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Blood bike service 'needs donations to keep going'
Volunteer riders who normally take blood between hospitals are now also transporting Covid-19 samples and urgently need fundraising support to keep going.
Man in court accused of coughing at PCSO
A man's been arrested on suspicion of assaulting an emergency service worker in Shaftesbury.
COVID-19 safety advice and latest figures: Cases in South West of England reach 966
Public Health England has revealed that 966 people in the South West of England have tested positive for the coronavirus, as of 9am on Tuesday 31st March 2020.
'Deepest condolences' following death of serving police officer
Tributes are being paid to a Dorset Police officer who's died, while self isolating.
Emergency services 'spat and coughed at'
Police and paramedics say people coughed and spat in their faces over the weekend - with a number of people arrested.
Emergency services 'stories of thank you and despair'
Emergency services in our region have shared messages of thank you for the support they've been given - and also frustration as people flout the lockdown restrictions.
Coronavirus: 563 more COVID-19 deaths in UK as Boris Johnson admits more testing is needed
Another 563 people have died in the UK after contracting coronavirus - bringing the total number of deaths to 2,352 - as Boris Johnson admitted the UK needs to "massively ramp up" testing for the virus.
Coronavirus: 'Sub-standard' protective equipment leaves paramedics 'vulnerable'
A paramedic is concerned he is unwittingly spreading coronavirus between patients because of a lack of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Coronavirus: 3,000 reservists called up to join Ministry of Defence's response
Britain is calling up 3,000 reservists for a six-month mobilisation to help in the fight against coronavirus and is putting their civilian employers on notice.
Coronavirus: Dolly Parton donates $1m to finding a cure for deadly illness
Dolly Parton has announced she is donating $1m (£808,000) to help find a cure for coronavirus.
Coronavirus: How singers are providing a lifeline to care home residents in lockdown
Tapping her feet and swaying, care home resident Freda Colbourne is transported to another world by the singing she's listening to outside her window.
Coronavirus: Rick Astley to play free gig for NHS and emergency workers at end of pandemic
Rick Astley has announced a free gig for NHS staff and emergency workers once venues are open again at the end of the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus: Harry Potter to bring some magical help for parents and teachers in lockdown
For parents and carers in need of a bit of magic to get through teaching and entertaining children in lockdown, don't worry - help is at hand from Hogwarts itself.
Coronavirus: K-pop star Jaejoong admits COVID-19 hospital diagnosis post was April Fool's joke
K-pop star Jaejoong has come under fire after announcing he was being treated in hospital for coronavirus as an April Fool's joke.
Gauthier Ganaye: Former Barnsley CEO cools Charlton speculation
Barnsley's former CEO Gauthier Ganaye has distanced himself from speculation he may be returning to England to take up the same role at fellow Championship strugglers Charlton, reports Sky Sports News' Jeremy Langdon.
Premier League and EFL agree season resumption only when 'safe and appropriate'
The Premier League, English Football League (EFL) and representatives of the game's players and managers have all agreed that the season cannot resume until it is "safe and appropriate to do so".
Gary Neville on Sir Alex Ferguson's Man Utd transfer policy | Off Script
In the latest Off Script, Gary Neville explains Sir Alex Ferguson's successful transfer policy at Manchester United.
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