On 6 May, six people will attempt to do at least 30,000 strict press-ups in 10 hours raising money for the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation.
Twelve acts battled it out on Saturday 8 April with Draconem securing first place to become this year’s undisputed voice of Ferndown.
Martin Clunes is helping to highlight the work of Julia’s House in Corfe Mullen by backing the charity’s Fund a Nurse campaign.
A soldier who stabbed his girlfriend to death in Bournemouth while their children slept upstairs has been jailed for life.
New 12-sided pound coin sparks the Marie Curie One Pound Challenge, asking savers and spenders alike to raid their piggy banks for old pound coins.
A flower festival in Ringwood, A Symphony in Flowers, will take place between Wednesday 17 and Saturday 20 May at Ringwood Parish Church.
Jazz by the Sea festival presented its annual young musicians showcase at Bournemouth University giving participants the opportunity to perform in front of a panel of professional jazz musicians and local jazz fans.
Criticism that a nationally important AONB at Cranborne Chase is not being taken fully into account will be voiced when the Blandford+ Neighbourhood Plan for a housing, household recycling/waste transfer site and school development is examined at a public hearing due to take place on 10 April.
The National Coastwatch station will open its doors to members of the public to its Open Days over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
Stewarts Garden Centre customers from Broomhill have been thanked for a £4,750 donation towards care at Lewis-Manning Hospice.