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UPDATE: Family Of Missing Woman Make An Appeal
The family of Samantha Henderson have made an appeal for the public’s help in the search for the missing 25-year-old.
Row Over Abbotsbury Mobile Phone Mast Plan
Some campaigners argue it will be an unsightly eyesore.Others say it would make sense to have a phone signal."
Schools Share £ 6k From Lottery
The money is helping Stoborough School and The Purbeck School introduce the skill of 'mindfulness'
Come And See Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner
Martyn Underhill and his team will be talking to residents about the issues affecting them on January 30th from 10am to 3pm at Tesco in Weymouth Avenue.
Tesco Mum Of The Year Is From Bovington
Louise Fetigan from Bovington set up My Daddy is a Solider Adventures in 2011 when her daughter began struggling to cope with her father being away on duty for long periods of time
Warsi Attacks Govt Policy Towards Muslims
The former Conservative party chairman Baroness Warsi has accused the Government of viewing Britain's Muslim community with suspicion.
No Kiss, He Just Vanished - Auschwitz Survivor
Seventy-five years ago in 1939 when the Nazis invaded Poland, Renee Salt was just 10 years old. Now 85, she is able to look back and reflect on how, miraculously, she survived when so many others perished.
Social Media Campaign To Fight Cervical Cancer
The UK's only dedicated cervical cancer charity is launching a social media campaign to highlight the importance of smear tests as figures show cases of the cancer in young women are on the rise.
In The Margins: Crucial Election Battlegrounds
Sky's Joey Jones is travelling the country looking at the issues that matter to voters in some of the marginal constituencies.
Crackdown On Prisoners Caught With 'Legal Highs'
Prisoners caught using so-called "legal highs" will face tougher penalties following a huge increase in the use of the drugs inside jails.
Attack Leaves 80% Of Pakistan Without Power
Millions of homes have been plunged into darkness following one of the worst blackouts in Pakistan's history.
Greece's Snap Election: Voters Go To The Polls
Voting is under way in a Greek election likely to send shockwaves through Europe and global markets.
Barack Obama Lands In India For Visit
US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle have arrived in New Delhi at the start of a three-day visit to India.
Huge Asteroid To Fly Past Earth On Monday
An asteroid measuring up to 1,800ft across will hurtle past the Earth on Monday, NASA scientists say.
Father Overwhelmed By Japanese Hostage 'Death'
The father of the Japanese hostage apparently killed by Islamic State has said he is overwhelmed by grief.
You Should Be Ashamed, Mourinho Tells Players
Jose Mourinho has said he is "ashamed" of Chelsea's "unacceptable" FA Cup fourth-round defeat to League One side Bradford City.
Four Players Ahead As Kuchar Surrenders Lead
Matt Kuchar suffered a late slump to surrender the lead in the third round of the Humana Challenge at La Quinta in California.
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.
Cave's The Man As Ulster Beat Leicester 26-7
Ulster have ended two-time European champions Leicester Tigers' hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the European Rugby Champions Cup with a 26-7 triumph in Belfast.
Villareal Confirm Paulista's Off To Arsenal
Villarreal have confirmed their defender Gabriel Paulista will sign for Arsenal subject to a work permit, with forward Joel Campbell joining the Spanish side on loan as part of the deal.
Kutcher May Testify Against 'Killer' Of His Ex
Ashton Kutcher is expected to be called as a witness in the trial of a man accused of murdering his then-girlfriend in 2001.
Selma Star: Hollywood Bosses Need to Diversify
David Oyelowo, the star of new civil rights film Selma, has told Sky News' Entertainment Week that change is needed at the top of Hollywood if more diverse films are to be made.
Saved By The Bell Star Pleads Not Guilty
The actor who played Screech in Saved By The Bell has pleaded not guilty to charges relating to a stabbing in a bar.
Bradley Cooper To Bring Elephant Man To London
Bradley Cooper, who was nominated for an Oscar last week, is bringing his portrayal of the Elephant Man to the West End.
Corrie Star Knox, 81, Admits Drink-Driving
Coronation Street actress Barbara Knox has been banned from driving for a year after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
Greece Poll: Syriza Vows To End 'Humiliation'
The leader of Greece's Syriza party has vowed to end the country's "national humiliation" as opinion polls show the party's lead is widening ahead of Sunday's election.
Three Dials O2 To Become Biggest Mobile Firm
A cash deal of more than £10bn could lead to the creation of the UK's largest mobile phone operator, with Three taking over O2.
BA Owner IAG Tables Fresh Bid For Aer Lingus
The parent company of British Airways (BA) has approached Aer Lingus about a fresh takeover bid for the Irish carrier.
Not Lovin' It: McDonald's Set For Menu Revamp
We haven't been lovin' it - and now McDonald's is planning drastic changes to try and tempt back customers.
CVC Eyes Takeover Of Rival Cinven's Guardian
The largest investor in Formula One (F1) motor racing has made an approach to buy Guardian Financial Services, one of the UK's largest privately owned life insurance policy-owners.
Saturday Football Results
Defeat for Dorchester, Weymouth and Bridport but a win for Portland Utd.
Weymouth Back On Top After Win
Weymouth climbed to the top of the table last night with a 1-0 win over St Neots at the Bob Lucas last night.
Wessex FM Speak To Dorchester's New Manager
It's a New Year and for Dorchester FC it's also a new manager after news broke on Wessex FM that former boss Graham Kemp was standing down.
Saturday Sports Results
A win for Dorchester, but defeat for Weymouth and a goalless draw for Bridport.
Weymouth Make Three New Signings
Calvin Brooks is returning to the Terras while Exeter City duo Connor Riley-Lowe and Jamie Reid joined on loan.