POLICE have launched a witness appeal in connection with an incident of criminal damage in Bournemouth.
FURTHER to recent correspondence regarding cyclists needing to be seen at night I would agree with your correspondent.
TOTTENHAM'S Moussa Sissoko has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association following a controversial incident with Harry Arter on Saturday.
Think Halloween is just for kids? Then think again as a host of devilishly good events are taking place across Dorset for adults.
Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to after a girl was inappropriately touched on a bus.
Sunday has always been my least favourite day of the week to go to a gig as I do like that last few hours of relaxing before I have to go back to work on the Monday morning.
A FISH and chip restaurant near Sherborne is ‘battering’ it out to be named the best restaurant in the UK after being shortlisted as one of the country’s top 10 chippy’s.
WITH the demise of the ABC and Odeon Cinemas drawing nearer, what is being planned for these two buildings in Westover Road?
WE had very mixed feelings about the building of a fossil museum at Kimmeridge where we go to find peace.
WITH Labour and the Liberal Democrats in the wilderness, are the BBC now the official opposition to government?
ON Tuesday, October 4, my mum Alice had a very nasty fall by the Esso garage at the top of Bath Hill.
OAK Academy was the site of the North European Volleyball Zonal Association tournament over the weekend.
THE first live Autumnwatch broadcast from RSPB Arne will take place this evening.
A MAN from Poole has died following a motorcycle crash in Cambodia.
DORSET'S super council consultation is "biased", say two former Borough of Poole policy directors.
STUDENTS at a flourishing Christchurch secondary school are aiming for the top.
A CRACKDOWN on drone flying in the New Forest has been launched after a catalogue of incidents.
LAURA BROOKS, aged 29, of Cunningham Crescent in Bournemouth, admitted having in her possession drugs paraphernalia including a crack pipe, needles, burnt tin foil and citric acid, in Moore Avenue, Bournemouth, on September 9, which she was…
THE Danish home goods store, Flying Tiger, has opened a pop-up unit at Poole's Dolphin Shopping Centre.
JACK Wilshere has refuted suggestions his Arsenal career is over but the England midfielder admits the onus is on him to "prove himself all over again".
CYSTIC fibrosis patients will no longer be able to access regular specialist care at Poole Hospital under new plans.
VALUABLE green space could be lost if plans to build homes in Upton progress any further, say residents fighting to put a halt to the scheme.
BOSS Eddie Howe has spread a message of love throughout his Cherries squad and insists non-selection should not leave players feeling undervalued.
IT’S no longer a pleasure to drive.
IMMIGRATION officials have arrested three workers at a Chinese restaurant in Parkstone.
TOM Killick hailed as “a big boost” Marvin Brooks’s dramatic late goal as Poole Town returned to winning ways in National South at Hungerford Town.
CHRISTCHURCH council could ask taxi drivers to complete BTEC and NVQ qualifications in a bid to 'improve the level of service'.
MATTY Holmes says a team meeting in the wake of the crushing defeat by Swindon Supermarine was the catalyst for Wimborne Town’s gritty 1-0 victory at Wantage on Saturday.
A LARGE detached house in Southbourne will be demolished to make way for a new terrace.
A CONVOY of military vehicles snaked through the centre of Wimborne at the weekend as part of the town's 2016 Poppy Appeal launch.
ROYAL Mail has launched a drive to recruit around 180 temporary Christmas workers at Poole’s Dorset Mail Centre.
Banks like JP Morgan are already planning how they will relocate out of Britain if the UK loses its financial passport, the industry's chief executive has said.
AS reliable as Father Christmas, musical maestro Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra will be returning once more to the BIC this Christmas.
A SHAKE-UP of councils could help Dorset punch its weight nationwide, business delegates heard at a consultation meeting.
A FIREFIGHTER from Dorset who founded a music festival in memory of his brother has won prestigious fundraising awards.
A TOURIST facility used by more than 130,000 people a year could be axed in a bid to save £60,000 a year.
A LANDMARK hotel is to be demolished to make way for a new hotel and two blocks of flats.
Today's picture of the day is this colourful undated postcard of 'Alum Chine and Suspension Bridge', sent in by John Gillard of Bournemouth. Does the house on the hill on the left still exist today?
ON Monday night (October 17), I attended the Petula Clark concert at the Pavilion theatre in Bournemouth, and what a fabulous show it was.
TINA JOANNE CAIRNS 24.10.1999 The heartache of losing you will never be healed, your happy personality, lovely smile, infectious laugh will never be forgotten. We miss you so very much but treasure memories of the precious years we had with you,…
BARROW PAULA 28/08/56-24/10/06. Ten years since you slipped away. Always in my thoughts and in my heart. Love John x x
A MAN has died after a serious crash between a car and a motorcycle in Poole.