Dorset News headlines - Page 550
A village near Dorchester can't use their church this Christmas after floods damaged it back in January.
Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner has launched a stinging attack on the use of tasers by Dorset Police.
Residents in Cerne Valley have voted to yes to having Dorset's first Neighbour Plan.
Public Health England say they are continuing to investigate a cluster of illnesses caused by a rare strain of E. coli in Dorset.
Wessex Water has announced they're bringing down the average cost of bills for its customers over the next five years.
Wessex FM's music lovers have been given an early Christmas present after Camp Bestival announced the first wave of their line-up for 2015.
Julia's House say they've received more than £2,500 in donations after having their Christmas Lights stolen.
The biggest trophy in Women's rugby is coming to Dorset today (12th December) to help inspire more ladies to take up the game.
Dorset Community Action will hear today from Dorset County Council and Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group on the future role they see volunteers having in healthcare in Dorset.
A charity that helps families and couples across Dorset with their relationship problems is being visited by Dorset MP Bob Walter today.