Huge heather fire in Studland: what we know so far

Fire crews from across the county rushed towards a massive heather blaze in Studland that could be seen for miles. The Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service (DWFRS) was called shortly before 8:30 p.m. Tuesday evening over a fire at Godlingstone Heath, Studland. The orange flames could be seen …

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A chance to have your say on the draft air quality action plan

A draft Air Quality Action Plan has been published and Dorset Council is seeking your opinion on the plan. This air quality action plan (AQPA) has been produced in accordance with the statutory obligations of the board required by the Local Air quality Management framework. While this action plan is …

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Covid woes and supply chain issues among FTSE reshuffle drivers

The quarterly review of the FTSE All Share index is based on today’s closing prices and is due to be announced on Wednesday, December 1, with changes taking effect after the close on Friday, December 17. – A sparkling performance of Electrical components pushes it into a privileged position to …

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Free financial education available to city residents

With the drying up of payday and online loans for Evanston and other Illinois residents, some people are faced with a dilemma. That is, what do you do when you need money, but the lenders you were counting on no longer provide the money? This is one effect of the …

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Award-winning Indigenous Sport Gallery connects the virtual world

The award-winning BC Sports Hall of Fame Indigenous Sport Gallery will soon be available online, bringing the compelling and powerful stories of Indigenous athletes, coaches and builders to communities and classrooms across the province. “Posting the stories of these historic Indigenous leaders, coaches and athletes online helps honor their important …

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14-year-old gang shooter should be identified, judge says

A judge has lifted an order protecting the identity of a 14-year-old gunman convicted of murder after shooting another teenager in a gang attack in Birmingham. Yussuf Mustapha, of Birmingham, faces a mandatory life sentence alongside three other teenagers convicted earlier this month for the murder of Keon Lincoln, 15, …

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The BCP Council has introduced an innovation hub to reduce plastic on beaches

ONE million pounds are spent to dispose of litter from beaches in the BCP Council area. The figure was revealed during the release of a new report on local authorities’ sustainable approach to reducing plastic on the beach. The first of its kind, the report was commissioned by the BCP …

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Strikethrough punter smashed glasses in Dorset pub in drunkenness incident

A drunk man showed up at a banned Dorset pub and smashed glasses in a random attack late at night – before “kicking” a police officer, he said. declared a court. Michael Doucas, 29, walked into the Half Moon pub on Half Moon Street in Sherborne around 12:30 am on …

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Power outages in Dorset – where is that affected?

Power cuts affect hundreds of Dorset residents. Storm Arwen blew through Dorset today, knocking down power lines on the A31 this morning. Elsewhere, there are faults reported on the network. You can view the Scottish and Southern power grid map here Bournemouth district BH8 142 postcodes affected in parts of …

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The role of government in protecting citizens from illegal online lending

The community has recently become aware of the practice of illegal online lending. Some people mistakenly thought that online loans from financial technology (fintech) companies could help solve their financial problems. However, on the contrary, the illegal practice of online lending actually harms the company by insulting and threatening it. …

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Where house prices go up and down in Dorset

ZOOPLA has revealed the areas in Dorset where average house prices have changed the most over the past 12 months. Dorset is full of unique places to live, with many stunning beauty spots, quaint villages and commuting areas close to major cities. The coronavirus pandemic has also brought about an …

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Best Personal Auto Loans – Company

November 26, 2021 Sometimes buying a car requires you to apply for a loan. And it’s important to note that this question applies to both new and used vehicles. Sometimes the loan can cover 100% of the cost, while in other cases it will cover part. The loan comparators they …

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Solomon Islands leader blames unrest on foreign powers

Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare blamed foreign interference on his government’s decision to transfer alliances from Taiwan to Beijing over the anti-government protests, arson and looting that have ravaged the capital Honiara in recent days . But critics also blamed the unrest on complaints about a lack of government …

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Covid: 751 cases recorded in Dorset in past 24 hours

A TOTAL of 751 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Dorset in the past 24 hours, according to the latest figures. The latest government figures show 751 people tested positive for Covid-19 in the county in the 24 hours leading up to 4 p.m. on Thursday, November 25. …

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Reversing the trend on single-use plastics on the beach

The BCP Council is determined to reduce single-use plastic on its beaches. The authority commissioned a report from the City to Sea nonprofit seeking to develop a more sustainable approach to Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole seafront. With responsibility for 15 miles of beaches, the resorts are home to around 400,000 …

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New Lidl opens in Shaftesbury this week

LIDL GB has confirmed that its new supermarket on Christy’s Lane in Shaftesbury will open for the first time on Thursday. The store’s opening hours will be 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. During the first week of opening, customers …

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Why do you need casino credit? – News from the European gaming industry

Reading time: 5 minutes The gaming industry is no stranger to artificial intelligence (AI) in video games. Anyone who has played an NPC populated game or multiplayer games with bots will know that the quality of the AI ​​that defines how they interact with players can be extremely variable. Played …

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Weymouth 2-3 Woking – match report

WEYMOUTH “failed to handle” the key defensive moments of his 3-2 loss to Woking, manager Brian Stock admitted. Woking took a 2-0 lead when Tahvon Campbell scored from a corner and Rohan Ince scored from a move that started with a free kick. Tyler Cordner’s ball header halved the Cards …

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10 of the most prestigious houses in the country currently on the market

Do you dream of a home that exudes opulence and sophistication? Then browse our list of the 10 best luxury homes on the market across the country. Hunters Hill Ready to claim one of the Hunters Hill Peninsula’s most expensive auctions, this contemporary waterfront home features Harbor Bridge and city …

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Form 6-K QIWI To: November 23

About QIWI plc. For more than 20 years, we have been at the forefront of fintech innovations to facilitate and secure the digitization of payments. Our mission is to connect our customers by providing them with unique financial and technological solutions to make the impossible accessible and simple. QIWI is …

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BCP Council Chief Environment Officer Cllr Mark Anderson Invited To Provide Water Quality Update As Southern Water Launches Task Force To Reduce Storm Overflows

The head of the environment of the BCP Council is called upon to report to the advisers on the discharge of wastewater into the sea from local beaches. The board’s oversight and review committee would also like to hear from the water companies and the environment agency, writes Trevor Bevins …

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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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Woman fights for life after car crash at Poole Roundabout

An 18-year-old woman is fighting for her life in hospital after a car crash at Poole Roundabout. Police, firefighters and paramedics rushed to the Mannings Heath roundabout shortly after 5 a.m. on Sunday, November 21. The force had received a report of a single vehicle collision involving a blue Ford …

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Kootenay mountain biking trails set to become a global destination for athletes with disabilities – Castlegar News

Trails are a major component of British Columbia’s tourism industry, and a group of the Kootenays are on a mission to make them more inclusive. No, that doesn’t mean opening a wheelchair ramp to the top of Pulpit Rock in Nelson or flattening the Canadian Rockies to make the multi-day …

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Digitization of villages must be followed by digital literacy: Minister

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The digitization of villages must be followed by an improvement of digital literacysaid Abdul Halim Iskandar, Minister of Villages, Development of Underprivileged Regions and Transmigration. “The development of digitally-based villages is important given the current wide penetration of the Internet,” he noted in a written statement released …

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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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Weymouth 1-4 Altrincham: Alty punishes Terras

ALTRINCHAM 4 Colclough 34, 60, Kosylo 57, 89 TEN-MAN Weymouth suffered another heavy loss under difficult circumstances as Altrincham claimed a 4-1 victory at Bob Lucas Stadium. After playing well in the opening trade, Weymouth’s afternoon turned sour when Tom Bearwish was sent off for denying Matty Kosylo a clear …

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10 of the best things to do in Vancouver this week (November 15-19)

Well Vancouver was the craziest week we’ve seen in a long, long time. So while this weekend’s forecast looks surprisingly tame, we also include a few options to find those who want to help with relief efforts or just do some good in their community. And of course, there are …

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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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Guaranteed Rate Boosts Digital Efforts With New Chief Product & Technology Officer | Illinois

CHICAGO, Nov. 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Guaranteed rate, a leader in digital financial services, is pleased to welcome Dr Ramesh Sarukkai as the company’s new director of product and technology. The seasoned Silicon Valley technologist will be responsible for expanding the secured rate digital product portfolio to new …

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Dorset Council Votes Unanimously For Camping Fee At Derby Park | Examiner

community, Dorset Council voted unanimously in favor of setting up a fee for Derby Park Campgrounds at their meeting on November 15. you want “diet. READ MORE: Man escapes quarantine at hotel in Launceston Similar to a parking meter, those willing to pay will have to display a ticket for …

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On the rebound: resilient Vienna nourishes body and soul through pandemic

Vehicle in which Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on June 28, 1914, Military History Museum. (Alan Behr / TNS) I finally arrived at the Sacher Hotel in Vienna 18 months late, with three Pfizer injections on my file and with relief that I finally arrived from there with my body …

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How to prevent a flash loan attack? Tips and Warnings

introduction Now what can we do to prevent it? Is the first thought that came in a flash of the moment, Flash! Instant, this is what we described by analyzing the concept of flash loans, Flash loans are an easier way to get loans approved in the world of crypto …

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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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Covid: 553 cases recorded in Dorset in past 24 hours

A TOTAL of 553 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Dorset in the past 24 hours, according to the latest figures. The latest government figures show 553 people tested positive for Covid-19 in the county in the 24 hours leading up to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, November 17. …

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How Bournemouth Beach performed in the summer of 2021

2021 has been a great summer – but can the region start over, this time without £ 3.5million in government support? That was the question asked by councilors in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole after a review of summer activities which saw 40,000 parking tickets issued and some anti-social behavior … …

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Online lender Well Home Loans takes variable mortgage rates to new lows

Well Home Loans took pole position as the mortgage lender with the lowest variable mortgage rate (80% LVR) tracked in the Mozo database after a rate cut last Friday. The online lender has reduced the variable interest rate on its well-balanced home loan by 14 basis points which is available …

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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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Major disruption to Dorset rail services begins on Thursday

One Dorset rail line is due to close for 16 days – while another route will also be subject to work for part of the same period. Commuters are warned of major disruptions ahead of engineering work on sections of the Bristol and Waterloo lines. The works which will close …

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Gagging after Tories accused of “extremely autocratic behavior”

THE conservative group that controls the BCP council has been accused of “autocratic behavior” after preventing an opposition adviser from making his voice heard. Poole adviser Mark Howell said the ruling group uses council protocols to avoid being held accountable for their decisions. He says he was gagged at Tuesday …

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OJK responds to MUI edict banning online lending containing riba

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Financial Services Authority (OJK) spokesperson Sekar Putih Djarot responded to the Indonesian Council of Ulema (MUI) edict or fatwa which states that online or offline loans bear interest or are known as riba is haram or illegal under Islamic law. According to Sekar, the Indonesian financial system …

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South Lytchett Manor Caravan and Camping Park named UK’s Best

South Lytchett Manor Caravan and Camping Park received the Camping of the Year award at the AA Caravan and Camping Awards 2021. The site also received the Global Winner Award, beating other sites in Scotland and Wales. AA inspectors called the site “an elite tourism park with superb glamping and …

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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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Private islands for sale in Queensland go cheap, but lifestyle has its challenges

Eager buyers trying to get a foot on the property ladder could grab a tropical island for the price of a one-bedroom Sydney apartment, according to a real estate agent. Key points: Queensland’s private island market is seeing a lot of activity amid pandemic remoteness from cities The islands have …

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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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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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Whitten appointed to KCTCS Board of Directors

04 November 2021 GEORGETOWN, Ohio – While the Brown County Seniors Renewal Tax of 0.8 million / five years was widely passed in the Nov. 2 election, the new Brown County Health District of 0.8 million / five years (Brown County Dept. of Health) Tax Levy did not get a …

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Information armament in China

By Colonel R Hariharan In the biggest cleanup since Covid-19 was brought under control, China recently launched a multi-pronged regulatory crackdown on a wide range of industries, raising many uncertainties. It can be interpreted as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in President Xi Jinping’s way of reminding tech giants and …

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The beautiful area which is the most popular place in UK for Londoners buying a second home

After a lackluster 2020, buyers of second homes in London have hit the property market with some ferocity this year, breaking two national records. Data received by MyLondon from the Hamptons reveals that for the first time, the average London second home buyer spent more than half a million pounds …

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Fifty years ago humans took the first full photo of Earth from space – climate crisis means it’s time for another

“Everyone in the world has to do it. Everyone in the world needs to see this. These were the first words of William Shatner, 90, as he exited, shaking with emotion, from a brief trip to space – where the former Star Trek actor had spent barely four minutes – …

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House prices in Bournemouth rise 26% in five years

Prices for HOUSES in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have increased from £ 245,188 in September 2015 to £ 309,741 in September 2021. This is a 26% increase to £ 64,553, according to the land register. James Scollard, owner of Clifftons Independent Estate & Letting Agents, said: “House prices in Bournemouth, …

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What will Fumio Kishida do? by Koichi Hamada

To be as constructive as prime minister as he has been as foreign minister, Japan’s new leader will need to overcome bureaucratic resistance and clearly articulate his political goals and strategy to achieve them. Unless he does, he is unlikely to stay in power for long. TOKYO – A month …

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What the founders of Indian startups listed and about earn

Vijay Sanghi of CarTrade, with an annual remuneration of 5.21 Cr INR, made him the highest paid founder While Ritesh Aggarwal from OYO has a compensation of 1.06 Cr INR, his salary at OYO Singapore, as Global CEO since 2019, has been increased to 4.45 Cr INR. Vijay Shekhar Sharma, …

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Babbacombe Lodge in Bournemouth could be demolished

A hotel in BOURNEMOUTH could be demolished and replaced by 24 apartments and 6 vacation rentals. Harlequin Homes applied to the BCP Council for permission to demolish the Babbacombe Lodge at West Hill Road, a building that was first constructed at the end of the 19th century. A design and …

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ACT home price records drop in October

Median house prices in Canberra are the second highest of any capital city in the country, and over the past month they have reached new highs. Here is a list of the house price records that were broken in the ACT (and Googong) suburbs in October. Chapman 20 Cercle Chauvel, …

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Construction underway for Bournemouth Christmas Market

CONSTRUCTION is now underway for this year’s Christmas Market and Christmas Tree Wonderland. With less than three weeks to go, the Bournemouth Christmas Market runs from Friday 19 November to Sunday 2 January. To make up for lost time, after being unable to open last year due to the pandemic, …

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Dorset Council local plan comments published

Comments received during the first consultation of the Dorset Council Local Plan draft have been posted on the council website. The first consultation of the Dorset Council’s draft local plan took place between January and March of this year. About 9,000 respondents participated during this period. These comments are all …

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Will this COP be different? by Kenneth Rogoff

Limiting global warming to 1.5 ° Celsius remains roughly achievable, but the path to that goal is formidable. The current United Nations climate summit in Glasgow will indicate whether political efforts to achieve this goal are likely to escalate as fast as scientists tell us on the planet. CAMBRIDGE – …

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Japanese Prime Minister Kishida, strengthened by electoral victory, presents big political plans

By Ju-min Park, Antoni Slodkowski and Kiyoshi Takenaka TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, reinvigorated by a surprisingly strong election victory, announced on Monday that he would pursue defense policies aimed at deterring China, tackling climate change and accelerating recovery from the pandemic. Kishida’s conservative Liberal Democrats (LDP) …

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Netball stars reunite as league celebrates with awards night

PLAYERS from the South & West Dorset Netball League descended on the Dorchester Trinity Club for their annual presentation night, with an array of award winners. This well-deserved celebration unfortunately could not take place last year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but this year the event was back in full …

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Memphis 104, Golden State 101

Percentages: FG. 402, FT 1.000. 3-point goals: 12-48, .250 (Bane 5-11, Jackson Jr. 3-10, Morant 2-8, Jones 1-3, Melton 1-6, Anderson 0-1, Tillman 0-2, Williams 0-7). Team rebounds: 7. Team turnovers: 1. Shots blocked: 9 (Melton 3, Anderson 2, Williams 2, Adams, Jackson Jr.). Turnover: 17 (Morant 5, Adams 3, …

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Breaking the trap of illegal lending – ANTARA News

“Ting,” a short message, or text message, ringing on Antara’s cell phone turned out to be an offer to lend money. Most people often receive messages from unknown phone numbers that have great deals. “We are offering Rp 5-500 million with simple requirements. Contact us via WA 081XXXXXXXXX,” according to …

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Police search for missing 17-year-old Dorset boy

POLICE are looking for a 17-year-old boy missing from Dorset. Agents are asking the public for information to help locate missing Samuel McCall, who was in contact with his family for the last time on Tuesday, October 26. He is described as white, five feet eight inches tall and of …

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LBH Jakarta to take legal action against Jokowi for online loan

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Jakarta Legal Aid Institute (LBH Jakarta) was planning to file a lawsuit in the Jakarta Central District Court against President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, Vice President Ma’ruf Amin, Ministry of Communication and Information, the Financial Services Authority (OJK), and the House of Representatives (DPR). ” It’s planned …

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DIG SOUTH announces a partnership with CofC

DIG SOUTH Technology Summit, the first and most important event in the South connecting major global brands with the most scalable startups in the South, announced on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, a partnership with the College of Charleston to host the 10th anniversary of the Summit, from 11 to 13 …

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Under presidential decree, Indonesia is at war with online loan sharks

As Indonesia’s fintech ecosystem matures, criminals are also developing ways to do business in space. This has led to the victimization of unintentional users, and the problem is widespread. The IT ministry blocked 1,856 unlicensed fintech lending platforms in 2021 and nearly 4,900 illegal lending platforms since 2018. However, this …

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New development plan at Common Mead Lane, Gillingham

A NEW blanket demand for 80 houses north of Common Mead Lane, Gillingham, has been submitted by developers – claiming it could bring the area £ 1.2million. A similar request was rejected by 5-4 by Dorset Council in August after opposing more than 120 locals, including City Council and two …

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Searching for Missing Weymouth teenager Brandon Falshaw-Skelly

POLICE have appealed for missing persons to help locate a missing teenager from Weymouth. Brandon Falshaw-Skelly, 16, was reported missing on Saturday 23 October at 12:35 a.m. after being last seen around 8:30 p.m. on Friday 22 October in the downtown area. Brandon is described as white, five feet ten …

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DANNY WARD JOINS THE PREVIEW SHOW! – New

Regular pre-match HTTV feature features upcoming Bournemouth home clash, in association with SportsBroker – The latest edition of the HTTV Preview Show is now available!– Striker Special with Danny Ward and Andy Booth– Exit at 5 p.m. on Friday You can now join HTTV presenter Raj Bains on the latest …

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Pandemic turned Martha’s Vineyard housing crisis into crisis

From Boston to Cape Cod, house prices have skyrocketed, but on the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket it’s even worse. On the vineyard, the year round population has been increasing for years – and housing prices with it. But in the spring of 2020, that slow flow of newcomers …

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Dolphin Center team conquers 16-mile beach for charity

SIX team members from the Poole Dolphin Center took part in a 16.4 mile beach cleanup to raise funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital and the NHS University Hospitals Dorset charity. The team, who dubbed themselves ‘The Green Dolphins’, covered the length of a half marathon, from Sandbanks to Hengistbury …

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“Amazing find out about Dorset Council staff costs”

Each landowner in the county must pay this local tax to Dorset Council. They decide the rate within the limits prescribed by the government and usually charge the maximum possible, as well as the precept of social care for adults. It is now collected at the highest rate, or one …

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Australian home prices set to peak next year, Goldman says

(Bloomberg) – The Australian housing market will likely peak at the end of next year, then enter a period of stagnation in response to increased supply and tighter credit restrictions, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Prices will rise 22% this year, then slow down to a 5% gain in …

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