Dorset News headlines - Page 243
Bridport Museum would like you to put Saturday 19th March in your diary, as that's the date they're set to reopen for 2016.
Poundbury Gardens are continuing their 10 year celebrations tonight with a community party.
A public consultation is being launched to look at the mobile library service, after a decline in the number of people using it.
Annual Harbour Dredging and beach works have started at West Bay and Lyme Regis.
Martyn Underhill, the Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed the Home Office announcement to reform the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).
Coach Paul “Pablo” Harding says "Losing out to Yeovil last weekend gave me all of the information that I required to see exactly where we are in the development of the squad."
Dorset County Council will look at plans to create one authority for the whole county today. Wessex FM will be at the public meeting and we'll bring you the latest as we have it.
The family of a man who died in the Holton Heath area at the weekend have paid tribute to a "unique and treasured" son.
High winds and heavy rain have been causing major problems on Dorset's roads, with an over turned lorry, fallen trees and flooding.
Preparations to test how we would manage a highly unlikely incident involving a nuclear-powered submarine at Portland Port take place today.