A Bournemouth man has been jailed for three years after being convicted of robbing a bank by threatening staff with a bomb.
A man has today (23 July) been jailed for life after being found guilty of the murder of Corfe Castle mum-of-four Samantha Henderson.
Pendine Sands came alive as hundreds of spectators watched a commemorative run of the iconic 350hp Sunbeam, on the 90th anniversary of Sir Malcolm Campbell’s World Land Speed Record of 150mph.
Dorset Wildlife Trust (DWT) is delighted to welcome its newest patron, local resident and life-long member, Professor James Lovelock.
Amongst many things, Professor Lovelock is the inventor of the first device to detect CFCs in the atmosphere, originator of ‘The Gaia Theory’, author of seven books, and a Dorset resident with a keen interest in the natural environment.
A charity golf day is being held at Christchurch Golf Club on Friday 7 August to raise money for Bournemouth Hospital Charity which will benefit patients who have had a stroke.
From making poetry out of book pages to building towering structures, primary school children were given a fascinating glimpse into the world of science, technology, engineering and maths.
This year’s Family Beach Festival saw hundreds of people flock to the sand to try out a range of sporting activities with ‘have a go’ sessions and demonstrations.
Verwood in Bloom’s annual competition is over for another year, after the town impressed with a colourful array of flowers and foliage. Paul Spencer, Plant Area Manager at John Browns, Wyevale Gardens Centre judged the event.
The Great Dorset Steam Fair has spent the winter planning improvements to the layout and infrastructure at the Tarrant Hinton Showground.
A team of Bournemouth students is officially among the best performance teams in the country after winning a string of awards in the national finals of Rock Challenge.
Already designated a ‘premier league’ team, the students from Oak Academy – LeAF Campus are now also in the top nine performing schools across the country.