Dorset News headlines - Page 37
The hunt's on for the driver of a black Ford Mondeo which has failed to stop at the scene of a crash in Dorchester.
Dorset Police needs people from diverse backgrounds with different skills and experiences to help us deliver excellence in local policing across Dorset.
The leader of West Dorset District Council has ruled out taking over the freehold of Hardye Arcade in Dorchester.
They've closed off a section of Lower St Alban Street between the junctions of St Nicholas Street and St Thomas Street.
We're being warned about the dangers of visiting the Dorset coastline in stormy weather.
A proposed housing development in Yetminster will not go ahead following an appeal decision issued by the Planning Inspectorate on 30 January.
More than 92% of businesses in Dorset that serve or sell food have a hygiene rating of good or very good.
NHS Staff are being encouraged to make sure they have their say on plans to make major changes to health service in Dorset.
St Andrew's in Charmouth has been awarded a substantial grant of £370,000 for a major reordering of the church's interior by the Erskine Muton Trust, which makes grants for Anglican church buildings in Dorset.
Farmers in Dorset are mourning the death of Sid Perry who sadly passed away this week after serving more than 75 years in the Young Farmers Club.