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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An international criminal organization dismantled in Seville

pixabay image An international criminal organization was dismantled in Seville. National police officers today intercepted a group of fraudsters allegedly committed to Internet scams. A total of 45 people were arrested for defrauding more than 200 people in Spain, making a profit of almost 1.5 million euros. The leaders of …

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Train lines at Brockenhurst closed due to maintenance work

TRAIN lines affecting Dorset passengers will be closed in December due to maintenance work. Modified rail and bus services will replace trains in the Brockenhurst area on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 December. Cross-country services will be affected by closures all weekend and Great Western Railway services will be affected …

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The best bakeries in Dorset

As the wintry air begins to pinch our cheeks, is there anything more heartwarming than a warm cinnamon bun or a freshly baked butter croissant? We’ve rounded up some of the top rated bakeries in the county so you can enjoy a potter up to one and fill your boots …

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Six more beach huts have been agreed for Lyme Regis

SIX new beach cabins have been agreed for Cart Road, Marine Parade, Lyme Regis, including one accessible to people with reduced mobility. The City Council’s request received the blessing of Dorset Council. Each of the wooden huts will be traditional in design, painted white and with pastel colored doors under …

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