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Mystery of Russian pilot's war mission in Perthshire is solved after 20 years
RUSSIAN airman Peter Kolesnikov received eight medals during World War II but after decades of research from granddaughter Anna Belorusova, his heroic story will be the focus of a new exhibition in Scotland.
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Dorset's primary school league tables - how did your school do?
Cllr Janet Walton, cabinet member for children and families at Poole, said she was "concerned" about the borough's key stage 2 results, which were "very disappointing".
Wed Dec 11, 2013
New cycle lanes, pedestrian crossings and reduced on-street parking to ease congestion in Boscombe
NEW cycle lanes, pedestrian crossing points and a reduction in on-street parking will help reduce congestion in the Boscombe East area of Bournemouth, it is claimed.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Inquest opened into pensioner who died following lorry collision on garage forecourt
Alan Levene, of Charnwood Avenue, Bournemouth, received a injury to his legs in the incident involving a Co-op distribution vehicle on a garage forecourt in Winton.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Children's centres in deprived areas - not meeting the needs of families' says Ofsted
CHILDREN'S centres in two deprived areas are not meeting the needs of families in the area, according to government inspectors.
Elderly woman dies after being found with head injuries in Bournemouth
Police and paramedics were called to Middle Chine this morning after she was found injured and she was taken by ambulance to Southampton general hospital, where there is a specialist trauma unit.
Consultation begins on Post Office moving 40 metres down the road into convenience store
Members of the public are being asked to comment on the plans, which will see services move 40 metres down Holdenhurst Road into Springbourne Convenience Stores.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Dozens of drain covers stolen across Bournemouth
'ANNOYING' Bournemouth Council Highways Inspectors Stuart Hiscock and Jody Twidale in Northbourne Avenue, one of the roads targeted by thieves who have removed drain covers Northbourne, Winton, Queens Park, Littledown and Strouden Park are the latest areas to be targeted in this most recent spate, which comes just weeks after roads in Southbourne ... (more)
Sat Dec 07, 2013
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Hundreds of gifts donated to Toy Appeal by kind-hearted readers
SANTA'S SACK: Phil Carey, centre, joins Daily Echo staff and Father Christmas with toys and presents that have been donated The paper's 17th annual Christmas toy appeal has sparked a huge response, with hundreds of gifts for those in need brought in already.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Dorset leaders pay tribute to Nelson Mandela
Bournemouth Borough Council will today fly their flag at half mast as a mark of respect to the inspirational leader, with Borough of Poole doing the same.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Meet the woman who's been Brownie leader for 40 years and says "I've no plans to quit"
A BROWNIE leader was given a surprise celebration by friends old and new as she celebrated 40 years in the role.
Karl Addo given life sentence for beheading Sergio Marquez in Bournemouth flat
KARL Addo has been given a life sentence for manslaughter after killing and beheading 23-year-old Sergio Marquez at his Bournemouth flat.
a Bournemouth man faces trial over alleged sex offences with a child after denying the charges.
Stephen Robert Webb appeared at the town's magistrates court faced with three charges involving a girl and pleaded not guilty to all of them.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Gotham Award Winners 2013 & Red Carpet Fashion
The Independent Film Project held their 23rd Annual Gotham Awards ceremony at Cipriani Wall Street.
Police are appealing for information after a teenager had his ear bitten off in an attack.
A WOMAN was left "extremely frightened" after she was grabbed by a stranger as she walked to work early in the morning.
Help make Toy Appeal a record-breaking one for Dorset families
GIVE GENEROUSLY: Naomi Unwin, of Townsend Children's Centre, with Phil Carey and staff at Boots in Boscombe with toys for the Echo's Toy Appeal That's the question from the Daily Echo Christmas Toy Appeal organiser, Phil Carey, as the big day draws near.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Life-threatening Bournemouth blaze 'was started by squatters' candles'
A BLAZE that left three people in hospital with serious burns could have been caused accidentally when squatters used candles to try to keep warm, according to Dorset Fire and Rescue Service.
a Man killed by his housemate in Bournemouth in 2012 was decapitated...
Sergio Marquez, who was 23, was stabbed before paranoid schizophrenic Karl Addo cut off his head and mutilated his stomach.
a Young girl was found injured in the road in Bournemouth.
Police and the ambulance service was called when the girl was found in Fernheath Road in West Howe at 10.30am complaining of leg and head pain.