Being back at school after a six-month break could be traumatic for some pupils, however Mid Dorset Primary Care Network has created a scheme prioritising the students’ physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Dorset is always incredibly busy over the August Bank Holiday weekend, and because of people taking their breaks in England this year, it is feared that roads could be even busier with emergency services stretched to the limit.
Hopefully your August Bank Holiday weekend will go smoothly and you won’t need to visit Dorset’s Minor Injuries Units, however, if you do, you are reminded that temporary changes to the service are still in place.
County lines is a relatively new phrase to come into prominence, but it is something we all need to be aware of.
One marathon is more than enough for most of us, but Dorset firefighter Steve Peel is to embark on the challenge of running 10 marathons – in 10 days.
Dorset Council has three finalists in the Digital Leaders 100 Awards and you can vote for all three at the same time.
Palliative Care community nurse Josie Armstrong is now able to visit patients living on the Isle of Purbeck without incurring ferry costs, thanks to the generosity of The Sandbanks Ferry Company.
With a south-westerly gusting strongly on 25 August as Storm Francis hit Poole Harbour the inevitable happened: two yachts broke away from their moorings and a dinghy capsized.
With more poor weather forecast, Dorset Police is urging those who get behind the wheel to respect other road users and behave sensibly.
Young salmon leaving the river for the sea at Poole Harbour two years ago were the smallest ever recorded by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, (GWCT) which could have led to the reduction in adult salmon on the River Frome.