Dorset residents are being urged to step forward and volunteer to be part of the community response to COVID-19 as cases start to rise nationally again.
Residents and visitors in Dorset are being urged to continue to play their part and prevent the spread of coronavirus as further national measures come into effect in England.
The Government is launching a new Test and Trace app today (24 September) to help prevent further spread of the COVID-19 virus
Dorset Reclaim, a charity which provides low income families with access to affordable furniture and white goods, has received a £20,000 grant from the Talbot Village Trust COVID-19 Support Fund.
Dorset residents are being urged prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The impact of the pandemic will never be forgotten at Poole Hospital.
A hospital, which is at the forefront of an investigation into how our genes can affect our reaction to COVID-19, is on our doorstep.
If your mental health has suffered during the pandemic, you might like to participate in free online mental health sessions being organised by Dorset Mind from 14-19 September.
A stark warning for students not to confuse COVID-19 with other killer diseases comes from the charity, Meningitis Now, as thousands of young people prepare to leave home for university for the first time.
If you are struggling to pay your mortgage or rent, don’t delay in seeking help as possession hearings – which were suspended – restart on 23 August.