There have been a series of sex attacks in Bournemouth, local police warn young people of the dangers.View Article
As part of Parliament week the Rock is giving you the chance to vote for who you think the most influential woman in politics of 2013 is.
Jimmy Carr, Jack Dee and Stereophonics headline this months live entertainment across Dorset. Here is our pick of the best of what’s on.
THE Samaritans have celebrated their diamond anniversary in Bournemouth.
Palestine is one of the most war-torn places on earth, with vicious religious conflict raging there for decades, claiming the lives of millions. Julia Denni visited the area this summer and saw the effect of violence on the region.
SOME of the biggest names in journalism will be gathering at Bournemouth University for the annual NCTJ Journalism Skills conference later this month.
A review of Ian Dunt’s BU talk on freedom of speech. The editor of politics.co.uk’s compelling case that the Internet can do the opposite of what we expect.
An open meeting by the Conservatives discussed the highly controversial wind farm due to be built on the South coast.
What implications will coming out of Europe have on environment laws in Britain?
England’s forests were almost sold off but the people have intervened in to protect our public land.
An appreciation of trees, which provide us with so much.