family of a man who died after being hit by an unmarked police car on the A259 are pleading for the return of their property. Arthur Holscher-Ermert, from Newhaven, died after being hit by the unmarked black BMW on Saturday April 30 on the A259 near Bramber Avenue in …

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Travelers set up camp at the disused BH Active site in Bournemouth

A caravan group from the Traveler community have set up camp at the disused BH Active site in Queens Park, Bournemouth. Units that consist of large built-in motorhomes can be seen on the site today (June 9). The large site is in the parking lot of the former sports centre, …

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Wisk Aero Brings Advanced Air Mobility to Australia Through Partnership with Queensland Local Government | national company

NEW ZEALAND AND BRISBANE, Australia–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 8, 2022– Wisk Aero, a leading Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) company and developer of the first fully electric, self-driving air taxi in the United States, is bringing the future of flight to Australia through a new partnership with the Council of Mayors of the …

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Sunak reaffirms commitment to cut business taxes in the fall

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has reaffirmed his commitment to cutting business taxes later in the year as the government seeks to get back on track following Monday’s deadly Tory vote of confidence in Boris Johnson. In a speech to the Onward think tank, Mr Sunak said he would introduce a series …

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Inside Housing – News – London council recommends bringing housing services in-house

A break clause in a 10-year management agreement between Lewisham Homes and the council, agreed in 2017, allows the local authority to terminate the agreement with six months’ notice before December 27, 2022. “With changes in legislation and funding, the time has come for us to review how council-owned homes …

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Community left ‘shocked and unsettled’ after armed police response to Bovington

Concerns have been raised after a village saw a huge response from emergency services, including armed police. Police and paramedics were called to Cologne Road in Bovington on Monday evening after reports a man had been ‘found with injuries’. He was then taken to Dorset County Hospital. A resident who …

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Is it a good idea to pre-close a personal loan? – Advisor Forbes INDIA

You found yourself in a life situation that required an immediate influx of money. You are budgeted and have a fixed income. What are you doing? You get a personal loan. Whatever the need or the situation, whether it is specific objectives such as the purchase of a vehicle or …

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Tourists visiting Japan must wear masks in public or risk deportation | Travel

Tourists visiting Japan can be sent home if they fail to follow rules requiring them to wear masks, thoroughly sanitize their hands and take out private health insurance, according to guidelines set by the government ahead of the cautious reopening and progressive from the Japanese border. Travel agencies will be …

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Award-Winning Financial Services Company Expands Line of Credit Services to the State of Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA – 05/31/2022 (PR Distribution™) – May 27, 2022 — Nashville-based financial services company Financial Advance announced that it is expanding its line of credit services to Louisiana residents through an online portal. Advance Financial offers flexible, small-amount, open-ended lines of credit that customers apply for once …

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World War II veterans celebrate the anniversary of the Normandy landings

When D-Day veterans tread Normandy beaches and other World War II sites, they express a mixture of joy and sadness. Joy to see the gratitude and benevolence of the French towards those who landed on June 6, 1944; sadness thinking of their fallen comrades and another battle currently being waged …

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Council urges people to apply for Household Support Fund

‘ACT now’: Vulnerable people in difficulty are today urged to apply for further help to meet rising costs after the county received a £2.2million financial boost. It comes after Dorset Council received £2,294,941 from the government’s Household Support Fund to provide short-term financial aid. Dorset Council says this, along with …

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Hundreds of people dress up in period Dickens costume to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Hundreds of people lined the streets of Rochester to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in a unique way. Building on the town of Medway’s historic ties to Charles Dickens, each June and December, costumed participants take to the streets to celebrate the author. This year’s event was timed to coincide …

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Platinum Champion Award for Diplomatic Negotiator

A DIPLOMATIC negotiator from Dorset is to receive a Platinum Champion Award in recognition of his incredible volunteer work to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The Duchess of Cornwall has crowned 490 volunteers “Platinum Champions”, calling them “the backbone of our country”. Among the winners is Richard Courtenay Cripwell, of …

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On World Environment Day, Guaranteed Rate Announces Price FlashClose[SM] Fintech Tool saved more than 17 million sheets of paper

On World Environment Day, Guaranteed Rate Announces Price FlashClose[SM] Fintech Tool saved more than 17 million sheets of paper

Revolutionary end-to-end digital technology used to close more than $100 billion in loan volume CHICAGO, June 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — In 2019, Guaranteed rate companies spear FlashClose℠, its revolutionary end-to-end digital Fintech tool that allows homebuyers to sign documents and close their loans remotely, wherever they are. Technology has become …

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Millions of Klarna customers will see payment history on this month’s credit report

Purchase and payment service Klarna will start reporting the use of Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) products to UK credit reference agencies from this month. It will flag consumer purchases paid on time, late payments and unpaid purchases for “pay in 30” and “pay in three” orders placed on or …

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The land cannot be transformed into a campsite

PLANNERS have refused retrospective permission to turn a 2.5 hectare field in Dorchester Road, Lytchett Minster into a caravan and campsite. The application for Papushka Fields relates to facilities which have already been in place since March 2021 and included new gates to the site, which ward councilors described as …

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House prices across the BCP rose more than the South West average in March

HOUSE PRICES rose 1.5%, more than the South West average, in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole in March, new figures show. This momentum is contributing to the longer-term trend, which has seen house prices in the region reach 10.7% annual growth. The average house price in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole in …

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Platinum Jubilee weekend takeout discounts from Domino’s, UberEats and more

The Platinum Jubilee weekend is now upon us after months of preparation, with millions of people ready to celebrate the Queen’s 70th anniversary on the throne. While many of us partake in street parties or barbecues, some may just want to relax and enjoy a takeaway instead. If you’re looking …

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Red Arrows will fly over Dorset for Platinum Jubilee celebrations

The Red Arrows are set to fly over Dorset in Platinum Jubilee celebrations this weekend. These few days promise to be very busy for the jets which have already taken part in the Queen’s Birthday Parade today (Thursday 2nd June). Alongside the Trooping the Color event, the impressive flypast over …

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Only 5 beaches in Dorset have council-funded wheelchair mats – Swanage set to become the sixth

Only 5 beaches in Dorset have council funded wheelchair mats as one council has announced that wheelchair accessible mats will soon be available at another beach by July 2022. Swanage Council mats will be placed near the lifeguard hut and used. throughout the summer season at Swanage Beach. The news …

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Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group buys Missguided from administration

Mike Ashley’s retail empire has bought struggling fast fashion brand Missguided in a bailout deal. The deal comes after Missguided collapsed into administration on Monday after suppliers accused the company of millions of pounds in defaults. Teneo’s insolvency specialists had been tasked with seeking to sell the business and assets …

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Transformation plans for the former M&S site in South St, Dorchester

The former M&S store in DORCHESTER is to adopt a new use – a walk-in ‘lounge’. It will be officially opened on Saturday, June 11 and marked by the roll of a piano on South Street, the instrument donated by the United Church. READ MORE: Plan of a major gas …

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Krishna: Krishna Cops Track the Changing Times in Cybercrimes Probe | Vijayawada News

Vijayawada: Krishna the district police have taken strategic steps to investigate cyber crimes over the past year. This move aims to prevent the public from falling prey to cybercriminals. The district’s cyber wing had recently won the prestigious “Skoch Award” for its performance in the fight against cybercrime. The Krishna …

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Ticketmaster announces flash sale with half-price concerts including Diana Ross, Duran Duran and more

If you click on a link in this story, we may earn affiliate revenue. TICKETMASTER has announced a huge flash sale with up to 50% off ticket prices. And there are some big names included in the sale, with concert discounts from Diana Ross, Faithless, Duran Duran and more. 2 …

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The Queen’s favorite corgi breed is now ‘loved’ across the country, according to the Kennel Club

The Queen’s favorite dog breed, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, has grown in popularity, according to new figures. There were 1,223 of the dogs registered in 2021, which is the highest number recorded for the breed in nearly 30 years, according to Kennel Club (TKC) data. It is also the first …

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Ministers ‘deeply unhappy’ with scenes at Dublin airport

Dublin Airport has admitted mistakes were made after being forced to warn passengers that some may miss flights due to long queues. Concern is growing ahead of the bank holiday weekend just days away as the Taoiseach and the Minister for Transport demanded answers over the mess at the airport. …

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Hepatitis cases in the UK: 222 children now affected

A further 20 cases of hepatitis have been confirmed in children aged 10 and under, the UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) has announced. This brings the total number of cases across the UK to 222, as of Wednesday May 25. Of the confirmed cases of sudden hepatitis, 158 reside in …

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Platinum Jubilee: Dorset’s best afternoon teas according to TripAdvisor reviews

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is just around the corner and what better way to get you in the mood than to enjoy a terribly British afternoon tea? Crustless cucumber sandwiches, Victoria sponge cake, scones with jam and clotted cream, all washed down with good tea – dishes that, naturally, must …

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The 10 Best Massachusetts Day Trips in the State and Beyond, Best for Hiking, Shopping and Scenic Views

As the temperatures rise and school ends for the summer, it’s a good time to find new places to explore. Whether these day trips take you to the Berkshires, east of the coast, or to another New England state, each has its own charm, perfect for anyone looking to get …

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Dorset caravan and campsite already in operation are refused planning permission

Planners have refused retrospective permission to turn a 2.5 hectare field in Dorchester Road, Lytchett Minster into a caravan and campsite.The application for Papushka Fields relates to facilities which have already been in place since March 2021 and included new gates to the site, which ward councilors described as ‘intrusive …

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All Blue Flag beaches in Dorset in 2022

Dorset is home to a multitude of stunning landscapes. In fact, it wasn’t until recently that we shared some locals’ insights into why people head to each of the area’s 31 most well-known beaches. Despite their beauty and general good condition, not all of these beaches have been awarded the …

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Anxious felines and palliative care companions nominated for National Cat Awards

A brother and sister who comfort those receiving end-of-life care and an anxious companion to a young boy with autism are among the felines nominated for this year’s National Cat Awards. The annual awards, organized by the UK’s largest cat charity, Cats Protection, recognize the bond between owners and their …

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Dorset shop owner warns others after he fell victim to a creepy Instagram scam

A shop owner has warned other business owners not to trust anyone online after her shop’s Instagram account was hacked. Jessica Parish fell for the “creepy” scam in February, and despite many efforts couldn’t get the account back three months later. “You just can’t trust someone who sends you direct …

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LSU student media reporters win top prizes in national and regional media competitions – The Observer

BATON ROUGE — LSU student media students have won 19 awards for excellence in journalism in the 2021 Region 12 Society of Professional Journalists, or SPJ, competition and six awards in the 2022 College Media Business & Advertising Managers competition, or CMBAM, Competition. Among the awards were five winning articles …

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The sale of Chelsea is about to be ratified

The sale of Chelsea is ever closer to being ratified, according to the PA news agency. Roman Abramovich now expects to have met the UK government’s requirements for the granting of a new sales license, it is understood. Russian-Israeli billionaire Abramovich has been hoping for some time that he was …

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Westpac launches new green car loan

More and more Australians are looking to buy electric vehicles and now many car lenders are offering competitive rates. For example, Westpac announced a new Green Fixed Auto Loan for environmentally friendly vehicles. The new car loan starts at a low 4.99% per annum (comparative rate of 6.21% per annum*) …

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Millions ‘knocking at door of starvation’ after war in Ukraine, warns UN

ggood morning. Gazprom’s UK operations are said to be planning a subtle rebranding as the company seeks to distance itself from its Kremlin-controlled owners. Gazprom Energy, which supplies gas to British companies, is considering adopting the name of its British parent company – GM&T – to improve its chances of …

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Taliban imposes face covering order for TV presenters

Taliban leaders in Afghanistan have begun enforcing an order requiring all female TV news anchors in the country to cover their faces while on air. The move is part of a radical shift that has drawn condemnation from human rights activists. After the order was announced on Thursday, only a …

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Bridport Big Band Jubilee Concert

Memories were stirred ahead of a special event in Bridport to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Next weekend, the Bridport Big Band will perform at a concert organized by the Rotary Club of Bridport to mark the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on February 6, 1952. …

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The South West 660: the new scenic route from Poole to Watchet | Travel

Jhe drama of a journey to the South West of England usually looks like this. Act I: getting through the Friday rush hour in the euphoria of the holidays (“It’s good, we’re still on the move!”). Act II: brooding silence in the traffic jams (“Why aren’t the fires moving?”). Act …

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Lancaster County Public Sales: May 20, 2022 | Local company

Horst Auctioneers, of Ephrata, held a public real estate sale on April 28 for the Clifford S. Wike Estate at 2487 Heidelberg Ave., Kleinfeltersville. A ranch-style dwelling with a two-story barn and storage shed on 4.5 acres has sold for $253,000 to Cloyd L. Martin, of Lebanon. Tim Weaver of …

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Critics get ‘smell of racism’ in incremental attempts to shut down tribal lenders – InsideSources

Lisa landed in the hospital twice in two months and couldn’t work. Abigail and her children were evacuated after a hurricane without knowing where to go or how to pay. Leia needed help with her bills when her paycheck wasn’t processed on time. These three women found themselves in a …

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St Mary’s Church by Lytchett Matravers receives £10,000 grant

A GRANT of £10,000 has been awarded to help a 12th century church modernize by updating its decades-old technological systems. St. Mary’s Church in Lytchett Matravers has benefited from the Talbot Village Trust donation with the installation of a new sound system, better wiring, better lighting and more. This new …

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Sandpolo returns to Sandbanks Beach in Dorset in July 2022

Sandpolo is poised to break attendance records as it reaches the 15-year milestone. The British Beach Polo Championships, otherwise known as Sandpolo, celebrate their 15th anniversary on July 8-9. The event, which has become a highlight of Dorset’s summer social calendar, introduced the exciting sport of polo to a new …

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House prices are rising by £100 a day in parts of Dorset

The average house price in Dorset rose 11.2% on the year to March, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics. This represents an increase from £311,105 to £345,976 in one year, meaning that on average house prices have risen by £34,871, the equivalent of £96 per …

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ubank takes the reins of neobank 86 400, unveils a new look and new products

ubank, an Australian direct bank owned by National Australia Bank (NAB), today unveiled a new look following its absorption of neobank 86,400. The merger comes after ubank announced plans to acquire 86,400 in January 2021 for $220 million, with regulatory approvals received nearly a year ago to the day. ubank’s …

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What the Newspapers Say – May 18

Newspapers across the country are led by the arrest of a Tory MP suspected of rape and sexual assault offenses spanning seven years. The Daily Telegraphthe Daily Express and the DailyMirror all carry the arrest of the unnamed MP for the alleged sex offences, which police say took place in …

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UPCOMING EVENTS – Wilmington News Journal

Upcoming public/community events in Clinton County are as follows. Email your public event information to [email protected] . Wednesday May 18 • Books and Beers Book Club at the Wilmington Public Library, the Adult Book Club meets at TinCap Cidery at 6 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month (May …

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UK challenges ‘malicious actors’ with new aid strategy

The UK will use international aid to “challenge malicious actors” and create new trading partners, the Foreign Office has announced. As part of the new international development strategy released on Monday, outlining how the UK will use its reduced aid budget in coming years, the government said it would spend …

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Identity Verification Startup iDenfy Partners with Credex to Improve Lending Platform Security

Digital Identity Verification Company Will Improve Credex’s Security Infrastructure This press release was originally issued by Release Wire Kaunas, Lithuania — (Release Wire) – 05/16/2022 – iDenfy, a Lithuanian startup providing remote identity verification and fraud prevention solutions, has partnered with Credex, a financial institution that offers digital lending services. …

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Anger over the Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Tree dedicated to the Queen

The MOVES to dedicate the Tolpuddle Martyrs’ Tree to the Queen have been criticized by local residents and their descendants. The Tolpuddle Martyrs Tree in Tolpuddle, has a history dating back to 1833, when six farm workers later known as the Tolpuddle Martyrs, gathered at this sycamore to organize efforts …

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Property prices in Sandbanks were crushed by a flat before it was built

Record property prices in Sandbanks have been shattered following the sale of a yet to be built luxury apartment. The apartment which will have stunning views over Poole Harbor has sold for over £2.16million. It has 1,219 square feet of living space, which means the selling price works out to …

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Haaland bids farewell and tones up Root – Saturday Sports Social

Sports stars and clubs around the world continue to give insight into their lives on social media. Here, the PA news agency takes a look at some of the best examples from May 14. Soccer Dortmund said goodbye to Erling Haaland. What a journey! Thanks Erling! 👏 pic.twitter.com/uXcRiGBGDh – Borussia …

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The mysterious death of white-tailed eagles

Indeed, supporters of the rewilding plans fear that the recent spate of deaths could jeopardize the whole project. “It’s a huge concern,” says Dr Ruth Tingay, co-director of campaign group Wild Justice and author of the blog. Raptor Persecution UK. “We know the cause of the original extinction was persecution …

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Dorset traffic: Latest on the A35, A31 and key roads as ‘very slow’ traffic has been reported across the county – live updates

Multiple delays to routes across Dorset are reported as traffic increases in the region today (Saturday May 14). Roads around major tourist areas such as Bridport, Weymouth, Lyme Regis, Swanage are becoming increasingly busy and motorists are advised to allow sufficient journey time. Travel Dorset reports ‘very slow’ traffic near …

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Economists: Judicial audit necessary on Sapura Energy

PETALING JAYA: A forensic audit should be carried out on Sapura Energy Bhd, if Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s suggestion that Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) come to the rescue of the loss-making company is considered, economists say . The former prime minister said during his debate with opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim …

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BCP Beaches with Blue Flag Awards

THE BEACHES of Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and Purbeck have once again won the coveted Blue Flag awards. Sandbanks won the international award again after receiving one every year since the program launched 35 years ago. Avon Beach, Highcliffe Beach and Friars Cliff achieved the distinction for the first time. Avon …

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Global wheat production faces weather threats as U.S. food prices climb • Farm Policy News

Bloomberg writers Megan Durisin, Kim Chipman, Jen Skerritt and James Poole reported today that “As Russia’s invasion stifles Ukrainian wheat exports, driving up the prices of bread and noodles, the global harvest faces an additional test: extreme weather conditions. “Droughts, flood and heat waves threaten production from the United States …

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Northumbria Police join the search for Bournemouth man Matthew Attenborough wanted for fraud

Officers are appealing to the public for information in their search for wanted Bournemouth man Matthew Attenborough. The 41-year-old is wanted in connection with a series of misrepresentation frauds and actively evaded arrest. A number of forces across the country have worked together in an effort to locate Matthew Attenborough, …

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Dorset MP calls for urgent review of plans for 4,000 homes near Dorchester

A DORSET MP has called for an urgent review of controversial plans to build thousands of new homes north of Dorchester. West Dorset MP Chris Loder said he had urged Housing Secretary Michael Gove to launch an urgent review of Dorset’s local plan to halt the proposed 4,000 home development …

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Harrogate Business Awards finalists revealed

The winners will be revealed at a black-tie awards ceremony at the Pavilions in Harrogate on June 30. PHOTO: Gerard Binks. The 12 presets (see below) were narrowed down from dozens of entries by a panel of judges led by Bettys boss Simon Eyles. The other judges were Matthew Chapman, …

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Bournemouth have yet to make contact with Norwich over Todd Cantwell’s future, Dean Smith confirms

Talks over whether Bournemouth will sign Todd Cantwell are expected to take place this week, with Norwich boss Dean Smith admitting the Dorset club have yet to confirm their intentions. Bournemouth retain an option to buy the player, believed to be worth more than £10million, but as DorsetLive has already …

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Borrowers abandon banks after RBA rate hike shock

By Mozo · Last updated on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 1 min read fact-checking process and our editorial guidelines.”> Fact checked Advertiser Disclosure The Reserve Bank’s first official rate hike in more than 11 years has galvanized Australian borrowers into action, with thousands flocking to comparison sites in recent days …

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Hangar agreed for Portland Heliport

The agreement for the expansion of the Portland Heliport site has now been signed – after months of negotiating terms and conditions. Councilors in Dorset have unanimously approved the ‘in principle’ proposal in autumn 2021 for a large hangar, near the Portland Harbor waterfront, with accommodation for pilots and crew. …

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Gogglebox boss criticizes government’s ‘destructive plan’ to privatize Channel 4

The media manager behind Channel 4’s Gogglebox series has slammed the government’s ‘destructive plan’ to privatize the broadcaster while he was on stage at TV Baftas. The popular program won the reality award and built facts at the event at the Royal Festival on London’s South Bank. With the show’s …

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The reason Dorset only has A roads and no motorways

Motorways have increased transport connectivity between UK cities and counties since the opening of the M6 ​​in 1958. These multi-lane motorways have proliferated over the past six decades, with dozens now crisscrossing almost every part of the UK – but not Dorset. Although the county has major roads linking Dorchester, …

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Wordle 323 May 8: Wordle Hints and Today’s Answer

Wordle has taken the world by storm, and if you haven’t given in to the daily game, we can guarantee you’ve seen the elusive squares all over social media. The game uses the same rules as Scrabble, where only real words are allowed in both the guesses and the outcome. …

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The commemoration of Lusitania will take place in Cobh

A commemoration of the 107th anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania will take place on Sunday in Cobh. Organized by Cobh Tourism, the ceremonies are fitting memorials to all those who lost their lives on this fateful wartime journey. Cobh has a lasting connection to the Lusitania and its …

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Wild swing disrupts markets as hawkish Fed unleashes volatility

By Saqib Iqbal Ahmed NEW YORK (Reuters) – Volatility has been the watchword for markets in recent months as concerns over a hawkish Fed, sky-high commodity prices and geopolitical tensions stemming from the war in Ukraine disrupt asset prices. The S&P 500 recently fell 1.2% on Friday and benchmark 10-year …

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Almost everything went wrong – Vladimir Coufal laments West Ham’s European exit

Vladimir Coufal has admitted ‘almost everything’ went wrong as West Ham’s dreams of winning the Europa League were dashed by Eintracht Frankfurt. But the Hammers’ no-nonsense right-back refused to blame fellow defender Aaron Cresswell for the red card which swung the semi-final firmly in favor of the Germans. Cresswell’s dismissal …

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Dorset school shortlisted for Secondary School of the Year five years after ‘Inadequate’ rating

A school in Dorset has been nominated for Secondary School of the Year in the Tes School Awards. Atlantic Academy Portland has been nominated along with eight other schools nationwide, and an overall winner will be announced at a ceremony on June 17, 2022. The prestigious appointment comes just weeks …

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Letter: Language Schools Might Complain They Deserved Better Support

No one should be surprised to read that our local foreign language schools are suffering so badly in the post-Brexit post-Covid economy (Echo, May 2). What I found surprising was the reported size of the local language school industry. At £300million, presumably in revenue, this has not been entirely eclipsed …

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How Covid hit Bournemouth Gardens

The impacts of COVID have hit the finances of Bournemouth Lower Central Gardens Trust – but this year is set to return to ‘business as normal’. A full program is planned for the coming year with the aviary due to officially reopen in May. The big screen will return for …

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3 dogs at Waggy Tails Rescue in Dorset need new homes

If you’re looking for a new four-legged friend, one of these three might do the trick. Currently in the care of Waggy Tails Rescue in Dorset, these dogs are all looking for forever homes. The charity, based in Wimborne, rescues and relocates in East Dorset and West Hampshire, enabling them …

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Dorset-based eco-business Moonie shortlisted for StartUp Award

A WEYMOUTH-based eco-startup has been named one of the region’s most exciting new businesses after being shortlisted for an award. Moonie, a mother-daughter duo that makes eco-friendly products more accessible and affordable, has been shortlisted for the nationwide StartUp Awards series. The business was launched after the couple found themselves …

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North Moore Theater High School presents ‘Newsies, The Broadway Musical’ | News

Inspired by the large number of versatile male actors involved in North Moore High School’s drama program, the school’s award-winning teacher Kimberly Fielder-Jones said “Newsies, The Broadway Musical” was “the right show for this talented group”. Performances will be Friday and Saturday, May 6 and 7 at 7 p.m. and …

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Suspected tornado causes severe damage as it tears through Kansas

A suspected tornado that tore through parts of Kansas damaged several buildings, injured several people and left more than 6,500 people without power. Officials said the suspected tornado moved into parts of southeast Wichita and Andover on Friday night. Andover Fire Chief Chad Russell told a press conference on Saturday …

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Fiona Personal Loans Review | Find the best loan for you

Fiona is a service you can use to search for personal loan providers, as well as savings accounts, student loan refinances and more. Even Financial, based in New York, created Fiona, which is not a direct lender. Instead, it uses lender relationships to connect consumers with financing options. Loan requirements …

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FACTBOX-How China’s regulatory crackdown has reshaped its tech and real estate sectors

Since the end of 2020, China has waged a multi-pronged crackdown on a wide range of industries, leaving startups and decades-old companies to operate in an uncertain new environment and beat their stakes. On Friday, Beijing signaled a softening in its stance on the once freewheeling tech sector as President …

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Come Dine With Me is looking for people from Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole

Channel 4’s hit cooking show Come Dine With Me is looking for aspiring chefs to take part in the show. The show organizers are looking for residents of the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole areas to show off their culinary skills and meet other locals. A brand new series is set …

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We’re furious after a massive 60ft tall POLE was built outside our home

TWO huge 5G masts have been installed outside homes after clumsy council chiefs missed a deadline to object. Residents of Bournemouth, Dorset have spoken of their fury after the 60ft poles were erected directly in front of their homes overnight. 5 Bournemouth residents have spoken of their fury after two …

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Bournemouth given a boost for automatic promotion race with Nottingham Forest

Bournemouth have picked up a double injury ahead of their crucial clash with Blackburn Rovers at the weekend. Ahead of their trip to Ewood Park, Scott Parker has revealed that Jordan Zemura and Todd Cantwell are back in contention. The Cherries play their second game on the road in the …

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