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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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 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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What’s on the islands of Poole Harbour? Oil wells, John Lewis getaways and £3million wildlife programs

Locals and visitors alike are often amazed by the sheer size and beauty of Poole Harbour. At its only coastal entrance, on its eastern side, it hosts Millionaire’s Row and the luxury strip of Sandbanks, and west of its mouth begins Studland and our rather well-known nudist beach. Pass through …

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Weymouth thug jailed for seven years for unprovoked attacks

A WEYMOUTH man was sentenced to seven years behind bars for two unprovoked attacks in the town last year. Saul Samuel Randall, 23, was sentenced at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday April 22 to seven years in prison for offenses of causing grievous bodily harm, brawling and assault by beating, …

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BCP football pitches to be improved through new initiative

FOOTBALL grounds in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have been chosen for upgrades as part of a new pilot initiative. The Premier League, the FA and the Government’s Football Foundation have announced that the BCP Council is among a number of local authorities selected under its new grass pitch pilot scheme. …

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New rules for pop-up campsites in New Forest from September

NEW rules governing pop-up campsites in the New Forest National Park are due to come into force later this year. The Lymington-based National Park Authority (NPA) is determined to limit the damage to the environment from temporary settlements that are springing up on farms and other sites. From September, 28-day …

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Frustrations for Dorset families who want to take in Ukrainian refugees

Frustrations remain high for many families in Dorset who have offered to take in Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war zone. A Dorset Council report says many are still waiting for government departments to act on visas and funding. “There has been some frustration from some members of the public about …

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NY Post and former editor Michelle Gotthelf settle discrimination case

The New York Post has settled a discrimination case brought by a former editor, who said she was sexually harassed and retaliated against by a former newspaper editor. Managing editor Michelle Gotthelf was fired from her job as the Post’s senior digital editor in January and continued that month. In …

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Chilmark becomes fifth city to back housing bank

Update Chilmark voters joined their peers in Tisbury, Oak Bluffs, Edgartown and West Tisbury by supporting a housing bank. At Monday night’s town hall, voters approved the voice voting article, after extensive debate. The question will also be on the city’s ballot on Wednesday. Three towns – Oak Bluffs, Edgartown …

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Wessex urged to use ‘diplomatic influence’ for island reparations claim

The Earl and Countess of Wessex have been urged to use their “diplomatic influence” to achieve “restorative justice” for the island of Antigua and Barbuda. The country’s Prime Minister told Edward and Sophie: ‘You will have noticed there are no protests here’, adding that they were ‘not holding signs’. It …

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Sue Gray’s Covid party review could ‘end’ Johnson’s premiership, report says

Reports suggest Boris Johnson could be forced to resign after Sue Gray’s review of Covid rule breaches in government was published. In an interim report published in January, the Cabinet Office official said there had been “failures of leadership and judgment” in No 10 over the so-called partygate saga. The …

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Ospreys to return to Poole Harbor thanks to reintroduction program

A bird of prey that hasn’t bred in southern Britain for two centuries ‘due to human persecution’ is set to return thanks to a program that started in Poole five years ago . The Poole Harbor Osprey reintroduction programme, which is run by charities Birds of Poole Harbor and The …

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What is a really good or average credit score?

What is a really good or average credit score? As to the reasons for your credit score problems Indeed, a strong credit history can translate into real rewards, like access to a wider range of products and you can qualify for loans, playing cards, and …

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Supermarkets limit purchases of cooking oil after supplies hit by war in Ukraine

UK supermarkets have imposed limits on the amount of cooking oil customers can buy due to supply chain issues caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Tesco is allowed three items per customer while Waitrose and Morrisons have set limits of just two items each, according to the BBC. In comments …

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Stunning clifftop homes in Highcliffe on the market for £2.5m+

TWO neighboring properties with stunning sea views are on the market at multi-million pound guide prices – and you won’t find them in Sandbanks. The ‘incredibly rare’ listings are for two large homes in Rothesay Drive, Highcliffe. Estate agents Savills are listing the four-bed Dalkeith property at £2.5million, while next …

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Moonfleet Manor, Dorset, hotel review: ‘Free childcare and sea views in a posh Georgian stack’ | Travel

What is the story? If you have young children, you’ve probably heard of Luxury Family Hotels in the same sentence as the miraculous words “free daycare.” The group, known for transforming grand old buildings into laid-back places to stay, has five child-friendly hotels in the south of England in family-friendly …

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Let’s take a closer look at the river on Earth Day | News columns

The science behind the positive effects of being near bodies of water probably hadn’t occurred to Jerry Hay in the early 1960s. As a child, Hay carried his schoolbooks up the cliff overlooking the Wabash River near the old Pillsbury factory in Terre Haute. He would study there. Pillsbury’s security …

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Premier League announces six new Hall of Fame inductees

Sergio Aguero, Didier Drogba, Vincent Kompany, Peter Schmeichel, Paul Scholes and Ian Wright have been inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame. Former Manchester City striker Aguero is the division’s highest-scoring foreign player with 184 goals in 275 appearances between 2011 and 2021. The 33-year-old Argentine, who retired in …

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One in eight children in Dorset live in poverty in the first year of the pandemic

One in eight children in Dorset lived in poverty in the first full year of the coronavirus pandemic, figures show. Child poverty charities are warning that the government’s response to the cost of living crisis risks reversing the decline in the number of children living below the subsistence level in …

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If an unexpected repair or emergency strikes, instant business loans can allow you to gain capital quickly. In exchange for that speed, you might be faced with high interest rates and regular payments. It’s likely that you’ll need to use alternative lenders online for immediate funding, since conventional small-business loans could …

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Excess weight nearly doubles risk of uterine cancer – study

Excess weight nearly doubles a woman’s risk of developing uterine cancer, according to a new study. The Cancer Research UK-funded study found that for five additional units of body mass index (BMI) – the equivalent of a 5ft 5in adult woman weighing two stone more – the risk increased by …

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Abandoned car blocks access to rural homes in Dorset

A CAR that had no road tax since last summer was found blocking access to homes after being abandoned by a driver. Officers from North Dorset Police located the vehicle in Winterborne Kingston overnight over Easter weekend. A police spokesman said the Vauxhall car was blocking access to a number …

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Steph Curry returns and Golden State defeats the Nuggets

Klay Thompson splashed 3 points. Draymond Green was making saves and skillfully finding open cutters. Stephen Curry drew multiple defenders every time he touched the ball. The trio that redefined basketball on their way to winning multiple championships with the Golden State Warriors reunited in the playoffs Saturday for the …

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China sent task forces to Cambodia to crack down on telecom scams

The rising trend of telecommunications fraud in recent years has been effectively curbed, but intensified crackdowns will remain with comprehensive governance and prevention, authorities said. “There are still a large number of criminal gangs in Cambodia, the Philippines, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, northern Myanmar and other countries and regions, …

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Arsenal’s top four prospects take another hit with loss to Southampton

Arsenal’s wavering quest for Champions League qualification suffered another setback after they slipped to an uninspiring 1-0 Premier League defeat at Southampton. Tottenham’s surprise home defeat to Brighton in Saturday’s midday kick-off gave the Gunners the chance to level the score with their fourth-placed north London rivals. But Mikel Arteta’s …

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Europe’s largest theme park operator Merlin Entertainments is based in Poole

When Disney isn’t buying media franchises or marketing its online streaming platforms, it’s the world’s largest operator of theme parks. Spread across six resorts around the world, its twelve attractions attracted a record 157 million visitors in 2018 – a figure that dropped only slightly to just under 156 million …

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BCP areas with the largest house price increases in 20 years

MAINSTREAM housing prices in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have risen by more than 200% since 2001, according to research by Savills. In the past two years alone, property values ​​have jumped 19.2%, according to Land Registry data. Figures show the average sale of second-hand homes in the 12 months to …

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House prices in the BCP zone stabilize after an 8.7% increase last year

HOME prices remained stable in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole in February, according to new figures. The lack of movement maintains the longer-term trend, which has seen house prices in the region reach an annual growth of 8.7%. READ MORE: Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole homes less affordable than ever The average …

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Telefraud remains serious, but declining, says China as attention shifts to Cambodia

The recent rise in telecommunications fraud has been curbed, but the intensification of the crackdown will continue in parallel with the comprehensive approach to governance and prevention, authorities said on Thursday. The number of registered fraud cases has declined for nine consecutive months since June last year. Additionally, the national …

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Need for affordable housing above flats in Ferndown

Attempts by a DEVELOPER to remove a condition requiring apartments on the site of a former police station to be occupied on an affordable housing basis have been met with opposition. Aster Communities is applying for planning permission from Dorset Council for Constable Close, Ferndown, so that three flats can …

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Woodbridge, Conn., a quiet suburb on the west end of New Haven, is a place where privacy comes easily. Most residential lots in the city are at least an acre and a half, and multi-family housing is almost non-existent. More than a quarter of the city’s area is protected open …

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Maryland General Assembly final hours of 2022 session count to midnight – Baltimore Sun

Maryland’s General Assembly proposed legislation to help better prepare the state for cyberattacks late Monday night as it approaches the midnight adjournment of its 90-day annual session. Lawmakers also passed bills increasing the minimum age of marriage, banning many uses of chemicals known as PFAS, and protecting witnesses and victims …

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Education committee head calls for probe into NUS over allegations of anti-Semitism

A prominent Tory MP has referred the National Union of Students to the Charity Commission for alleged anti-Semitism. Robert Halfon, chairman of the Commons Education Select Committee, wrote to the commission to express his “dismay” at the behavior of the NUS “in relation to their treatment of Jewish students and …

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Lifeguards return to Weymouth Beach for the Easter holidays

Lifeguards will be patrolling Weymouth beach during the Easter holidays. RNLI lifeguards began their patrols this weekend on major south west beaches, including Weymouth, where they will patrol from 10am to 6pm. Patrols on other beaches will return for the summer on Saturday April 30. Over the past two weeks …

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Whitehall probe ordered into chancellor’s wife tax status leak

An investigation into the Whitehall leaks has been launched to try to find out who leaked details of the tax status of Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s wife to the media. Akshata Murty dramatically announced on Friday that she would pay UK tax on her worldwide earnings after the revelation that she …

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The RAF Falcons parachute display team wows people at Weymouth beach

The RAF put on a spectacular display when their parachute team landed on Weymouth beach before spending time showing the public their parachute equipment. The RAF Falcons parachute display team, which reach speeds of up to 120mph, were spotted flying over the city on Friday before hitting the beach as …

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Vancouver TED Conference contract unveiled

As the big-ticket talkathon returns to town, details emerge from the original deal between PavCo and the TED organization. The exclusive and expensive conference for innovators and celebrities is back at the Vancouver Convention Center, after two years of pandemic cancellations. TED, which stands for technology, entertainment and design, returns …

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Guaranteed Rate Companies Acquire Lawyers Credential Guarantee Fund Inc.

April 8, 2022 10:08 a.m. ET POWERED BY LAW.COM Legal Newswire Guaranteed Rate Companies, a leader in mortgage lending and digital financial services, today announces that it has completed its acquisition of Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund Inc. (ATG), a Chicagotitle insurance underwriter. “Adding the ATG team to the Guaranteed Rate …

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Lancaster County Public Sales: April 8, 2022 | Local company

Kline, Kreider & Good Auctioneers, of Bowmanstown, held a public real estate sale March 15 for Janet M. Sweigart at 1571 Dry Tavern Road, Denver. A two-bedroom rancher with a garage on 0.75 acres sold for $205,000 to Daniel Shirk of Denver. Kline, Kreider & Good Auctioneers, of Bowmanstown, held …

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Jet2 hails surge in bookings as it faces £383m loss

Holiday giant Jet2 said the easing of UK travel restrictions led to a significant increase in bookings in February and March, although the company still expects a bumper loss for the past year. The company said bookings for the period were approaching “seasonal norms as customer confidence in international travel …

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Truck stuck in Netherbury | Echo of Dorset

LOCALS told how a huge truck got stuck in their village overnight after the driver took a wrong turn and his vehicle got stuck in narrow lanes. The truck was so big and in such a tight spot that it took several hours to move it. The driver was first …

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World Class Leisure Plans for Cabinet Support | South West Economic News

Plans to transform miles of coastline and harbor scenery in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole into a world-class seaside leisure destination could take a major step forward next week. A new venture – dubbed BCP Seafront Strategy – has been developed to set out a “unified vision, ambition and priorities” for …

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Royal Bournemouth Hospital announces ‘biggest change’ in acute medicine

Same-day emergency care and the acute medical unit are now co-located at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital and a new patient journey is in place in the “biggest change in acute medicine for a decade”. The pathway, introduced in a bid to reduce hospital admissions, requires patients to be “same day …

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Pilot Middle School honor roll students named

April 04, 2022 “Technology is best when it brings people together!” – Matt Mullenweg Technology is beautiful, fascinating and sometimes even frightening. Every year we see progress that cements all humans as lifelong learners. Things will continue to change and we will continue to learn and grow with them. That’s …

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British father and nine-year-old son killed in landslide while on holiday in Australia

A British father and son have died after five members of the same family were caught in a landslide while on vacation in Australia. The nine-year-old boy and his 49-year-old father died at the scene at Wentworth Pass in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, New South Wales Police said. …

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Dorset Police arrest two after Bournemouth town center assaults injured Hampshire man

Dorset Police are investigating two assaults believed to have taken place in Bournemouth town centre. Officers arrested two men. The alleged attacks took place between 4:15 a.m. and 4:45 a.m. on Sunday, April 3. The first happened outside shops on Exeter Road while the second took place outside Mulligans on …

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Lush pledges to invest in UK stores after profit returns

High street retailer Lush has bought out its US partner to nearly double the size of its sales and has pledged to invest in rebuilding its UK operations which have been hit hard during the pandemic. The Poole-based retailer, best known for its heavily scented bath soaps and handmade cosmetics, …

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Hungarians go to the polls in the shadow of war in Ukraine

Polls opened across Hungary early on Sunday as voters faced a choice: try their luck with a diverse coalition of Western-looking opposition parties or grant nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban a renewed term with a fourth consecutive term. The contest is expected to be the tightest since Mr Orban came …

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Sign installed to stop 30 year parking headaches in Weymouth Street

MOVES was ultimately made to solve a 30-year-old problem of buses getting stuck by careless parking. As previously reported, buses are not always able to get down Seven Acres Road in Preston, Weymouth due to cars parked on both sides blocking access, residents say. A public meeting was held in …

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Guaranteed rate companies top the Scotsman Guide rankings for the tenth consecutive year

Streak marks a decade as lender with most producers CHICAGO, April 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Guaranteed rate companiesa leader in mortgages and digital financial services, is proud to announce that, for the tenth consecutive year, it has more top originators than any other company on the Scotsman Guide’s prestigious annual …

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Fundraisers set up to help finance the funeral of Dj Tom Roberts

Fundraisers have been set up to help pay for the funeral costs of famed Bournemouth DJ Tom Roberts. The 21-year-old suffered fatal injuries outside the Tube on Old Christchurch Road on the morning of Saturday March 12. Tom, who performed drum and bass DJ sets under the name “Nomad”, has …

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Covid support downgraded as Dorset faces second wave of Omicron

LEVELS of support to deal with Covid will be downgraded locally, as elsewhere, from today. Dorset Public Health Director Sam Crowe said the change of course comes as the region is in the midst of a second coronavirus spike, caused by a variant of Omicron known as BA2. He describes …

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Wales’ National StartUp Awards first finalists revealed

Wales’ most exciting new businesses have been shortlisted under a brand new awards scheme. the National StartUp Awards Series was launched to recognize the burgeoning startup scene across the UK, which has accelerated since the start of the pandemic. In 2020, as most of the world shut down, over 400,000 …

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Fury on millionaire row as council SEIZES crazy golf course loved by Harry and Jamie Redknapp for ‘safety concerns’

A right of way has erupted in one of Britain’s swankiest postcodes after council seized and then closed a crazy golf course. Sandbanks Crazy Golf in Poole – a favorite of local residents of footy heroes Harry and Jamie Redknapp – has been closed for safety reasons. 7 The Sandbanks …

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Millionaire Sandbanks playground in uproar as council takes control of beloved crazy golf course

A row broke out at the millionaire’s playground in Sandbanks after the local authority took control of the crazy golf course – then closed it for safety reasons ahead of the Easter holidays. Outgoing operator Tony Unsworth built the Sandbanks Crazy Golf in 2003 and it has since become one …

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Trusted Traders | Echo of Bournemouth

Choosing a trader you can trust can be a daunting task. Below, we shine the spotlight on the excellence of a trio of merchants who have earned a reputation for providing proven quality customer service. It is always important to choose a licensed roofer. The family owned company Right Roof …

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The A31 Dorset-Surrey road among the most disrupted roads in the UK

A study of road closures over a four-week period has revealed the most disrupted roads per mile, with a Dorset route making the list. The A282, better known as Dartford Crossing, suffers by far the most road closures per mile. With 56 total closures on the road spanning just two …

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Fertilizer price records continue as White House economist sees U.S. planting surge • Farm Policy News

Bloomberg writer Elizabeth Elkin reported yesterday that “Fertilizer prices continue to climb to record highs as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine puts a massive part of the global fertilizer supply under threatadding to concerns about soaring global food inflation. “Fertilizer Prices Rise 43% to New Record High as Supplies Tighten,” by …

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The Agenda: Local Government Notes for 3/28/22

The casino and resort offered by Urban One just off Interstate 95. (BizSense File) Tax Items Related to Casinos, Richmond 300 Amendments on City Council Agenda Richmond City Council meets Monday beginning with a budget workshop at 1 p.m. and an informal session at 4 p.m. Business at the regular …

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Online Lending Market Analysis by Major Key Players 2022-2030

New Jersey, United States,-The Online Loans Market reports study a variety of parameters such as raw materials, cost, technology, and consumer preferences. It also provides important market identification information such as history, various expansions and trends, trade overview, regional markets, trade and market competitors. , and price analysis, as well …

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Mark Wood talks litter on Mother’s Day – Sunday 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 March 27. Mothers’ Day Happy Mother’s Day ♥️ pic.twitter.com/6bjuZ3HTQk — Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) March 27, 2022 Happy …

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Flimwell: the picturesque village in East Sussex which houses a refuge of the Russian Embassy

Nestled in the heart of the High Weald is a village that is home to a hideout of the Russian Embassy. Flimwell is located on the A21 in one of the most remote parts of Sussex. With Bewl Water and Bedgebury Pinetum a stone’s throw away, the village is surrounded …

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“An increase in pension contributions is necessary”

It’s been almost 10 years since auto-enrollment was launched and in that time an additional 10.6m workers have signed up for a workplace pension scheme, saving an additional £28.5bn sterling per year. Despite this huge success, there remains the question of whether the average self-membership member is saving enough for …

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Thailand, a sailing racing destination

by Paul Pool It all started in 1986 when a select group of the elite of the Royal Varuna Yacht Club (RVYC) got together and decided to launch a regatta in Phuket in 1987 – as a special tribute to the 60th birthday of the King of Thailand from the …

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Your personal data is at risk!

PETALING JAYA: The illegal money lenders or Ah Long have upped their game with the use of mobile apps that allow them to steal data from borrowers’ cell phones. Information such as photos as well as personal videos and contact lists will be used to intimidate victims into continuing to …

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Humza Yousaf: Ukrainian refugees will have immediate access to health care

Ukrainians fleeing war in their home country will be able to access health care and certain benefits upon arrival in Scotland. Health Secretary Humza Yousaf said the move was part of efforts to ensure those fleeing the Russian invasion received “the warmest possible welcome”. An amendment to current legislation means …

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Charity rally to support Dorset School’s aid mission to Ukraine

Pupils at Bryanston School raised a staggering £55,100 for two charities and for a special humanitarian mission for Ukraine which also benefited from the direct involvement of the wider Blandford community. The annual charity weekend was organized by the school’s head girl, Esme Thomas, and head boy, Spencer Davies, in …

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SoFi Stock Forecast 2022: SoFi is down 48% in the past year. A buying opportunity?

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PHOTOS: Heather fire on Parley Common

PHOTOS show the extent of the heathland fire which quickly engulfed much of Parley Common earlier today (Wednesday). Fire crews descended on the common area behind Barns Road Centre, Ferndown, just before midday to tackle the blaze, which was put out using two main lines and three hose reel jets. …

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