The Bearwood community has again come together to celebrate the life of care worker Lynzie Holloway, who died of cancer aged just 38.
Wimborne Minster has been shortlisted in the Great British High Street awards for the Champion High Street prize.
A structural steel company that employs more than 130 people in Dorset and exports to countries around the world has launched new development plans that will see the business relocate to an alternative site in the borough of Christchurch.
BOFA International has been selected as regional winner for Dorset in the High Growth Business of the Year category of the British Chamber of Commerce awards.
As a reward for their hard work, and some downtime from their responsibilities, 25 Dorset young carers went to see War Horse at Southampton’s Mayflower.
There was no shortage of ‘high fives’ as Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF) launched a new campaign to help cancer patients at its 5th anniversary ball.
East Dorset District Council has resolved to transfer 40 local assets to town and parish councils prior to local government reorganisation in Dorset.
An entrepreneurial mountain bike enthusiast who became fed up with the hobby causing the inside of his van to get muddy has designed a neat solution – the Dirt-Bag.
Double Olympic gold medal rowing hero and adventurer James Cracknell is to be keynote speaker at this year’s AFCB Business Directors’ Dinner.v
Wimborne has been awarded Plastic Free Community status, just five months after launching its campaign using the criteria set up by Surfers Against Sewage.