Sadly, Firefighter Simon Kaye died suddenly on 13 April after being taken ill during a routine shift at Christchurch Fire Station.
Before lockdown, The Beehive Centre, which is operated by Dorset’s disability charity Diverse Abilities, celebrated its 25th birthday at The Hamworthy Club.
In the week before Easter, Dorset Council handed out £9.1m to small businesses – and it wants to help more businesses to access coronavirus cash grants.
Poole’s Twin Sails Bridge is now closed until the next phase of repairs is completed.
If you’ve never meditated, now could be the time to give it a go and LiveWell Dorset has produced a practical guide to help you.
If you have a question you would like to ask the leader of BCP Council, you can do so tomorrow 15 April at noon.
Lockdown thoughts from India to the South Coast of England
Each year around 1.3 million women and 600,000 men across the UK suffer some form of domestic violence and abuse.
A young transgender patient has given local NHS staff invaluable training and insights into dealing with LGBT+ (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender+) people.
From 13 April, all cremations provided by BCP Council will take place at Bournemouth Crematorium.