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Dorset Company "Delighted" to be Living Wage Employer
A Dorset Housing Group is showing its support for better pay for its workers.
Community Art Project to Cover Up Weymouth Eyesore
Weymouth's old fire station has been reduced to rubble but there are now plans to give the site a much needed facelift.
5 Injured After Car Ends Up On Its Side
A woman's been cut out of a car and 5 people have been injured in an accident on Puddletown Road.
Anger Over Changes To Bus Services
There's more anger at plans to cut bus services in Dorset next month.
Severe Weather Puts Bees Under Threat
Wessex FM's been speaking to the Dorset Beekeepers Association about how floods and storms are impacting on the bee population.
Cricket - Dorset Play Their Second Pre Season Friendly
Dorset’s second friendly fixture of the 2014 season saw them away to Wiltshire CCC at South Wilts Cricket Club.
The Bridport Jurassic Coast Run Is Back
Get on your marks, because The Bridport Jurassic Coast run is back this summer.
Monday Sports Results
Defeat for Weymouth and a draw for Dorchester. Bridport beat Gillingham in a Dorset derby.
Wicket Set for Dorset Opener
Dorset's Minor Counties Cricket team start their season today (Monday 21st April) with a friendly away to Wiltshire in Salisbury.
Last Dance at Home for Magpies and Terras!
Today's your last chance to see Dorchester Town and Weymouth in home league action this season.
Bodies Of Three Children Found In London Home
The bodies of three children have been found at an address in New Malden, south London.
Man Swallowed Goldfish In NekNominate Dare
A 22-year-old man has become the first person to be prosecuted in the UK for the internet drinking game NekNominate after downing a goldfish.
Curb Excessive Pay Or Face Action, Warns Cable
The bosses of Britain's biggest companies have been warned by Vince Cable they must do more to curb excessive pay or face "further action".
Blocking Breast Cancer Drug A 'Major Blow'
Moves to block a new breast cancer drug which extends women's lives by almost six months have been described as a "major blow".
Center Parcs' Term-Time TV Advert Banned
A TV advert for Center Parcs which "irresponsibly encouraged parents" to take their children on holiday during term time has been banned.
Coulson Denies Hearing Sienna Message To Craig
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson has told the hacking trial he was never played a voicemail left on Daniel Craig's phone by Sienna Miller, which exposed the actors were having an affair.
Vin Diesel Pictured With Paul Walker's Brothers
Vin Diesel has posted a photo from the set of Fast & Furious 7 alongside Paul Walker's two brothers.
Tulisa Appears In Court Over Cocaine Charge
Tulisa Contostavlos has been granted bail after appearing in court accused of being concerned in brokering a drug deal.
DiCaprio And Boyle Linked To Steve Jobs Biopic
Danny Boyle could reunite with Leonardo DiCaprio after reports he will direct a movie about Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.
Jay Z Master Recordings In 'Extortion Plot'
A set of master recordings by Jay Z have reportedly become the subject of a theft and extortion plot worth millions of dollars.
Leicester Clinch Championship Title
Leicester clinched the Sky Bet Championship title at the Reebok Stadium with Lloyd Dyer coming off the bench to net a fabulous winner in a 1-0 victory over Bolton.
Chelsea Claim Hard-Earned Draw
Chelsea produced a dogged defensive display as their UEFA Champions League semi-final first leg with Atletico Madrid ended in a 0-0 draw at the Vicente Calderon.
Sky Sports News Headlines
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Luiz: Mourinho Key To Our Euro Run
Jose Mourinho's tactical acumen will be the difference between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid, according to David Luiz.
Farbrace Linked With England Role
Paul Farbrace has resigned as Sri Lanka head coach, leaving him free to become assistant to England's new boss Peter Moores.
Suspect Asks Court To Remove 'Murder' Tattoo
A Kansas man who has been charged with first degree murder wants to remove a large tattoo on his neck which he claims might prejudice a jury.
Asteroids Cause 26 'Nuclear' Blasts Since 2000
Asteroids passing through Earth's atmosphere caused 26 nuclear-scale explosions between 2000 and 2013, a report reveals.
Hour-Long Battle As Angler Reels In 57st Shark
A Florida fisherman has reeled in an 11ft, 805lb (365kg) mako shark along a Gulf Coast beach.
MH370 Relatives In Death Certificate Fury
Relatives of flight MH370 passengers have expressed outrage after the Malaysian government suggested it was considering issuing death certificates for those on board the missing flight.
William and Kate Battle Heat And Flies At Uluru
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have visited the Red Centre of Australia, battling the heat and flies to see the famous landmark Uluru for themselves.