FRESH calls have been made to bring in a BCP Council planning committee dedicated to the Christchurch area.
PLANS to slash Hampshire County Council’s public health budget have been changed following a public outcry
AROUND £6m is expected to be spent putting a private IT network in place for BCP Council.
MORE must be done to ensure families get closure over the deaths of loved ones in the care of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, say politicians.
THE leader of BCP Council was accused by a Christchurch councillor of acting like “Billy Big Balls” over his administration’s approach to budgeting.
A COMPLAINT made about Hampshire’s police and crime commissioner (PCC) was heard by councillors behind closed doors.
ONGOING shortages of HGV drivers should not affect road gritting – that's the message from Hampshire County Council as winter approaches.
RESIDENTS could be hit in the pocket in plans to plug an £80m black hole in Hampshire County Council’s budget
A DERELICT house in Christchurch which boasts a blue plaque is to be converted to a family home despite appeals to keep it intact.
CUTS of more than £20m are being proposed to children’s services across Hampshire.
A MOVE to stop any future licensed sex establishments setting up in Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole area has failed to win approval.
BCP Council's leader has defended the authority’s latest anti-litter campaign which uses a four-letter word to encourage people to tidy up.
FURTHER discussions will be held before a proposed cycle lane is installed on Barrack Road, Christchurch, after hundreds signed a petition against it.
AROUND 50 Afghan families fleeing the Taliban have been relocated to Hampshire, and more are on the way.
SOUTHERN Water company has pledged to slash significantly the number of wastewater discharges in the Solent.
THE government’s controversial plans to increase National Insurance payments have been welcomed by Hampshire County Council's health chief despite.
EXTRA finance has been agreed to improve services for special education needs and disability (SEND) provision across the BCP Council area.
CRIMINAL punishments for flytipping must be increased for people to take them seriously, according to a top Hampshire councillor.
REFUGEES fleeing Afghanistan will be given a place to live in Hampshire, the county council has vowed.
HIGHCLIFFE School has submitted plans for a new multi-use hall, sparking concerns over its size in an area dominated by bungalows.