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New research from Queen’s University Belfast and Liverpool John Moores University reveals how the microplastic pollution crisis is threatening biodiversity.
A group of organisations have been ensuring that residents with underlying health conditions have been receiving their prescribed medicines.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) has announced the return of the UK’s biggest annual nature challenge, 30 Days Wild, which asks the public to do one ‘wild’ activity each day for the 30 days in June.
Everyone is invited to tune into Coda Music Trust’s ‘Gramaphone Hour’ on Friday 1 May at 7pm.
Are you now in a position where you need to explore alternative employment options? Have you ever considered what it would be like to work for yourself?
Dorset Council is warning people not to touch caterpillars that are emerging from large webs on trees and bushes where they have been overwintering.
Working from home during the coronavirus crisis has seen new trends including increased productivity and longer working hours, but it has also highlighted the need for improved cyber-security in the home.
We know people are limiting their travel, however, if you have to drive to the Wallisdown area, you need to be aware that there will be a two and a half week road closure starting on 11 May.
Residents and staff at The Wimborne Care Home celebrated with dragons and roses on St George’s Day last Thursday (23 April).