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Information on local newspapers covering Poole

Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo provide a lot of information of interest to Poole residents. The type of information commonly found in Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo includes:

Poole News

Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo will contain all the up to date Poole area news including important information on local crime, health care, town planning and environmental news. Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo are an excellent source for individuals wanting to know the Poole area news and issues.

Local Events in Poole

Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo will usually keep you posted on all the forth coming Poole community events such as food fares, lectures, church events, charity events and any other events of interest to Poole people. If you are interested in knowing about and attending Poole events then Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo will keep you posted.


If you have something you want to sell or are interested in purchasing anything ranging from garden equipment to toys from Poole people then you should be able to view listings in Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo. In this section you can, if you would like, also find similar minded Poole people looking for friendship or romance.

Car Listings in Poole

If you want to list your car for private sale or are wanting to buy through a Poole car dealer then there will usually be a section in Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo for this.

Properties for Sale in Poole

Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo will usually have a property supplement which will keep you informed of properties for sale and rent in the Poole area.

Births, Marriages and Deaths

You can find details in Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo on births, deaths and marriages in Poole.

Sports in Poole

You can keep up to date on the results and achievements of your local sports clubs including football, cricket and many more in the sports section of Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo.


Poole theatres and entertainment venues will commonly be reviewed in Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo.

Jobs in Poole

Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo will also often list jobs in the Poole area. Although businesses will still advertise their jobs in Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo it is becoming more common for them to advertise on AllPooleJobs. Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo job adverts cost per word so businesses like the freedom they get with the unlimited wording allowed by AllPooleJobs. Jobs in Poole Advertiser / The Bournemouth Daily Echo can also cost somewhere between £300 to £1000 for one advertisement compared to AllPooleJobs which only charges £199 plus VAT for 2 weeks of continuous advertising.

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Careers Advice

We work with experts in and around our local area to provide useful information relating to careers advice - we hope you will find these articles to be helpful. You can view our news news archive here

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 5 - Finding a New Job

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Redundancy - Advice for Employers and Businesses

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 2 - Financial Advice

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 1 - Knowing Your Rights

Do you know what redundancy package you are likely to receive? Do you know what the government stipulated minimum package is? As well as detailing the legal and financial aspects we will

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 3 - Psychological Impact

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Top 10 things not to do in a job interview

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Dealing with Redundancy - Part 4 - Retraining and Development

Have you thought about a new career or improving upon the skills you currently have? In this article we will offers tips and advice on increasing your 'employability' through courses and

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10 Steps to Creating Career Opportunities

It's too easy to start looking in the job section of the paper and applying for everything that has an attractive salary, car or any other perks, before falling into this trap, be really

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Poole Employment & Business News

When attending interviews it's always good to be up to date with what's happening in the local business and employment sector - we hope you'll find these selected news articles interesting

Part time Jobs in Poole

It can appear difficult to find a job that fits around your life commitments. We know that 9 to 5 from Monday to Friday will not be suitable everyone. In fact, statistics show that the number of people working in excess of 45 hours a week is in steady decline. It is not uncommon for people to need hours which fit around personal factors including childcare. If you’re hunting for a part time job in townname what are some common sectors to find flexible employment and how can sitename aid you in finding a part time job in townname? Common Part Time Jobs in Townname Part time jobs in townname are found in all sectors but experience has shown that certain sectors commonly display a greater number of flexible openings than others, particularly when you want a part time job with less experience required. Here are some sectors that we recommend that you might want to look at: Customer Services It is not uncommon for more

Nursing jobs in Poole

Nursing and care is one of the biggest industries in Poole with several hospitals and lots care homes and care organisations in this area. All of these establishments need staffing but how can you go about looking for the right more

What not to do in your Poole job interview

As well as preparing for what you should do when attending a job interview, whether it's a part time job in Poole or that fantastic next step on the career ladder, it is just as key more

Top 4 questions asked at job interviews for Poole job seekers

1. Describe your strengths It is almost guaranteed that on most Poole job interviews you will be asked what you think your strengths are (and sometimes what you think your weaknesses / 'development more

Interview Tips to help you get that perfect job in Poole

AllPooleJobs is specifically designed to help people find jobs in Poole or to find jobs in the area of Poole. With the recruitment market now more competitive than it more