To mark the Royal Corps of Signals 100th anniversary, a balloon carrying a Royal Corps of Signals cap badge – called a Jimmy – was sent into space.
On the eve of the birthday, 4 July, iconic landmarks including the Royal Albert Hall, Blackpool Tower and Wembley Arch will be illuminated in blue as part of tributes to NHS staff.
In order to conserve the land, cattle have been introduced to Talbot Heath, marking the first time grazing has been seen in the area in recent memory.
Children across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole, who have been looking longingly at outdoor play areas, will be excited to hear that they will be able to use them in the next couple of days.
Detectives investigating the death of a man in Boscombe Chine Gardens have named the victim as 31-year-old James Cutting from Bournemouth.
Local people are to be able to enjoy walks along a section of Poole Quay and Lower High Street, confident that they can maintain social distancing as BCP is creating enhanced space for walking and cycling.
In just 10 weeks, Dorset Community Foundation has awarded half a million pounds in 188 grants to local groups and charities addressing needs caused by the coronavirus emergency.
Marking the end of an era, Professor Nick Sotherton, director of Research, Advisory and Education with the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, retired on 30 June 2020.
Weymouth Town Bridge will be 90 years old on 4 July, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, celebrations will be kept low key.
With economic activity hitting a record low, Dorset Chamber has warned that hopes of a ‘bounceback’ will be dashed unless there is a clear roadmap forward.