THE next of a kin of a man who lived in Wool is being sought by the coroner for Dorset. John Lamont, who was 84 years old, died at his home address in Chalk Pit Lane on Wednesday, December 7. The ...
Home Secretary Suella Braverman has declared her support for new legislation to make the behaviour a specific offence.
A water hydrant exploded in Southbourne this morning sending up a huge plume of water. Freezing temperatures mean the water hydrant is not closing, leading to the spectacular site in Pine Avenue, ...
England forward Raheem Sterling returned to training on the eve of the World Cup quarter-final against France fresh from rejoining the squad in Qatar. The 28-year-old did not feature in last weekend’s ...
A former Metropolitan Police special constable has been cleared of rape and misconduct in public office. A jury at Wolverhampton Crown Court acquitted 40-year-old Paul Hoile of three counts of rape, ...
A MAN been taken to hospital with serious injuries following a stabbing in Christchurch . The man, aged in his 30s, sustained a suspected stab wound following an altercation in Fairmile Road. Police ...
The Prime Minister said ‘we’re looking at all options’ when asked about the scope of ‘tough’ new measures to limit the impact of strikes.
Snow could hit parts of southern England within days as ice cold temperatures plummet to minus 10C, forecasters say. The UK will see at least seven days of arctic weather accompanied by wintry ...
England and France fans both say they are feeling confident of glory as they prepare for the World Cup quarter-final showdown. The two giants of European football will meet at the Al Bayt Stadium on ...
Surgeries in large towns in England have a higher number of patients per GP than those in cities or small built-up areas, while there is a sharp difference between places with high and low levels of ...
France coach Didier Deschamps believes Gareth Southgate is underappreciated in England as he hailed his counterpart ahead of their World Cup quarter-final clash. Southgate is aiming to take England to ...
Rishi Sunak has insisted regulation of the financial services sector remains “robust” despite the relaxation of banking safeguards introduced after the 2008 financial crisis. The Prime Minister sought ...