Dorset News headlines - Page 387
We're being asked to make sure our elderly friends or relatives are safe on the internet as part of Dorset Police's Cyber Safe Campaign.
The Hypsoinga heri, not seen in the UK since 1912 has been sighted by an eagle eyed RSPB volunteer carrying out a routine butterfly survey.
Specialist teams will be returning to the slopes of Beaminster Tunnel to continue treating the area for Himalayan Balsam.
The Access to Higher Education Diploma at Weymouth College is celebrating as it has seen some of the largest numbers of students being accepted onto university places this September.
Hogleaze Haylage, based in Dorchester, will be covering their bales in a pink wrap and placing them across the county in order to raise awareness of breast cancer this summer.
Excitement is mounting ahead of this week's Dorchester Carnival.
Experience and skill were required last night due the very strong winds.
Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT) President, Tony Bates, has been awarded an MBE for services to conservation and wildlife in Dorset in the Queen’s Birthday honours.
On Thursday night at Budmouth College, The Weymouth Mission Fitness Bandits played Southbourne in the first game of the summer league, which to a surprise start for the vetern side.
A scheme to make sure people with mental health problems don't end up in a cell is being backed by Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill.