Air Festival was a huge success

Bournemouth Echo: Check out all our pictures from day four of the Bournemouth Air Festival 2014 on Sunday, August 31. Picture by Richard Crease.

9:00am Monday 1st September 2014

The 2014 Bournemouth Air Festival has been a huge success.

Gazza wasting police time

Bournemouth Echo:

9:00am Saturday 30th August 2014

PEOPLE often claim ‘high profile’ people get a different – as in better- service than the rest of us.

Blown away by Air Festival

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10:00am Friday 29th August 2014

THE Bournemouth Air Festival took off in fine fashion yesterday.

In the public interest or not

Bournemouth Echo:

10:00am Thursday 28th August 2014

JOHN Clarke was not the first teacher to have been convicted of downloading indecent images of children.

A spineless, cowardly pair

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10:05am Wednesday 27th August 2014

HIT-and-run seemed to be the flavour of the weekend.

Taxpayers to foot the bill

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10:15am Tuesday 26th August 2014

THERE will be an element of ‘I told you so’ from residents and councillors in Creekmoor today.

Calm presence on marches

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10:56am Monday 25th August 2014

THE police often come in for criticism.

Officialdom and censorship

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9:00am Saturday 23rd August 2014

THERE’S been some criticism, not least of this newspaper, for reporting in advance details of the two marches in Bournemouth today and claims by some people who should know better, that any problems arising will have been the fault of the media.

Cases leave lasting damage

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10:00am Friday 22nd August 2014

THE criminal justice system tests the strength and righteousness of a prosecution case and (if it works properly) will find it wanting if the evidence is not there.

Countdown to Air Festival has begun

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9:00am Thursday 21st August 2014

QUESTIONABLE weather, busy roads and disrupted train journeys. Yes, it must be another Bank Holiday. More than two million Britons will head overseas in the next few days, 7,000 from Bournemouth Airport apparently.

Not a great green day

Bournemouth Echo: New Forest MP is looking for cycling events to be licensed.

10:12am Wednesday 20th August 2014

RAIL fares are set to rise by 3.5% from January next year. That’s bad news for train passengers.

Success in placements

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Tuesday 19th August 2014

IT might have been a long time coming but the right decision has been made.

Moving house for a good cause

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Monday 18th August 2014

IT SEEMS people continue to find new and novel ways to raise money for charity.

Never ever drink and drive

Bournemouth Echo:

9:00am Saturday 16th August 2014

ONCE again someone has lost their life due to a drink-driver.

Applaud A Level successes

Bournemouth Echo: A Level Results Day at Bournemouth School 2014

11:00am Friday 15th August 2014

CONGRATULATIONS to all those who did well in their A level exams.

They shall not be moved

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Thursday 14th August 2014

WHAT would you do if travellers kept moving from site to site and you were spending taxpayers’ money on evicting them?

Gardens need destroying

Bournemouth Echo:

11:05am Wednesday 13th August 2014

PICTURES in today’s Daily Echo show what, at first glimpse, is quite a well-kept garden.

Stay vigilant on internet

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Tuesday 12th August 2014

ONLINE fraud is big business and it must be difficult for the authorities to catch the scammers.

Former hurricane passes by

Bournemouth Echo:

11:15am Monday 11th August 2014

WEATHER forecasters had predicted a sting in the tail as the remnants of Hurricane Bertha hit the region.

Ice plan is sure fire winner

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9:00am Saturday 9th August 2014

IN any public survey about the facilities that Bournemouth needs, an ice rink always comes top of the list as far as local residents are concerned.

The travellers and the law

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Friday 8th August 2014

AND so the circus goes on. It’s August and the merry dance that travellers have been leading the police and local authorities is now in full swing.

Early bin round refuseniks

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Thursday 7th August 2014

WAKING up to clattering of bins, the rumble of trucks and the chatter of refuse crews is not exactly the same as slowly stirring to the gentle sound of chirruping blackbirds. Bin collections in Bournemouth are starting at 5am to prevent workers suffering sunstroke or heat exhaustion. Council chiefs point out that productivity is better when it’s cooler and teams are working under extreme pressure. The obvious danger is that grumpiness levels (and temperatures) may rise from those deprived of their full allocation of sleep. Bin supremos may not have given this problem enough thought.

Lucky win with scratchcard

Bournemouth Echo:

10:40am Wednesday 6th August 2014

WHAT would you do if you won £4m?

Police find Duke’s a hazard

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10:19am Tuesday 5th August 2014

AS a PR own goal it was a classic, a bit like the car. When a Dorset police officer decided to book a Wimborne driver for having an ‘illegal’ air horn, he obviously had no idea of the publicity that would rain down on the force.

Let’s remember the fallen

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11:00am Monday 4th August 2014

TODAY marks 100 years since the world changed forever.

PM and Chancellor's visit especially appropriate

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8:00am Saturday 2nd August 2014

IT was especially appropriate that David Cameron and George Osborne should come to the Royal Marines base at Poole now. This weekend marks the start of the Great War commemorations, a conflict that began for this country 100 years ago on Monday. As the nation remembers the sacrifices made between 1914-18, the visit of the PM and Chancellor was a reminder of sacrifices in more recent conflicts such as the Falklands, Iraq and Afghanistan. Respect and loyalty were the key messages yesterday. Not things politicians have always shown the military over the years.

A new star of the air show

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10:45am Friday 1st August 2014

TOM Lackey is 94 and has already done quite a few things most of us would never dream of attempting.

Saluting our 999 heroes

Bournemouth Echo:

11:00am Thursday 31st July 2014

THINK about a paramedic’s job and you might wonder why people do it.

Inspiration past and present

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11:00am Wednesday 30th July 2014

ON Monday we mark the centenary of the beginning of World War One.

Anti-social on the streets

Bournemouth Echo: Homelessness in Bournemouth

11:00am Tuesday 29th July 2014

IT only takes a brief walk around the centre of Bournemouth to tell you that there is a problem on the streets.

Idea could be a good call

Bournemouth Echo: Bournemouth East MP Tobias Ellwood

11:25am Monday 28th July 2014

LIFE in Dorset and the New Forest offers some experiences so beautiful that you wouldn’t want to be distracted by the ringing of a phone.

Remembering all the Fallen

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9:00am Saturday 26th July 2014

TODAY we tell the story of Sergeant Frederick Riggs, killed while leading his men against a German offensive on the morning of October 1, 1918, a little over a month before the end of the Great War. Sgt Riggs of Bournemouth was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross.

Staying safe on busy roads

Bournemouth Echo:

10:21am Friday 25th July 2014

YESTERDAY was a grim one on our roads.

Clear view to the windfarm

Bournemouth Echo: DIVISIVE: Navitus Bay has split opinions locally

10:59am Thursday 24th July 2014

THE position may not come as any great surprise, but Bournemouth council has now made clear where it stands on the windfarm.

Modernising to stay on top

Bournemouth Echo:

11:01am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

THE skyline of Bournemouth is changing. New buildings have sprung up alongside the Wessex Way.

Secrets, lies and politics

Bournemouth Echo: Former Bournemouth East MP David Atkinson dies

10:00am Tuesday 22nd July 2014

DAVID Atkinson was the MP for Bournemouth East for nearly 30 years.

Weather a boon for us all

Bournemouth Echo: Weekend weather: sun set to carry on shining across Dorset

10:25am Monday 21st July 2014

SO the expected downpour predicted for Dorset on Saturday never happened.

Scheme goes West (Central)

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9:00am Saturday 19th July 2014

PLANS to redevelop the former bus station site in Bournemouth into a £50m leisure complex look close to becoming a reality.

Staggering scale of abuse

Bournemouth Echo:

11:30am Friday 18th July 2014

GEORGE Gibbs is every parent’s worst nightmare. As the judge who jailed him for life said, outwardly he was charming, sociable and generous.

It’s deja vu all over again

Bournemouth Echo:

10:42am Thursday 17th July 2014

IT’S summer and the perennial issue of illegal traveller encampments is back, perhaps a little later than usual.

Don’t be a bike theft victim

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10:27am Tuesday 15th July 2014

STEALING bikes is now big business.

Enjoying their freedoms

Bournemouth Echo:

10:05am Monday 14th July 2014

SEVENTY years ago this past weekend, barbed wire was removed from the local coast. After five years of war, the authorities were confident enough to let people back onto the beaches.

Wound up over wind farm

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9:00am Saturday 12th July 2014

THOSE who watched the wind farm debate in the Commons on Wednesday will not be surprised by the reaction of the MP who called it. He described the government’s response by junior minister Ed Vaizey as “risible.” Others might not have been so charitable.

Fuelling up for more debate

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11:10am Friday 11th July 2014

THERE was a lot of sound and fury but in the end, the disruption wasn’t that much to write home about.

An unacceptably high price

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10:08am Thursday 10th July 2014

HUNDREDS of motorists, perhaps more, would have found their journey disrupted yesterday after two serious road traffic incidents in Dorset.

Trust key for ‘private police’

Bournemouth Echo:

10:14am Wednesday 9th July 2014

BOSCOMBE’S problems are well documented, but so are the authorities’ attempts to solve them.

Too many failings already

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10:17am Tuesday 8th July 2014

AS an illustration of how times change, the job of court reporter is a good yardstick. Twenty years ago, cases of child sex abuse were few in the criminal justice system and rarely reported. Today, they appear on court lists every single day. Everyone has been shocked by the extent of Jimmy Savile’s crimes. The latest issue involving Westminster is another test of the trust in our institutions. The inquiry announced yesterday must leave no stone unturned. That lesson has surely been learned. There have too many appalling failures by too many organisations already.

Investment is very welcome

Bournemouth Echo: Long delays as car fire closes A338

9:45am Monday 7th July 2014

NEWS today that both the Port of Poole and Bournemouth Airport, among others, are to benefit from millions of pounds of government cash is welcome.

Welcome, cardboard PCs

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9:00am Saturday 5th July 2014

WOULD-BE shoplifters in Bournemouth could find themselves confronted by a life-size cardboard policeman.

The shame of drink drivers

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9:48am Friday 4th July 2014

FOR some the message just doesn’t get through. And a number of them are today’s front page.






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