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Packed programme for Christchurch carnival - but no dog show

Packed programme for Christchurch carnival - but no dog show

Packed programme for Christchurch carnival - but no dog show

CROWDS are preparing to welcome back the Christchurch carnival parade for the first time in two years


CCTV probe after teen stabbed in attempted robbery in Christchurch

CCTV probe after teen stabbed in attempted robbery in Christchurch

CCTV probe after teen stabbed in attempted robbery in Christchurch

CCTV images of three suspects have been released after a teenage boy was knifed in the leg in an attempted robbery in a Christchurch street.


Met Office issues extreme heat warning as temperatures set to climb

Met Office issues extreme heat warning as temperatures set to climb

Met Office issues extreme heat warning as temperatures set to climb

AN amber weather warning for extreme heat this week has been issued by the Met Office for an area including the New Forest and Christchurch.


Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

Nurses to start voting on whether to strike over pay

The Royal College of Nursing says it will urge hundreds of thousands of its members to say yes to strike action when ballot papers go out next month.


UK braces for a second heatwave with hottest parts down south

UK braces for a second heatwave with hottest parts down south

UK braces for a second heatwave with hottest parts down south

ANOTHER heatwave is on the way for the New Forest and Christchurch, with temperatures expected to hit the low 30s as the week goes on.


Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Stricter rules to clampdown on takeaway litter

Councils can and must use stricter rules to make sure takeaways help clear-up after customers, says the government.


Making a splash for Mudeford Lifeboat at first raft race in four years

Making a splash for Mudeford Lifeboat at first raft race in four years

Making a splash for Mudeford Lifeboat at first raft race in four years

Thousands of people gathered at Mudeford Quay over the weekend for the return of the RNLI's Funday raft race.


Mudeford raft race returns this weekend

Mudeford raft race returns this weekend

Mudeford raft race returns this weekend

MUDEFORD lifeboat's popular raft race is making its welcome comeback at this weekend's Funday event.


Yellow Buses collapses with loss of around 250 jobs

Yellow Buses collapses with loss of around 250 jobs

Yellow Buses collapses with loss of around 250 jobs

YELLOW Buses collapsed last night (Thursday) after administrators were unable to finalise a deal to rescue the company.


Seagull-delayed demolition of old Highcliffe shops goes ahead

Seagull-delayed demolition of old Highcliffe shops goes ahead

Seagull-delayed demolition of old Highcliffe shops goes ahead

DEMOLITION of a row of Highcliffe town centre shops finally went ahead after being delayed for nearly three months by a seagull.


Fuel prices and Covid behind Yellow Buses' demise

Fuel prices and Covid behind Yellow Buses' demise

Fuel prices and Covid behind Yellow Buses' demise

ADMINISTRATORS have been called in to Yellow Buses which serves passengers across Christchurch and the western side of the New Forest.


Plan to demolish Somerford home for block of flats

Plan to demolish Somerford home for block of flats

Plan to demolish Somerford home for block of flats

A HOUSING developer has launched a bid to replace a Christchurch property and outbuilding with a block of nine flats.


Local cross-Channel relay swimmers make splash raising £37,000 for charity

Local cross-Channel relay swimmers make splash raising £37,000 for charity

Local cross-Channel relay swimmers make splash raising £37,000 for charity

A HARDY group of swimmers successfully relayed their way across the English Channel to raise more than £37,000 for charity.


Council's 'dodgy' beach hut deal called out by government

Council's 'dodgy' beach hut deal called out by government

Council's 'dodgy' beach hut deal called out by government

A PLAN by BCP Council to set up a commercial company to buy its 3,600 beach huts has been halted by a government minister.

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