Dorset News headlines - Page 296
It's emerged parents of nearly 700 school children across Dorset have still not sent in applications for their further education.
A Weymouth mother and writer is helping to raise awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Month by penning a moving poem 'A Mother's Last Dawn' for charity 'Veterans in Action'
Sunny Day Nursery in Glendinning Avenue, Weymouth will be closing later this year.
Dorset Police are appealing for witnesses after a single vehicle crash on Sugar Hill, four people remain in hospital with serious injuries.
A Dorchester town councillor is warning the person who sprayed graffiti along Poundbury Road will be in a lot of trouble.
Wins for Weymouth and Portland Utd, but defeat for Dorchester away at Redditch Utd.
A blaze has destroyed a van in Dorchester overnight.
Weymouth look to get back to winning ways when they entertain Kings Lynn at the Bob Lucas stadium.
With university open days around the corner, it's time to figure out what you want from higher education.
Jane and Keith Smith's B&B was featured on Monday's show and beat off competition from three others this week.