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Replenishment and rebuilding work continuing on Avon beach after last year's storm

Storm-ravaged beaches are back to their best

Emergency services at scene of mobility scooter crash

UPDATE: Emergency services called after crash between car and mobility scooter

Roeshot Hill Allotments.

Is council about to move allotments five miles down the road?

Two diggers, one of which floats, have started moving sand and gravel at Mudeford as part of beach replenishment. Picture by Stephen Bath.

WATCH: How monster machines are repairing storm damaged beach

Pay and display machine stolen from Christchurch Hospital

Pay and display machine stolen from Christchurch Hospital

Some of the restored ditches and channels that are helping to boost wildlife at the Christchurch Harbour Site of Special Scientific Interest

Nature given a helping hand at site in Christchurch

The count for the Christchurch council elections

Absent councillor 'will be back to claim her seat', says Ukip

New flag designed by six-year-old girl unfurled at Christchurch Splash Park

New flag designed by six-year-old girl unfurled at Christchurch Splash Park

Amy Winehouse. Picture Yui Mok/PA Wire

Amy Winehouse's dad to warn pupils over dangers of substance abuse

Picture: Richard Crease

GALLERY: Children's books inspire pupils at Christchurch dance festival

MISSION: Matt Lillywhite

7,000 people wanted to help teen break song world record

Royston Burton with his medal

WATCH: 97-year-old veteran of Dunkirk, D-Day and Arnhem receives France's highest honour

Photograph shows club leader Sheila Craig (centre) with members of the Highcliffe Wednesday Club.

Club helping to bring older people together gets new name

Land at Marsh Lane in Christchurch which has been earmarked for a new primary school

Plans for new Christchurch primary school to be submitted

The diorama of 4,000 model soldiers created by local historian Martin Axton to mark the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo which is now on display at Highcliffe Castle.

4,000 model soldiers, 200 years: Highcliffe Castle display to mark Waterloo

RSPB Spider Specialist Tony Sheridan, centre left, documents spider species found at the RSPB's Stanpit Marsh Reserve for the bioblitz event in 2014.

Come count the wildlife at third Christchurch bioblitz

Photo from Rob Fall

Man arrested after crash leaves two injured in Christchurch

The Christchurch council election count

Christchurch's first Ukip councillor 'missing' since before the election

The former MOD site behind the Bailey Retail Park in Christchurch which was bought by Quantum.

Morrisons pull out, now Quantum's Asda store site up for sale in Christchurch supermarket saga

The Mayor of Christchurch Cllr Fred Neale joins a procession through the town

800th anniversary of Magna Carta celebrated in Christchurch

The annual Burton Armed Forces and Veterans Day event parade and service take place at the village green in Burton.

Dunkirk veterans march on Burton Armed Forces and Veterans Day

Plans for Christchurch supermarket shelved as Morrisons pull out of plan

Plans for Christchurch supermarket shelved as Morrisons pull out of plan

Submit image from Simons Developments. Pic is an artists impression of a proposed supermarket for Beagle Technology in Christchurch.  (22802466)

Morrisons "still reviewing" plans for store at Beagle Christchurch

I saw US fighter jets over Christchurch

"I saw US fighter jets over Upton"

Burton Armed Forces and Veterans Day in Burton village

Soldiers to march on Burton Armed Forces and Veterans Day

The row of houses in Stuart Road , Highcliffe which is the subject of a planning application

Your views wanted on plans for new retirement complex

Tents at Stanpit Recreation ground in Christchurch.

Travellers in tents set up at Stanpit

Jim Alexander, owner of Saufland Stores, with customers and local residents who have signed his petition against a cut price off licence taking over the Happy Pets site.

You win: Bargain booze store withdraws application after petition

Highcliffe high street

Campaigners bid to cut speed to 20mph through Highcliffe

Special interactive session helps pupils get 'waterwise'

Special interactive session helps pupils get 'waterwise'

Steph Thomas and Richard Taylor with their cat Pebbles who is recovering after being shot with an rifle near their Christchurch home.

Cat shot by air rifle has lucky escape after pellet misses heart

Harry and Charlie Thuillier from Mudeford make semi-finals of Sir Richard Branson's £1m Pitch to Rich contest

Next step for ice cream creators from Mudeford - pitching to Sir Richard Branson

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Christchurch to celebrate 800th anniversary of Magna Carta signing

Police investigating death of Mudeford man believe boat crew may have vital information

Police investigating death of Mudeford man believe boat crew may have vital information

The Thomas Tripp in Wick Lane, Christchurch

Thomas Tripp's pergola has ruined my garden

Leo waiting patiently. Picture: Poole Lifeboat

UPDATE: One man and his dog rescued after dinghy capsizes

The Meteor Retail Park,

Work at Meteor site to start "in weeks"

The former Vicarage at Quay Road in Christchurch.

Vicarage plan consultation 'too short' says councillor

Body found in Christchurch

Body found in River Stour

Roadworks cause 'gridlock' in Christchurch

Roadworks cause 'gridlock' in Christchurch

The former Vicarage at Quay Road in Christchurch.

'Party house' fears quashed as vicarage to become two homes

Jim Alexander, owner of Saufland Stores, with customers and local residents who have signed his petition

Bargain booze store will ruin neighbourhood: 900 residents sign petition

Coastguard crews during the search on Saturday

Body found in search for man who abandoned car at Mudeford

Police close Christchurch Bypass after 'man in danger on footbridge'

Police close Christchurch Bypass after 'man in danger on footbridge'

SET-UP: The campsite at Mudeford Recreation Ground

Group who set up camp at Mudeford move on

Luke Phillips accepting his award for Professional Chef of the Year from Food Festival Chairman, Vicki Hallam and senior travel editor at the Independent, Simon Calder.

Top Christchurch restaurants celebrated at Food and Wine Festival awards

COMEBACK: Restoration of the Jesse Window in Highcliffe Castle’s Great Hall in 1999. Picture courtesy of Dennis Booth

Highcliffe Castle's 'rise from the ashes' to be celebrated

Ward councillors Claire Bath and Trevor Watts with Richard Stride, chairman of Mudeford & District Fishermen’s Association by the new bin.

Find litter out at sea? put it in new bin, fishermen urged

'Number of people' hospitalised after taking drugs at Bournemouth 7s Festival

UPDATE: Eight people treated after taking drugs at Bournemouth 7s Festival

Bournemouth Musical Theatre's production of Oliver is at the Regent Centre in June

Hunt is on to find dog to play Bullseye in Oliver!

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