Libraries managed by Dorset Council, which have been much missed over the past three months, are to re-open next week. However, it will be phased.
Dorset LEP is to receive government funding to enable the expansion of the Dorset Careers Hub.
Saturday 4 July is the day many people have been looking forward to, as many pubs, cafes and restaurants will be re-opening.
Dorset Council’s Environmental Protection Team has received a high number of complaints about flies over the last few weeks.
Children and young people in Dorset have been able to enjoy plenty of outdoor activities during lockdown.
Local people are to have the chance to ask questions in advance of a Dorset Council and BCP Council Joint Health Scrutiny meeting on Wednesday 1 July at which the county-wide response to COVID-19 will be discussed.
Although Dorset libraries are still closed, the teams have been keeping adults and children entertained during lockdown with a packed programme of online activities.
With warnings in place not to have barbecues or fires in high fire risk areas of the county, Dorset Council is seeking agreement to look at measures prohibiting or controlling the use of disposable barbecues and other fire-related activities.
A virtual tea party is to be held this Thursday 18 June for Dorset’s Shared Lives carers and the families they look after to mark Shared Lives Week.
It’s here at last. If you’ve been missing your retail therapy, pop out to your local high street today, Monday 15 June as many shops which sell non-essential goods are opening.