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Dorset Couples Could Get Only One Free Go At IVF

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A consultation has started over plans to give couples in Dorset just one attempt at having IVF on the NHS for free.

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Attempted Robbery In Weymouth

Officers in Weymouth are appealing for witnesses to come forward after an attempted robbery occurred in the Westham area of the town.

New Treatment For Prostate Cancer Patients

Dorset County Hospital can now offer prostate cancer patients a state-of-the-art alternative to surgery.

Football - Results From Last Night's Local Friendlies

Weymout beat Portland 5-0 and Dorchester Town scored a 5-1 victory over Bridport.

Minister Praises Dorset's Superfast Broadband Roll Out

Communications Minister Ed Vaizey today praised the success of the £31.75 million Superfast Dorset programme as it reached a major ‘first anniversary’ milestone.

Football - Results From Last Night's Local Friendlies

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Weymout beat Portland 5-0 and Dorchester Town scored a 5-1 victory over Bridport.

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Volleyball - Results From Tuesday Night 'Go Spike League'

The penultimate competition of the season was the opportunity for players to make their final appearance in the Super 8 and gain points for the overall King or Queen of the beach.

Football - Local Teams In Pre-Season Action Tonight

It's Portland United v Weymouth and Bridport at home to Dorchester tonight as the pre-season action continues.

Rugby - Pre Season Training Starts Tonight

Rugby players in Weymouth and Portland will lock horns tonight as training starts for the new season.

Mission Fitness Teams With Bandits

Weymouth Basketball Club have scored a new sponsorship deal with Mission Fitness in Dorchester Road.

PayPal Offers 'Faster, Fairer' Cash To UK Firms

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Small firms will soon have access to a new source of funding as a debate continues to rage on the availability of cash support from banks.

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Boa Constrictor Alert: Snake On The Loose

Parents have been warned to be on the lookout for an 8ft boa constrictor which could pose a risk to small children.

Peaches Geldof May Have Lied About Drug Tests

Peaches Geldof may have lied to her husband about her weekly drug tests being clear, an inquest into her death has heard.

Adele's Son Wins Damages For Paparazzi Photos

Singer Adele's son Angelo Adkins is to get a five-figure sum in damages at the High Court over paparazzi photos.

Russian Donor Row: Boris Could Scratch Match

Boris Johnson has said he will pull out of a fundraising tennis match if it transpires it was bid for by a Vladimir Putin "crony".

Adele's Son Wins Damages For Paparazzi Photos

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Singer Adele's son Angelo Adkins is to get a five-figure sum in damages at the High Court over paparazzi photos.

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Sir Roger Tight-Lipped Over Scottish Referendum

Sir Roger Moore has refused to follow in the footsteps of fellow 007 star Sean Connery and is staying out of the Scottish independence debate.

George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed By Beetles

A tree dedicated to the memory of former Beatle George Harrison has been killed by beetles, Los Angeles officials have said.

One Direction Go Global With New Concert Film

One Direction have announced that a second film based on their latest world tour is to be screened in cinemas around the world.

Helen Mirren Grows Weary Of Playing The Queen

Helen Mirren is reprising her role as the Queen yet again for a stint on Broadway which she has admitted she would "prefer not" to do.

Open Champion Wants To Join The Greats

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Rory McIlroy wants to dominate world golf like Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus after joining them as the only players to win three of golf's majors by the age of 25 with his Open Championship triumph on Sunday.

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Fury-Chisora Fight Postponed

Dereck Chisora has withdrawn from Saturday's WBO heavyweight eliminator with Tyson Fury in Manchester.

Ishant Bounces England To Defeat

Ishant Sharma bowled India to a 95-run win over England, and a 1-0 series lead, on the final day of the second Test at Lord's.

Gerrard Ends England Career

England captain Steven Gerrard has announced his retirement from international football.

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Chinese City Sealed Off Over Plague Death

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A city in China has been sealed off after a man died of bubonic plague.

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Gaza: Israel 'Could Be Guilty Of War Crimes'

The UN's High Commissioner for Human Rights says there is a "strong possibility" Israel is violating international law in Gaza.

Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Starts Last Voyage

The wreck of the Costa Concordia is being towed away from the Italian island of Giglio, more than two and half years after it capsized killing 32 people on board.

MH17 Tragedy Shows Airspace Safety 'Flawed'

The only people to blame for the cold-blooded murder of the passengers, pilots and rest of the crew of flight MH17 as it flew over Ukraine are those responsible for firing the missile that brought it down.

Second Plane With MH17 Bodies Leaves Ukraine

The first 50 victims recovered from downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 have started their journey back to the Netherlands from the crash site in eastern Ukraine.

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