Dorset News headlines - Page 120
Dorset's Police and Crime Commission is attacking the Home Office for a lack of action in reviewing security at small ports.
Members of Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Authority have agreed to urge local education and environmental leaders to continue with school sprinkler installations, against proposed new Government advice.
The 99,500 ton MS Koningsdam carries 2,650 passengers and is the newest addition to Holland America's fleet.
A summer working for the National Trust at Studland Bay inspired Bournemouth University student Jess Bone to come up with a novel way of encouraging visitors to clear up after themselves.
Rob Belbin, from Puddletown, plans to mountain bike from Lhasa in Tibet to Kathmandu in Nepal via Everest Base Camp, raising funds for the English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS).
The Weymouth based business is launching its residential sales department with a special event at their offices in Hope Square tonight.
Osprey Leisure Centre on Portland is one of only three leisure organisations in the UK to receiving funding to get more people swimming.
The post office at Victoria Park in Dorchester won't be moving to Poundbury.
A phone charger left plugged in to an extension lead started a fire at a flat in Littlemoor yesterday.
A 65-year-old local man has been cautioned for possessing a controlled class B drug following a search at a property in Flaxhayes.