HARRY ARTER and Eddie Howe are expecting the Premier League's big guns to come calling for hotshot striker Joshua King but hope the Norwegian will be a significant part of an exciting future at Vitality Stadium.
POOLE boss Neil Middleditch paid tribute to Aussie ace Brady Kurtz for silencing his doubters in style as he inspired Pirates to a point at Rye House on Saturday.
EDDIE Howe revealed Jason Tindall’s simple but effective brainchild had been behind Cherries’ improved form in front of goal at Vitality Stadium – a return to traditional white nets.
BENIK Afobe has revealed a desire to pay tribute to Ugo Ehiogu was behind his goal celebration during Cherries' victory over Middlesbrough on Saturday.
BOSS Eddie Howe admitted Cherries’ medical staff were “slightly baffled” by Dan Gosling’s recurring calf injury.
CHERRIES coach Mark Molesley has underlined his determination to “put my own stamp” on his managerial position at Weymouth.
DORSET’S batting demons came back to haunt them as they were skittled for just 156 in their 59-run defeat at the hands of Devon in the Unicorns Knockout Trophy yesterday.
MATTY Holmes hailed a "great achievement" after Wimborne blitzed Slimbridge to secure the highest league finish in the club's history.
TOM Killick slammed his Poole Town team for an “atrocious, insipid and unforgivable” performance after they slumped to a 2-0 defeat at lowly Whitehawk.
A FAMILY fun dog show was held in Bournemouth yesterday to help raise funds for stray animals living on the streets of Greece.
TWO dogs were rescued from a fire in a top floor flat in Bournemouth.
THE police helicopter was called out in a search for a missing man.
Physical theatre at its finest. Two performers, a handful of unlikely but superbly contrived props and the entire Brontë myth to deconstruct.
A LURCHER dumped by two men who shouted "look after the dog" to a stranger will soon be ready for a new home.
BEER lovers in Bournemouth are looking forward to raising a glass to the town's new craft brewery which is due to open its doors next month.
A CRUISE ship firm is adding new sailings from Poole Harbour saying demand in the south for maritime holidays abroad is growing.
JURASSIC Coast visitors are being asked for their views on an £8 million National Trust funding bid, launched to protect sand dunes in England and Wales.
THREE directors of a Bournemouth-based credit union, which went into administration owing more than £7million, have received lengthy bans.
MOLLY Shutler ( nee Arnell ) of Verwood contacted the Echo after seeing the photograph of residents from Wheaton, Rebbeck and Roberts roads, Pokesdown, on a trip to London in 1953 organised by Sue Mathison's grandmother Annie Turner, printed on March 22.
A LITTLE boy who suffered from a rare form of cancer has helped raised thousands for charity since finishing his treatment.
FAST growing Chinese takeaway and delivery chain Hotcha has opened its first store in Bournemouth.
PETER Sykes said John Gillard's postcard of Bournemouth Pier, printed on October 10 last year, appears to be taken near the Tea House with the band stand in the distance.
A THIRD of adults in the South West suffer mental health problems due to housing pressures.
BAKERS across the county are being urged to sign up to this year’s Great Dorset Bake Sale on May 5, in aid of Dorset disability charity, Diverse Abilities Plus Here is one recipe from the charity's recipe book, Scrumptious Home Baking, to help you…
YELLOW Buses have really excelled themselves this time.
NEW food routes have been launched which offer a mouth-watering slice of Dorset.
A POOLE-based publisher has spoken out against what he calls the ethos adopted by many churches when treating people for drug and alcohol abuse.
You might imagine artists only live this way in films.
TICKETS are on sale for the return of a gin festival in Bournemouth.
GABRIEL CIOBOTARU, 21 and of Alfreton Road in Nottingham, admitted stealing items to the value of £362.25 from Sainsbury’s in Pitwines Close, Poole on December 2 2016. Also admitted failing to surrender after being released on bail. Also admitted…
HUNDREDS of people will help set a new world record in Wimborne next month.
STUDENTS from a Wimborne school have brought opera to life with their "stunning" recreation of an ancient tale.
A SEARCH has been launched to trace the family of a fallen war hero from West Lulworth.
SWANAGE’S new lifeboat station will officially open this month.
DRINKING water from a vase containing lilies could be enough to kill a cat, vets have warned.
KIND-HEARTED strangers helped a woman left lying with her head in the road on a zebra crossing for four agonizing hours with a broken leg.
A PUB in Burton is undergoing major renovation work in a bid to restore it to its former glory.