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Live updates May 14, 2014
Updated 5:05pm Wednesday 14th May 2014 in News
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- Throughout the day we'll be bringing you breaking news, sport, traffic and travel updates as well as pictures and video.
We're launching a brand new 12-page entertainment section inside this Friday's Daily Echo called The Guide.
Inside you'll find cinema, tech and gadgets, music, going out and lots more. So don't miss it!
We'd love you to get involved by telling us which gigs you've enjoyed recently and giving us your film reviews, so tweet us @echo_guide or email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Meet Miles Bartram, the son of former Cherries goalkeeper Vince Bartram. He is set to follow in his father’s footsteps when he turns out for a Wembley final a week on Saturday.
Distance runner Steve Way, who once weighed 16-and-a-half stone and smoked 20-a-day, has been selected for Team England in this year’s Commonwealth Games marathon, hailing it “the proudest moment of my life”.
In our Echoes nostalgia section today we take a look back at 50 years of the Henry Brown Youth Club in West Howe. What are your memories of it?
Bournemouth University student Alex Geraghty has spoken of his experiences of living with mental illness.
The author of today's lead letter, who is under the age of 30, says they felt their generation was under represented at Saturday's meeting at the BIC on the wind farm and it's time to accept renewable energy. Do you agree?
We've teamed up with AFC Bournemouth and Talk Moneywise to offer one local youth football team the chance to win a brand new kit!
Children's TV presenter Chris Jarvis lent a helping hand to Bournemouth primary school pupils who were "blinging-up" their bikes for the Bournemouth Wheels Festival Nightglow ride.
Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and Elton John - an article about some of Bournemouth and Poole’s greatest rock and pop gigs prompted a number of readers to get in touch with their memories of previous concerts.
AFC Bournemouth say they haven't received any bids for Cherries star Lewis Grabban, despite intense speculation surrounding his future.
Star baker Paul Hollywood brought his first ever live tour to Bournemouth last night with fans travelling far and wide to see him.
A Chinese takeaway which was closed on food hygiene grounds has been allowed to re-open.
A man was rescued from the sea in the early hours of this morning after jumping from Bournemouth Pier.
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