Dorset News headlines - Page 322
The South Dorset Local Action Group will decide which areas of the rural economy benefit from European grants at their first meeting this Thursday.
Firefighters will explain the recruitment process, also the physical and academic test's you'll need to undertake.
Roughly 3,000 people attended the event, with the money raised going towards funding both free in-patient and community based services for the hospice.
Dorchester Town visit Cirencester Town tonight hoping to reach the 2nd qualifying round of the FA Cup.
Peter Price will join the Earl of Wessex at service to recognise the 'Many' that supported the 'Few at St Paul's Cathedral.
Paul Matthews from Puddletown took first place in the Shards Endangered Species competition based on a tiger that lives in a wildlife park in Denmark.
Annie Freud will provide an intimate and unique view of the painter's methods, interests and beliefs at the time the works were created.
Police in Suffolk have rearrested a man from the Dorchester area on suspicion of conspiracy to murder in connection with a shooting in Bury St Edmonds.
The Mount Pleasant site will be closed from the end of September until April.
The mayor of Weymouth and Portland is calling for local residents to donate books, DVDs and sports equipment for young refugees in Kent.