6 hrs ago
Festival will be a feast for all
PREPARE to embark on a gastronomic journey, as the countdown to Bournemouth's biggest food and drink festival gets underway.
10 hrs ago
Council education official in court over child abuse images
Robert Ian Finlay, 53, of Barnes Crescent, Bournemouth, faces 17 charges relating to making indecent photographs / pseudo-photographs of a child between January 1 2009 and April 4 this year.
11 hrs ago
1.1m to get people on their bikes and off Christchuch roads
A series of exhibitions will take place in the town over plans to "enhance sustainable transport" as part of the Three Towns Travel project for the A35 corridor through Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Drug-crazed intruder jailed for three years over knifepoint attack
CRAZED intruder who threatened a terrified woman at knifepoint in her own bedroom has been jailed for three years.
Councils to review policy on filming meetings after government guidance
BOTH Bournemouth and Poole councils are reviewing their policies on the filming of meetings, following new guidance from the Government.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
a Woman was rescued and taken to hospital after a fire at a flat in Boscombe.
Firefighters were called to the flat in Donoughmore Road in Bournemouth just before 4pm on Sunday after calls from people believing she was still the burning flat.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Three cars in Bournemouth damaged by arsonists
Firefighters from Springbourne were called to Northcote Road shortly after midnight after a car was set alight.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Broadstone man loses appeal against untidy garden action
A MAN from Broadstone has been told to tidy up his garden after losing an appeal against Borough of Poole following complaints from neighbours.
Bournemouth Concert Brass will be at the Regent Centre next Sunday.
Tim Laycock has become a keeper of the flame for the county's musical heritage, able to draw on a vast collection of traditional folk songs, sea shanties, ballads and music hall songs.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Winter Gardens scheme to be scrutinised at meeting
PLANS for a A 150m hotel, apartment and leisure complex on Bournemouth's Winter Gardens site will come under scrutiny at a meeting tonight.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Papillion Times
Market Faire atmosphere draws community
A woman kicked out of Omaha's Grace University says she is being told she must pay back $6,300 for financial aid she had been awarded.
Will you take part in Don't Drive Wednesdays?
The Dolphin shopping centre launched their new community project, Don't Drive Wednesdays, which calls on residents to help lower the town's carbon footprint by using the other shared transport options available.
a Fake pension letter, passports, bills and pay slips were used to...
A FAKE pension letter, passports, bills and pay slips were used to con banks out of A 3million for mortgages.
This is Dorset
We'll make Bournemouth a Silicon Beach, pledge businesses
AN AMBITIOUS bid to style Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch as a "Silicon Beach" with a thriving creative and digital economy has been outlined.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Ryanair charged me A 70 to print off a boarding pass
Ryanair said they'd print my boarding pass because my printer wasn't working - but didn't say it would cost me A 70 AIRLINE Ryanair has been accused of "exploiting people" after they charged a passenger A 70 to simply print off a boarding pass.
Collision with boy on bike left me A 300 out of pocket
A DRIVER is upset after stopping to check if a young cyclist was okay after a crash and finding A 300 worth of damage to his car.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Rugby star avoids jail after admitting attack which left friend with brain injuries
A FORMER rugby club captain who inflicted brain injuries on a friend during a jealous rage has received a suspended prison sentence.
Vandals leave trail of destruction through West Parley
COUNCILLORS have spoken out against "mindless morons" who ripped up trees and left a trail of litter through West Parley.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Editor for the Day: Casacicak
Wherever you are in the UK you are never too far away from the sea, and in this time of economic austerity more and more people are opting not to travel abroad for holidays, instead choosing a "staycation" The pages featured below showcase the best of British coastal resorts, filled with personal anecdotes, recommendations and historical facts.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
This is Dorset
Raider threatened to shoot cashier hours after release from jail
BE robber threatened to shoot a money exchange cashier if she didn't hand over the takings from her till, a court heard yesterday.