LUKE Holmes is set to play for Poole Town tomorrow – despite arch-rivals Wimborne Town's informal approach to lure back the teenager.
A 75-YEAR-OLD man caught in possession of hundreds of indecent images of children has been given a three-year community order.
SWEAR words were gouged into the paintwork of cars parked in the West Parley area at the weekend.
THE Twin Sails Bridge will be closed overnight tonight for testing to be carried out on its hydraulic system.
Here are the winners from the 2015 Bournemouth Marathon festival.
CHILDREN at Upton Junior School have celebrated the opening of two new classrooms - replacing two dilapidated "temporary" classrooms which were in place for 20 years.
A WOMAN has been banned from keeping animals for five years after her starving lurcher was found to be "grossly underweight, emaciated and skeletal".
NEW Milton Town have been handed a tricky tie in the FA Vase first round proper with Western League leaders Buckland Athletic heading to Fawcett’s Field.
TWO people have been taken to hospital after a car crashed into traffic lights in Kinson.
KIND-hearted children transformed their East Dorset school into a bakery to raise money for Syrian refugees last week.
CHERRIES defender Elliott Ward is reportedly set to extend his loan at Championship club Huddersfield Town.
It's been labelled an Indian Summer with beautiful sunny weather in September and October.
PURBECK District Council has won a Federation of Small Business award for stepping in to shore up confidence at Dorset Green Technology Park.
Weeks of works on one of the main diversion routes from the A338 rebuild started yesterday.
ENGLAND manager Roy Hodgson revealed Cherries striker Callum Wilson had been “on the radar” for a full international call-up prior to his knee ligament injury.
IMPATIENT and rude drivers hurled abuse at marshals during the Bournemouth Marathon.
A GATHERING of once feared Sheriffs, who formerly carried out the King's wishes in the county, collecting taxes and hanging criminals, took place in Poole.
A BREAST cancer survivor from Dorset is set to become a catwalk star when she takes part in a charity fashion show in London.
Drivers are stuck in gridlock around Bournemouth University this morning after a 15ft tree fell on a car.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a series of criminal damage after about 40 vehicles were damaged in the New Forest in three-hour period.
REGARDING your story “Bus pass costs of OAP tourists” (Daily Echo, October 1), I assume the ticket machine on the buses can differentiate between Bournemouth Borough Council passes and others. I do not believe coach operator hotel visitors fill…
BUS passes, as well as helping with mobility, are cost effective and a help to the economy. Before their introduction, retired persons would go into town once or twice a week for mainly food shopping, now more journeys are undertaken. Purchases are…
THE decision of the council leaders of Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch and East Dorset to promote and work to become one council is a great step forward for this conurbation. Aside from the obvious removal of administrative duplication, it will…
I WOULD like to respond to the letter from D Foster (Daily Echo October 2) regarding councillors’ expenses.
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STAFF members at Bournemouth University have celebrated a significant phase in the construction of its new academic building.
PARENTS have complained about the organisation of a Bournemouth Marathon Festival event after up to 50 juniors reportedly lost out on their medals.
A MAN had to be cut free after the car he was travelling in was found in a field off the Upton Bypass.
IT was once a factory producing curtains.
THE biggest and oldest advertising agency in Bournemouth has been sold.
A MASSIVE conger eel the size of a large dog was found washed up at Sandbanks over the weekend.
SOME youngsters can't wait to bang on drums or play guitar, but these pupils are all about classical music.
A RECORD £15,297 was raised in donations at this year's Great Dorset Steam Fair.
A MULTI-SPORTS centre used for international tournaments and Premier League football training has been officially opened by Cherries manager Eddie Howe.
In the last month, hundreds have drivers have been stuck in seemingly unexplainable gridlock on the A338.
A WOMAN who said she was left looking like 'Worzel Gummidge' after a hair treatment went awry has won a settlement from her hairdresser.
GLENN Murray felt “personal errors” had cost Cherries two precious points as he reflected on an eventful first start for his new club.
A REFORMED robber convicted of handling stolen goods has been given a second chance by a judge.
BOSS Eddie Howe threw his support behind Artur Boruc and backed the Cherries stopper to swiftly push aside his high-profile error against Watford.
A DARING centenarian realised a lifetime ambition to have her head in the clouds by taking a trip in a giant tethered balloon.
A CAMPAIGN is underway to help pay for the headstone of a baby boy who died weeks after his parents reported they were living in their car.
AN alternative school based in Ringwood is to open to sixth form students for the first time.
From tomorrow, large shops will have to charge you 5p for every carrier bag you use. Here's your guide to how the rules work.
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RUSHTON DENNIS BRUCE Passed away peacefully on Tuesday 29th September. Much loved husband to Shirley, father to Paul, grandpa to Carolyn and Graham, great-grandpa to Harry and brother to Ruby. Funeral to be held 11:15 am Monday 12th October at…
LAURENCE HENRY STEVENS (Deceased) Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 any persons having a claim against or an interest in the Estate of the aforementioned deceased, late of 19 Stirling Way Christchurch Dorset BH23 4JJ, who died on 31/07/2015, are…
MORE than 11,000 runners took part over the two days of this year's Bournemouth Marathon Festival.