Animal Defenders International (ADI) has congratulated the UK Government on committing to ban the use of wild animals in travelling circuses in England by January 2020.
More than 20,000 visitors enjoyed the Light Up Poole festival of digital light art from 15-17 February that illuminated the town centre after dark.
The Royal Bournemouth Hospital’s (RBH) Fran Payne has scooped the prestigious Lifetime Service Award at the national Unsung Hero Awards 2018.
The Dorset Destroyers Wheelchair Rugby Club will be attempting a 24-hour+ marathon event at Rossmore Leisure Centre in Parkstone.
Britain’s America’s Cup Challenger, Land Rover BAR, led by Sir Ben Ainslie, is supporting Sport Relief by hosting a 24 hour America’s Cup ‘grind-athon’ and 12-hour disco ‘Spin-athon’ led by Bestival Founder Rob da Bank and Longplay founder, Tim Weeks at the team’s Portsmouth HQ.
Following the success of Harold G Walker’s weekly free legal advice clinics, there is to be additional advice available to Broadstone residents.
Hampshire Police say they are now in a position to confirm the name of the man who died following a collision in the New Forest recently.
As part of World Book Day celebrations, Moyles Court School in Ringwood was delighted to welcome Kate Scott, a talented writer, whose poetry has been broadcast on BBC Radio 4.
A year 8 student at Ringwood School has reached the national final of a prestigious international art competition with his peace poster.
Budding Miss Englands took to the stage in Bournemouth on 27 February as the regional contest, which forms the first part in the journey to find the next Miss World, got underway.