Matchmaking cats to potential adopters is the first new-normal process to roll out nationwide as Cats Protection marks more than 1,000 successful adoptions during lockdown.
When pupils at Ballard School in New Milton heard that the Tokyo Olympics had been postponed until next year, they decided to hold their own Virtual Olympic games.
A Poole man, who following a major stroke was told that he would never walk again, has proved the experts wrong by taking part in a charity challenge.
We’ve all got through rather a lot of books over the past three months, so the news that four of the largest libraries across Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole will re-open from 6 July will be welcomed locally.
Dorset Council’s Environmental Protection Team has received a high number of complaints about flies over the last few weeks.
With lockdown easing, Citizens Advice throughout Dorset have put special measures in place to help local residents begin to get back to normal.
Wimborne Model Town, which reopens on 11 July, is looking for a volunteer with experience and enthusiasm to assist with the maintenance and running of its multi-track 00 gauge layout.
A Ferndown teenager has become the first winner of a new award funded by Wimborne Rotary in a partnership with the John Thornton Young Achievers Foundation (JTYAF).
Children and young people in Dorset have been able to enjoy plenty of outdoor activities during lockdown.