The John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF) still has places for some thrill seekers to join them on Sunday 31 July at Airfield Camp, Netheravon, to “Jump Like a Tiger!”
Motor dealership Breeze Volkswagen has announced that work has commenced on the development of a dedicated new facility to accommodate Volkswagen commercial vehicles.
Big-hearted bosses at a recycling company have helped a garden club take root at a Dorset school.
Do you recognise this man? Shortly after 2pm on Friday 15 April, he entered the Boots store in the Market Cross, selected a large amount of Oral B toothbrush heads and placed them in a white Tesco Bag for Life.
The New Forest Seasonal Snaps photo competition returns today, giving the chance to win prizes for springtime photos.
Employers were urged to seize opportunities for staff development when they attended the latest Granby Business Breakfast at Weymouth Football Club.
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.