The 2017 Tech Nation report released last month has named the UK as the digital hub of Europe, with Bournemouth and Poole seeing a 26 per cent growth in digital business.
Holding the Guinness World Record as ‘the largest caravan built with interlocking plastic bricks’ a caravan creation has gone on display in the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.
Dorset-based charity, Diverse Abilities, is gearing up for this year’s Great Dorset Bake Sale and launching the 2017 event on Thursday 6 April at the Cosy Club Bournemouth at 10am.
A Dorchester school has become the first in west Dorset to join the new DCCI Young Chamber Programme bridging the gap between business and education.
Julie wins £100 gift card for Stewarts Garden Centres in 4Dorset magazine’s competition.
Two prisoners have received further jail sentences for a violent attack on a fellow inmate HMP/YOI Portland on Saturday 2 April 2016.
Officers searching for missing Bournemouth woman Jean Lea are keen for more information about a woman seen in the Ferndown area.
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.