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CAMP BESTIVAL - Thousands Arrive At Lulworth Castle

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This year's Camp Bestival at Lulworth Castle is underway.

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3 Accidents In 45 Minutes in South And West Dorset

Incidents in Weymouth, Tincleton and Winterborne Abbas between 1.45-2.30pm. Two people taken to hospital.

GULL RUNNING - Witness Describes "Extreme Sport" In Weymouth

There are fears a new seaside craze which involves tormenting seagulls, has begun in Weymouth.

Portland YOI - 19 Serious Assaults In Four Weeks

Portland Young Offenders Institute had 19 serious assaults last month.

Gas Repairs Cause Delays In Weymouth

There are problems along Weymouth's Preston Road.

Social Services Warning Over Migrant Children

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The influx of hundreds of migrant children to the UK is putting "enormous strain" on social services in Kent, the county council's leader says.

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Claims Firms Get £1.7bn From Lloyds PPI Scandal

The boss of Lloyds Banking Group is demanding a crackdown on claims-handling firms as it emerged that they have reaped £1.7bn from Lloyds Banking Group's PPI mis-selling disaster.

Watch Live: Final Stages Of Litvinenko Inquiry

The counsel for Marina Litvinenko is due to make his closing statements to the inquiry into her husband Alexander's death.

One Direction Release Surprise New Single

Just days after Zayn Malik announced his solo career, his former bandmates have released a surprise new single.

Once In A Blue Moon: Rare Sight In Sky Tonight

Britain is due to experience its first blue moon in three years as a full moon hangs in the sky for the second time in a month.

Saudi Arabia Asks To Be Dropped From Lawsuits

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Saudi Arabia had nothing to do with the 11 September, 2001, attacks and should be dismissed from lawsuits brought by victims' families, a lawyer for the kingdom has told a judge.

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US 'Spied On Japanese Government And Firms'

Major companies and senior politicians in Japan have been spied on by the US, according to Wikileaks.

Friend App Creator Says Facebook Bullied Him

A man who developed an app to alert people when someone unfriended them on Facebook says he was bullied by the social network which wanted it shut down.

Man Who Kidnapped Bus Of Children Granted Parole

One of three men who were convicted of kidnapping 26 children from a school bus and holding them captive in a buried trailer at a California quarry has been granted parole.

Cobain Family Fight Death-Scene Photo Release

Courtney Love and Frances Bean Cobain have urged a judge not to release death-scene photos and records that a lawsuit claims will prove the Nirvana frontman was murdered.

Injured Anderson Ruled Out For Trent Bridge

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England fast bowler James Anderson has been ruled out of the fourth Investec Ashes Test at Trent Bridge.

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Palace Signing Connor Wickham For £9m

Crystal Palace have agreed a fee of £9m including add-ons with Sunderland for Connor Wickham, according to Sky sources.

Terry: Other Clubs' Fans Are Just Jealous

John Terry says rival fans who hate him would secretly love to have him in their team.

Hammers Blow Two-Goal Lead Against Astra

West Ham were held 2-2 at home by FC Astra in the first leg of their Europa League third-round qualifier after blowing a two-goal lead and being reduced to 10 men.

Dzeko Agrees Terms But No Move From City Yet

Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko has agreed personal terms with Roma, according to Sky sources.

One Direction Release Surprise New Single

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Just days after Zayn Malik announced his solo career, his former bandmates have released a surprise new single.

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Cobain Family Fight Death-Scene Photo Release

Courtney Love and Frances Bean Cobain have urged a judge not to release death-scene photos and records that a lawsuit claims will prove the Nirvana frontman was murdered.

Stuart Baggs' Family 'Shattered' By His Death

The sister of former Apprentice contestant Stuart Baggs has said his family's world is "shattered apart" by his sudden death, as police continue to investigate.

Game Of Thrones: When Could TV Show End?

Jon Snow might be dead, but Game Of Thrones fans have something to celebrate, the fantasy drama is to continue for at least three more seasons.

Katy Perry Kept From Convent Despite Legal Win

Katy Perry has taken a step closer to her dream home after a judge appeared to rule in her favour in a dispute with a group of elderly nuns over the sale of a $15m convent.

Greece Begins Talks For Third Bailout Of €85bn

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Greece has begun negotiations to secure a third bailout worth €85bn (£60bn) from creditors – even though the International Monetary Fund has warned it will be unable to help until key economic reforms are made.

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Claims Firms Get £1.7bn From Lloyds PPI Scandal

The boss of Lloyds Banking Group is demanding a crackdown on claims-handling firms as it emerged that they have reaped £1.7bn from Lloyds Banking Group's PPI mis-selling disaster.

IAG Profits Rise 40% As Aer Lingus Deal Nears

The owner of British Airways has reported a 40% rise in quarterly profits - as it comes closer to completing a takeover of Irish carrier Aer Lingus.

Lloyds Sets Aside Extra £1.4bn For PPI Payouts

Lloyds Banking Group is setting aside another £1.4bn to deal with claims over the mis-selling of Payment Protection Insurance.

IoD Chief Calls For Early EU Referendum

The head of one of Britain's most influential business groups will urge David Cameron on Friday to hold the referendum on the UK's European Union (EU) membership next year and avoid an "inappropriate" delay.

Fog Abandons Local Friendly Football Encounter

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Portland's friendly with Weymouth has had to be adandoned through Fog

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Plans Unveiled For Windy 500

You can find out about next year's Windy 500 adventure at a fundraising event at Weymouth police station's social club later.

Disabled Footballers To Play Liverpool?

A disability football team from Weymouth could soon be lining up against Premier League opposition

Raptors On The Rise

Dorset's very own American Football Team - the Jurassic Coast Raptors say they're going from strength to strength.

Dorchester Town Announce Season Ticket Prices

Magpies say prices are coming down if you book early for next season.

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