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Christchurch

Noisy Platter - signature dish at The Noisy Lobster

Review: The Noisy Lobster – good food but pricey

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First the pink pigeon, now it's a red seagull

First the pink pigeon, now it's a red seagull

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Train services to be suspended between Branksome and New Forest over Christmas

UPDATE: Buses to replace trains from Bournemouth over Christmas

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Back row (L-R): Club members Roy Philpot and Arthur Ecclestone, Club Secretary Norman Simpson Front row (L-R): Club Chairman Keith Harris, Sportability Area Organiser Tim Worner, and regular Sportability participant Wills Aston.

Gun club honoured for work with people with paralysis

Roeshot Hill Allotments.

Council can't buy replacement allotment land - it's already been sold

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DESIRABLE: Beach hut for sale for £215,000 on Mudeford Spit

Not Mudeford's most expensive hut ever - but it still costs more than a house

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Maritime and Coastguard Agency training centre at Steamer Point in Christchurch

Twice refused but homes plan for Steamer Point site get go-ahead

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The police station and magistrates court site at Barrack Road in Christchurch.

Future of Bargates site to be discussed behind closed doors

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Charlie Blake, nine, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes a year ago and who recently climbed Snowdon with his mother Katy and brother Jake, seven, to raise funds for diabetes charity JDRF.

Youngster with diabetes climbs mountain for charity

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File picture

UPDATE: Traffic easing on the A35 at Christchurch after van overturns

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Stop using the pavements as an ashtray, says council leader

Stop using the pavements as an ashtray, says council leader

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Have your say on car park's anti-social behaviour problem

Have your say on car park's anti-social behaviour problem

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In the frame: Bob Taylor, Bournemouth Water's Managing Director, presents a framed copy of the 53lb salmon picture to Tony Timms, Curator, The Royalty Fishery Museum, watched by Alison Ramsay, Company Secretary, and In the frame: Bob Taylor, Bournemouth W

Giant salmon caught at Mudeford was real – and now picture proves it

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Christchurch Carnival parade in 2014

Christchurch Carnival to wow crowds on Sunday

ISSUES: Entrance road to Saxon Square car park in Christchurch

Anti-social behaviour in car park 'making hotel guests feel intimidated'

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Armed police, dog unit and helicopter search for burglar

UPDATE: Police helicopter, armed response and dog unit in search for burglar

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Christchurch Sea Cadets at Christchurch Quay who need volunteers to keep the club running.

We need you: sea cadets face closure over lack of volunteers

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Bomb disposal crew detonates WWII grenade in sea off Hengistbury Head

Bomb disposal crew detonates WWII grenade in sea off Hengistbury Head

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Twelve thousand people turn out for Mudeford Raft Race

Twelve thousand people turn out for Mudeford Raft Race

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The Cobb's Holiday Park site at Gordon Road in Highcliffe.

Plans for holiday park site approved despite concerns

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WATCH: The Christchuch coffee guru going viral by rapping on a speed boat

WATCH: The Christchuch coffee guru going viral by rapping on a speed boat

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The Emporium in Christchurch (24776893)

Plans for transforming Mostyns into Emporium published - three months after it opened

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How the piggery looked before the transformation.

Former piggery becomes state-of-the-art music centre

Linda Cook of Heartizans Deli with, left to right, Tim Noakes of Egar & Scott, Manoj Patel of Urban Health and Kemal Azzeddin of Loch & Quay who are all members of the new 'Heart of Christchurch' group for independent traders.

Shops stay open late to attract more visitors to Christchurch

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10,000 people flock to Mudeford Arts Festival

10,000 people flock to Mudeford Arts Festival

Highcliffe castle viewed from the air with the help of Bournemouth Helicopters.

Orienteering course launched at Highcliffe Castle

Regent Centre manager Greg Rawlings with deputy manager Felicity Crabb in the new Circle Bar

Regent Centre reopens after toilets and coffee bar revamp

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Work continuing at the Christchurch Hospital site.

Multi-million pound Christchurch Hospital project takes shape

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Lifeboat rescues 32 foot yacht run aground in bad weather

VIDEO: Lifeboat rescues crew from yacht run aground in bad weather

Children at Somerford Youth Club will be taking part in a Boogie Nights production

'We love to boogie on a Saturday night' - Christchurch youngsters to perform musical

Jon Winter at John O'Groats

Land's End to John O'Groats in memory of step mum

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Rachel Booth with her wedding and engagement rings which she lost while swimming at Friars Cliff and which were found by metal detectorists two days later.

Rings lost in the sea found by metal detectorists

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Serial bus thief took Swanage double decker on joyride across country

Serial bus thief took Swanage double decker on joyride across country

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Road closed after pick-up truck overturns

UPDATE: Road re-opened after pick-up truck overturns

Gordon Road resident Phil Maier stood on his drive with the petition he has raised against plans for the site.

Highcliffe homes plan recommended despite objections

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CCTV: Men tried to steal boat but it floated away

CCTV: Men tried to steal boat but it floated away

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Christchurch Police Station at Barrack Road in Christchurch

Rapid response police could move to Christchurch fire station when police station closes

Chilli the Dogue de Bordeaux with her show ring prize and her proud owner Jodie Lane

Sopley residents enjoy tractor rides and clay pigeon shooting at traditional fete

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Boost for Christchurch Life Saving Club after theft

Place Mill in Christchurch.

Council asks: how should we use historic watermill?

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Nathan Brown, picture from the British Transport Police

Thug beat man with belt buckle in front of victim's family at railway station

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As part of development work at Christchurch Hospital, a new care home and senior living apartments are due to be built. Construction Director at Quantum, far left joins Head of Estates at RBH and Christchurch Hospitals, Edwin Davies, front left, along wit

New care home will create 100 new jobs

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Burley Road leading to Bransgore is closed for nine weeks due to bridge work.

Main route into village closed for nine weeks

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Artists's impression of new plans for Meteor Retail Park on Somerford Road in Christchurch.

Aldi, Sports Direct and Poundland confirmed for new retail park

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Sisters to mark milestone birthdays with charity skydive

Sisters to mark milestone birthdays with charity skydive

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Matthew Enock, Jay Simpson, Clyde Piercy and David Langridge who cycled from Christchurch to Paris and raised £500 for Julia's House children's hospice in the process.

Friends cycle to Paris from Christchurch for Julia’s House

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UKIP Councillor Janet Abbott outside the Civic Offices in Christchurch.

‘Missing’ Ukip councillor returns to claim seat a day before deadline

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Ladies from local Women's Institutes around Dorset gather at the Regent Centre in Christchurch to listen to a live broadcast of the National Federation of Women's Institutes 2015 Centenary Annual Meeting from The Royal Albert Hall.

Christchurch venue hosts live stream of WI centenary celebrations attended by The Queen

The Beagle Technology site at Stony Lane in Christchurch.

Council’s £60k to fund costs of failed Morrisons scheme

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Meningitis victim Lauren Downey (right) with best friend Ellie Winter (left).

Best friend raises cash in memory of “incredible” teen who died of meningitis

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