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Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

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.


Christchurch set for more electric vehicle charging bays

Christchurch set for more electric vehicle charging bays

Christchurch set for more electric vehicle charging bays

20 May 2022

BCP Council is powering ahead with rolling out over 130 new publicly accessible electric vehicle charger bays, including sites across Christchurch.


What's on the menu at Christchurch Food Festival

What's on the menu at Christchurch Food Festival

What's on the menu at Christchurch Food Festival

20 May 2022

CHRISTCHURCH Food Festival will have a Queen’s jubilee-themed line-up this year and run for four days over the bank holiday weekend in June.


Christchurch facilities neglect claim sees BCP handover promise

Christchurch facilities neglect claim sees BCP handover promise

Christchurch facilities neglect claim sees BCP handover promise

19 May 2022

CLAIMS that BCP Council has let Christchurch recreation facilities go to “rack and ruin” prompted a pledge to fulfil a handover promise.


Man hospitalised after attack at Christchurch railway station

Man hospitalised after attack at Christchurch railway station

Man hospitalised after attack at Christchurch railway station

18 May 2022

TWO teenagers were arrested after a man was hospitalised following an attack at Christchurch railway station.


Thunder alert for New Forest and Christchurch

Thunder alert for New Forest and Christchurch

Thunder alert for New Forest and Christchurch

18 May 2022

THUNDER could be on its way back to the New Forest and Christchurch this evening (Wednesday) with the Met Office issuing another yellow warning.


Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

17 May 2022

THREE Christchurch beaches have been given prestigious quality awards for the first time.


Hunt for witnesses after sports car careers off A35

Hunt for witnesses after sports car careers off A35

Hunt for witnesses after sports car careers off A35

16 May 2022

A DRIVER had to be cut free by firefighters after a high-performance sports car careered off the A35 Christchurch bypass into a ditch.


Extension set for for private flytipping investigation scheme

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.


'Tragic accident' of baby's drowning in bath at Christchurch home

'Tragic accident' of baby's drowning in bath at Christchurch home

'Tragic accident' of baby's drowning in bath at Christchurch home

16 May 2022

A NINE-MONTH-OLD baby drowned in the bath in a "tragic accident" after her mother passed out at their Christchurch home, an inquest heard.


Obituary: Tony Puzey – Purewell's 'Mr Fix-it'

Obituary: Tony Puzey – Purewell's 'Mr Fix-it'

Obituary: Tony Puzey – Purewell's 'Mr Fix-it'

13 May 2022

KNOWN both to his customers and family as ‘Mr Fix-it’ there was little that former ironmonger Tony Puzey could not repair.


'Party pub' wins bid to build outside bar despite neighbour objections

'Party pub' wins bid to build outside bar despite neighbour objections

'Party pub' wins bid to build outside bar despite neighbour objections

12 May 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH inn has been given permission to install a bar in its garden despite claims by objectors it was already an "open-air party pub".


BCP leader survives no-confidence vote brought by Christchurch Independents

BCP leader survives no-confidence vote brought by Christchurch Independents

BCP leader survives no-confidence vote brought by Christchurch Independents

11 May 2022

BCP Conservative council leader Drew Mellor has comfortably survived a no-confidence vote brought by the Christchurch Independents group.


Social worker recruitment 'in worst position ever'

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.


£100,000 worth of drugs seized in police crackdown

£100,000 worth of drugs seized in police crackdown

£100,000 worth of drugs seized in police crackdown

06 May 2022

TENS of thousands of pounds of illegal drugs have been taken out of circulation, police have said, as part of a new crackdown on county lines dealing.


Food bank given cash boost to help families eat healthily

Food bank given cash boost to help families eat healthily

Food bank given cash boost to help families eat healthily

06 May 2022

Christchurch food bank+ has received a huge boost in the form of a £1,500 grant to fund two "impressive" initiatives aimed at helping families.


Council ‘overwhelmed’ by Ukraine housing offers

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.


Christchurch 'party pub' wants a bar in its garden

Christchurch 'party pub' wants a bar in its garden

Christchurch 'party pub' wants a bar in its garden

03 May 2022

PROBLEMS with customers fighting, swearing and vomiting should stop a Christchurch "party pub" being allowed to erect an outside bar, say neighbours.


Burglar with 'alcohol problem' must wear tag

Burglar with 'alcohol problem' must wear tag

Burglar with 'alcohol problem' must wear tag

03 May 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH burglar was ordered by a judge to wear an alcohol monitor for 120 days in an attempt to stop him offending.


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

‘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.


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