CCTV has captured the moment when a man went out to confront a driver who had hit his car but instead, was driven into and then driven around the on the bonnet of the car.
Paul Malin, who works at Grove Tavern in Southbourne, was working when a customer spotted a pensioner crash into his parked car.
He ran out to try and stop the driver continuing on his journey when the 26-year-old was struck and taken half a mile down Dingle Way whilst on the bonnet.
A woman from Southbourne in Dorset is to receive a special award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) at the House of Lords tomorrow, recognising many years of dedication to rescuing and rehabilitating injured or abandoned birds.
Lynne Parker has rescued hundreds of birds, both wild and domestic, over the last 21 years and is often called on by local vets, residents and rescue organisations to provide emergency treatment, food and accommodation.
She single-handedly cleans and cares for the birds until they are ready for release back into the wild where possible, or transferred to a local rescue centre to make space for new emergency cases.
She is creating a special ‘reproofing’ pool in her garden to ensure that birds affected by oil spills, or which have been traumatised, have regular access to water and do not lose the waterproofing on their feathers, which can occur when a bird is stressed.
Bournemouth Street Services have been working hard this morning to remove 77 pieces of graffiti that appeared overnight.
Walls, tress, fences and vehicles in the Southbourne area were graffitied in what seems to be an unprovoked violation of street furniture and property.
Councillor Michael Fisher, Cabinet Member for Transport, Cleansing and Waste said, "We do not tolerate damage to public property which damages community spirit and morale.
"I am please to say our street cleaners are striving tirelessly for Southbourne residents to ensure the large areas of graffiti on private property are removed as quickly as possible."
The partner of a man found dead in a flat in Bournemouth has paid tribute to him, saying he was a 'true gentleman with a big heart'. William Spiller's body was found in a property on Stedman Road in the Southbourne area last Monday. A 26-year-old man has been charged with his murder.
The partner of a 48-year-old man who was allegedly murdered in Bournemouth has described him as a "true gentleman with a big heart."
William Robert Spiller's body was found at an address at Lacey Court on Stedman Road in Southbourne, on Monday 17 June 2013.
An inquest was opened and adjourned at the coroner’s court in Bournemouth, but the cause of death was unascertained pending further laboratory tests.
A 26-year-old man was arrested in the West Midlands area and has been charged with murder.
A man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a body in Dorset.
The body of a man was found at an address at Lacey Court on Stedman Road in Southbourne at around 1.30pm on Monday.
A 26-year-old man was arrested in the West Midlands area.
Formal identification of the man has not yet taken place, however it is believed that he was a Bournemouth man aged in his forties. Next of kin have been informed.
Police in Dorset have launched a murder investigation after the body of a man was discovered at a flat in Southbourne.
Police were called to the home in Stedman Road, near Southbourne Grove, yesterday morning.
A spokesman for the force said: "Police are treating the death as suspicious. A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is helping police with enquiries."