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Human Remains Discovered At Bottom of Portland Cliffs

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Police say its believed to be that of a male and may have been there several years.

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UPDATE : Packed Church Says Goodbye To 'Reverend Bob'

The funeral's taken place of Bride Valley Team Rector Bob Thorn, at his home church in Burton Bradstock

Away Days For Dorchester Town And Weymouth

The Magpies go along the south coast to face Brighton based Whitehawk. Terras have the long trip to the midlands to play Redditch United.

Bridport Jurassic Coast Run Returns

This year's event starts at Bridport Leisure Centre and will be held on Sunday 13th July.

Hedgehogs Celebrated In Bridport

Today is the town's first ever Hedgehog day and people are celebrating the animals and trying raising awareness about their protection.

Away Days For Dorchester Town And Weymouth

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The Magpies go along the south coast to face Brighton based Whitehawk. Terras have the long trip to the midlands to play Redditch United.

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Bridport Lose To Street

Defeat for the Bees at home to Street. Dorchester and Weymouth play on Saturday and on Easter Monday.

FOOTBALL: Dorchester, Weymouth And Bridport All In Action Tonight

Dorchester welcome Hayes and Yeading to the Avenue Stadium tonight, Weymouth are at home to Banbury United and Bridport are away to Radstock Town.

Cricket Coaching For Under 13's

Young cricketers can get some top tips this evening. Charlton Down Cricket Club are offering coaching sessions for under 13's tonight at the Herrison Oval.

Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet

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The Duchess of Cambridge turned down a chivalrous offer from her husband as the Royal couple continue their tour of Australia.

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Man Held Over Killing Of Continuity IRA Leader

A 26-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of former dissident republican leader Tommy Crossan.

Big Increase In 'Stranger' Kidney Donations

The number of people donating their kidneys to strangers has risen dramatically in the last seven years.

Frilly Socks 'Too Dangerous For Schoolgirls'

A ban on girls wearing frilly socks and refusal to clear up dog mess in a playground are among a list of health and safety excuses branded "ridiculous" by a Government minister.

British Gas Bonus Claims To Be Investigated

Claims that British Gas workers have been paid large bonuses to inflate customer bills are to be investigated by the energy regulator, Ofgem.

Happy: Hundreds Record Videos For Disaster Fund

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People from 70 countries have made their own versions of the hit Pharrell Williams' song Happy as part of a campaign to help disaster relief.

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AC/DC To Continue Without Ill Malcolm Young

AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band to focus on his health, the band has said.

Justin Bieber Petition: White House Responds

The White House has responded to the call to deport Justin Bieber from the US by saying: "We won't be commenting".

Peaches' Funeral At Same Church As Her Mother's

Peaches Geldof's funeral will be held at the same church where her mother Paula Yates' took place.

Novelist Gabriel Garcia Marquez Dies In Mexico

Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died aged 87.

Moores Confirmed As England Head Coach

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Peter Moores has been named as England's new head coach, returning to the role he left in 2009.

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Superb Hamilton Takes Pole In China

Lewis Hamilton has claimed pole position for the Chinese GP after a masterclass of wet-weather driving in qualifying that literally left Nico Rosberg in an undignified spin.

Brentford Clinch Promotion

Brentford's 21-year exile from the second tier ended on Friday after victory over Preston and a thriller at Wolves.

ECB Set To Name Moores As Head Coach

Sky sources report that Peter Moores is to be named England head coach on Saturday morning, with Paul Farbrace set to act as his assistant.

Sky Sports News Headlines

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

Twin Boys Fight Off Carjacker With Toy Snake

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A thief who stole a car with three children in the back was forced to pull over when one of the youngsters began whipping him with a rubber snake.

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Kate And William: Duchess Tries Out Fighter Jet

The Duchess of Cambridge turned down a chivalrous offer from her husband as the Royal couple continue their tour of Australia.

Missing Plane Search 'Could Take 5 to 7 Days'

Australian officials supervising the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight have said that an underwater search for the black box recorder based on "pings" possibly from the device could be completed in five to seven days.

Justin Bieber Petition: White House Responds

The White House has responded to the call to deport Justin Bieber from the US by saying: "We won't be commenting".

South Korea Ferry Disaster Captain's Apology

The captain of a ferry that capsized off the coast of South Korea leaving more than 200 children dead or missing has apologised to the families of the victims.

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