Bouremouth news

Queen sends message to flood-stricken BC

The Queen has sent a message to the people of British Columbia following “catastrophic” flooding in the Canadian province, saying her thoughts are with them. The 95-year-old monarch, who is also Queen of Canada, thanked emergency responders and volunteers for their “hard work” and for providing comfort and support to …

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Clarendon House “Needs Improvement”, CQC Report Says

OPERATORS at a care home in Bournemouth say they are “deeply disappointed” after being rated “requires improvement” by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The Shelley Park Neuro Care Center at Clarendon House, Boscombe, supports people with neurological disorders and has already been rated “Good” by the CQC. However, after an …

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Covid: 530 cases recorded in Dorset in past 24 hours

A TOTAL of 530 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Dorset in the past 24 hours, according to the latest figures. The latest government figures show 530 people tested positive for Covid-19 in the county in the 24 hours leading up to 4 p.m. on Friday, November 19. …

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Covid rates in England are similar to January, data suggests

Coronavirus rates in England are similar to where they were in January of this year, just after the peak of the second wave, new data suggests. From mid-October to early November 2021, the prevalence was 1.57% – the same as in January – compared to 0.83% in September. According to …

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Council opinion on garbage collection to help household garbage workers

The BCP Council has given advice to people to ensure that their bins will be emptied properly during the winter months. With dark mornings upon us, the council urges residents to leave their food waste, trash cans and recycling bins in a bright, unobstructed area so that garbage workers, working …

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Bike stolen in Ferndown Heist

POLICE investigating a burglary at an address in Ferndown appeal for witnesses and publish an image of a stolen bicycle. Between the afternoon of Saturday November 6 and the morning of Sunday November 7, 2021, entry was obtained at a Medway Road address via an unsecured temporary veranda door. The …

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What the Newspaper Say – November 10

Jabs for tightening jobs for health and care workers, climate change and Geoffrey Cox are on the front pages of Wednesday. The Daily Mirror splashes with a “race to sting 100,000 NHS staff,” saying many health workers risk dismissal if they are not fully immunized by April. Tomorrow’s front page: …

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