Fulham and Bournemouth ‘in battle to sign Pawel Dawidowicz’

Fulham and Bournemouth are said to be ready to fight in an attempt to sign Hellas Verona defender Pawel Dawidowicz. Fulham and Bournemouth would both be interested in signing Hellas Verona defender Pawel Dawidowicz. After earning promotion from the Championship last season, the Cottagers and Cherries were delighted with their …

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More grass fires are breaking out in scorching conditions as firefighters warn people not to take risks | UK News

Other grass fires have broken out in scorching conditions – with firefighters warning that people continue to barbecue in parks and throw cigarettes out of car windows. Ten fire engines and around 70 firefighters were called to a blaze in Enfield, north London, on Saturday afternoon. An area measuring around …

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70 legal notices issued for the BCP beach campsite since June

ENFORCEMENT action against beach campers is heating up along the BCP coast with 70 legal notices issued since June. In anticipation of a busy weekend, the BCP board reminded beachgoers that overnight camping on beaches will not be tolerated and could result in prosecution. An ‘early wake up call’ could …

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Storm warning: The Met Office issues an alert for the BCP

THUNDERSTORMS could end the heatwave next week, the Met Office said, with heavy rain, hail and ‘frequent lightning’ possible. A yellow weather warning for thunderstorms has been issued for Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and the rest of Dorset. It will be in place between 6 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. on Monday, …

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Council watering Verwood field is ‘ridiculous’ amid drought

DORSET Council has been lambasted for its ‘terribly poor judgement’ after a field in Verwood was sprayed with a sprinkler. As calls for a garden hose ban grow louder amid the increasingly long spell of dry and hot weather, a small patch of grass in Potterne Park, near Verwood Road, …

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Bournemouth Air Festival stunt involving plane and Sunseeker

A NEW air and sea stunt has been revealed ahead of this year’s Bournemouth Air Festival. Sunseeker’s high-performance day boat, the Hawk 38, will be pitted against the G-JPIT aerobatic plane, in the new Sea and Sky Sprint at the huge tourist attraction, which returns in September. The G-JPIT is …

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Motorbikes stolen in Christchurch dealership robbery

Burglars stole two motorbikes from a Christchurch dealership in the middle of the night. Dorset Police have launched an investigation into the Motorbiking burglary in Barrack Road. Officers located the stolen motorcycles nearby during searches on the morning of Tuesday August 9. Residents reported seeing armed police in the Somerford …

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10 people most wanted by Dorset Police

Dorset Police are looking for 10 men and women wanted for failing to appear in court and being recalled to jail. The force has released a list of the most wanted people currently and appealed for help in locating them. Michal Baransky Michal Baransky Michal Baranski was due to appear …

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1st Battle of the Bands a success

Poole & Buckin’ Krazy of Fayette County. “/> Crowds were large and the rain held off as Fayette, Clinton and Highland counties joined forces to host the first Battle of the Tri-County Bands Friday night on Sugartree Street in downtown Wilmington. The venue for the free event will rotate between …

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Vauxhall Zafira ends up sideways in Trinidad Crescent

A MAN has been arrested after a car rammed two parked vehicles in Poole on Sunday evening August 7. Police were called to the crash at Trinidad Crescent in the Rossmore area shortly before 10.20pm and found a Vauxhall Zafira on the side of the road. A 28-year-old man was …

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Putting Down Roots: Bringing the Well-Being of the Forest into Our Homes

Spending time among the trees is an essential way to achieve this. From pumping oxygen to creating jobs, forests are essential for good health, improve our well-being and are a vital source of livelihoods around the world. “Forest bathing,” as the Japanese call it, reduces cortisol, the stress hormone, leaving …

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Weymouth residents worry about ‘uncertain future’ over home repairs

Elderly residents are unsure of their future after being driven from their homes for the past five months. Pensioners living in Holly Court on Dorchester Road were forced from their homes after Storm Eunice caused major roof damage in February. Residents have been moved across Dorset with one lady, Cynthia …

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Tottenham 4-1 Southampton: Antonio Conte’s side went wild in their opener

If Antonio Conte was seriously hoping to limit expectations on this North London side, that was the wrong way to start. With goals pouring in and Conte players in a hungry, menacing mood, punishing Southampton’s frailties and clinically seizing their good fortune, Spurs have started this season as they finished …

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Dorset Police respond to 450 calls in 12 hours

Dorset Police call handlers handled 450 incidents over a 12-hour period: including reports of scratching, abuse of seven-year-olds and loose sheep. The incidents were revealed as part of a live Tweetathon hosted by Dorset Police to provide live, real-time updates of calls handled. During the 12 hours (from 3 p.m. …

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Hoteliers demand change to BCP Council’s summer tourism plan

SEAFRONT hoteliers have implored the council to take action to prevent an “irreversible” decline in the region’s tourism trade with a new and clear strategy. The travel chaos, demand for facilities and overwhelmed infrastructure seen along the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole seafronts during July’s temperature spikes have been described as …

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House prices in Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole: average house prices rise by £5,000

House prices in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole rose by more than £5,000 on average in May, according to figures from the Land Registry. The latest data from the Government Department reveals that in May 2022 average house prices in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole reached £336,648. This figure was up from …

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Limerick scam victim warned after losing €10,000

A COUNTY Limerick woman has told how she was scammed out of nearly £10,000 in savings as perpetrators used a number of schemes to bleed her dry. She details the sneaky, underhanded, underhanded methods they used to steal her hard-earned savings. The woman does not wish to be named but …

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£7.7m project will see Poole Museum go ‘on the road’

The museum will close at the end of October 2022 with construction work in 2023 and a planned reopening in 2024. During the closure, the museum will be hitting the road, bringing Poole’s unique stories and heritage to the local community through an outreach and events programme, with the opportunity …

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Justin Bieber among celebrities shocked by Brittney Griner’s imprisonment in Russia

Justin Bieber is among the famous faces who have expressed shock and dismay at the jailing of American basketball player Brittney Griner in Russia. The pop megastar took to social media to offer his help in bringing the athlete home after being sentenced to nine years in prison for smuggling …

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Jordan Ngalo joins Dorchester Town for the 2022/23 season

DORCHESTER Town have arguably completed their summer signing with the capture of midfielder Jordan Ngalo on a one-year deal, subject to FA approval. Ngalo has National League experience at Aldershot Town and Weymouth and has also played with AFC Totton and Blackfield & Langley. Playing as a trialist in the …

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CHECK ISLE OF WIGHT BEACHES FOR CROWDS BEFORE YOU GO – NEW APP REVEALED – Island Echo

The Isle of Wight has signed up for a smartphone app providing beachgoers with useful local information, including real-time updates on the busiest areas. Since this week, the Free Beach Check UK will show real-time information for Ryde, Sandown, Shanklin and Ventnor, with plans to extend coverage to other beaches …

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Karimnagar CP advises people to be mindful of online loan applications

Posted: Posted Date – 8:17 PM, Wed – 3 Aug 22 Police Commissioner V Satyanarayana addressing participants during the inauguration of the cricket tournaments at the Commissioner’s office in Karimnagar on Wednesday. Karimnagar: Police Commissioner V Satyanarayana advised people to be wary of online loan applications as organizers mislead the …

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Column: A $50 million condo in LA’s tent country

While we thought the real estate market had cooled, we have proof that in fantasyland, there is no ceiling. My colleagues Roger Vincent and Andrea Chang have reported in recent days that even the humble condominium, which was once a kind of starter house on training wheels, costs astronomical sums. …

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Rebekah Vardy ‘suffers from PTSD’ following Wagatha Christie trial

Vardy said the lawsuit against Coleen Rooney has landed her in the hospital twice since the episode began. The wife of Leicester striker Jamie Vardy has said she felt like her life was “falling apart” and she was “physically, emotionally and mentally drained”. Vardy lost ‘Wagatha Christie’ libel battle Last …

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Liz Truss rally at Athelhampton House Dorchester

Liz Truss led her campaign to become Prime Minister in Dorset. She met supporters and members of the South Dorset Conservatives at a leadership rally at Athelhampton House, near Dorchester. The whirlwind visit came during Ms Truss’ UK tour of Tory hearts to drum up support in the Tory leadership …

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Battle stations: ready-to-roll tapes

Filo Beddoe will represent Highland County this Friday at the Battle of the Bands in Wilmington. Courtesy picture The three bands will compete for the inaugural Tri-County Battle of the Bands trophy. Courtesy picture WILMINGTON – Downtown Wilmington is poised to rock yet again. Clinton, Fayette and Highland counties joined …

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Three Ways to Finance Growth in a Recession

In times of recession, cash is king. To be clear, I don’t know if the United States is heading into recession. However, the signs seem to point in that direction. In these uncertain times, you may be wondering what to do, money-wise. For starters, stop using cash flow to fund …

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Callum Baker-Osborne’s family present check for £4.7,000 to RNLI

MORE than 50 relatives and friends of Callum Baker-Osborne have presented a check to the RNLI team in Poole as a thank you for their efforts in trying to find him. The family of the 18-year-old, who drowned at Rockley Point in July last year while rescuing his niece Aurora, …

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Government intervention on the withdrawal of Archie Battersbee’s treatment

The government intervened at the last minute in the case of a 12-year-old boy in a coma who was due to have his life-saving treatment withdrawn, according to a letter seen by the PA news agency. Archie Battersbee is due to have his treatment at the Royal London Hospital in …

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Overturned car crash wakes residents of Boscombe Road

RESIDENTS were woken up early in Bournemouth by a ‘grinding accident’ caused by a car overturning on the road outside their home. Michael Boulton, who lives in Woodland Avenue, Boscombe, said as he got up and looked outside he saw a car upside down in the middle of the narrow …

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Massachusetts Slang: Here’s How to Speak Like a “Masshole” – Also Known as a Massachusetts Native

What can a newly settled Massachusetts resident do, but stare in confusion as his friend tells a story of driving to the packie, but gets into trouble and gets pulled over by a statie while trying to hit a U-ey after Missed a rotator turn? Imagine if the situation happened …

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Sex offenses continue to rise as figures show an overall rise in crime in Hampshire and Dorset

Sex offenses continued to rise in Hampshire and Dorset, with the latest official figures showing an increase in crime in both counties. Office for National Statistics (ONS) data for the year ending March 2022 revealed Hampshire’s total recorded crime rate was up 24% on the previous 12 months, while Dorset’s …

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PHOTOS: 60 bales destroyed in cornfield fire in Throop

AROUND five hectares of farmland and 60 bales of hay have been destroyed following a large fire in Throop. Dozens of firefighters from various stations rushed to a cornfield just off Holdenhurst Village Road shortly after 3.45pm on Thursday July 28 after reporting that much of the field was ‘well …

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Ecobank reports 7.6% growth in profit in the first half of 2022

Ecobank Ghana recorded 7.6% profit growth in the first half of 2022 despite economic uncertainties in the country. According to its Q2 2022 financial statements, Ghana’s largest bank saw its profit rise to 344.9 million yen in June 2022 from 320.4 million yen in June 2021. This is driven by …

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Covid: number of people hospitalized in Dorset

MORE than 130 people are currently in Dorset hospitals with Covid, the local public health authority has said. Public Health Dorset said a total of 131 patients were in hospitals with Covid in its latest update on Monday July 25. A spokesperson for Public Health Dorset said: “There are currently …

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Is another heatwave on its way to Bournemouth this weekend?

CLAIMS that another heat wave could occur this weekend are “absurd”, said a Bournemouth-based weather enthusiast. National media reports have suggested a heat wave could be on the cards with temperatures reaching 30C. It comes after parts of the UK recorded 40C for the first time earlier this month. Bournemouth …

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Poole Port used as alternative as Dover struggles with queues

VACATIONERS are ditching the chaos of Dover this summer in favor of Poole Harbour. Queues of up to four hours were reported in the Port of Dover over the weekend as border patrol problems eliminated any chance of a speedy crossing of the Channel. Poole Port bucked the trend and …

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Don’t even try! It’s a terrible risk if you’re desperate not to repay your debts

Fintech Peer to Peer (P2P) loans, also known as online loans (Pinjol), are a shortcut for those who need money fast. Despite all the conveniences given, be aware that there is a risk of non-payment. Also, the loans have higher interest rates and shorter installments compared to conventional loans. For …

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Bournemouth want to sign Sepp Van Den Berg on loan

The 20-year-old Dutchman has spent the last 18 months with Preston North End in the Championship, having joined as part of the deal that brought Ben Davies to Anfield. The defender made 50 appearances for North End last season and was used in a number of positions including right-back and …

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Bournemouth Airport: where can I fly this autumn and winter?

The heat wave may have brought temperatures into the 30s to our shores last week, but many of us like to get away later in the year to soak up the winter sun or explore a new destination. If you’re looking to book a getaway, here are the places you …

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Storm warning issued for BCP today

A THUNDERSTORM could bring ‘lightning and hail’ to Dorset today, the Met Office has warned. The yellow alert, which includes Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, will be in effect between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. on Friday July 22. The Met Office says a few places could see heavy showers and …

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The number of planned Decatur subdivisions continues to grow

July 22—Despite a recent wave of residential development that includes 21 new subdivisions with space for more than 1,515 homes, local officials don’t expect Decatur’s wave of residential construction to cool off any time soon . Planner Lee Terry said the planning department’s tally of new housing estates and homes …

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No barbecues or campfires allowed on Dorset moorland

As fires have destroyed homes across the country this week and temperatures are expected to rise further this weekend, the Urban Heaths Partnership (UHP), Litter Free Dorset (LFD) and Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service (DWFRS) work together to raise awareness of the risk of forest fires on heathland …

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New guaranteed rate PowerBid approval helps buyers compete head-to-head with all-cash offers

Historically low inventories combined with an influx of aggressive cash buyers continue to disrupt the housing market. Amid these disruptions, more and more borrowers are looking to improve their chances of submitting a winning bid on their dream home. The Guaranteed Rate is committed to helping achieve this, and our …

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The Dallas Asian Film Festival is back with a bang

After a two-year hiatus, the Dallas Asian Film Festival is back. Beginning this Thursday, July 21 at the Texas Theater, the 21st edition of the festival offers a line-up of 16 Asian-made feature films, as well as 11 short films. Thomas Schubert will be executive director this year and Paul …

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17-year-old boy arrested after several sheep died

A 17-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the murder of 14 sheep and lambs in North Dorset. The boy, from Verwood, was arrested, questioned and released under investigation by Dorset Rural Police. The shocking incident happened on Sunday July 17 when a vehicle drove into a field of …

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July 20, 2022 – View of Dorset

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Digital finance market – Major tech giants are in vogue again – This is Ardee

Marketreports.info analysts forecast the latest report on “Global Digital Finance (Covid-19) Market Impact and Analysis by 2030,” according to Digital Finance Report; The Digital Finance Market report covers the overall and all-inclusive analysis of the Digital Finance Market with all its factors that have an impact on market growth. This …

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Dr. Zak talks about a woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy

AS the debate rages on in the US and indeed around the world, perhaps we can take comfort that in Britain a woman’s right to terminate an unwanted pregnancy still exists. Since the 1967 law on abortion, an interruption can be performed in all cases for up to 24 weeks. …

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Researchers discover a dormant black hole outside our galaxy

Researchers have discovered a dormant black hole outside the Milky Way. The stellar-mass black hole was observed in a nearby galaxy by a team of international scientists. The newly discovered black hole is at least nine times the mass of the sun and orbits a hot blue star weighing 25 …

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Poole’s Historic Proposals Rejected | South West real estate news

A mixed-use project in Poole comprising a hotel, apartments and restaurant has been refused permission after facing more than 6,000 objections. Members of the committee had welcomed some of the proposals, but concerns about flooding risks were a major factor in their rejection. The request is for a trio of …

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The investigation into the fatal Burley house fire is ongoing

A DEVASTATING house fire that killed an occupant in the New Forest has been described as ‘tragic’ by shocked residents as investigations continue. Emergency services were called to the deadly Burley fire in the early hours of Saturday morning July 16. The fire started around 3.30am at a property in …

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China issues more rules for online lending to control risk

What’s new: China’s top banking regulator has issued more rules governing online lending by commercial banks and internet platforms as authorities step up efforts to control financial risks in the sector. The additional rules further clarify requirements for loan management and independent risk monitoring expected of lenders, according to a …

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Health Secretary: Additional measures in place for ambulances in extreme heat

The new health secretary has said extra measures are being put in place for ambulance services as an extreme heat warning comes into effect. Steve Barclay said additional emergency support, such as more call handlers and overtime, is being rolled out Monday and Tuesday. Meteorologists have given an 80 per …

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Sydney billionaires buy islands

South Molle, also owned by a Chinese investment group, is also inactive, too expensive to restore after Hurricane Debbie in 2017. Gina Rinehart had looked at the long-rotten Great Keppel off Rockhampton – which once marketed itself as “a great place to get wrecked”, with photos of scantily-clad beauties on …

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UK Covid-19 infections jump nearly 800,000 in a week

Covid-19 infections in the UK have jumped by nearly 800,000 in a week, with parts of the country approaching record levels seen in the spring. The number of hospitals also continues to increase, driven by the spread of the latest Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 coronavirus subvariants. A total of 3.5million …

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The global shift to digital finance

Did you know there is a global movement towards digital finance? In fact, it’s been going on for years. International regions are shifting from cash and coins to digital payments. There are so many reasons why this happens, but one of the biggest is convenience. With the vast majority of …

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July 15, 2022 – View of Dorset

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For All Mankind reminds us that small changes can have big consequences

Breadcrumb Links Television Movies Culture A Soviet rocket scientist survives an operation in 1966, and in 1992 a woman is set to become President of the United States 1992 fashion won’t be rushed: Wrenn Schmidt as Margo Madison in For All Mankind. Picture by AppleTV+ Reviews and recommendations are unbiased …

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End of BTECs could increase NHS vacancies, health officials warn

The government has been warned by health officials that scrapping BTEC vocational qualifications could reduce the number of nurses. Danny Mortimer, Deputy Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, has written to new Education Secretary James Cleverly warning the NHS ‘cannot afford’ to lose potential nurses due to a lack of …

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MPs launch campaign to protect Dorset Knobs

A GROUP of MPs are calling for Dorset’s famous ‘button’ to be given protected status. Protected status emphasizes the relationship between a geographic region and a particular product: seeking to preserve the quality and reputation of the product and preventing the sale of inferior imitations. The cracker is produced by …

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Tri-County Battle of the Bands scheduled for August 5

Fayette, Clinton and Highland counties joined forces to host the first Tri-County Battle of the Bands on Friday, August 5 at 7 p.m. in downtown Wilmington on Sugartree Street. The venue will rotate annually between the three counties. The executive directors of each local tourism bureau worked together to ensure …

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Michael Ball and Alfie Boe cancel show after star catches covid

Michael Ball and Alfie Boe’s picnic show in New Milton has been cancelled, after half of the singing duo tested positive for covid. The duo were due to perform at the Chewton Glen Hotel in Christchurch Road on Tuesday July 12. A spokesperson for the concert said: Unfortunately, due to …

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Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Mozart To Pop Chart

The one and only Nat Zegree (Jerry Lee Lewis in Million Dollar Quartet) returns to The Rock to take our audience on an all-new musical journey through the history and triumphs of music, from Mozart to current hits. Joining Nat on stage will be some of the region’s brightest rock …

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Businesses urged to provide safe spaces for young women and girls in Weymouth

Businesses in Weymouth town center are being encouraged to join a pilot scheme offering young women and girls a safe space if they feel unsafe or threatened outside the family home. The Pineapple Project, run by Dorset Council, with Dorset Police, Weymouth College and the Targeted Sexual Health Service (part …

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Just Cremation customers urged to file complaints after boss Stuart Price dies

PEOPLE who have spent thousands of pounds on prepaid funerals have been told the businessman who took their payments has died and their money is not safe. An accountant in charge of the funeral director’s affairs said the man ‘would be handcuffed if he was still alive’ and his estate …

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Photos of Canford Heath and how it has evolved over the years

Canford Heath is now home to thousands of residents and a thriving community. But in the early 1950s, the area it covered was just moorland. Poole Council purchased some of the land in 1954 and sold it to developers on the condition that the housing lots had restricted prices for …

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Camilla says there’s ‘always something exciting around the corner’

The Duchess of Cornwall has spoken of the “exciting new perspectives” to come as her role grows in importance – but admitted to being nervous on big occasions. Camilla’s candid comments are revealed in an ITV documentary describing her Country Life guest writing, and she says there were ‘lots of …

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Portland United 1-2 Weymouth: Terras beat Blues in friendly

WEYMOUTH 2 Trialist (#7) 2, Bearwish 4 WEYMOUTH dominated Portland United in their first pre-season friendly but could only win 2-1 against opponents ranked three divisions below them. After a summer of uncertainty over player signings, Weymouth immediately reassured their fans of the hard work that was going on behind …

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House prices in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: average house prices rise by £2,000

House prices in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole rose by an average of more than £2,000 in the month of April, according to figures from the Land Registry. The latest data from the Government Department reveals that in April 2022 average house prices in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole reached £328,837. This …

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South African drummer Lizelle Lee announces her international retirement

South African batsman Lizelle Lee has announced her international retirement three days before the start of the Proteas’ one-day series against England. The 30-year-old finishes with 184 appearances to her name in all formats and is her country’s all-time leading scorer in Twenty20, amassing 1,896 runs in 82 matches. Only …

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Which banks have raised mortgage rates

Last updated: 2:45 p.m. July 8 The Reserve Bank announced another official increase in the cash rate, this time by 0.50 basis points to 1.35%. This is the third increase of the year, and many economists believe we will continue to see further rate hikes through 2022. In fact, Westpac …

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Cameron Murray and Luke Nippard confirmed at Weymouth for 2022/23

WEYMOUTH has confirmed the signings of Cameron Murray and Luke Nippard, subject to FA and league approval. Yesterday, Echosport reported that Murray has committed to a one-year contract, ensuring the midfielder enters the fourth full season of his career at Weymouth. Murray joined rivals Dorchester Town in January 2019 and …

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With skyrocketing used car prices, is it time to sell?

With Australia experiencing a severe car shortage and fuel prices soaring, you might look at that car in the driveway and wonder if it’s worth it. Used cars in Australia hit record prices, with Moody Analytics data showing used cars selling 65% more in 2022 than before the COVID-19 pandemic: …

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“Ultra” energy-efficient homes where the sun can charge cars

Kerry houses Wyro Green Homes says it believes it is the first in the UK to sell freehold net zero carbon homes at ‘affordable’ prices. The development’s first eight ultra-low-energy, zero-carbon freehold homes to come on the market have now been sold. Judith Jones, Sales Director of Wyro Green Homes, …

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Poole MP on cabinet resignations Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid

POOLE MP Sir Robert Syms said it would be “very difficult” for Boris Johnson to survive as Prime Minister after the Chancellor and Health Secretary resigned. Shortly after Mr Johnson issued a statement apologizing for appointing Chris Pincher as Deputy Chief Whip, Rishi Sunak and Sajid Javid announced their decision …

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55+ Community Villas in Virginia Come with Many Amenities

Placeholder while loading article actions Townhouse-style “villas” are for sale at Cascades in Embrey Mill, a new 55+ retirement community with access to a wide variety of existing and planned amenities in Stafford County, Virginia. Miller & Smith is building 78 two- and three-level seniors’ villas in Cascades, 15 of …

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July 5, 2022 – View of Dorset

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Protection of personal data – ANTARA News

Whether we are aware of it or not, our daily activities in cyberspace involve the exchange of a lot of data, including personal information. These days, starting the morning by checking the phone, whether for new messages or the latest social media updates, has become commonplace. Take WhatsApp, for example. …

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Property sales demonstrate the value of forests in the ‘new normal’

The love of nature grew during the Covid closures. But is this appreciation here to stay in today’s “new normal”? Specifically, does it determine what we are willing to pay for our homes? Property expert Leaders Romans Group (LRG) has carried out substantial research to determine whether the value of …

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Tire issues and crash damage among vehicles stopped by police

OFFICERS from the Dorset Police Traffic Unit faced a busy weekend after encountering several vehicles with faults and drivers with documentation issues. Two vehicles came to the attention of the team on Saturday, July 2 in the eastern county for apparently being driven without insurance. One driver reinsured himself to …

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Hundreds take part in the 34th Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride

HUNDREDS of people saddled up for the 34th Dorset Bike Ride in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Around 325 people took part in the charity run over the four distances. The longer routes took cyclists through the Dorset countryside past villagers such as Cheselbourne, Puddletown, Bere Regis and Milborne St …

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Timeline: Office of the Mayor of Vancouver, Intelligence Agency of China and Canada

Bob Mackin In late May, Canadian Security Intelligence Service agents met with Mayor Kennedy Stewart and warned him that the government of the People’s Republic of China could interfere directly or indirectly with the 2022 municipal elections. How did we come here? 2010 June 22 Former CSIS Director Richard Fadden …

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British Airways ‘welcomes new measures’ for more flight cancellations at Heathrow

British Airways has responded to reports that its services at Heathrow are set to bear the brunt of further cancellations by saying it “welcomes these further steps”. An airline spokesperson told the PA news agency that the cancellations, triggered by an amnesty on take-off and landing slots, “will help us …

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Tony Lowe returns for summer swing concert series

A Weymouth-born singer known for his velvety voice is returning to Dorset for a series of swing gigs this summer. Back by popular demand, Tony Lowe has just co-directed with his wife and appeared in The Pirates of Penzance in Brussels. Tony looks forward to entertaining the large fanbase he …

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Wheat and maize prices have cooled – easing global food cost concerns • Farm Policy News

Yusuf Khan and Will Horner reported in today’s Wall Street Journal that “Good agricultural weather and the rush of Russian grain ships across the Black Sea dampened global wheat pricesa welcome sign for vulnerable countries struggling with soaring food prices. “The good mix of sun and rain in the United …

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Two men arrested for fatal stabbings in West London

Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of a 31-year-old man who was stabbed in west London. Scotland Yard said the men, aged 32 and 23, both from Ealing, west London, were arrested on Tuesday night by detectives investigating the murder of Karamjeet Singh Reel. Both men …

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Dorset Heart Clinic declared ‘good’

Dorset residents with heart disease can rest assured that they will receive the very best care. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) gave Dorset Heart Clinic an overall rating of “good” in its first independent healthcare provider report since its founding in 2017. The clinic provides private cardiology services to people …

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Port Canaveral finances are holding up well as new Disney ship joins the party – Orlando Sentinel

As Disney Cruise Line gears up with its first new ship departing from Port Canaveral in more than a decade, the port is already over budget eight months into the fiscal year. Disney Wish is set to have its port baptism on Wednesday and begin sailing with customers on July …

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AGONY ADVICE: Answers to your relationship dilemmas

Skilled columnist and advisor Fiona Caine answers another set of reader dilemmas. I am very much in love with the man I live with and he is with me. The problem is his ex-wife. She calls at least every other day with some problem or another, and spends years agonizing …

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Online Lending Market Outlook 2022 and Growth by Top Key Players – Upstart, Funding Circle, Prosper, CircleBack Lending – Designer Women

Online loan market A study by “Verified Market Reports” provides details on market dynamics affecting the Online Lending market, market scope, market segmentation and overlays on major market players, highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and the trends prevailing over the years. This Online Lending Market report provides details about recent …

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Second home owners in Dorset ‘are likely to twice pocket a £400 cost of living grant’

Thousands of second home owners in Dorset are likely to pocket the government’s £400 cost of living grant – while recouping the same amount on their primary residence. The latest figures show almost 11,000 second homes in Dorset Council and the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole areas. Between them, these homeowners …

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Luxury four-bed Sandbanks mansion with panoramic views hits the market for £3m

A luxury home with stunning views of the Sandbanks millionaire enclave has gone on the market for just under £3million. The aptly named Waves occupies a prime waterside position with panoramic views over Poole Harbor in Dorset. The four-bedroom house sits across from Kite Beach, a sheltered corner of Sandbanks …

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The Burke family has a long heritage in Mount Airy

January 09, 2022 During the Christmas season, many people become nostalgic, remembering Christmases past, especially happy Christmases spent with family and friends or an unusual Christmas. This is especially true for those of us who are in our later years. Since our energy levels are lower, we spend more time …

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The Benefits and Lure of Online Loan Application – CryptoMode

Life circumstances can make us need quick access to money for various purposes. Unfortunately, we don’t always have cash, but online loans can offer a lifeline. This popular financial tool has several advantages, and finding the best provider is essential. Get money fast When you urgently need quick access to …

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Vincent Kompany makes Scott Twine his first signing as Burnley boss

Vincent Kompany completed his first signing as Burnley boss with the arrival of midfielder Scott Twine from MK Dons. Twine, 22, put pen to paper on a four-year deal after the two clubs agreed an undisclosed fee. Burnley said on their official website: “Burnley Football Club are delighted to confirm …

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Areas of Dorset have turned into ‘ghost towns’ as wealthy landlords snap up second homes

A new map reveals the top 20 coastal areas that are fast becoming ‘ghost towns’ as wealthy homeowners snap up second homes. Three Dorset towns make the list, being among the most sought-after locations for holiday homes. However, this is at the expense of locals who claim that wealthy landlords …

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Sunderland’s new gin bar, Tin of Sardines, is launching bottomless brunches this weekend

The newest addition to Sunderlandannounced plans to add Bottomless Brunches to the menu starting this weekend. The Tin of Sardines gin bar opened in Roker on June 16, offering visitors tea, coffee, pastries and cakes along with a tasty menu as well as over 200 varieties of gin and 50 …

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James Bond producers will receive CBEs at Buckingham Palace

James Bond producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson are among the most successful personalities to be honored at Buckingham Palace on Friday. The sister and brother duo own EON Productions and produced the last nine 007 films, including Casino Royale, Quantum Of Solace, Skyfall, Specter and No Time To …

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Renovation costs are rising. Could a personal loan help finance your home improvement project?

Are you a homeowner with renovations in mind? Have you been living on a construction site for a few months? You’re not alone. According to recent data from Houzz, renovation activity and spending have reached a three-year high. Almost half of the owners surveyed said they had renovated their home …

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The remains of five 2,000-year-old bodies found near Blandford

Archeology students have discovered the 2,000-year-old remains of five bodies on land near Britain’s first recorded town. The historic cemetery which dates from around 100 BC. was discovered by university students on farmland at Winterborne Kingston, near Blandford, Dorset. The site is believed to have been an outcrop of the …

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Best Personal Loans Online June 2022

What is an online personal loan? Personal loans can be used for a variety of purposes, such as consolidating debt, paying for home improvements, or covering unexpected expenses. A personal loan is considered unsecured because it is not backed by collateral. An online loan is a convenient way for you …

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Anguilla House Hunting: Modern Elegance, Steps to the Caribbean

A 6,000 square foot beachfront villa in Anguilla $3.5 MILLION This contemporary six-bedroom villa on the south coast of Anguilla overlooks a small beach with a cove in the Caribbean Sea. Built in 2006 on 0.65 acres in the LockRum Bay area, the three-story home sits approximately 25 feet above …

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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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What is being done to tackle litter on Bournemouth beach

BEACHGOERS must be ‘accountable for their actions’ following massive littering on Bournemouth beach on the hottest day of the year. Bottles, plastic bags and rubbish were left on the sand across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole late last week. Around 25,000 to 35,000 people were on Bournemouth beach on Friday, according …

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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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