Dorset News headlines - Page 393
Shop staff in Dorchester are being warned to keep their personal items safe and not leave them out on counters.
"Our twinning and exchanges with Weymouth have thrived since 1958 - it still has relevance and great value 57 years later in the present day," declared Councillor Christian Wuilque on his first visit to Weymouth.
Weymouth Hoteliers Guest Houses and Leaseholders Association have donated £500 to the event in August.
The chewed end of a fat cigar that Winston Churchill smoked in his hospital bed is to go under the hammer at auction and could fetch £1,000.
Wyke Regis Coastguards and the Police launched a search in Weymouth last night for a pensioner who'd gone missing at the Nothe.
Weymouth lifeboat was launched yesterday afternoon to rescue two people on board a yacht which had got into difficulty off Lulworth Cove.
Life in part of Dorchester is returning to normal this morning, following a bomb scare at the recycling centre in St George's Road yesterday afternoon.
A Dorset man is among six people held on suspicion of being involved in a two hundred thousand pound tax fraud.
Three fire engines have been battling a blaze at a four storey building in Weymouth.
Parents outraged by changes planned to the Children's Ward at Dorset County Hospital will March through Dorchester on Saturday 13th June.