Officers are continuing to appeal for information about the whereabouts of missing teenager Jess Horton who has not been seen since Friday, 18 September. Here is a further CCTV image of Jess getting off a train at Bournemouth Train Station in Dorset, at about 9.30pm on Friday. She was seen to walk out of the…
A haul of seized counterfeit goods is set for a new lease of life with some of the world’s poorest people thanks to Borough of Poole’s Trading Standards team.
The fake goods consisting of clothing, footwear and bags and with a genuine retail value of around £45,000 was seized by Trading Standards officers during three investigations into the supply of counterfeit goods in Poole.
A man who drove at a group of people enjoying a night out in Bournemouth town centre has been jailed for 13 years.
Dean James Cambage, 33, was sentenced today, (23 September), at Bournemouth Crown Court after pleading guilty at the same court on 30 June to dangerous driving, attempted grievous bodily harm with intent and one count of grievous bodily harm.
Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance is delighted to announce that it is represented in four categories at this year’s Air Ambulance Awards of Excellence, which honour the contributions of staff and volunteers in the UK air ambulance community.
Dorset MEP Ashley Fox is calling for better enforcement of rules regulating the importation of puppies into the UK.
The UK-based Dogs Trust has presented evidence to Mr Fox about diseases being brought into the UK from countries like Lithuania and Romania and the worrying ease in which commercial transporters can bring puppies into Great Britain under a scheme designed for pet owners.
The 91-year-old man who died in a fatal collision in Lytchett Matravers on Friday 18 September has been named by his family.
Peter Brett, of Lytchett Matravers, sadly died following the collision between his blue Mercedes A class car and a white Ford Transit Connect van, being driven by an 84-year-old Swanage man.
Thanks to support from the New Forest Young Carer’s Service, a local young carer is heading off to Winchester University.
‘Joanna’ (not her real name) was encouraged to apply after taking part in a special residential activity two years ago.
An Animal Blessing Service will take place in Wimborne Minster on Sunday 4 October at 3pm.
The Rev Dr Brenda Gibson will be taking the service and there will be a collection in aid of the PDSA.
Leroy Jones, known as one of the top musicians ever produced by the Crescent City and a favourite of jazz fans all over the United States and the world is embarking on his first major solo UK tour in October.
Bournemouth Council have taken robust disciplinary action against two taxi drivers after they flouted late-night road closures. At a hearing today of a sub-committee of Bournemouth’s Licensing Board, members heard evidence from officers in relation to two taxi drivers caught driving in the town centre area of Horseshoe Common from which all vehicle traffic is…