Dorset News headlines - Page 562
Soot from a chimney fire igniting logs is being blamed for a fire at a cottage at Longburton
Since July - 11 people have been diagnosed, 7 of them have developed kidney problems.
A ground breaking partnership between three Dorset Council's has been awarded £1.565,450 by the Government.
It's after Councillor Spencer Flower was charged with three offences under the Localism Act. He handed temporary leadership to his deputy, Robert Gould.
The County's trading standards is warning us to take extra care when using their own devices and to get in touch if we're having similar problems.
Edward Leask has also received a Royal Yachting Association Community Award for Outstanding Contribution.
The Terras will be hoping their pitch has recovered after a match against Poole had to be called off this week because of waterlogging.
Women's Action Network Dorset is inviting anyone to come at join them at their annual event this evening from 7-11pm at the Town Hall.
The fight against Ebola comes to the streets of Dorchester again today.The three Rotary Clubs of the county town will be collecting in South Street.
Just after 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon a van hit a lampost then veared into a car, causing it to crash, trapping three people