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January 20, 2014
Updated 5:56pm Monday 20th January 2014 in News
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Our traffic feed is reporting there is queueing traffic on the A338 Spur Road between Blackwater Junction and the Cooper Dean roundabout due to an accident southbound.
This Blueberry and Limoncello Drizzle Cake is one of the delicious recipes chef Lorraine Pascale is sharing in our food and drink section.
An innovative scheme that has introduced community student street wardens to Winton is being extended.
Our traffic feed is reporting an accident on Bingham Road, which is blocking both ways. Recovery work at A3049 Alma Road / Stoke Wood Road. Police on scene.
The Avon Causeway has been reopened:
Avon Causeway at #Hurn, #Christchurch now OPEN following subsidence of flooding.— @TravelDorset 20 January 2014
Haven't got tickets for Cherries v Liverpool this weekend? we're giving you the chance to watch the action in our competition as we have a pair of tickets up for grabs.
The 'Bank of Bournemouth' pilot scheme has been delayed by up to six months due to legal issues.
Here's a look at today's Daily Echo reader letters:
- Where's all the regeneration? Projects would create jobs in Poole
- Many thanks for great care
- Happy times at church hall
- Tidal idea for more energy
The Met Office has issued a 'yellow' warning for fog for Dorset overnight.
The £76k 'Welcome to Bournemouth' sign has been out of action for more than a week because of problems with the electricity supply.
Six-year-old Elliot Gower, who has cerebral palsy, lived his dream of being a Red Arrows pilot and a fireman over the weekend.
AFC Bournemouth fans camped out on Friday night to bag their tickets for the big FA Cup game against Liverpool – but many were left disappointed. Were you one of them?
We've created a picture gallery from Cherries v Watford on Saturday
You can also find other coverage of the game by clicking the links below:
- Pugh rejects Almunia's dive claim
- Wadley's Verdict: AFC Bournemouth 1 Watford 1
- Mixed emotions for Cherries boss Howe
- Elphick carries the can after conceding crucial free-kick
- VIDEO: Grabban takes centre stage in Dean Court draw
Tributes have been paid to young father and popular Poole Borough FC footballer Shane Stanley, who died in his sleep on Friday.
There are problems on the trains this morning once again between Bournemouth and Weymouth due to poor rail conditions, with delays of up to 30 minutes.
Tributes have been paid to Bournemouth School for Girls pupil Connie Moore who died of meningitis yesterday.
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