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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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What the Newspapers Say – March 22

The country’s front pages are buzzing with revelations about the killer of veteran MP Sir David Amess. the Daily mail, DailyMirror and The sun Ali Harbi report Ali conducted years of search for high-profile targets, including Communities and Leveling Secretary Michael Gove, before killing Sir David in October 2021. Tuesday …

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Russian strategy of blockading Ukrainian cities will fail – Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russian forces were blockading his country’s biggest cities to subjugate the population, but he warned the strategy would fail and Moscow would lose in the long run if it did not end its war. Mr Zelenskyy accused the Kremlin of deliberately creating ‘a humanitarian catastrophe’ …

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Van and power tools stolen by masked thieves from Bournemouth water purification site

A tipper van and power tools have been stolen by masked thieves from a water purification site in Bournemouth. The Wimborne Road site in Kinson was burglarized between 8pm and 9.10pm on Sunday March 6. Entry was forced into a storage container and an office building. A number of vehicle …

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International Covid travel restrictions for Scotland will end this week

Coronavirus restrictions on passengers traveling to Scotland from overseas are due to end this week. The announcement comes after a meeting between Britain’s four nations on Monday decided that all international travel restrictions for people arriving in the country will be lifted from 4am on Friday. Fully vaccinated travelers will …

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Attorney General pledges to put Russian war criminals ‘behind bars’

The Attorney General has pledged to put behind bars Russian soldiers convicted of war crimes in Ukraine. Writing in the Sunday Telegraph, Suella Braverman stressed the urgency of gathering evidence of Russia’s war crimes now. She added that she had just signed a joint statement with the Attorney General of …

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The Daily Echo School Awards announce new sponsors

The Daily Echo will soon be announcing this year’s winners of the Daily Echo School Awards supported by our main sponsor, United Taxis. After a two-year hiatus, the awards are back in full swing and we’ve received record nominations for hundreds of worthy teachers and support staff. We are also …

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Trump’s plane makes emergency landing after engine failure

A plane carrying former President Donald Trump was forced to make an emergency landing in New Orleans last weekend after suffering engine failure over the Gulf of Mexico. Details of the emergency landing, first reported by Politico, were confirmed Wednesday by a person familiar with the incident who was not …

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What the Newspapers Say – March 8

Fleeing civilians are once again splashed across the country’s newspapers after another failed ceasefire. The Guardian splash is Kiev’s response to Vladimir Putin’s offer of a humanitarian corridor to Russia. Front page of The Guardian, Tuesday March 8, 2022: Kiev rejects Putin’s offer to let people flee to Russia pic.twitter.com/PHOgPEZbmH …

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Don’t underestimate the West, Wallace tells Putin

Defense Secretary Ben Wallace has warned Vladimir Putin not to underestimate the West, as he said if the allies stick together he is sure the Russian leader will fail in his invasion of Ukraine. In an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Mr Wallace said the West ‘must not be afraid …

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Taoiseach rejects calls to expel Russian ambassador

The Taoiseach has rejected further demands for the expulsion of the Russian ambassador to Ireland. On Wednesday, Micheal Martin refused to bow to pressure from opposition parties in the Dail, as Sinn Fein and Labor pressed the government to expel Yury Filatov. Both sides acknowledged there were “valid” reasons for …

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Government moves to introduce licenses to administer Botox and fillers

People providing Botox or fillers would need a license under new government plans to protect patients from botched cosmetic procedures. Health Secretary Sajid Javid has highlighted his commitment to making it a crime to carry out such non-surgical work without a licence, saying ‘far too many people have been emotionally …

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At least 10 dead in Indonesia earthquake as search continues

Search efforts continued Sunday in the hardest hit areas of the Indonesian island of Sumatra after a violent earthquake killed 10 people, injured nearly 400 others and displaced thousands, an official said. of the disaster. Rescuers recovered two more bodies late Saturday from the rubble of houses toppled by the …

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On this day in 2009: Jason Robinson returns to Sale

The Premiership Sale club appointed former England star Jason Robinson as their new head coach on this day in 2009. Robinson was lured out of retirement to return to the club where he spent seven years as a player after agreeing a two-year deal to join the management team at …

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Inquiry into criminal damage at Pageant Gardens, Sherborne

POLICE have castigated ‘senseless’ vandals and launched an investigation after reports of damage to city center gardens. This morning (February 23) police were called to Pageant Gardens, next to Sherborne station, after reports of criminal damage to a sign and bin, which were toppled late last night or earlier during …

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Thomas Tuchel promises full Chelsea protection for struggling Romelu Lukaku

Thomas Tuchel has insisted Romelu Lukaku’s struggles are no laughing matter, pledging Chelsea’s full protection for the Belgian striker. Lukaku had just seven touches in Saturday’s 1-0 Premier League win at Crystal Palace in another test outing for the Blues. The battle over signing the club-record £98million to find his …

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Nantes inflict surprise defeat on Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain

Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain suffered an unexpected 3-1 defeat at Nantes. Randal Kolo Muani gave the hosts an early lead before Lionel Messi was denied an early equalizer by a fine save from Alban Lafont. Nantes doubled their lead thanks to a fine strike from Quentin Merlin in …

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Brendan Rodgers praises Leicester’s professional performance against Randers

Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers hailed “a job well done” by his players after beating Danish side Randers 4-1 in the first leg of their Europa Conference League play-off. The Foxes took the lead at the King Power Stadium through a 23rd-minute effort from Wilfred Ndidi before the visitors surprised with …

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These are the games you want – Rangers relish Dortmund ‘challenge’

Rangers manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst insists his players are relishing their formidable Europa League showdown with Borussia Dortmund. The Scottish champions will face the tournament favorites in their knockout round, with the first leg at the legendary Westfalenstadion on Thursday. However, Van Bronckorst is confident his team will embrace the …

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Escaped Prisoner Paul Robson Sparks Nationwide Manhunt – What We Know

At 7am on Sunday, convicted sex offender Paul Robson escaped from a Lincolnshire jail, sparking a nationwide manhunt. Robson, born in Newcastle, was living in Oxford at the time of his offenses and “presents a particular danger to women and young children”. Robson is serving a life sentence for attempted …

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Johnson’s new chief of staff promises ‘smaller state’ under party pressure

Boris Johnson’s new chief of staff has promised it is now a ‘priority to restore a smaller state’ as the Prime Minister struggles to keep the Tories on his side while facing questions from police investigating alleged breaches of the lockdown. Steve Barclay, who was given the role as part …

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South Western Railways restores previous timetable

A DIRECT train between Weymouth and London Waterloo is returning after South Western Railway announced it would reinstate the pre-Omicron timetable. From Monday February 21, the train operator will return to its previous services, meaning commuters traveling to the capital will no longer have to change at Bournemouth. South Western …

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Championship betting tips, odds and free bets

The EFL Championship kicks off on Wednesday with a new round of fixtures, with Bournemouth hosting Birmingham City at the Vitality Stadium. Match information: To start up: 00:45 Dated: tenand February 2022, Vitality Stadium Bet £10 Get £50 in betting credits Visit the site Minimum deposit requirement. Free bets are …

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Maison Sax business to be liquidated after Covid hits trade

Maison Sax, in Ashley Cross, has been a victim of the Omicron crisis, according to the firm which will be appointed to liquidate the company. Maison Sax was the trading name of La Cave Dorset, which is due to appoint liquidators this week. The restaurant’s founder, David Sax, left as …

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Manchester United star Ethan Laird suffers another injury awaiting his Bournemouth debut

Manchester United right-back Ethan Laird’s hopes of making his debut for loan club Bournemouth against Boreham Wood in the FA Cup on Sunday night have been dashed by yet another injury setback. The 20-year-old, who is held in very high regard by the locals at Old Trafford, joined Bournemouth on …

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Football fan admits racially abusing Rio Ferdinand

A football fan has admitted to racially abusing former England defender Rio Ferdinand after the Euro 2020 final. Robert Whippe, 54, pleaded guilty at St Albans Magistrates’ Court to two counts of sending a grossly offensive message to Mr Ferdinand about his Wembley final comment, said the Crown Prosecution Service. …

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What is the upgrade strategy?

Michael Gove has finally drawn up plans to “level” the country and reduce the great disparities facing the UK. But what are the details of the 330-plus-page white paper that was released by the Leveling Up Secretary on Wednesday. – What is upgrading? It was a key slogan of Boris …

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Boris Johnson ‘should be very worried’, warns former Tory leader

William Hague said the Prime Minister had a chance to deliver real change in response to Sue Gray’s report and squandered it. Writing in The Times, Mr Hague said the Prime Minister had plenty of time to draft a comprehensive and substantive response which gave his critics “pause to think” …

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Two more Covid deaths recorded in Scotland

Scotland has recorded two new coronavirus-related deaths and 6,185 new cases in the past 24 hours, according to the latest figures. This brings the death toll of people who tested positive for the virus in the previous 28 days to 10,311, although weekend figures tend to be lower as registration …

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Home Secretary Approves Autonomy Founder’s Extradition to US

Home Secretary Priti Patel has approved the extradition of a British tech tycoon to the United States to face criminal fraud charges. It comes after Dr. Mike Lynch lost a multibillion-dollar fraud suit on Friday over the sale of his software company Autonomy to Hewlett Packard (HP) in 2011. He …

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Two people found dead in Bothenhampton Nature Reserve

POLICE are investigating after two youths were found dead in a nature reserve. Officers were called to Bothenhampton Nature Reserve in Bothenhampton near Bridport on Tuesday morning, where sadly the bodies of a man and a woman were discovered. Dorset Police say there are no suspicious circumstances. The families have …

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Explanation of the construction work of the Royal Bournemouth Hospital

Residents of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (and beyond) will have noticed the giant crane which is currently in place at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital (RBH) hospital site. Along with the main hospitals in Poole and Dorchester, the RBH serves residents of both Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole and Dorset Council. The …

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Man dies after being punched in the head at social club

A man has died after a single punch to the head at a social club near Manchester. Greater Manchester Police (GMP) say Paul Ologbose, 57, was allegedly struck once in the head following an altercation at a venue on Kensington Drive in Leigh shortly before 1.55am on Sunday. A man …

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Russian minister accepts invitation to meet Defense Secretary Ben Wallace

The Russian Defense Minister has accepted an invitation to meet British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace amid tensions over Ukraine, according to the PA news agency. Mr Wallace invited his Russian counterpart, Sergei Shoigu, to visit London to discuss mutual security earlier this week. Shoigu instead offered to meet in Moscow, …

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Patrick Bamford’s return to Leeds delayed by foot injury

Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa has revealed striker Patrick Bamford has suffered yet another setback in his bid to regain full fitness. Bamford, one of at least eight injured first-team players set to miss Saturday’s Premier League home game against Newcastle, suffered a foot problem. Bielsa said: “(Adam) Forshaw and (Junior) …

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