Welcome to our new weekly round-up of things you might have missed - whether you've been away, working or just busy, we've selected some of our most popular and interesting items from the week in case you didn't see them the first time round.
8:42am Friday 31st October 2014
A MINISTER has sparked a debate over Halloween events he says encourage children to dress up as creatures that represent ‘far greater evil’ than Nazis and terrorists.
5:20am Thursday 30th October 2014
Concerns that Christchurch councillors are being “kept in the dark” led to questions over the decision-making process behind the borough’s new town centre strategy.
1:59pm Thursday 30th October 2014
A SERIES of road schemes carried out over more than a decade transformed modern Poole.
VIDEO: The railway man: 'oldest guard in the country' celebrates 90th birthday - and has no plans to retire
8:59am Thursday 30th October 2014
A MAN believed to be the oldest train guard in the country has celebrated his 90th birthday.
2:02pm Wednesday 29th October 2014
SUPERSTITIOUS Cherries owner Maxim Demin rarely attends the club’s matches because he feels he is a jinx.
5:40am Wednesday 29th October 2014
THE Conservative Party’s annual conference could be returning to Bournemouth, David Cameron has revealed.
10:15am Wednesday 29th October 2014
THE Dorset Destroyers – the first wheelchair rugby club in the county – is gathering momentum with 13 players attending the third of four taster sessions on Sunday.
6:20am Tuesday 28th October 2014
A MOTHER left Marks & Spencer in floods of tears after a cashier branded her tattoos “disgusting”.
12:40pm Monday 27th October 2014
EMERGENCY services were called to Sandbanks after a woman in a car ended up in the water.
5:40am Monday 27th October 2014
A CYCLIST is calling for action after a near miss with a car in the New Forest.
6:00am Friday 24th October 2014
A KITTEN found close to death in the back of a goods vehicle from France has made a full recovery and is looking for a new home.
My dad’s First World War memoirs had been in an attic for years – so I sold my house to publish them
5:20am Friday 24th October 2014
THE son of a First World War soldier has sold his Bournemouth home so he can publish his late father’s harrowing memoirs that have recently been unearthed.
And our best read stories of the week:
- Teen sailor's tragic death: Tributes paid to sailing star Jess
- UPDATE WITH VIDEO: Brace yourself for Hurricane Bertha, says the Met Office as yellow weather warning is issued
- Plea for help over missing Wimborne man
- UPDATED: Two men bailed after 541 cannabis plants uncovered at 'large-scale' factory in Bournemouth
- Mystery Poole man scoops £4million jackpot on scratchcard - the biggest UK win ever
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