A cutting-edge project in the New Forest is succeeding in its quest to record and protect thousands of archaeological sites for the future.
Reforms to the duty exemption enjoyed by small cider producers in Dorset are expected to be announced next year after a campaign led by local MEP Ashley Fox.
The family of teenager Louis Harris whose body was found in Weymouth Harbour have paid tribute to him.
Last year, People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) launched the first ever National Water Vole Monitoring Programme (NWVMP). After a successful initial year, PTES is hoping to build on this citizen science project with a call for more volunteers to participate this May. Water voles were once a common sight along UK riverbanks and waterways, but over the last century they have experienced the most severe decline of any wild mammal in the UK. The NWVMP provides an essential resource in our efforts to conserve the species.
New equipment that will help diagnose and treat cancer of the womb tops the fundraising wish list of Bournemouth Hospital Charity’s Twilight Walk for Women. It takes place on 20 May at 8pm on Bournemouth seafront.
Newly uncovered photos and a diary of an injured New Zealand soldier are giving a personal insight into the role of the New Forest in World War I.
Christchurch and East Dorset Councils, in conjunction with Skills and Learning and Somerford Alliance Resource Centre (ARC), are launching a new event in Christchurch for freelancers, home workers and micro business owners.
Wimborne Minster’s much-loved Quarter Jack is being brought to life as the figurehead for the new Wimborne History Festival, and people are being asked to find a name for this colourful character.
Dorset Highways surface dressing programme is underway, with rural roads across the county scheduled for treatment.
Staff from Teachers Building Society with the help of Bournemouth Rugby Club, made a difference to 30 local Dorset students this week, thanks to the ‘My’ Life programme by Destination Education.