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January 22, 2014
Updated 4:42pm Wednesday 22nd January 2014 in News
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- Breaking news, headlines, pictures and more from the Bournemouth Daily Echo on January 22, 2014
Moorlands Road in West Moors has been closed due to fallen power cables.
An appeal has gone out for former Poole Sea Cadets to help the unit celebrate its 75th birthday in February.
Our traffic is reporting Preston Lane in Christchurch is blocked due to flooding between Salisbury Road and Hawthorn Road / Waterditch Road.
You have until midnight to enter our competition to win a pair of tickets to see AFC Bournemouth against Liverpool on Saturday!
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was grabbed by the throat during an alleged attempted robbery in Boscombe precinct last week.
The Met Office has issued a 'yellow' warning for heavy rian on Friday with potential for further localised flooding.
Our traffic feed is reporting a car fire on Ringwood Road in Bearwood.
There is queueing traffic and the road is partially blocked due to recovery work over Longham Bridge.
Which Dorset bed and breakfast has been named best in the world by TripAdvisor?
Councillors are being asked to consider implementing a Designated Public Places Order (DPPO) which would enable the police to use additional enforcement powers to tackle anti-social behaviour caused by street drinking across the whole of Bournemouth.
The cost to repair Dorset’s crumbling roads could be as much as £135k after Dorset County Council had 1,800 potholes reported in just three weeks.
Meet Vince Golden, the creator of a fast-paced sports game called yBall.
He's hoping to get youngsters across Dorset involved and hopes one day it might be played in the Olympics.
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers is visiting Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
There's just three more sleeps to go until AFC Bournemouth take on Liverpool in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Milton Graham is urging Eddie How's men to "seize the day" as they try to write a new chapter in the Cherries record books.
Looking for a new home? then don't miss Location, your weekly property magazine inside today's Daily Echo.
Fire crews cut two people from the wreckage of their cars following a crash at Corfe Mullen last night.
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