Dorset Devils tackle the issue of litter and waste found in the Lower Gardens in Bournemouth. On Saturday, Peter Ryan, founder of the volunteer group, took around 25 residents to filter out the rubbish often found in the seaside town. The team have come across nappies and even underwear that has been disposed of by […]
Street activist group, Anonymous for the Voiceless, stood outside Marks & Spenser’s in Bournemouth on Saturday, protesting to put an end to factory farms across the UK. They fear for animal welfare in the industry, but the cutting of farms could mean the loss of thousands of jobs, especially in rural areas of the UK, […]
GP’s in the Dorset area warn of a drop in the number of pregnant women, taking the flu vaccine this winter. They are urging the mothers-to-be to make an appointment for the jab.
We are all born into this world with chance allotting us a sex, but in this lottery what if someone chose your sex for you? Dr Jay Hayes-Light found himself being born a healthy baby boy, but with the intervention of doctors, he was raised in pink outfits instead of blue. When doctors were inspecting […]
The closures of several post offices in Bournemouth have resulted in long queues and extended waiting times for customers. With the closing of the West Hill office on Commercial Road and the Kinson office on Wimborne Road, it seems people have fled to the town centre in need of posting this years Christmas cards. A […]
Dorset sibling groups struggle to find a forever home as new figures are released to mark National Adoption week. The national information service, First 4 Adoption, have released figures showing sibling groups in Dorset are struggling to find adoptive parents. Over half of the children in the South West (57%) looking for adoptive families, are […]