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- Aldershot runner deaths: Family tribute to 'perfect daughter'
- Two-minute silence observed at 11:00 to remember the nation's war dead
- Bournemouth police officer assault case dropped
- Pfizer employer tells BBC the closure of its Havant factory was "unexpected"
- Woman suffers head injuries after being pushed against a lamp post during an attempted robbery
- Fire crews rescue a horse stuck in a bog near Verwood
- Updates from Friday 11 November
The Lord Lieutenant Mr Angus Campbell joined civic dignitaries representatives from the armed forces, veterans and members of the public for a short Armistice Day ceremony at Pool's Civic Centre.Copyright: Borough of Poole
Fifteen Royal Navy physical trainers showed off their strength and agility in a passing out parade at HMS Tereraire in Portsmouth.
More than 200 guests attended the 70-minute display at the Navy's School of Physical Training which marked the culmination of a six-month training course.Copyright: Royal NavyCopyright: Royal Navy
A closure order has been issued on a flat in Poole, preventing the tenant from re-entering the property for three months, amid complaints about noise, high numbers of visitors and threatening behaviour.
Borough of Poole said the order had been obtained against a flat in Nelson Court, making it offence for anyone to return to the property.Copyright: GoogleQuote Message: Fortunately, in Poole, we don't often see anti-social behaviour on this scale. Thankfully we have these powers that enable us to take action as a last resort and we are pleased to have achieved the full closure order with the support of other agencies including Dorset Police. from Councillor Karen Rampton Portfolio holder for housing and communities, Borough of Poole
There was "insufficient evidence" in a case against a police officer accused of assaulting a man at a police station, the Crime Prosecution Service (CPS) Wessex has said.Copyright: BBC
PC Jamie Wallis, of Dorset Police, was charged with common assault after allegedly attacking a 30-year-old man at Bournemouth Police Station in April.
Bournemouth Magistrates' Court heard the case against the 40-year-old officer had since been discontinued.
The officer was removed from front-line duties during court proceedings and this will now be reviewed, the force said.Quote Message: Dorset Police expects the highest standards of professionalism and integrity from its staff. We have a duty to thoroughly investigate criminal allegations against our staff, as we have done in this case... from Supt Pete Windle Head of professional standards at Dorset Police
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Plans have been submitted for a new hotel and residential care homes to be built at a site previously at the centre of a row over a bid to build a supermarket.Copyright: Quantum Group
Developer Quantum Group bought the former Sherborne Hotel site, in Dorset, and demolished the building last year.
A public consultation on the proposals for a 24-bed hotel, 82 care apartments and 38 care houses runs until 2 Dec.
Previous plans to build a Tesco on the site, which prompted protests led by former Blue Peter presenter Valerie Singleton, were scrapped.
Craig David's song All We Needed has been chosen as this year's official BBC Children in Need single.
Sixteen years since the Southampton star's critically-acclaimed album, Born To Do It, changed his life, Craig has catapulted back into the charts, and recently won the prestigious MOBO award for Best Male Act .
The family of one of the two teenage girls who died after being hit by a car while out running have said she was "highly dedicated to what she loved doing".
Stacey Burrows, 16, was a member of Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletic Club and was the Hampshire Under-17 3,000m champion.Copyright: Family handout
In a statement, her family said: "Words cannot express the pain and sadness we as a family are going through at this tragic time. Stacey really was the perfect daughter and sister - perfect in every possible way."
She died along with team-mate 17-year-old Lucy Pygott when they were hit by a car on Tuesday evening.
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The family of Stacey Burrows, 16, who died along with 17-year-old Lucy Pygott when they were struck by a car while out running on Aldershot on Tuesday night, have paid tribute to her.
The pair were both promising athletes and members of Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletic Club.
A family statement said she was a "perfect daughter and sister".
A serving soldier, arrested on suspicion of drink driving, has been bailed until February.Copyright: Family HandoutQuote Message: Stacey was highly dedicated to what she loved doing, running for Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletic Club. We as a family know Stacey will be greatly missed by her teammates, coaches and club. It is a tragedy that it has ended so soon for her. Work hard was her motto and that is exactly what she did. Thank you to everyone who helped Stacey during her short life. from Stacey Burrows Family Statement
Portsmouth fell silent at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month as the city marked Armistice Day.
Military veterans, serving personnel and residents gathered at the war memorial to mark the two-minute silence along with the rest of the country.Copyright: BBCCopyright: BBCCopyright: BBC