A man who was reported as missing by Dorset Police has 'returned home safe and well.'
HUNDREDS of people enjoyed a nostalgic day of vintage cars and miniature steam engine rides at Wimborne Model Town.
JUNIOR STANISLAS’S crackerjack 23rd minute strike earned Cherries a 1-0 win over Everton, a result that was full reward for a high-octane performance that completely overwhelmed their hitherto unbeaten visitors.
FOOD may be trendier than ever, but Diana Henry believes we'd all be happier in the kitchen if we remembered cooking's a life skill - not a hobby
SCOTCH eggs were created around 300 years ago as a pocket-sized snack for aristocrats, it is claimed.
It is thirty years since Jim Haylock opened the popular Moors Valley Railway, the south's longest, fully signalled, narrow gauge seven-and-a-quarter steam railway, where the engines have the smallest gauge possible to enable drivers to sit in the…
Archaeologists made an amazing - yet grisly - discovery when they unearthed the skeleton of a Roman man with his feet bent backwards in order to fit in to his coffin.
THE comprehensive review of Hinkley has been a total sham.
A CLASSROOM dedicated to inspiring the next generation of engineers has opened at Bournemouth and Poole College.
Don’t hate me, I know it’s early, but it’s time to prepare (not celebrate), as Christmas is coming. I hate tinsel and Jingle Bells before December as much as the next man, but many festive savings are only possible if you do them early.
THOMAS FRANK ROBINSON aged 57 of Richmond Road, Poole, admits to possession of a quantity of Diamorphine, a controlled drug of class A, at Poole on 18/8/16. Conditionally discharged for six months. To pay £20 victim surcharge.
Don't worry if your summer containers are now past their best because you can perk up your pots with autumn plantings that will give you colour and texture through the cooler months and beyond.
A DAIRY farmer from west Dorset who makes vodka from milk has swapped the farm yard for a film studio to recreate one of the best loved adverts of all time.
A PET store in Poole is offering local Brownie groups free workshops to help members gain their Friend to Animals badge.
A VANDALISED memorial garden in Poole Park will be repaired thanks to the generosity of a local legal firm.
THE Lulworth Estate is set to host its first ever off-road cycling event today.
ROADWORKS planned for a busy route will be a “major headache” for bus services, with congestion already having a significant impact on the “fragile” road network.