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Dorset Motorcyclist Killed In A35 Crash

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A 26-year-old motorcyclist from Lyme Regis has died after an accident with a lorry on the A35 yesterday afternoon.

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Man Rescued From Weymouth Jetty

A man's been rescued from the jetty at North Quay in Weymouth after suffering an ankle injury.

Paedophile Jailed After Investigation By Dorset Police

A paedophile who travelled to Dorset to have sex with a 15-year-old child in a hotel room, has been jailed for four years.

New Farmers Market Coming To Weymouth

Weymouth Bid are bringing a new farmers market to St Thomas Street from April.

Walk With The Dinosaurs On Portland

A new model's been unveiled to show how a new visitor attraction on Portland will allow us to stand on a Jurassic seashore, and look out onto a salt water lagoon, with sea caves and living corals.

Naming Of 'Jihadi John' Splits Victims' Families

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The family of Steven Sotloff, the US journalist beheaded in an Islamic State video, have said they have "full faith" that his alleged killer "Jihadi John" will be brought to justice - a day after he was identified as a Londoner called Mohammed Emwazi.

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The Cult Of Farage: Hero's Welcome In US

UKIP may have had a boost with the release of unexpectedly high immigration figures and a new opinion poll suggests it may win the constituency of South Thanet in the election - but its leader wasn't in the UK to make the most of it.

Kids As Young As 11 Sharing Self-Harm Images

"Alarming" numbers of children are being exposed to images of self-harm before they are even teenagers, a study by four youth charities has found.

UK's Second Ebola Vaccine Ready For Testing

The UK's second Ebola vaccine is being fast-tracked to start testing in Africa in the coming weeks.

Miliband To Unveil Tuition Fee Cut Promise

Ed Miliband will today outline Labour's election promise to reduce tuition fees - rolling back some of the increase which was implemented by the coalition.

Naming Of 'Jihadi John' Splits Victims' Families

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The family of Steven Sotloff, the US journalist beheaded in an Islamic State video, have said they have "full faith" that his alleged killer "Jihadi John" will be brought to justice - a day after he was identified as a Londoner called Mohammed Emwazi.

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Greek Clashes: Protesters In Syriza Backlash

Protesters have clashed with riot police in Greece in the first display of anti-government sentiment since the leftist Syriza party took power a month ago.

EU Bill Claim 'Not Supported By Facts'

George Osborne's claim that he halved a £1.7bn EU surcharge in negotiations last year is "not supported by the facts", according to a report.

WhatsApp Banned In Brazil Over 'Graphic Photos'

WhatsApp is facing a nationwide ban in Brazil, after the instant messaging service allegedly failed to cooperate with an investigation into indecent images of children on the app.

UK's Second Ebola Vaccine Ready For Testing

The UK's second Ebola vaccine is being fast-tracked to start testing in Africa in the coming weeks.

Van Gerwen Draws, But Stays Put At The Top

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Michael van Gerwen has retained his top spot in the Premier League, despite being held to a 6-6 draw by Adrian Lewis in Belfast.

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Celtic Ousted After 1-0 Defeat To Inter Milan

Celtic have been beaten 1-0 by Inter Milan in the last-32 Europa League clash at the San Siro to exit the competition 4-3 on aggregate.

Liverpool Crash Out Of Europa League

Liverpool crashed out of the Europa League as Dejan Lovren missed the decisive penalty in the shoot-out after Besiktas had taken the tie to extra time with a 1-0 win in Istanbul.

The Latest Headlines From Sky Sports News

A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.

Murray Beaten By 18-Year-Old Rival Coric

An out-of-sorts Andy Murray has lost in straight sets to Croatian teenager Borna Coric to crash out of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.

Oscars: £97k Gown Worn By Lupita Nyong'o Stolen

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Lupita Nyong'o dazzled the Oscars red carpet with a pearl-encrusted dress on Sunday - but according to police in Los Angeles, the custom-made gown has been stolen.

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Redmayne Keeping Career On Track With Thomas

After winning an Oscar Eddie Redmayne won't be railroaded into taking new roles, but he has agreed to voice one of the engines in a new Thomas The Tank Engine film.

Band Name Lands Scarlett Johansson In Dispute

Her own name carries a lot of weight in Hollywood but now Scarlett Johansson is facing a legal dispute over the name of her new group.

'Titans' Actor Will Patton Arrested For DUI

Actor Will Patton, best known for Remember The Titans and Armageddon, has been arrested for driving under the influence, a report said.

Banksy Goes Undercover To Make Gaza Film

Banksy has released a video of a satirical travel advert for Gaza after travelling to the area undercover.

WhatsApp Banned In Brazil Over 'Graphic Photos'

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WhatsApp is facing a nationwide ban in Brazil, after the instant messaging service allegedly failed to cooperate with an investigation into indecent images of children on the app.

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EU Bill Claim 'Not Supported By Facts'

George Osborne's claim that he halved a £1.7bn EU surcharge in negotiations last year is "not supported by the facts", according to a report.

Net Neutrality Rules Approved By US Regulator

US regulators have approved net neutrality rules banning broadband providers from charging to put online services in a so-called fast lane.

Greek Clashes: Protesters In Syriza Backlash

Protesters have clashed with riot police in Greece in the first display of anti-government sentiment since the leftist Syriza party took power a month ago.

New Farmers Market Coming To Weymouth

Weymouth Bid are bringing a new farmers market to St Thomas Street from April.

Basketball: Cowboys Have No Luck Against Exeter II

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Weymouth Cowboys 50 – 77 Exeter University II. Men’s Exeter and District Division 1. Match Sponsor: Coleman Insurance Brokers.

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Young Weymouth Footballer In Champions League Action Tonight

He plays for an under 9's team in Weymouth - but tonight Cory Baker will be stepping out onto the pitch at the Etihad Stadium.

Local Football: Tough Night For The Terras

Weymouth's run of poor league performances continued last night with a 5-1 defeat at Corby town.

Local Football: Weymouth Travel To Corby Town

Weymouth will be looking to get back to winning ways tonight as they get ready to take on Corby Town away.

Basketball: Tropic's Storm On The League Continues

Solent Junior Basketball Association Solent Kestrels U15 35 – 65 Weymouth College Tropics. Winchester 30 – 90 Weymouth College Tropics.

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