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Cycling restrictions to be lifted in Bournemouth in bid to make town more bike-friendly

5:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Bournemouth Echo: BIKES: Cyclists spotted riding in the pedestrian zone of Bournemouth Square

CYCLING restrictions are to be lifted in Bournemouth in the hope of making the town more bike-friendly.

UPDATE: Raider uses 'handgun' in attempted armed robbery at betting shop in Bournemouth

5:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Bournemouth Echo: Armed robbery at betting shop, Bournemouth

POLICE are hunting a gun-wielding raider after an attempted armed robbery in broad daylight at a bookmakers last night.

D-Day farce: war hero's family asked to fill out 18 pages of forms to attend celebrations in Normandy

8:14am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Bournemouth Echo: TRIPLICATE: D-Day veteran Ted Young with daughter Irene Richards, son-in-law Paul and the sheets of paperwork

THE family of a war hero attending the D-Day celebrations in Normandy have had to fill out 18 pages of security clearance forms.

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Sport

AFC Bournemouth: Play-off dream still alive for Francis

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Bournemouth Echo: Simon Francis, right, celebrates after scoring the equaliser for Bournemouth on Saturday

RIGHT-BACK Simon Francis is adamant that Cherries remain a major player in the Championship play-off race despite dropping points at rivals Ipswich.

Poole Pirates: Ford thrilled by Grajczonek impact

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Bournemouth Echo: LOOKING TO IMPRESS: Josh Grajczonek with boss Neil Middleditch

MATT Ford has labelled Josh Grajczonek “one of the most improved riders in the world” following the Aussie’s flying start to the season.

Cricket: Dorset to face neighbours Hampshire

6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Bournemouth Echo: Michael Carberry celebrates his century earlier today

HAMPSHIRE will take on Dorset at Dean Park next month as the hosts attempt to secure the future of the cricket ground.

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