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BCP one of first councils to return to in-person meetings

BCP one of first councils to return to in-person meetings

BCP one of first councils to return to in-person meetings

13 May 2021

BCP Council became one of the first local authorities in the country to return to in-person meetings.


Plan for 10 flats beside Christchurch retail park refused and criticised for "poor quality"

Plan for 10 flats beside Christchurch retail park refused and criticised for "poor quality"

Plan for 10 flats beside Christchurch retail park refused and criticised for "poor quality"

12 May 2021

An application to build 10 flats on Somerford Road has been refused after BCP Council said the buildings had a “hostile, poor quality” appearance.


Cat owners to face fines if they don't microchip pets under new law

Cat owners to face fines if they don't microchip pets under new law

Cat owners to face fines if they don't microchip pets under new law

12 May 2021

CAT owners may be forced to microchip their pets or face a fine, under proposals set out by the government in the Queen's Speech.


Specialists could be brought in to investigate flytipping

Specialists could be brought in to investigate flytipping

Specialists could be brought in to investigate flytipping

11 May 2021

A SPECIAL team could be brought in to tackle incidents of flytipping in Christchurch after an increase in the crime.


New Dorset police chief pledges to 'walk the walk'

New Dorset police chief pledges to 'walk the walk'

New Dorset police chief pledges to 'walk the walk'

11 May 2021

CONSERVATIVE David Sidwick has been elected as the new police and crime commissioner (PCC) for Dorset.


Everything you can do from 17th May in next stage of lockdown easing

Everything you can do from 17th May in next stage of lockdown easing

Everything you can do from 17th May in next stage of lockdown easing

11 May 2021

THE PM has confirmed the third stage of lockdown roadmap is going ahead from Monday, allowing people to meet in larger groups, mix indoors and hug.


Jewellery and foreign currency stolen in daylight raid on Christchurch home

Jewellery and foreign currency stolen in daylight raid on Christchurch home

Jewellery and foreign currency stolen in daylight raid on Christchurch home

10 May 2021

TWO men have been arrested after jewellery and foreign currency were stolen in a daylight raid on a Christchurch home.


Christchurch Independents win BCP Council byelection

Christchurch Independents win BCP Council byelection

Christchurch Independents win BCP Council byelection

10 May 2021

THE Christchurch Independents have won the vacant BCP Council seat in the Commons ward.


Covid restrictions lifted at Christchurch tip

Covid restrictions lifted at Christchurch tip

Covid restrictions lifted at Christchurch tip

07 May 2021

MORE vehicles are now allowed at Christchurch's Wilverley Road tip thanks to the relaxing of Covid measures.


McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

McDonald’s bids for second restaurant in Christchurch

07 May 2021

FAST food firm McDonald’s has put forward proposals to open its second restaurant in Christchurch.


Armed police respond to machete alert in Christchurch street

Armed police respond to machete alert in Christchurch street

Armed police respond to machete alert in Christchurch street

06 May 2021

ARMED police rushed to a Christchurch street following reports of a man armed with a machete.


Candidates for the Christchurch Commons ward by-election

Candidates for the Christchurch Commons ward by-election

Candidates for the Christchurch Commons ward by-election

05 May 2021

MORE than a year after the death of Cllr Colin Bungey left a vacancy in the Commons ward, electors will be asked to vote in a replacement tomorrow.


New Forest and Christchurch crews fight large heath fires

New Forest and Christchurch crews fight large heath fires

New Forest and Christchurch crews fight large heath fires

04 May 2021

FIREFIGHTERS from the New Forest and Christchurch joined dozens of others in tackling blazes that devastated large areas of local heathland.


Noisy Lobster owner slams 'scaremongers' amid order to seek permission for beach huts

Noisy Lobster owner slams 'scaremongers' amid order to seek permission for beach huts

Noisy Lobster owner slams 'scaremongers' amid order to seek permission for beach huts

03 May 2021

An owner of the Noisy Lobster on Avon Beach has hit out at a ‘small band’ of residents for ‘scaremongering’ over its planning applications.


Meet the candidates for the Dorset police and crime commissioner

Meet the candidates for the Dorset police and crime commissioner

Meet the candidates for the Dorset police and crime commissioner

30 April 2021

ON 6TH May Christchurch residents will be given the chance to vote for the Dorset’s police and crime commissioner.


Christchurch Home Bargains promises 70 jobs in plans to expand

Christchurch Home Bargains promises 70 jobs in plans to expand

Christchurch Home Bargains promises 70 jobs in plans to expand

30 April 2021

DISCOUNT chain Home Bargains is seeking permission to extend its store into the neighbouring unit at Christchurch Retail Park.


WATCH: New tourism video promoting Christchurch unveiled

WATCH: New tourism video promoting Christchurch unveiled

WATCH: New tourism video promoting Christchurch unveiled

29 April 2021

A NEW video has been released to show off Christchurch and its iconic features to attract tourism.

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'Loneliness led them to make a bad decision' – OAP loses £250K in investment scam

'Loneliness led them to make a bad decision' – OAP loses £250K in investment scam

'Loneliness led them to make a bad decision' – OAP loses £250K in investment scam

29 April 2021

PEOPLE are again being urged to be wary of ‘clone’ investment firm fraudsters after a Christchurch pensioner lost a quarter-of-a-million pounds.


13-year-old girl hospitalised after gang attack in Christchurch

13-year-old girl hospitalised after gang attack in Christchurch

13-year-old girl hospitalised after gang attack in Christchurch

28 April 2021

WITNESSES and video footage are being sought by police four weeks after a teenage girl was assaulted in a gang attack in Christchurch.


Barclays shutting two branches in local high streets

Barclays shutting two branches in local high streets

Barclays shutting two branches in local high streets

28 April 2021

TWO high street branches of Barclays will be closing their doors to customers in July.


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