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Crackdown catches vape shops selling to children

Crackdown catches vape shops selling to children

Crackdown catches vape shops selling to children

18 March 2022

A CRACKDOWN caught more than half of shops visited in Christchurch, Poole and Bournemouth illegally selling vapes to children.


How you can register to house Ukraine refugees

How you can register to house Ukraine refugees

How you can register to house Ukraine refugees

17 March 2022

THOSE wanting to house Ukrainians fleeing the war in their country are urged to register through the national Homes for Ukraine scheme.


£30m plans for 170 homes on old Christchurch gas works site

£30m plans for 170 homes on old Christchurch gas works site

£30m plans for 170 homes on old Christchurch gas works site

16 March 2022

PLANS for 170 new homes have been revealed for Christchurch's old gas works site in the town centre.

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Christchurch man stole £760 worth of alcohol

Christchurch man stole £760 worth of alcohol

Christchurch man stole £760 worth of alcohol

15 March 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH man who stole hundreds of pounds of alcohol was told by magistrates to undergo drug rehabilitation.


Dog mess at Hengistbury Head to be sprayed red

Dog mess at Hengistbury Head to be sprayed red

Dog mess at Hengistbury Head to be sprayed red

14 March 2022

DOG mess left at Hengistbury Head will be sprayed with red chalk paint to remind pet owners to clean up after their animals.


Police search in Iford for missing 86-year-old

Police search in Iford for missing 86-year-old

Police search in Iford for missing 86-year-old

14 March 2022

POLICE have been carrying out a large-scale search in Iford today (Monday) for a missing elderly woman thought to be in the area.


Local bus services could be lost despite £150m extra funding

Local bus services could be lost despite £150m extra funding

Local bus services could be lost despite £150m extra funding

14 March 2022

NEW Forest and Christchurch services may still be lost despite a national fund of up to £150m for bus companies, local operators have warned.

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Pupils praised for kindness after helping food bank

Pupils praised for kindness after helping food bank

Pupils praised for kindness after helping food bank

13 March 2022

SCHOOL children have been praised for their kindness after donating much needed goods to a food bank.


Cats seized in police and RSPCA raid on Friars Cliff property

Cats seized in police and RSPCA raid on Friars Cliff property

Cats seized in police and RSPCA raid on Friars Cliff property

11 March 2022

CATS were seized when police and RSPCA officers carried out at raid on a property in the Friars Cliff area of Christchurch last Tuesday.


Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

11 March 2022

NEW parking restrictions making nearly every coastal road between Friars Cliff and Mudeford a “no parking zone” could be in operation by the summer.


Totton man among three arrested after cross-border police pursuit

Totton man among three arrested after cross-border police pursuit

Totton man among three arrested after cross-border police pursuit

10 March 2022

A TOTTON man was among three people arrested following a cross-border police pursuit after a car theft in Hampshire and garage raid in Dorset.


Developer shrinks homes application for roundabout site

Developer shrinks homes application for roundabout site

Developer shrinks homes application for roundabout site

08 March 2022

SCALED down plans for homes in a prominent roundabout location in Christchurch have been unveiled.


Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

07 March 2022

CALLS are growing for the government to cut the VAT on fuel as petrol prices reach record high in the New Forest and Christchurch.


Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

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.


Christchurch man jailed after bungled robbery

Christchurch man jailed after bungled robbery

Christchurch man jailed after bungled robbery

07 March 2022

A FORMER drug-addict whose bungled attempt to raid a shop left a cashier “fearful” for his life has been jailed for 18 months.


Christchurch councillor refuses to apologise over swastika tweet

Christchurch councillor refuses to apologise over swastika tweet

Christchurch councillor refuses to apologise over swastika tweet

04 March 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH councillor has been criticised for repeatedly refusing to apologise after tweeting an image containing a swastika.


'Betrayed' by government – morale low among Hampshire and Dorset police officers, survey finds

'Betrayed' by government – morale low among Hampshire and Dorset police officers, survey finds

'Betrayed' by government – morale low among Hampshire and Dorset police officers, survey finds

03 March 2022

MORALE is low among police in Hampshire and Dorset, a survey has indicated, with officers said to be feeling “betrayed” by the government.

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Christchurch 71-year-old banned from roads for drink-driving

Christchurch 71-year-old banned from roads for drink-driving

Christchurch 71-year-old banned from roads for drink-driving

03 March 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH pensioner has been banned from the roads for 18 months after drink-driving.


Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

02 March 2022

MORE than 700 objections have been made against plans for a waste-burning energy plant on greenbelt land near Christchurch.


How you can help war-torn Ukraine families

How you can help war-torn Ukraine families

How you can help war-torn Ukraine families

01 March 2022

IF IMAGES of Ukrainian families fleeing their homes has left you wanting to do something, here are some ways to help.


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