Dorset News headlines - Page 503
Residents in Mallards Green, Martinstown, are rubbish free thanks to a new bin store provided by Magna Housing Association.
The Dorset Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has appointed Board member Jitinder Takhar as its new Deputy Chair of the LEP Board.
The race, that will take place on the 20th of September, will lead runners across the MOD tank firing range, through the deserted village of Tyneham, and around Corfe Castle.
Each councillor can give out up to £5,000 to fund good causes in communities across the county.
Dorset Libraries get ready to welcome a competition tomorrow (4th February) that's aiming to get young people more involved with this form of literature.
The condition affects more than 13,700 people in Dorset.
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner, Martyn Underhill joined others in giving a moving talk at the annual Holocaust Memorial Day in Dorchester on Friday.
Controversial plans to build a solar park on a protected site at Rampisham Down have been put on hold by the government.
Police in Weymouth have released CCTV images to Wessex FM of a group of people they want to talk to in connection with a series of arson attacks in the town.
Weymouth College has cut over £1 million from its budget as the college tries to balance its books.