Dorset News headlines - Page 381
In the Queen’s birthday honours list, Chief Executive of Alzheimer’s Society, Jeremy Hughes, has been awarded a CBE.
Going into the second game of the summer league for the Weymouth Bandits they were looking to keep up the momentum from their first home win.
Fire crews battled a blaze last night (18 June) along the train track between Dorchester and Weymouth.
South Dorset MP Richard Drax has put Chancellor George Osborne on the spot during Prime Minister's Questions over better investment for faster rail links for Dorset.
Last minute preparations are being to Weymouth's major Armed Forces Day Celebrations.
A NEW team of five midwives dedicated to supporting homebirths has named itself after some of the area’s most famous babies – the cygnets that hatch every year at Abbotsbury Swannery.
Up to five people are said to have suffered life-changing injuries in a crash between three troop carriers on Salisbury Plain.
16 people have now been charged with drink or drug driving related offences in Dorset this month.
Volunteers have been in Dorchester raising awareness of their work, promoting the town's charity shop and recruiting new members to its board.
Pupils from local schools have been looking for plants and wildlife at Dorset's newest solar farm.