Dorset News headlines - Page 167
There's been a fire at 1610 in Dorchester.
Wyke Coastguards have been called out to help a man's who slipped close to Sandsfoot Castle.
It looks like Dorset is about to lose three out of four vans used as a mobile library service.
Voters across Dorset are being asked to vote early, if they can, to avoid queues building up later on EU referendum day.
Dorchester's Town Crier will be involved in today's carnival.
A Care Quality Commission (CQC) report has rated the NHS 111 service run by South Western Ambulance Service Foundation Trust (SWAST) as inadequate.
This year's Armed Forces Day festivities will open today with a military beach assault and bridge building on Weymouth Beach (at the Pavilion end) starting at noon.
A total of 13 people have been charged with drink or drug driving offences so far as part of Dorset Police's summer drink and drug drive campaign.
Investigations are continuing into an alleged street robbery in Dorchester - with one man arrested and one woman being charged with an offence.
More than a hundred and a forty children living with special needs have been enjoying the fun of the fair in Dorchester.