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EXCLUSIVE - Weymouth School Children Targeted On Social Media

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Wessex FM has learnt that Budmouth College is on high alert after someone is using social media to target children at the school.

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Decision Time Over The Future Of Adult Day Services In Bridport

We should know more about plans for the future of adult social care in Bridport by the end of the day.

Anger At Changes To Evening Bus Services In Dorset

A West Dorset Transport Action Group are protesting at timetable changes made by First Bus that will see cuts to some their evening services.

First Respond To Criticism Over Bus Changes

First have released a statement responding to the criticism about their changes.

Young Weymouth Footballer To Make Champions League Debut

Jonny Stuttle plays for Redlands under 9's - but tonight he'll be walking out onto a slightly bigger pitch, as he's one of the mascots for Manchester City's Champions League game against Roma.

Young Weymouth Footballer To Make Champions League Debut

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Jonny Stuttle plays for Redlands under 9's - but tonight he'll be walking out onto a slightly bigger pitch, as he's one of the mascots for Manchester City's Champions League game against Roma.

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FOOTBALL - Dorchester And Bridport In Action Tonight

Dorchester travel to Cirencester Town and Bridport welcome Sherborne Town.

Saturday Football & Rugby Results

FA Cup wins for Dorchester and Weymouth, but defeat for Bridport in the league.

Football - A Look Ahead At The Weekends Local Matches

Weymouth are at home to Bideford in the FA Cup, Dorchester also in FA Cup action travel to Abingdon United, Bridport are at home to Longwell Green and Portland United welcome Sherborne Town Reserves.

New Signing For Weymouth FC

Weymouth have added Yeovil defender Calvin Brooks to their squad on a month long loan deal.

Alice Gross: 'Now A Murder Investigation'

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A murder investigation has been launched after police searching for missing teenager Alice Gross find a body in the River Brent in west London.

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Timeline: The Month-Long Search For Alice

Scotland Yard has so far followed more than 700 lines of enquiry and spoken to more than 1,000 people during the search for Alice Gross.

Islamic State Fight Could Extend Into Syria

British forces will "ultimately" need to fight Islamic State militants beyond Iraqi borders, according to the Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith.

Cameron's Promise To Protect NHS Spending

David Cameron will promise to ring-fence the NHS budget during the next parliament if the Tories win the 2015 general election.

Alice Gross Police Find Body In River Brent

Police searching for missing teenager Alice Gross have found a body in the River Brent in west London, Scotland Yard has said.

Music Videos To Be Given Age Ratings In UK

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Film-style age ratings are being introduced for music videos in a pilot scheme to help protect children from unsuitable content.

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Clooney Says Married Life Is Pretty Damn Great

After a weekend of star-studded celebrations, George Clooney has declared that married life "feels pretty damn great".

Tracy Morgan 'Was Not Using Seatbelt' In Crash

Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was not wearing a seatbelt when the limousine he was travelling in was struck by a Wal-Mart truck in June, it has been claimed in court papers.

Netflix Eyes Up Hollywood With Feature Film

Netflix is to make its first entry into feature film production by jointly producing the sequel to the Oscar-winning Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.

Holly Willoughby Gives Birth To Third Child

Holly Willoughby and her husband Dan Baldwin have announced the birth of their third child - a boy named Chester.

Matic Heads Chelsea Past Sporting Lisbon

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A first-half header from Nemanja Matic was enough to help Chelsea earn a deserved 1-0 away win against Sporting Lisbon in UEFA Champions League Group G.

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Frustrated City Pegged Back By Totti

Manchester City endured yet another night of UEFA Champions League frustration as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Roma at the Etihad Stadium.

May And Gauld Named In Scotland Squad

Youngsters Stevie May and Ryan Gauld have been drafted into the Scotland squad for the first time for the forthcoming European Championship qualifying double-header.

Sky Sports News Headlines

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

Roche Among Team Sky's Five New Riders

Team Sky have bolstered their climbing ranks by announcing Leopold König, Wout Poels and Irishman Nicolas Roche as three of five new signings.

Hong Kong Protests Hit China's National Day

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Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong have been gathering for potentially the biggest rallies of their campaign so far - as China celebrates National Day.

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Islamic State Fight Could Extend Into Syria

British forces will "ultimately" need to fight Islamic State militants beyond Iraqi borders, according to the Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith.

White House Breach 'Will Never Happen Again'

The director of the US Secret Service has said last month's White House breach was "unacceptable" and "will never happen again".

Suspect Charged As Estate Agent's Body Found

The man accused of abducting and killing a real estate agent has pleaded not guilty to capital murder.

First Case Of Ebola Diagnosed In United States

The first case of ebola has been diagnosed in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has confirmed.

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