Dorset News headlines - Page 435
Special constables join their counterparts from other counties to crackdown on offences.
South Dorset's UKIP Candidate wants to bring Trident to Portland Harbour.
Beatings, killings, mutilation and poisoning, they're just some of the incidents of cruelty to animals the RSPCA has had to deal with, and in Dorset they're on the increase.
Students from Weymouth College are taking part in the annual Boss Stone Carving Competition at the Dorset Skills Centre in Poundbury which starts today.
A new partnership is being launched this month made up of many local organisations representing various aspects of the industry who wish to join forces to develop and improve Weymouth and Portland’s tourism offer.
One of Weymouth Beach’s biggest events will be coming to the town again this summer, when the Royal Air Force Careers Weymouth Beach Volleyball Classic takes place from 24 to 26 July as part of the Dorset Sport and Wellbeing Festival.
They're egging each other on down at Abbotsbury Swannery - as the first of this year's baby swans are set to hatch during the May bank Holiday weekend.
Weymouth's play-off hopes are hanging in the balance this morning.
Palmers Brewery's flagship ale has gone down well with the Society of Independent Brewers.
Fire crews are still at Trigon Landfill Site in Wareham this morning, dealing with a blaze that broke out last night.