Local News

Bournemouth Echo | News

Police and forensics spotted at Bournemouth pawnshop

A large amount of Police presence has been spotted at a Bournemouth pawn shop on Westover Road with armed police reported.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Drivers warned of £2,500 fines for wearing sunglasses

 UK drivers could be breaking the Highway Code by driving while wearing sunglasses this summer

Bournemouth Echo | News

Train delays after signalling issue

Due to a fault on a train at Sway the line towards Bournemouth is blocked.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Royal Mint rarest coins as 20p coins sell for more than £150

The 20p piece is a “mule” coin dating from 2008 and was minted without a date

Bournemouth Echo | News

How do you get discount codes? Shopping expert reveals tips

Finding a valid discount code can be a daunting task since it's often tricky to find a code that still works.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Man arrested suspected of assault on Wallisdown Road

A Bournemouth man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage and assault of an emergency worker.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Bournemouth 'body parts' murder trial: Day two

Debbie Ann Pereira, 39, and Benjamin Lee Atkins, 49, are facing trial at Winchester Crown Court following the alleged murder of 49 year-old Simon Shotton.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Holes Bay Road traffic halted due to incident

Traffic has been halted at Holes Bay due to an incident

Bournemouth Echo | News

Prince William and Prince George enjoy night out at football

The Prince of Wales and Prince George were spotted enjoying the Aston Villa v Lille match at Villa Park in Birmingham on Thursday (April 11) night.

Bournemouth Echo | News

£500 bike stolen from Bournemouth station in daylight theft

A BOURNEMOUTH commuter has been left frustrated after his £500 bike was stolen from Bournemouth train station with British Transport Police not to investigate

Bournemouth Echo | News

BCP refuses compensation after dog poisoned in Slades Farm Park

BCP have refused to compensate a woman who had to pay £500 to save her dog which was poisoned by rat pellets in Slades Farm Park.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Helping Homeless Veterans UK to host music festival

Helping Homeless Veterans UK will host its first music festival to jointly commemorate the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Bournemouth town centre building for sale at nearly £3m

FORMER offices in Bournemouth town centre have been put on the market at a guide price of £2.75m.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Plans to develop commercial building in Christchurch are approved

NEW plans to redevelop a commercial building in Christchurch have been given the green light.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Spiny seahorse found half-mile inshore outside Poole school

A seahorse has been found on the pavement outside a Poole primary school half a mile inland.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Christchurch boy made face of Rainbow Trust charity

A CHRISTCHURCH boy has become the face of the charity which supports his family.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Deliberate fires 'pose great risk' to wildlife, warns RSPCA

All the fires are thought to have been started deliberately and are now under investigation by Dorset Police.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Home improvements that could land you an ASBO, fine or more

Certain home improvements can actually be defined as anti-social and can potentially lead to you being landed with a civil injunction.

Bournemouth Echo | News

Heathland travels nominated for route one awards 2024

A Ferndown coach company has been nominated for the Route One Awards 2024 after it's win last year.

Bournemouth Echo | News

BCP Bring Community Power cleans Churchill Gardens

A community group has completed its first cleaning project as it aims to engage more people in improving the areas in which they live.