Dorset News headlines - Page 473
We've been speaking to Stephanie on "International Women's Day" about how she's helping other women maximise their business potential.
Draws for Weymouth and Dorchester, and a defeat for Bridport.
Firefighters from Blandford called in reinforcements from Sturminster Newton in the early hours of this morning.
They'll be visiting local schools next week in an effort to reduce the number of children killed or seriously injured on the roads.
Meanwhile the Magpies sign two more players
"Eliza May Groves" and "Madeleine May Groves" have been named after International breeder Clive Groves' two daughters.
The Type 23 frigate is due to stay in a deep water berth in Portland Harbour for 4 days and we'll get a chance to go on board tomorrow.
Go Girls will aim to support those in need, providing opportunities to discuss research, experiences and treatments.
Dorset Police are appealing for help to try and trace Claire Lawrence who has gone missing from her home in Weymouth.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg visits Dorset to sign a £12.6million expansion to the county's Growth Deal.