Dorset News headlines - Page 525
The Dorset Blind Association fears it will have to make further redundancies despite increasing demand for its services, as it faces a funding crisis.
The people behind plans to build a windfarm on farmland near Charminster will be meeting with leading figures of the local community tonight.
Gritters are being sent out on our roads tonight with wintery showers and slushy deposits expected across the county.
Dairy farmers are struggling to survive in Dorset, according to the county NFU chairman Trevor Cligg, because of the poor price they're getting for their milk.
Weymouth welcome Paulton Rovers to the Bob Lucas tonight, meanwhile Dorchester travel to Chippenham Town.
The Purbeck School's improved from 'Satisfactory to 'Good', the second best category, following an OFSTED inspection last month.
Fire crews were called to two kitchen fires in Weymouth yesterday morning.
DOMVS are predicting a strong housing market in 2015 if early signs are to be believed.
Three men have been arrested. Two sustained injuries, one a stab wound. One man remains in hospital receiving treatment.
The Estate agents selling say the 'broadchurch effect' has pushed its value up by at least 10%