Wales’ National StartUp Awards first finalists revealed

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

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

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

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

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

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Trusted Traders | Echo of Bournemouth

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Online Lending Market Analysis by Major Key Players 2022-2030

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

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Mark Wood talks litter on Mother’s Day – Sunday Sports Social

Sports stars and clubs around the world continue to give insight into their lives on social media. Here, the PA news agency takes a look at some of the best examples from March 27. Mothers’ Day Happy Mother’s Day ♥️ pic.twitter.com/6bjuZ3HTQk — Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) March 27, 2022 Happy …

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

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

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“An increase in pension contributions is necessary”

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

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Thailand, a sailing racing destination

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

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Your personal data is at risk!

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

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

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

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

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

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

SoFi Stock Predictions 2022: Highlights –SoFi Stock Predictions 2022: Shares of SoFi Technologies Inc (Nasdaq: SOFI) are expected to trade between $8.7 and $9.9. The general recommendation is To sell. -The average 12-month target for SoFi is $15. –Good points: Excellent business model, customer acquisition …

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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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Patients in Dorset areas will receive text messages from hospitals

Patients at a number of hospitals in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council area will use text messages to communicate with patients to tackle waiting lists, says University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust. Those contacted by text will be people waiting for appointments from Royal Bournemouth, Poole Hospital and Christchurch …

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Against the plan for 4,000 houses north of Dorchester

It was inspiring to read your article (Top Tourism Tips) about the work of local photographers and the Dorchester Tourism Partnership in promoting features of the town that are loved by local residents and can provide recommendations for visitors. It’s no surprise that the River Frome walk and the Iron …

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Homes you can buy in Cromer for between £250,000 and £1million

Published: 01:18 PM March 22, 2022 Looking for a new home? We’ve looked at what you can buy for between £250,000 and £1m in Cromer. We then compared prices at five other resorts across the country to see what homebuyers can afford. The lounge at 37 Cabbell Road. – Credit: …

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Surprised house hunters in Dorset transfixed by statue of saint who looks like Hollywood legend Nicolas Cage

House hunting is rarely a pleasant activity and moving is considered one of the most stressful things you can do in life. Whether you’re a serious property buyer or just dreaming of that multi-million pound mansion to win the lottery, it’s easy to spend hours online looking for the perfect …

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House hunters surprised in Dorset transfixed by the statue of a saint who looks like Hollywood legend Nicolas Cage

House hunting is rarely a pleasant activity and moving is considered one of the most stressful things you can do in life. Whether you’re a serious property buyer or just dreaming of that multi-million pound mansion to win the lottery, it’s easy to spend hours online looking for the perfect …

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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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Wareham Road closed by police after accident

A rural road in Dorset is closed this afternoon following a serious accident. Police are urging motorists to avoid Wareham Road at Lytchett Matravers. Officers are currently on scene with the ambulance service. The accident was reported to the police at 4:08 p.m. A Dorset Police spokesman said: “Dorset Police …

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Take the stress out of remote work

You thought working from home would be a breeze. You thought you would have easy workdays where you would sit at your desk in your pajamas, get your chores done, and go straight to your hobbies without having to worry about a long commute. But the transition to full-time remote …

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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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This Dorset woman is looking to house a Ukrainian refugee

A Dorset WOMAN offers her spare room to a Ukrainian refugee after being struck by the country’s ‘horrible’ scenes following the Russian invasion and hopes to encourage others. Caroline Taylor, from Yetminster, says she wants to do her part to help, but has so far found the process “difficult” as …

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Planes, trains, ferries, Eurostar: eight updates on travel in France

We take a look at the stories affecting travel to, from and around France this week. One of the most important news is that the UK has now lifted all of its remaining restrictions for international travelers from today (March 18). This comes almost two years to the day since …

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MoneyMutual: Most Reliable for Payday Loans and Bad Credit Loans?

MoneyMutual is a company that offers payday loans ranging from $200 to $5,000. Once applied, consumers can access 91 lenders, giving them between $200 and $5,000 in just 24 hours in many cases. What is MoneyMutual? Everyone has times when they need money but don’t have access to it. Emergencies …

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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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Wayne Pivac: Wales grew through the Six Nations

Wayne Pivac believes Wales have seen growth from this season’s Guinness Six Nations as they bid for third place. A bonus point win against Italy on Saturday could see Wales take third place, depending on how England and Scotland fare in their last games. Wales’ title defense got off to …

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Nigerian government shuts down Okash and other lending apps for violating customer privacy

Digital lending apps have grown over the past two years. However, over the past couple of months, the apps have been accused of numerous flaws, including blatant violation of personal information, harassment, and loans with exorbitant interest rates. In Kenya, for example, apps have come under scrutiny following mass reports …

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Tees Valley Unlimited trio plan 21 homes at Tall Trees in Yarm

Three property developers who were once key Teesside decision makers are back in the area with a plan to build executive homes on the site of the former Tall Trees Hotel. Bede Homes has announced that it will build 21 five-bedroom executive homes in Beck View, Yarm, which will go …

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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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The number of unaccompanied refugee children in Dorset has increased in recent weeks

The number of unaccompanied refugee children cared for by Dorset Council has increased in recent weeks. Currently, 18 children are in the care of the council, 10 of whom have been settled in the county in recent weeks. Dorset Council’s Corporate Parents Council heard the children had been taken into …

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Kuhoo secures $20 million from West Bridge Capital — TechGraph

India-based student loan provider Kuhoo has secured $20 million in seed round funding from West Bridge Capital. Sponsored The platform plans to provide online loans to students aspiring to study at universities in India and abroad. Talking about the development, Prashant A. Bhonsle, Founder of Kuhoo said, “We are on …

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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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Taulupe Faletau determined to ‘take advantage of every opportunity’ with Wales

Taulupe Faletau will continue to focus on enjoying his rugby after making an exceptional return to the international stage. The Wales number eight continued where he left off against England at Twickenham by delivering another display of barnstorming as France were pushed to the limit at Cardiff. It was only …

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Cashless and flightless Russian tourists stuck in Thailand

BANGKOK (AP) — Thousands of Russian tourists are stranded in Thai resorts because of the war in Ukraine, many unable to pay their bills or return home due to sanctions and canceled flights. The crisis in Europe has also put a damper on plans to revive the Southeast Asian nation’s …

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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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A surprising thing could be asked of you when applying for a personal loan

Wondering how to get a personal loan? These 5 steps are important to follow before even applying. Getty Images Admittedly, gathering everything you need to apply for a loan can be tedious, but on the other hand, personal loans are often one of the quickest loans to get because you …

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International Women’s Day breakfast a resounding success – News from the region

Jade Naidu (2nd from L) accepts the Coffs Coast Woman of the Year award with Emma Aspden (2021 winner) (L) and runners-up Lorraine Penn (2nd from R) and Sarah Poole (R) (Carolan Buckmaster Photography ) OVER 300 Coffs Coast women had lunch together at the Pacific Bay Resort on Tuesday …

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Portland United v Hythe & Dibden: Team news and match preview

PORTLAND United will not waver in their quest for 40 points – despite security with eight games to go. The Blues host relegation-threatened Hythe & Dibden in Wessex League Premier Division action tomorrow (3pm). Portland’s 0-0 draw at Amesbury, combined with a 2-1 defeat for Town on Tuesday, put the …

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New artwork on the footbridge to Poole is part of a £450,000 ‘public places improvement scheme’

An art installation depicting a ‘bottle knot’ on a rope will be completed in Poole in the coming days, despite initial setbacks. The artwork, created by artist Michael Condron, was conceived after Poole City Council asked local residents what improvements they wanted to see in the area in 2018. According …

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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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Fun Day for Dorset Homestays

During mid-term, we organized a fun family day for our host community at the South West Regional Assessment Center (SWRAC), near Dorchester. The event was a great success with 18 families present, made up of 21 accompanying adults and 37 children and young people. The children ranged in age from …

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Withdrawal of major transformation projects from the Rockley Point site

THE owners of a holiday park in Poole could go back to the drawing board on major redevelopment plans. An application to demolish the existing Rockley Watersports Training Centre, cafe and various buildings has been submitted by Rockley Sands (Estates) Limited. The proposal for the Rockley Point site included plans …

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Minister of Tourism announces the addition of six new members to the Arts Council

Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Minister Catherine Martin has announced six new appointments to the Arts Council’s board for terms of up to five years. Details The Minister announced the appointment of: Andrew Clancy; director of Clancy Moore Architects and professor of architecture at the Kingston School of …

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“Don’t get left behind in the charge into the future,” says Carnex Shirley Li

This section is Partnership Content Provided The content in this section is provided by GlobeNewswire for the purpose of disseminating news releases on behalf of its customers. Postmedia has not reviewed the content. by GlobeNewswire Breadcrumb Links GlobeNewswire Author of the article: Content of the article Toronto, March 8, 2022 …

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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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National gasoline prices set to soar to record high

Australians are urged to fill up now with petrol prices set to soar to $2.20 a litre. CommSec chief economist Craig James said oil prices are expected to soar as the war between Russia and Ukraine continues to drive up oil prices. According to the Australian Petroleum Institute, the national …

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Dorchester Housing Association has a £60,000 deal with Russian gas company Gazprom

A housing association in Dorchester has been named as having a fuel contract worth tens of thousands of pounds with Russian gas company Gazprom. Housing association Magna Housing Ltd, based in Oak House, Poundbury Road, has a one-year contract with the Russian company worth £63,818. The contract ends this month. …

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‘To plant or not to plant’, even if fighting stops, yields could suffer as concerns over inputs loom

David L. Stern, Joby Warrick, Kareem Fahim, Dan Lamothe, and Missy Ryan reported on the front page of today’s Washington Post that, “Russian forces pounded key airfields in central Ukraine and launched a new assault on the beleaguered port city of Mariupol on Sunday.Russian and Ukrainian officials said, as Moscow …

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Funding News: Pocket FM, Volopay, Filo, Among Others Attracted $223M in Funding This Week

Late-stage funding for the Indian startup ecosystem is steadily declining. Evidence of a bear market controlling the private market with a decline after correcting the public market with a declining valuation is now easily seen. In other words, the first week of March saw a total of $223 million in …

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Mother’s Day: The best places for afternoon tea in Dorset according to TripAdvisor reviews

Mother’s Day is just over three weeks away but there’s nothing like getting ready, especially when many of us have the same idea and reserve tables in advance. Whether you’re looking to spoil your mum for Mother’s Day or just want to grab a bite to eat, look no further. …

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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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The Dorset crash pilot passed the test a few weeks earlier

Officers from Dorset No Excuse Police attended an accident near Corfe Castle involving a driver who had only passed his test 20 days earlier. Tickets were issued and vehicles were seized in a busy shift for officers. A spokesperson said: “Our first job, we were called to a single RTC …

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Find out why Misery Beach, Albany is Tourism Australia’s Best Country Beach for 2022 | weekly farm

THERE is irony in the name – Misery Beach. Albany’s breathtaking coastline is anything but, having been officially named by Tourism Australia as the country’s best beach for 2022. We are a long way from Misery’s dark past, when the blood of whales hunted by a nearby whaling station tinged …

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5 Incredible Dorset Women | Great British life

Published: 10:32 PM March 3, 2022 PJ Harvey MBE: This two-time Mercury Prize-winning singer, songwriter and musician. is a true Dorset girl. Polly Jean Harvey was born on October 9, 1969 in Bridport. His music-loving parents owned a quarrying business and Harvey grew up on the family farm in Corscombe. …

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RupeeRedee Captive NBFC FincFriends Closes Series B Funding Round With $11M

A captive NBFC of RupeeRedee has closed its second round of equity financing with existing stakeholders, Digital Finance International (DFI), a member of Finstar Financial Group headquartered in Russia FincFriends Private Limited, a captive NBFC of RupeeRedee, has closed its second round of equity financing with $1.1m raised from an …

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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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Musical accompaniment by Nosferatu at Burton Bradstock

A spellbinding live cinema experience is coming to West Dorset. Gothic horror Nosferatu can be seen at Burton Bradstock on Sunday March 27. Bristol-based quartet Minima will perform live at Burton Bradstock Village Hall, creating an original, live score to one of the silent era’s masterpieces, 1922’s Nosferatu. gothic, combined …

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Three Sainsbury’s cafes will close in Dorset amid culling of 200 sites

Sainsbury’s is to close three of its cafes in Dorset, according to an announcement this afternoon (March 1). The grocery giant has released a list of cafes across the country that must remain open, despite the closure of 200 of their in-store restaurants. Of the list, only two cafes in …

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Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial News

Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Adani Wilmar INE699H01024, PUNCH, 543458 Tata Engines INE155A01022, TATA MOTORS, 500570 Brightcom Group INE425B01027, BCG, 532368 CDS INE467B01029, SDC, 532540 Tata Power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 …

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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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Shiny Dorset Police HQ could pose ‘deadly threat’ to birds, council says | Wildlife

The shiny exterior of a new police headquarters in Dorset could pose a ‘deadly threat’ to the local bird population. Concerns have been raised by Wool Parish Council over the potential for bird mortality due to the reflective surface of the proposed building in Winfrith, the Dorset Echo reported. The …

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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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YouTube takes action against RT after access to Twitter was restricted in Russia

YouTube has announced it is taking action against Russian public broadcaster RT after access to Twitter was restricted in the country amid the invasion of Ukraine. In a statement on Saturday, a YouTube spokesperson said it was taking action against a number of accounts, including Russian channels affiliated with recent …

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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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Dorset Plaza moves forward while Goshen Cottages is on hold

Charles Bolinger, Personal editor February 24, 2022 Edwardsville City Hall file picture Of two development projects discussed and debated at a planning commission meeting last month, only one made it to Tuesday’s land use committee meeting. “The article that was in the plan commission with [Dorset Plaza] was called Goshen …

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OCAAHS Annual Meeting: Recap a Successful 2021 and Honor Longtime Leaders | Lifestyles

When the Orange County African American Historical Society (OCAAHS) gathered Feb. 13 at the Arts Center in Orange for its annual meeting, it had plenty to celebrate. Less than an hour later, at the end of the in-person and online meeting, he had reflected on a successful year and honored …

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New builds and new rules will help trapped tenants in UK | Letters

I read with interest your editorial (February 21) on rental landlords and the injustice suffered by tenants excluded from the prosperity generated by the rise in property prices and who finance the comfortable retirements of their landlords. While the suggestion of extending the right to purchase regime to the private …

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Business loans help the small business community bounce back

The challenges of the past two years have had a huge impact on businesses, but now it looks like they are starting to bounce back. Recent statistics from analytics firm Equifax show applications for business loans are on the rise, meaning more businesses are feeling optimistic and ready to grow …

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Cost of living crisis: Thousands of tenants could lose their homes in months, says Sky News | UK News

Thousands of tenants could lose their homes in the coming months as the cost of living crisis worsens, figures show. A ban on evictions was put in place during the pandemic to protect vulnerable tenants, but those measures were lifted last summer and evictions are on the rise. Since then, …

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Dorset Tourism Awards 2021/2022 winners revealed

In a day-long online awards ceremony, 54 winners were announced for the Dorset Tourism Awards 2021/22, with three more to be revealed in May, when winners and sponsors gather at the Sculpture by the Lakes in Pallington, which won gold, silver and bronze at this year’s event. The judges found …

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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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Bournemouth officials back removing Covid restrictions

Residents of DORSET have reacted to the news that England will lift Covid restrictions this week. Under the new plan for ‘Living with Covid’, the legal requirement to self-isolate after testing positive for the virus will end on Thursday. Free lateral flow tests will also be removed from April 1. …

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Public Health Dorset launches survey of pharmacies

Residents of DORSET are invited to take part in a survey of pharmacy services in the county. Public Health Dorset (PHD) asks residents how they are using local chemists to shape service delivery for the future. The results will form part of a pharmaceutical needs assessment for Dorset – PHD …

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Dorset’s Best Campsites Revealed – Motorhome News – Motorhomes & Campervans

3193f4cf-e1cc-48d0-8ee2-961cbe7bf3ca The Dorset Tourism Awards celebrate Dorset’s best businesses, with an annual awards ceremony, which this year saw 54 winners announced during a day-long online awards ceremony on February 10 2022 is the competition’s ninth year, with the ceremony concluding nine months of entries, …

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Tax Refund Loans | The bank rate

Are you expecting a tax refund from the IRS? You may not have to wait for the IRS to process your return and send you a direct deposit or a check in the mail. If the tax preparation service you use offers tax refund loans, you could get an interest-free …

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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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Over 300 emergency calls received by Dorset Fire during peak of Storm Eunice

Dorset and Wiltshire Fire Service OVER 300 emergency calls were received by Dorset Fire Services at the height of Storm Eunice. Between 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Friday February 18, more than 300 emergency calls were received by Fire Control, many reporting fallen trees, downed electrical cables and damage …

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Howarth Park houses in Salisbury on the market

A DEVELOPMENT of 16 new homes in Salisbury, which has two electric vehicles for residents’ use, is proving popular. More than 50% of homes in Howarth Park were sold or reserved in less than nine months. It is located on a historic site on Milford Hill and is a collection …

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20 fascinating photos of Poole Quay over the years

From the days of smuggling, through the years of different trades and industries, to today as a tourist attraction, Poole Quay has been the focal point of the town. Poole Quay has been home to many different industries over the years, from fishing trips to Newfoundland and the export of …

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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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Newcastle revival continues after Joe Willock equalizes at West Ham

Newcastle’s revival continued with a hard-fought point in a 1-1 draw against West Ham’s top four prospects. Joe Willock’s scruffy equalizer nullified Craig Dawson’s header as the Magpies went six Premier League games unbeaten. It was another important point in Newcastle’s survival bid and it was all the more impressive …

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Rockwater Village plans for Sandbanks and Branksome have been submitted

PLANS have now been submitted for the multi-million pound transformation of two beachfront locations. Entrepreneur Luke Davis plans to transform restaurants and kiosks in Sandbanks and Branksome Chine into a Rockwater Village, modeled on the Rockwater operation he runs in Hove. And official plans have now been submitted to PCO …

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CCB foils another mobile app scam

The Economic Crimes Wing of the Central Crime Branch Police uncovered another mobile loan app scam on Thursday where senior managers allegedly used their employees’ details to start another business. The defendants started a company by appointing some of their employees as directors and opened bank accounts in their names …

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Storm Eunice forces councils to close services

Councils across the UK have been forced to suspend public services, close schools and provide emergency aid to the homeless due to Storm Eunice. The Met Office has issued rare red weather warnings due to expected ‘damaging and disruptive’ winds which could pose a threat to life. A number of …

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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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Storm Eunice in Dorset: Council services suspended, flood warnings and ‘risk of death’ – Updates

RSPCA urges public to keep pets safe as Storm Eunice looms The RSPCA advises pet owners for flooding and high winds as the UK prepares for Storm Eunice to hit, following high winds and heavy rain from Storm Dudley. The Met Office has issued a red weather warning for South …

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The £1million Poole family home which was only built in 1998 is razed

This is the moment a ‘beautiful’ £1million house is razed to the ground in an act described as ‘scandalous’ by neighbours. The family home in the Canford Cliffs suburb of Poole, Dorset, was built as recently as 1998 – but was demolished by diggers less than 25 years later despite …

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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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Former Spice Girl Mel B named Caribbean island ambassador to UK

Former Spice Girl Melanie ‘Mel B’ Brown has been named British Tourism Ambassador for the Caribbean island of Nevis. His appointment – by the Nevis Tourism Authority – is with immediate effect and as part of her new role, she will help to raise the profile of this small destination. …

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Cliftonville skatepark plans look set to go ahead – The Isle Of Thanet News

Cliftonville Skatepark Map (Image Skater: Kane McArthur) Photo by Ben Wilks Plans for a skatepark in Cliftonville will go ahead if Cabinet members approve proposals for a 20-year lease. The park will be on the former crazy golf site of Ethelbert Crescent and will be run by a CIC set …

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SME lender finance companies raise $144M led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, plus $150M in debt lines – TechCrunch

Small businesses are the backbone of Southeast Asia’s economy, but many struggle to get working capital loans because they don’t have a traditional credit history or collateral , say the founders of Finance companies. The fintech, which claims to be the region’s largest SME digital finance platform, uses alternative forms …

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New exercise guidelines for children with disabilities released by doctors

New exercise guidelines for children and young people with disabilities have been published by the UK’s Chief Medical Officers. They are backed by research from Durham University, University of Bristol and Disabilities Rights UK – and the infographic they feature in is the first of its kind to be co-produced …

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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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Is Costco good for mortgages?

Costco is known for selling huge amounts of food and toiletries, roast chickens and pizza, and furniture and major appliances in its warehouse-style stores across the country. The members-only wholesale chain also offers something even bigger online: Costco mortgages. The Costco Membership Mortgage Program could help you buy or refinance …

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Buyers shell out tens of thousands more for homes at BCP

BUYERS had to shell out tens of thousands of extra pounds for homes in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole last year, according to new figures which also reveal the most expensive areas in the area. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which halted house sales during the first lockdown, coupled with …

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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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Dorset man back in UK shares experience in Ukraine

A DORSET resident returning to the UK from Ukraine said ‘you wouldn’t even know’ there was something going on in the Eastern European country. The passengers arrived at Gatwick Airport on a direct flight from Kyiv shortly after noon on Saturday, just hours after the Foreign Office issued a warning …

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Global Online Lending Market Outlook by Types, Applications, End Users and Opportunities 2021 to 2027 – Sox Sphere

the Global online lending market from 2021 to 2027 global study document, which MarketQuest.biz recently released, has been prepared with a fine blend of business knowledge, innovative ideas, workable solutions and current technology to provide a better customer experience. The report includes regional and international market statistics and forecasts a …

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House prices in Dorset: cheapest and most expensive streets in the BH postcode

Streets across Dorset’s BH postcodes were ranked the cheapest and most expensive – with the average house price ranging from £99,000 to over £5million. Home sales company Property Solvers has a new tool that tracks the average price of homes sold from HM Land Registry data to determine the lowest …

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Tiny places in Dorset that you pass by but really should stop by

Plan a trip to Dorset and there are common destinations people recommend… Weymouth and Portland for the impressive town and harbour, the Jurassic Coast, gigantic Poole Harbor or Sherborne Abbey. These are just some of the examples we talk about, but what about smaller locations? Places that only locals know? …

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The winners of the Dorset Tourism Awards in full

A day-long online awards ceremony honored Dorset’s ‘resilient, creative and innovative’ tourism businesses after two years of the pandemic. The Dorset Tourism Awards have revealed 54 winners, with three more to be announced at an in-person event in May. The awards, in their ninth year, recognized pubs, cafes, restaurants, activities …

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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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Owner of Sea Life Weymouth calls on government to keep 12.5% ​​VAT on tourism

The operator of Sea Life Weymouth is calling on the government to permanently maintain VAT on tourism at its reduced rate of 12.5%. The tourist attraction, run by Poole-based Merlin Entertainments, says any increase will have a ‘significant negative impact’ on the tourism sector and its millions of jobs. VAT …

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