The Royal Bournemouth Hospital has closed four wards to all visitors, following an outbreak of the Norovirus
Tim Stephens, a convicted child sex offender, is likely to be released from prison in under half the time of his official sentence for pleading guilty. Guy Larsen asks whether there are certain crimes that should not receive a reduced sentence for owning up.
Last year the government announced a £100 million reduction in arts funding. One year later, Guy Larsen investigates the impact of the arts cuts.
One year on, Dorset’s first full-time fire fighter is organising a “round the world” bike ride to raise money to beat breast cancer.
The father of 24-year-old Jesse John Jones is appealing for any information that will determine the whereabouts of his missing son.
Builders have begun work on Bournemouth University’s Kimmeridge House. The building on Talbot Campus, Poole, is in the process of being extended to accommodate an extra 535 students on site.
Easter to children is a time of receiving lots of chocolate. It also reminds many of us about that feeling of eating too much of it. With the 4th April circled in big red pen on the kitchen calender, it might be a good time to take a step back and find out how chocolate, a rabbit and an egg ended up having anything to do with the Christian celebration of Christ’s death.