A SPRINGER Spaniel found unable to stand and abandoned at bins behind a Pokesdown funeral parlour is now on the road to recovery.
A number of people are feared dead after a shooting at a shopping centre in Germany.
MOTORISTS travelling through the New Forest faced long delays yesterday due to a level crossing failure.
Drivers faced long delays on the A31 in the New Forest today.
GOOD things have been happening in West Parley for over a year now with the Dudsbury Country Club going strength to strength.
CANVAS on Poole Hill continues its run of summer live bookings with American R&B legends Blackstreet on Sunday evening.
CHERRIES fans today breathed a sigh of relief when Sam Allardyce was unveiled as England manager – ending speculation over Eddie Howe's future.
POLICE are investigating after a taxi driver was threatened with a firearm by a customer.
BOURNEMOUTH lifeguards have rescued more than 20 people from the water this week after temperatures soared.
HARBOUR authorities urged caution when walking near cliffs after a massive rock fall in West Bay.
THE wrecks of two submarines which sank more than 100 years ago have been given protected status.
A CYCLIST has been taken to hospital following a collision with a car – in which the vehicle failed to stop at the scene.
THE Ministry of Defence has said security is kept under “constant review” after two security scares at military sites.
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RUSSELL JOHN SMITH Birthday wishes for our dearest son Russell. Happy 35th Sweetheart. Love and miss you so very much. Only a heartbeat away. Love always and forever. Mum, Dad, Andrew, Christopher, Craig, Jennifer, Nan, Uncles and all families. x x x
BOURNEMOUTH East MP Tobias Ellwood has been criticised after he was forced to correct six government statements on whether Saudi Arabia was breaking international law with British-made weapons.
The Red Arrows paid a visit to Bournemouth Airport yesterday afternoon.
THERE are more train delays this morning due to a signalling problem in the New Forest.
GRANDMOTHER and keen cook, Cassey Lilian Crocker of Poole, has died at the age of 101.
FORMER church leader and computer expert, Peter Lunn, has died at the age of 57.
CRIME reports in Dorset rose by 15 per cent last year - but it's down to increased confidence in the force, a top officer said.
PAY rises for senior staff have been approved by councillors, despite a union protest.
A CYCLIST was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a collision with a BMW convertible.
WIMBORNE Town boss Matty Holmes admitted there would be no room in his budget for any big-name signings on the eve of the season.
DANNY Hollands revealed he occasionally wonders what might have been had he stayed at Cherries but admitted: “I would never have been a Premier League footballer.”
HAMWORTHY United boss Carl Poore insisted he withdrew his interest in Chris Senior and Ross Lloyd once had realised they were committed to Christchurch.
THE bins will be put back on Christchurch Quay today after the council performed a U-turn and bowed to residents’ concerns.
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WE HAVE a regular blue bin collection every two weeks and the time is usually late morning, sometimes even after lunch.
WRITING as one who has driven motorcycles, I get exhausted continually see gasket blowing illuminated signs requesting motorists to “Think Bike” and other similar notices.
MEDIA reports about NHS England’s plans to use a private company to remove patients who have not used their local GP practice in the last five years if they don’t reply to two letters is yet another example of how the government’s drive to save…
WHILE I have seen and agree that some people are leaving a lot of rubbish on the beach (absolute laziness and inconsideration for the next person using that spot), the seagulls are causing a lot of litter everywhere.
DOCTOR WHO'S arch enemies The Daleks will be roaming around The Tank Museum at Bovington this weekend.
DRAWINGS from some of the most celebrated artists to have ever put paint to canvas will be exhibited at Poole Museum, it has been announced.
A GRADE II listed house that was ravaged by fire is finally being restored 19 months after being almost totally destroyed.
CHERRIES winger Max Gradel looks set to avoid suspension for the start of the forthcoming Premier League season – after seeing red against Minnesota United.
A PRIMARY school teacher made his own version of Carpool Karaoke to mark his last week.
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Local resident Charles Trent sent in this photograph of Bourne Valley Gasworks staff on an outing circa 1920.
A VERY big thank you to all the wonderful people who helped me on Saturday, June 25, when I passed out in Winton outside Lidl, with no warning.
WITH our border patrol and immigration service stretched to the limit on both land and at sea, isn’t it time for the government to put a penny on income tax to beef up national security?
WALKERS in the New Forest are being urged to closed gates behind them following a horrific crash that left a teenager fighting for her life.
A GRANDMOTHER riding as a pillion passenger was killed after her husband’s motorcycle attempted to overtake a car turning right into a layby, an inquest heard.
A BROTHER and sister duo from Bournemouth are making a real splash in the sport of swimming and surf lifesaving.
CAMPAIGNERS have won their battle to prevent a huge “Buckingham Palace-style” mansion being built in the New Forest countryside.
BOURNEMOUTH has been picked to take part in a national drive to boost trading in British high streets.