Dorset News headlines - Page 490
Dorset MEP Clare Moody MEP this week voted for new EU procedures that will make it easier to bring non-UK drivers who break the law to justice.
Businesses flew the flag for Dorset at an annual conference in London as sparks flew over Europe and the economic recovery.
Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s disability charity, is asking for support from the local community to ‘give back’ this lent as part of the national campaign, 40 Acts of Lent, from Wednesday 18 February.
Learners at the Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy were treated to a celebrity performance when 'Rich Cottell' dropped in to the Academy's Royal Manor Campus.
Experienced traveller Anna Austin has journeyed to Battens Solicitors for the next stop on her legal career.
The County Council is asking for our views on how much people are charged for certain services and finding new ways to finance carers' 'Short Breaks Service'.
The waiting list has been scrapped and we are all being invited to bid for a Greenhill Chalet in Weymouth this summer.
A man's been rescued after getting stuck waist deep in mud at Stair Hole yesterday afternoon.
OFSTED says Bridport Primary School which was downgraded after an inspection in November, has since made positive changes.
It divided the community but a mobile phone mast will now go up in the picturesque village of Abbotsbury.