After three weeks of home-schooling, the Easter holidays will feel rather different this year – for children and parents.
We know you can’t go ‘down to the woods today’ but you could start to knit some teddies.
As part of the efforts to help people get out of hospital when they are fit to do so, a new model is being launched in Dorset.
Local fresh handmade cosmetics company LUSH has donated soap and hand cream to Dorset NHS staff working on the frontline to tackle COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Officers investigating an incident where a man was bitten by a dog near Christchurch are appealing for information to help identify the owner of the animal involved.
Yellow Buses is reducing its services over the four day Easter Weekend as it is expected to carry just seven per cent of its usual passenger numbers.
Students and parents are encouraged to tune in to the Bournemouth & Poole College’s live Facebook Q&A session with the vice principal for curriculum on Wednesday, April 8 at 1pm.
Talbot Village Trust has launched a £1 million Covid-19 support fund to help any charities and community organisations in Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole, East Dorset and Purbeck that are struggling to provide critical support to their communities.
Following a personal tragedy – a loss of a child – Mary Meyrick from Dorset wanted to do a job that was meaningful.
Tributes have been paid to serving Dorset Police Sergeant Ian Woodward who very sadly died in Bournemouth after a period of illness.