Mudeford couple launch 3D virtual reality platform

A MUDEFORD couple have launched a 3D virtual reality platform offering clients a high quality and immersive visualisation service that aims to win new business and impress customers. Richard Guppy and Krystyna Pozdzik, who were...

Fishermen in tide of opposition to proposed new regulations on nets

A TIDE of opposition has surfaced against a plan to impose new net fishing regulations in local waters, amid claims it fails to safeguard protected species. Commercial and recreational angling groups are against the Southern...

Cancer no barrier to 70-year-old runner Glenys with sights on parkrun goal

A WOMAN who has been given just months to live spent part of Christmas Day morning taking part in her local parkrun. Glenys Waters (70), from Highcliffe, is determined to keep on running to reach...

Unanswered questions as new coastal country park in Christchurch gets the green light

UNANSWERED questions and concerns about a proposed coastal country park in Christchurch did not stop councillors from carrying a majority vote to give the plan the green light. The borough council’s own bid for the...

Local Tory MPs voted against Theresa May in leadership confidence ballot

VETERAN Christchurch MP Sir Chris Chope has confirmed he was among the 117 Conservative rebels who unsuccessfully tried to dethrone Prime Minister Theresa May. The backbencher said he joined the bid to get her to...

Call by senior MP for South Western Railway to lose franchise over service failures

THE government should strip South Western Railway of its franchise or impose strict new standards to fix the “rapid deterioration” in its service, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has said. The company took over...

Last orders for New Queen as pub goes up for sale after sudden closure

A POPULAR riverside pub has unexpectedly closed its doors just before Christmas. The New Queen Inn, between Sopley and Ringwood on the B334, which was renowned for its traditional Sunday lunches and flagstone floors, is...

Boss of Newtown House care home in Highcliffe promises improvement after CQC criticism

THE new manager of a Highcliffe care home has said she will use criticism in a national watchdog report to “drive through” ideas to make it better. Newtown House was judged ‘requires improvement’ in a...

Letters: Christchurch council wasting public money in its dying days

SIR – When we hear every day of the severe constraints on public sector spending it is amazing that one rotten little authority in its dying days can even consider wasting public funds on...

Aster Homes unveils plan for 131 homes at former Christchurch police station site

FULL plans to transform the former Christchurch police station site with 131 homes and commercial space have been submitted months after an outline scheme was revealed at a public exhibition. Aster Homes’ application to the...
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