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'More learning to do' after critical inspection, admits NHS boss

25 May 2022
'More learning to do' after critical inspection, admits NHS boss

'More learning to do' after critical inspection, admits NHS boss

25 May 2022

THE boss of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has admitted there is "more learning to do" after a concerning inspection report earlier this year.

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Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

24 May 2022
Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

24 May 2022

ONLINE viewers hoping to catch up with the latest news from BCP Council’s overview and scrutiny committee were met with a blank screen.


'Questions need to be asked' – non-white children five times more likely to be stopped by police

23 May 2022
'Questions need to be asked' – non-white children five times more likely to be stopped by police

'Questions need to be asked' – non-white children five times more likely to be stopped by police

23 May 2022

NEW research suggests non-white children in Hampshire are up to five times more likely to be stopped and searched compared with white children.


Cllr Keith Mans replaced as Hampshire County Council leader

19 May 2022
Cllr Keith Mans replaced as Hampshire County Council leader

Cllr Keith Mans replaced as Hampshire County Council leader

19 May 2022

BROCKENHURST'S county councillor Keith Mans has been replaced by Cllr Rob Humby as Conservative leader of Hampshire County Council.


Construction inflation could cost council £4.5m

16 May 2022
Construction inflation could cost council £4.5m

Construction inflation could cost council £4.5m

16 May 2022

RISING costs in the construction industry mean Hampshire County Council is set to lose millions of pounds via ongoing projects.


Extension set for for private flytipping investigation scheme

16 May 2022
Extension set for for private flytipping investigation scheme

Extension set for for private flytipping investigation scheme

16 May 2022

A PILOT scheme contracting out flytipping investigation and enforcement could be extended until November.


Social worker recruitment 'in worst position ever'

09 May 2022
Social worker recruitment 'in worst position ever'

Social worker recruitment 'in worst position ever'

09 May 2022

SOCIAL worker recruitment in the Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole area is thought to be in the worst position it has ever been.


How virtual reality is helping Hampshire foster carers

06 May 2022
How virtual reality is helping Hampshire foster carers

How virtual reality is helping Hampshire foster carers

06 May 2022

VIRTUAL reality is helping foster carers in Hampshire to understand how young people experience trauma.


Council ‘overwhelmed’ by Ukraine housing offers

04 May 2022
Council ‘overwhelmed’ by Ukraine housing offers

Council ‘overwhelmed’ by Ukraine housing offers

04 May 2022

MORE than 1,400 families in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area have offered to host families fleeing from the war in Ukraine.


‘Grind to a halt’ – traffic warning amid plea over public transport

29 April 2022
‘Grind to a halt’ – traffic warning amid plea over public transport

‘Grind to a halt’ – traffic warning amid plea over public transport

29 April 2022

PARTS of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole will grind to a halt unless more can be persuaded away from their cars, a transport chief has warned.


BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

28 April 2022
BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

BCP Council planning chief defends Christchurch decisions

28 April 2022

BCP Council’s planning chair has defended his leadership and the committee against further complaints about Christchurch decisions.


Christchurch Town Council offers to buy Waitrose car park

28 April 2022
Christchurch Town Council offers to buy Waitrose car park

Christchurch Town Council offers to buy Waitrose car park

28 April 2022

CHRISTCHURCH Town Council said it could buy the car park at Waitrose amid disputed claims the retailer might quit if it cannot control the land.


'An affront to democracy' – Tory 'Covid councillors' brought in to vote at meeting

27 April 2022
'An affront to democracy' – Tory 'Covid councillors' brought in to vote at meeting

'An affront to democracy' – Tory 'Covid councillors' brought in to vote at meeting

27 April 2022

AN investigation has been called for after claims that two Conservative councillors who were unwell were brought in to vote at a BCP Council meeting.


Transport price hike for Hampshire post-16 pupils with additional needs

12 April 2022
Transport price hike for Hampshire post-16 pupils with additional needs

Transport price hike for Hampshire post-16 pupils with additional needs

12 April 2022

TRANSPORT provided by the county council for college students with additional needs will be more expensive and not cater to individual timetables.


Fifty-plus Ukrainian refugees expected in BCP Council area

05 April 2022
Fifty-plus Ukrainian refugees expected in BCP Council area

Fifty-plus Ukrainian refugees expected in BCP Council area

05 April 2022

MORE than 50 Ukraine refugees could be arriving in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area within the coming days.


Lymington High Street parking – county council turns down pleas to reconsider charges

01 April 2022
Lymington High Street parking – county council turns down pleas to reconsider charges

Lymington High Street parking – county council turns down pleas to reconsider charges

01 April 2022

PLEAS for the county council to reconsider enforcing parking charges for Lymington High Street have been voted down.


Funding plea for ‘unacceptable’ local mental health services

31 March 2022
Funding plea for ‘unacceptable’ local mental health services

Funding plea for ‘unacceptable’ local mental health services

31 March 2022

MENTAL health services are in desperate need of better funding from the government, a local NHS boss has pleaded.


DP World commercial director resigns from Solent Freeport board after P&O Ferries backlash

29 March 2022
DP World commercial director resigns from Solent Freeport board after P&O Ferries backlash

DP World commercial director resigns from Solent Freeport board after P&O Ferries backlash

29 March 2022

THE UK commercial director of DP World has resigned from the board of Solent Freeport in the wake of the backlash over the mass sackings.

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Fire service plans body cams and more support for vulnerable

18 March 2022
Fire service plans body cams and more support for vulnerable

Fire service plans body cams and more support for vulnerable

18 March 2022

NEW body cams for firefighters and visits to vulnerable residents have been promised as part of plans to make Hampshire a safer place to live.


Pandemic deepening Hampshire's mental health inequalities – reports

18 March 2022
Pandemic deepening Hampshire's mental health inequalities – reports

Pandemic deepening Hampshire's mental health inequalities – reports

18 March 2022

SOCIAL inequalities in mental health have been widened as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to reports.


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