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Tony Lockwood

BOFA maintains production for key industry sectors

BOFA International, based in Poole,is maintaining production of portable fume and dust extraction units, filters and spares so that businesses vital to the fight against coronavirus - including those in food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, health care products, safety equipment, and personal care items - can continue to operate as efficiently as possible.

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Hannah Nardini at WKspace

Former colleagues link to support Hospice

As suppliers flock to donate products, skills and services to get Lewis-Manning Hospice Care's Poole headquarters finished, former colleagues spread the word online - and secured a terrific donation of pristine office furniture.

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Warren Munson

Inspire offers programme of free, interactive advice and support to local business community

Poole-based Inspire Professional Services is offering business leaders the opportunity to join a regular programme of free, interactive webinars, providing guidance and support in dealing with the Coronavirus pandemic. The first webinar, which took place on Friday, via online meeting platform, Zoom, offered a detailed analysis of the eagerly-awaited Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, following further announcements by the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, on the measures Thursday night.

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Key workers still needed

Mploy Staffing Solutions has been experiencing an extremely high demand for staff in key worker industries, such as healthcare and food production.

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Matt Horan, security director of C3IA Solutions

Coronavirus is creating crooks, warns expert

Sick crooks are using the Coronavirus crisis to target people online, playing on their health fears, a leading cyber-security company has warned.

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Essential retailers within the Dolphin Shopping Centre remain open

Essential retailers within the Dolphin Shopping Centre remain open

The Dolphin Shopping Centre in Poole is open to ensure essential goods and services are available to the community throughout the Government's enforced lockdown. The opening times for the centre are Monday to Saturday 8.30am to 6.30pm, and Sundays from 10am to 5.30pm.

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Barker promotes contactless Dry Cleaning & Laundry service

Barker promotes contactless Dry Cleaning & Laundry service

Dorset based Barker, the largest domestic laundry in the UK and a leading specialists Dry Cleaner, is promoting its contactless dry cleaning and laundry services and advises its clients that effective laundering and dry cleaning will help to kill Coronavirus germs.

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Bournemouth & Poole College provides free parking to NHS staff

Bournemouth & Poole College provides free parking to NHS staff

Bournemouth & Poole College has opened the car park of its North Road site for free parking for NHS staff while working at the nearby Poole Hospital.

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Neil Andrews

Coastal BID's coronavirus help

Dorset law firm Coles Miller is offering free initial consultations with levy-payers in the Coastal BID area about the impact of the coronavirus on their businesses. The expert solicitors understand all the emergency packages so far announced and how to access them.

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Chris Thomas, Chairman of Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF)

Local cancer charity appeals for public help

Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF) which provides emergency financial assistance to local cancer patients, is appealing to the public for urgent help after its fundraising programme was devastated by COVID-19.

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Paul Storey

Deep cleaning offer for Dorset and New Forest

A Dorset-based pest control expert is offering a deep clean 'mist' service for businesses concerned about coronavirus. Paul Storey - aka The Pest Detective - has lowered his usual rates as far as he can for the foreseeable future. He is licensed to use 'fogging' machines with advanced chemicals that can sanitise whole areas quickly and thoroughly.

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61% of employees feel anxious, distracted or stressed due to coronavirus, according to Inpulse survey

61% of employees feel anxious, distracted or stressed due to coronavirus, according to Inpulse survey

Nearly two thirds of employees said their most common feelings amidst the coronavirus pandemic are anxiety, stress or distraction, with job security being the dominant reason for the emotion, according to research from employee engagement survey experts, Inpulse.

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