Bournemouth businessman Matt Mellor is to tackle the world’s toughest ‘mudder’ in honour of a friend who died of cancer.
Key Stage 3 students at Moyles Court School had a Global Development Day full of activities to support Fairtrade Fortnight in March.
Later this month horsepower will beat tractor-power when it comes to extracting dead trees from the grounds of Highcliffe Castle – horses cause less disturbance to the woodland floor and can get through narrower gaps.
Enterprises based in the Dorset countryside are being invited to blow their own trumpet by entering this year’s Rural Business Awards (RBAs) – a scheme uniquely for countryside-based enterprises.
Police warn public to keep clear of unexploded shells after they disappear from Hurst Spit – POST UPDATED
Two unexploded shells found at Hurst Spit in Milford-on-Sea by a member of the public last night have disappeared from the beach.
Reginald D Hunter, frequently described as the coolest man in comedy, will be headlining this year’s comedy acts at Camp Bestival at Lulworth Castle on 27 and 30 July.
Christchurch and East Dorset Councils have been presented with Gold Award certificates from Pennies from Heaven fundraising.
“The fight for freedom of bigotry isn’t over yet,” says Sophie Cook in an opinion piece on Transgender Day of Visibility, a day that aims to bring attention to the accomplishments of trans people around the globe.
Police officers, staff, and members of the public were recognised for their exceptional contribution to keeping Dorset safe at an awards ceremony on 21 March.
Rare locomotive that starred on stage in ‘The Railway Children’ has been transferred to Swanage Railway
A unique Victorian steam locomotive that escaped the cutting torch thanks to the centenary of London’s Waterloo station – and starred in ‘The Railway Children’ on both sides of the Atlantic – has been transferred to the Swanage Railway by the National Railway Museum.