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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.


Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

14 March 2022
Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

14 March 2022

HUNDREDS of millions of pounds would be needed to fix Hampshire’s "declining" road network.


NHS boss admits staffing black hole

13 March 2022
NHS boss admits staffing black hole

NHS boss admits staffing black hole

13 March 2022

THE chief executive of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has admitted there is a staffing black hole, following a poor CQC inspection.


More than 60 Afghan refugee families living in Hampshire, say county council

09 March 2022
More than 60 Afghan refugee families living in Hampshire, say county council

More than 60 Afghan refugee families living in Hampshire, say county council

09 March 2022

MORE than 60 Afghan refugee families are now living in Hampshire, according to new statistics.


Gender bias still prevalent as world comes together to celebrate women

08 March 2022
Gender bias still prevalent as world comes together to celebrate women

Gender bias still prevalent as world comes together to celebrate women

08 March 2022

WOMEN are still facing gender-based bias in all walks of life – and we all have a part to play in recognising and tackling it.


Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

07 March 2022
Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

07 March 2022

MORE electric vehicle charge points could be rolled out in Christchurch in partnership with a private provider.


Don't abuse Hampshire-based Russians over Ukraine war – plea

04 March 2022
Don't abuse Hampshire-based Russians over Ukraine war – plea

Don't abuse Hampshire-based Russians over Ukraine war – plea

04 March 2022

RUSSIANS living in Hampshire bear no responsibility for the ongoing war in Ukraine, HCC's leader has said.


Warning Hampshire care cuts will have major impact on elderly

04 March 2022
Warning Hampshire care cuts will have major impact on elderly

Warning Hampshire care cuts will have major impact on elderly

04 March 2022

PROPOSALS to slash community grant funding will have a major impact on the lives of elderly people in Hampshire, a care provider has warned.


Hampshire prepared to shelter Ukrainian refugees, county council says

28 February 2022
Hampshire prepared to shelter Ukrainian refugees, county council says

Hampshire prepared to shelter Ukrainian refugees, county council says

28 February 2022

HAMPSHIRE is prepared to take Ukrainian refugees fleeing their homeland, the county council has confirmed.


Clock ticking on jubilee street party applications

25 February 2022
Clock ticking on jubilee street party applications

Clock ticking on jubilee street party applications

25 February 2022

STREET party organisers in the New Forest and Christchurch have less than two months to apply for road closures for the Queen’s platinum jubilee.


Christchurch households face council tax hike

25 February 2022
Christchurch households face council tax hike

Christchurch households face council tax hike

25 February 2022

CHRISTCHURCH residents will pay an average of about £1,970 for band D council tax from April.


Netting 'killing birds' on Christchurch buildings

25 February 2022
Netting 'killing birds' on Christchurch buildings

Netting 'killing birds' on Christchurch buildings

25 February 2022

NETTING on thatched buildings in Christchurch is causing death and injury to birds, councillors have been told.


Rising living costs put Hampshire on 'red alert'

21 February 2022
Rising living costs put Hampshire on 'red alert'

Rising living costs put Hampshire on 'red alert'

21 February 2022

RISING energy bills, food prices and transport costs have put Hampshire on "red alert", according to the county's Citizens Advice group.


£80m budget cuts approved by Hampshire County Council

21 February 2022
£80m budget cuts approved by Hampshire County Council

£80m budget cuts approved by Hampshire County Council

21 February 2022

BUDGET cuts of £80m have been voted through by Hampshire County Council.


Pensioners to fork out more for meals on wheels

18 February 2022
Pensioners to fork out more for meals on wheels

Pensioners to fork out more for meals on wheels

18 February 2022

PENSIONERS paying for Hampshire’s meals on wheels service will soon be forking out more money for their food.


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