7 Things: Democrats Use July 4th To Attack America, Judge Dismisses Swalwell’s Motion To Win Lawsuit Against Brooks, More Lawmakers Are Challenging Prion Plans And More … – Yellowhammer News

Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Joseph Martin recently spoke with executives and experts from several industry commands and partners to learn more about readiness and preparedness initiatives. modernization underway at Redstone Arsenal. Martin said being able to meet people first-hand, see and touch things first-hand, is incredibly valuable in …

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The ‘wonderful’ Dorset cottage could be yours for £ 150,000

A ‘WONDERFUL’ cottage in Dorset could be yours for £ 150,000 when it goes under the hammer. The two-bedroom property, based on Church Street, Sturminster Newton, has been auctioned with a guide price of £ 150,000 by Whoobid. Whoobid says the semi-detached property is a “magnificent Category 2 listed character …

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Yellow warning: Met Office predicts thunderstorms to hit Dorset

A YELLOW weather warning has been issued for parts of Dorset ahead of expected thunderstorms tomorrow. The Met Office has issued the weather warning due to thunderstorms expected to hit eastern Dorset, covering Sturminster Newton, Gillingham and A354. The Met Office imposed the yellow weather warning starting at 6 a.m. …

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Firms receive over £ 20million in ‘restart’ funding

HARD-HIT retail and hospitality businesses in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole have received more than £ 20million to help reopen as lockdown restrictions are relaxed, new figures show. Funding for the government’s £ 5bn restart program has been welcomed by board leaders who have urged companies to act quickly to get …

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7 Things: Trump Gathering Dispute Gets Attention, Alabama Gas Prices Rise, Republicans Will Hold COVID-19 Hearings But Democrats Won’t And More … – Yellowhammer News

Recent heavy rains have brought to light one of the most common but extremely difficult to solve environmental problems: untreated or partially treated wastewater flowing into our rivers, lakes and streams. The influx of rainwater through cracked pipes or faulty manhole covers, and the infiltration of groundwater through deteriorated sewer …

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New mask can diagnose Covid-19 in 90 minutes

Scientists have developed a new prototype face mask that they say can accurately diagnose Covid-19 and other illnesses after being worn for just 90 minutes. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University have teamed up to create the mask, which contains small disposable sensors developed using freeze-dried cellular …

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Jack Draper challenges Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon

JACK Draper had Center Court on his feet by taking a set against Novak Djokovic before the defending champion fought back to reach the second round. Draper’s mother, 19, Nicki was educated in Dorchester at Casterbridge Girls’ School and grew up in Dorset before taking her first job in Portsmouth. …

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Coronavirus: more than a million jabs given in Dorset

OVER one million Covid-19 vaccines have been distributed across Dorset thanks to the tireless efforts of county medical staff and volunteers. This magnificent feat now brings the total number of doses administered across Dorset to 1,001,740, according to the latest NHS data. Figures released by NHS England show that a …

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Jonathan Woodgate will not renew Bournemouth deal

CHERRIES has told Jonathan Woodgate his contract at the club will not be renewed. The Daily Echo understands the former England center-half will not be offered any new terms, with his current deal set to expire on Wednesday. Woodgate initially arrived at the club as a first-team coach under Jason …

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Balearic Islands added to Northern Ireland eco travel list

Travelers arriving to Northern Ireland from several popular holiday destinations, including the Balearic Islands, will no longer need to isolate themselves, the executive said. Popular Spanish islands include Ibiza, Menorca, and Mallorca. A number of other added hotspots have been added to Northern Ireland’s green list, such as Barbados, Bermuda, …

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Improvements to domestic violence services in Dorset

DORSET Police have launched three new operations to improve domestic violence services across the county. The new services aim to o transform the way they respond to and support victims of domestic violence following an increase in reporting during nationwide closures. In Dorset there was a 25% increase in domestic …

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‘Day of action’ for the UK travel industry

British travelers are being unfairly denied the summer getaway they deserve. This is the message of Brittany ferry because the company supports ABTA’s ‘Day of Action’ alongside other travel industry players, including Aberdeen International Airport unand the Royal Aeronautical Society. They are calling on the UK government to clarify its …

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Pinellas County hotels scramble to keep up with tourism

CLEARWATER, Fla .– Whether it’s catching waves in the warm water, cruising the coast, or just taking off their masks in public, people everywhere are heading to the county’s white sand beaches. by Pinellas. “We saw a resurgence of return travel to our communities in mid-spring, really around mid-March, where …

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Covid: Upton Junior School students and staff isolate

THIRTY pupils at a Dorset primary school are in isolation after a confirmed case of Covid. Thirty students and “some staff” at Upton Junior School in Poole are all in isolation after a case of Covid-19 is confirmed. A spokesperson for the school said: “We had a case of coronavirus …

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The Southeast records a month of precipitation in one day

Parts of the southeast have experienced as much as a month of precipitation in one day, the Met Office said. Hampshire and Buckinghamshire have experienced heavy rain over the past 24 hours, while Bedfordshire has also experienced wet weather. Particularly affected areas were Otterbourne, which recorded 67mm of rain from …

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Paddy Hughes blew up ATMs in Hampshire, Dorset, Surrey

A man from ROTHERWICK is accused of being the mastermind of an organized criminal group that attempted to blow up 14 ATMs in three counties. David “Paddy” Hughes is said to have been at the head of the group that “roamed” Hampshire at night and stole a range of cars, …

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More than 960,000 Covid vaccines administered across Dorset

OVER 965,000 Covid-19 jabs have been administered across Dorset to date. A total of 968,647 doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been distributed in Dorset, according to the latest NHS data. This incredible county-wide feat would have been impossible without all the medical staff and volunteers working tirelessly on the …

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06/17/2021 | Who plays when and where – June 18, 2021

Community center committee wants to guide the Berlin process BERLIN – Elected officials agreed this week to create a committee to focus on planning a community center. Berlin’s city council voted 5-0 on Monday to create the Community Center Development Committee (CCDC) to focus on planning for a facility. The …

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Platinum Skies supports Loneliness Awareness Week

A RETIRED real estate developer this week organized a series of events for its owners in recognition of Loneliness Awareness Week. Platinum Skies Dorset and Wiltshire Independent Living Communities owners over 55 have organized events in support of Loneliness Awareness Week. Activities included an afternoon wine tasting at Vista in …

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Dorset MPs back Tory rebellion against extended lockdown

FOUR MPs from the Daily Echo area were part of a large Tory rebellion against extending lockdown restrictions to four weeks. South Dorset MP Richard Drax, Poole MP Robert Syms, Christchurch MP Chris Chope and New Forest West MP Desmond Swayne all voted against the government yesterday. West Dorset MP …

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BIC vaccination center to close for cheerleading event

The county’s largest Covid vaccination center will suspend operations for a month from next week, to allow for a cheerleading event. Concerns were raised last month when health officials confirmed Bournemouth International Center (BIC) was set to stop giving coronavirus injections to allow the Future Cheer International Cheerleading competition to …

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Boys threatened in Poole knife theft

TWO school children were threatened with a knife during a robbery in broad daylight. Two boys from Bournemouth have been arrested for theft and are assisting officers in their investigations. Households in the Oakdale residential area where the incident occurred were asked to check their home video surveillance systems for …

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Brad Ash signs for Weymouth

WEYMOUTH has signed forward Brad Ash from Chippenham Town. Pacy forward Ash, 25, joins the National League south team after scoring four goals in 14 games for the Bluebirds. In the 2019/2020 season, Ash has scored once in 11 starts for Hereford, making 20 appearances in total. Ash has National …

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Business reaction as ‘Freedom Day’ is delayed

Businesses today voiced disappointment as Prime Minister Boris Johnson delayed “Freedom Day” by at least four weeks. At a press conference last night, Mr Johnson revealed that the plan to lift all Covid restrictions on June 21 will be pushed back to July 19. The announcement means a number of …

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Met Office predicts thunderstorms in Dorset next week

It may be the hottest and sunniest weekend of the year so far, but the Met Office is forecasting thunderstorms for Dorset next week. Forecasters say some places in the yellow warning zone are likely to see thunderstorms from Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. to Friday morning at 6 a.m. …

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“The whole town was buzzing”

Filming for the new Indiana Jones movie may now be over in Borders. © Credits: (c) Neil Renton Harrison Ford is pictured filming outside the Leaderfoot Viaduct with former Harry Potter star Toby Jones. But the Hollywood juggernaut has left a lasting impression on the region. The famous Harrison Ford …

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BCP Council Beach Checking App: Was It Successful?

Earlier this year, the BCP council was awarded £ 40,000 to further develop its beach checking app. The Beach Check app, developed by the council, launched in 2020, the month after civic leaders declared a major incident after huge crowds marched on the resort’s beaches. And now the app is …

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Weather in Dorset: how hot will be in your area this weekend

DORSET is expected to bask in temperatures above 20 degrees this weekend as the country experiences a heat wave. The county has seen mixed weather throughout this week, but the Met Office forecast sun and warm weather in Dorset and the country this weekend. Residents and sun worshipers can expect …

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Covid-19: 49 new cases recorded in Dorset

There have been 49 new cases of coronavirus recorded in Dorset in the past 24 hours, according to the latest statistics. The latest government figures show 49 people tested positive for Covid-19 in the county in the 24 hours leading up to 4 p.m. on Friday June 11. In the …

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Dorchester is ready for the Cattistock fight

DORCHESTER captain James Dunham backed the defending champions to keep the winning train rolling ahead of a winless visit to Cattistock & Symene tomorrow (1pm). Dunham’s men lead the Dorset Funeral Plan Premier League by 16 points from Martinstown in second after successive wins. And with games against the Foxes …

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C. Kenneth Still – Chattanoogan.com

C. Kenneth Still died on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, at his home, his body exhausted after three battles with cancer. (He wanted you to know which killed the old goat.) He was born on April 8, 1932 in Cleveland, Tennessee at the end Wallace Vasco Still and Stella Nipper Still. …

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Win a book prize competition to celebrate Empathy Day LIVE!

Dorset Echo READERS can win a prize pack in a contest to celebrate Empathy Day LIVE! Empathy Day Live! returns for its fifth year today with a free digital program of events featuring some of the UK’s leading authors and illustrators including Michael Rosen, Cressida Cowell, Malorie Blackman, Michael Morpurgo, …

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Travel and tourism expert opens new agency

ONE of Ireland’s most experienced travel and tourism figures, Diane Poole, has launched her own consultancy to provide strategic advice and support to the industry as the Covid-19 recovery process begins to start. DP Consultancy offers a range of services to companies working in the tourism, travel and leisure industry, …

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Tottenham in talks with ex-Roma boss Paulo Fonseca

Former Roma boss Paulo Fonseca has established himself as a serious candidate to succeed Tottenham. The Portuguese are said to be the first choice for new football manager Fabio Paratici and talks have taken place. Paratici’s arrival at Spurs is expected to be announced in the coming days after leaving …

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Carrickfergus travel and tourism expert opens new agency

Diane Poole MBE, one of the country’s most seasoned travel and tourism figures, launched DP Consultancy earlier this year. The company offers a wide range of services to businesses working in the tourism, travel and leisure industry, including strategy development, networking and lobbying, individual and team mentoring, and crisis management. …

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The Dorset Theater Festival announces the winners of the 8th Annual Jean E. Miller Young Playwright Competition, a summer reading adventure club for young people

DORSET, Vermont (June 7, 2021) – The Dorset Theater Festival will welcome its 43rd summer season with two celebrations designed for local youth and their families. First, the community is invited to join in celebrating the winners of this year’s 8th Annual Jean E. Miller Young Playwrights Competition with a …

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World Oceans Day: Photos Celebrate Poole Bay

IT’S World Oceans Day and to celebrate we took a look at some of the awesome photos of Poole Bay from our Camera Club. Across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, we are fortunate to enjoy seven miles of beautiful sandy beaches and an epic coastline that is home to the second …

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Now is the time to invest in an income property?

Monique Geurts and her husband Caspar bought an income property in Prince Edward Island in 2015, but the pandemic and the scorching Canadian housing market created a difficult environment. ALANA SPRAGUE / the globe and the mail When Monique Geurts and her husband Caspar bought Victoria Cottages – located in …

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Latest coronavirus: cases, deaths and vaccinations in Dorset

NEARLY 900,000 jabs have been given across Dorset, according to the latest figures. The number of coronavirus cases and deaths also remained low in Dorset throughout the past month. The most recent government data shows that no deaths from the coronavirus have yet been reported since May 3 in Dorset. …

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US tech stocks drop G7 tax deal

AAmerican nglo was the biggest drag on the benchmark on Monday after its South African coal business fell when it debuted in the market. Actions in Thungela Resources opened at 150p but fell back to 113p in London, although its broker Liberum said in a report last week that the …

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Sber won 488 billion rubles for 5M 2021 (RAS)

Sberbank (SBER) 07-Jun-2021 / 10:00 MSKDissemination of a regulatory announcement containing inside information in accordance with REGULATION (EU) No. 596/2014 (MAR), transmitted by the EQS group.The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. Sberbank publishes financial highlights for the 5 months of 2021 (under RAS, unbound) The …

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