Dorset News headlines - Page 242
The first of two evidence sessions are being held at the House of Commons today on whether children up to the age of 11 should be given the Meningitis B Vaccine.
CCTV footage has been released about a man seen abusing a dog outside a supermarket in Poole.
Darren Anstey, a Portland martial arts world champion is looking for sponsorship to help follow his dream of turning professional.
Dorset Police are reminding us to make sure our cars are secure in the sunny weather, as the sunshine also brings out opportunistic thieves.
It's National Apprenticeship Week and South Dorset's MP has told Wessex FM he's delighted at new figures for the county, with more than 10,000 new apprentices having started in South Dorset since 2010.
Plans have been finalised to extend the port's primary cruise berth, with work scheduled to start this spring.
It's the start of National Apprenticeship Week and 20-year-old Bonnie Lloyd has started work there today as their new apprentice in Business Administration.
Dorset County Hospital is in line to win national awards for its work to improve services through patient feedback.
More than 250 events will be taking place in the Borough this summer.
A teenager whose days have at times been ruined by the negative atmosphere between bus drivers and their young passengers is trying to make public transport a friendlier experience for both sides.