Dorset News headlines - Page 544
The Terras will take on Dover Athletic at the Bob Lucas if they can get past their replay tomorrow night (16th December) with Havant & Waterlooville.
A casualty had to be taken out of the back window of a car on a spinal board yesterday, after an accident on the A35 near Slepe.
Some of Dorset's most prolific burglars have been put behind bars for a total of over 50 years.
Following the overwhelming interest and support of the World War One Commemorative Display at the 2014 Great Dorset Steam Fair, organisers have decided to keep the replica trenches from this year’s special display until 2018, to coincide with the 4 year centenary of the 1914-1918 conflict.
A charity is warning small businesses in Dorset to seek free advice if they are struggling to cope with debt, before it's too late.
How Dorset carers deal with the heart-breaking feeling of handing over the care of a loved one to someone else is being discussed at Carers Moving Forward's meeting today in Dorchrster. (15th December).
The Home Secretary wants to stop the police from investigating themselves and allow PPCs to deal with low level complaints.
They're cracking open their own bubbly at a Dorset vineyard after a National paper's ranked them top for Christmas.
Furleigh Estate's Classic Curvee 2011 has been chosen as one of the ten best sparkling wines according to the Guardian's wine writer Fiona Beckett.
A house in Dorchester had its ground floor window smashed open before jewellery was stolen from the property.