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Swanage lifeboat crews tackle two incidents in quick succession – Bournemouth Echo


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Swanage lifeboat crews tackle two incidents in quick succession
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Swanage RNLI's Shannon lifeboat was called by the UK Coastguard just after 10am to a 36ft yacht. They had received reports from a passing boat that the yacht had anchored near Durlston Head with no one responding to calls or yells. On being tasked to …

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Views wanted on Bournemouth’s plans for the future – Bournemouth Echo


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Views wanted on Bournemouth’s plans for the future
Bournemouth Echo
RESIDENTS and businesses are being encouraged to have their say on how Bournemouth accommodates future development across the town. Bournemouth Borough Council has now launched a review of the current Local Plan, a key policy document …

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Revealed: The 85 accident blackspots in Bournemouth that the council can’t afford to make safer – Bournemouth Echo


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Revealed: The 85 accident blackspots in Bournemouth that the council can’t afford to make safer
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MORE than 80 locations in Bournemouth need better road safety measures but the council can’t afford to install them. The shocking figure was revealed when a member of the public asked for traffic calming measures following a crash near his home in …

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Ryan Adams to Bournemouth’s first ever Metropole Market: 10 things not to miss this week – Bournemouth Echo


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Ryan Adams to Bournemouth’s first ever Metropole Market: 10 things not to miss this week
Bournemouth Echo
The first Dorset Wine Festival takes place at the prestigious 10 Castle Street in Cranborne this weekend showcasing over 80 wines from all over the world. 10. Bournemouth’s first ever Metropole Market takes over Holdenhurst Road on Sunday offering a

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Letter to the Editor: What are councillors doing to Bournemouth’s open spaces? – Bournemouth Echo


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Letter to the Editor: What are councillors doing to Bournemouth’s open spaces?
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The car park at Southbourne Crossroads is a relatively small site for modern development and should be left for the benefit of the residents and holidaymakers. We have a beautiful huge stretch of golden sand in Southbourne and very popular with people …

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In The Dock: 10 people from Bournemouth who have appeared in court – Bournemouth Echo


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In The Dock: 10 people from Bournemouth who have appeared in court
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DAVID JOY aged 37 of Seafield Road, Bournemouth, admits to driving a motor vehicle at Harewood Avenue, Bournemouth, on 13/8/17 after consuming 79 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, exceeding the prescribed limit. Fined £270. To pay …

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