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Cycling Without Age scheme comes to Bournemouth

The Cycling Without Age scheme helps people around the world to get out on a bike. Source: BBC Dorset

Talks agreed on third day of South Western Railway strike

South Western Railway and the RMT union are to hold further talks in the dispute over guard roles. Source: BBC Dorset

There's still time to enter the Dorset Business Awards

The deadline for the Dorset Business Awards is looming. Source: Dorset Local

Conference will promote links between China and Bournemouth

A CONFERENCE is to explore links that could lead to millions of pounds being invested into the local area from China. Source: Dorset Local

Chris O'Grady and Sam Surridge: Oldham Athletic sign strikers

Oldham Athletic sign striker Chris O'Grady on a one-year contract and Bournemouth's Sam Surridge on a season-long loan. Source: BBC Dorset

Blandford crash death girl's mum 'hid alcoholism'

Agencies were alerted to Alanda Pike's drinking before the fatal crash but "key links" were missed. Source: BBC Dorset

Farnborough Airport cocaine trial: Drugs were worth 'more than £50m'

Five men deny smuggling half a tonne of cocaine which was found in 15 suitcases on a private jet. Source: BBC Dorset

Shed Seven play pub gig after Camp Bestival cancelled

Indie band Shed Seven performed the impromptu gig after heavy rain put an end to Camp Bestival. Source: BBC Dorset

Camp Bestival tents take a battering

The main arenas at the event were shut on Sunday due to heavy rain and high winds. Source: BBC Dorset

App will tell you what activities and events are going on nearby

A YOUNG entrepreneur has launched a mobile app which aims to help people to put down the phone and take part in activities. Source: Dorset...

Perinatal mental health: 'I wanted to abort my IVF baby'

For many women, pregnancy is a magical time. But what happens when it isn't what you expected? Source: BBC Dorset

Camp Bestival cancelled after heavy rain and high winds

Organisers say they are "utterly devastated" but made the decision for safety reasons. Source: BBC Dorset

Ferndown Common heathland fire reignites

At least 80 hectares (198 acres) of Ferndown Common were scorched in a fire on Thursday. Source: BBC Dorset

Mary Berry plays drums with Rick Astley at Camp Bestival

The unlikely pairing of the former Bake Off judge and Never Gonna Give You Up singer surprised fans. Source: BBC Dorset

South Western Railway and Eurostar rail workers begin strike

RMT union members at South Western Railway and Eurostar start a 24 hour walkout. Source: BBC Dorset

Acid attack victim welcomes training exercises

Lauren Trent was one of 22 people injured in an acid attack in a London nightclub. Source: BBC Dorset