Ground Breaking Exposé Published On Life In Dorset
A new report on the state of Dorset's environment has revealed the county has lost 76 of its important nature conservation sites since 2005.
Cycling Holidays In Dorset To Get International Coverage
Cycling in Dorset could is set for a PR boost after a group of international journalists visited the county on a bike tour.
EXCLUSIVE - Weymouth School Children Targeted On Social Media
Wessex FM has learnt that Budmouth College is on high alert after someone is using social media to target children at the school.
Health Questionnaire Deadline Extended
Dorset mental health service users and carers are being given more time to complete a questionnaire that looks into major changes to the service from last year.
Wills With Dorset Wildlife Trust
12:36pm 1st September 2012
Members of Dorset Wildlife Trust can now make their Will for free.
The Trust has teamed up with solicitors across Dorset to offer the free service for the next three months to their 25,000 members.
But members don't have to leave a legacy to the Trust to benefit from the service.
The Free Will Service starts today (1st September) and will run throughout National Remember a Charity Week from 17th to 23rd September and continue until the end of November.
There are solicitors taking part in the service in Beaminster, Blandford, Bournemouth, Bridport, Dorchester, Lyme Regis, Parkstone, Poole, Shaftesbury, Stalbridge, Swanage, Wareham and Weymouth.
For the full list or for more details, ring Jodi at Dorset Wildlife Trust on 01305 264 620 or visit dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk/freewillservice.
Community Hub For Bridport One Step Closer
Dorset News: Councillors have agreed to look at land off South Street in Bridport as a potential new home for a community hub for adult social services.
Weymouth FC Urge Councillors Not To Kill Their Stadium Dream
Dorset Sport: The Directors are now backing plans to build homes on land surrounding the Bob Lucas, which they say is currently a concrete eyesore.
'Racist' Banksy Mural Scrubbed Off By Council
National: A council has inadvertently painted over a Banksy mural thought to be worth around £400,000 following a complaint that it was "offensive and racist".
Facebook Apologises For Drag Queen Name Ban
Showbiz: Facebook has apologised to drag queens who were ordered to use their real names or face being kicked off the social network.
Injury setback for Exeter forward Johnson
Sport: Exeter Chiefs forward Tom Johnson has been ruled out for a further three months as he requires surgery on a neck injury.