To be crowned Company of the Year at the Dorset Business Award, entrants will need to exhibit strategic thinking, dedication to innovation and the wider economy, as well as a strong commitment to its staff and sustainable practices to benefit the whole county.
For the first time, a part of the late Lord Montagu’s private apartment in Palace House in Beaulieu is being opened to visitors, with the launch of a new exhibition.
In relation to an alleged assault in Horseshoe Common in Bournemouth town centre on Saturday 16 July, two 20-year-old Poole men have been arrested on suspicion of assault.
A spectacular family Funday is being held in Poole’s Victorian park on Thursday 4 August, when you can also have your say on the future of the park.
Concerned that pollinating insects aren’t benefiting from your garden? Tim Bucknall, Landscape Contracts Manager at Stewarts Garden Centres has some straightforward tips to help you ‘bee’ friendly.
Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s disability charity, launched its Lilypad Appeal last year and is now just £35,000 away from providing vital support to even more local children with disabilities, and their families.
Construction of a bridge linking Crown Mead with Waitrose in Wimborne is due to start at the end of September.
This year’s Sting in the Tail festival takes you on a storytelling journey of pirates and princesses, railways and bicycles, and even introduces you to Jesse Owens and the Olympics.
Colin O’Shea, a Public Safety Officer at Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park, has received recognition for using quick thinking to keep the peace within one of the retail establishments.
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says the number of jellyfish blooms – the visual phenomenon of jellies massing together – in UK coastal waters is on the increase as our seas start to warm up.