LiveMurder investigation launched after death of woman in Lytchett Matravers

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  • DETECTIVES have launched a murder investigation following the death of a 62-year-old woman in Lytchett Matravers.
  • The woman was discovered in a rear garden of a property in Wareham Road at 8.45am this morning. She died in hospital a short time later.
  • The scene has been cordoned off.
  • A 73-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

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1:17pm Fri 20 Sep 13

Old Colonial says...

"12:00pm Our Poole reporter Jim Durkin is on his way to the scene to bring us some updates"

Could someone please teach him how to write a competently thought out article then, instead of just printing gossip and snippets?
"12:00pm Our Poole reporter Jim Durkin is on his way to the scene to bring us some updates" Could someone please teach him how to write a competently thought out article then, instead of just printing gossip and snippets? Old Colonial
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1:50pm Fri 20 Sep 13

Pablo23 says...

Old Colonial wrote:
"12:00pm Our Poole reporter Jim Durkin is on his way to the scene to bring us some updates"

Could someone please teach him how to write a competently thought out article then, instead of just printing gossip and snippets?
Here we go again.
I'm sure if you really tried you could pick out the odd spelling mistake or grammatical slip up in how the Echo has described this poor ladies death.
[quote][p][bold]Old Colonial[/bold] wrote: "12:00pm Our Poole reporter Jim Durkin is on his way to the scene to bring us some updates" Could someone please teach him how to write a competently thought out article then, instead of just printing gossip and snippets?[/p][/quote]Here we go again. I'm sure if you really tried you could pick out the odd spelling mistake or grammatical slip up in how the Echo has described this poor ladies death. Pablo23
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1:55pm Fri 20 Sep 13

HDI says...

12:21pm - Next of kin are yet to be made aware.

12:40pm - We've had some pictures back from our photographer Jon at the scene

Those pictures clearly identify the house, allowing anyone who knows the occupants to guess who the unfortunate victim is likely to have been. I can only hope that relatives and friends don't come here before they've been informed.
12:21pm - Next of kin are yet to be made aware. 12:40pm - We've had some pictures back from our photographer Jon at the scene Those pictures clearly identify the house, allowing anyone who knows the occupants to guess who the unfortunate victim is likely to have been. I can only hope that relatives and friends don't come here before they've been informed. HDI
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2:30pm Fri 20 Sep 13

westbaywonder says...

The echo newspaper is the Dorset version of the old News Of The World. LOL
The echo newspaper is the Dorset version of the old News Of The World. LOL westbaywonder
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3:10pm Fri 20 Sep 13

Presstostop says...

An appalling excuse for journalism.
An appalling excuse for journalism. Presstostop
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4:20pm Fri 20 Sep 13

Pablo23 says...

Old Colonial wrote:
Pablo23 wrote:
Old Colonial wrote:
"12:00pm Our Poole reporter Jim Durkin is on his way to the scene to bring us some updates"

Could someone please teach him how to write a competently thought out article then, instead of just printing gossip and snippets?
Here we go again.
I'm sure if you really tried you could pick out the odd spelling mistake or grammatical slip up in how the Echo has described this poor ladies death.
Sorry Pablo but this has nothing to do with nit-picking over spelling and grammar. Just the depths to which the, once proud, profession of journalism is sinking.
You have to bare in mind that with a breaking news story that time is of the essence, and with the multi media world we live in information comes a flowing from many sources.

I'm sure that once the dust has settled and the full story is revealed that the excellent writers at the Bournemouth Echo will fashion the above into a well written and informative document of events.
[quote][p][bold]Old Colonial[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pablo23[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Old Colonial[/bold] wrote: "12:00pm Our Poole reporter Jim Durkin is on his way to the scene to bring us some updates" Could someone please teach him how to write a competently thought out article then, instead of just printing gossip and snippets?[/p][/quote]Here we go again. I'm sure if you really tried you could pick out the odd spelling mistake or grammatical slip up in how the Echo has described this poor ladies death.[/p][/quote]Sorry Pablo but this has nothing to do with nit-picking over spelling and grammar. Just the depths to which the, once proud, profession of journalism is sinking.[/p][/quote]You have to bare in mind that with a breaking news story that time is of the essence, and with the multi media world we live in information comes a flowing from many sources. I'm sure that once the dust has settled and the full story is revealed that the excellent writers at the Bournemouth Echo will fashion the above into a well written and informative document of events. Pablo23
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