Members of Dorset County Council will debate the future shape of local government in Dorset at a special council meeting on Thursday, 10 March.
Queen’s Park Academy welcomed the Queen of Hearts on World Book Day – along with dozens of Cheshire Cats, Mad Hatters and white rabbits. The school in East Way, Bournemouth, was transformed into Wonderland. And pupils enjoyed two days of curriculum enrichment focusing on the well-loved tale, including a production of Alice in Wonderland by…
Detectives investigating an alleged serious assault in Poole are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward – with nine men and one woman being arrested. The incident happened just before midnight on Sunday 28 February in Parkstone Heights. It was reported that a man had sustained serious stab injuries. The local man,…
Ian Ebdon, men’s captain at Christchurch Golf Club presents Andrea Piedot from Bournemouth Hospital Charity with a cheque for £3,369.33 which has been raised over the last year. The Captain’s Golf Day, various raffles and collection tins all helped to achieve this fantastic amount that will go to the stroke unit.
Just Don’t! Steve Fowler, founder of PamPurredPets, the South’s largest independent pet store chain, says that there is no excuse, no matter how well meaning the intention, to feed dogs chocolate made for human consumption
A hospital gown designed for women who want to protect their modesty for religious reasons is now being offered at the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals. The new ‘multi-faith dignity gown’ includes sleeves ending at the wrist, two hair coverings, a face mask and a belt around the waist to ensure it doesn’t come open…
Bournemouth’s Castlepoint Shopping Park is to support the manager of fashion retailer H&M as she trains to fight in a charity boxing tournament on 19 March.
Conservators at Dorset History Centre have restored the Wimborne St Giles estate map, which dates from 1659, to its former glory.
Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) officially launched the Bournemouth International Growth (BIG) programme at the end of January. It is an ambitious major economic growth plan focused on employment and development around Bournemouth Airport.
Pupils from St Aldhelm’s Academy have been selected to become the Cherries’ Premier League Reading Stars.