Dorset News headlines - Page 569
There's been an attempted arson attack near Gala Bingo in Weymouth.
Weymouth & Portland Borough Council is 'delighted' to have sold Guildhall to a TV antiques dealer.
Dorset Police joins the nationwide awareness week to involve the public in preventing terrorism and keeping the country safe.
South Dorset MP Richard Drax is under attack from Labour after he voted against a new clause in a Bill to give local pubs more protection from big chains.
Fire crews were called to Morrisons in Bridport today (24th November) to put out a car fire after smoke was seen coming from the bonnet.
A bomb disposal team were called to a Dorset beach on Saturday afternoon to carry out a controlled explosion after a member of the public found a suspicious object.
He's been looking after over a thousand staff and nearly 500 vehicles at 11 different depots but now the Managing Director of First Dorset is celebrating all of his hard work after being named 'Manager of the Year'.
Plans to meet West Dorset and Weymouth and Portland's future housing and employment needs will be looked over by a Government Planning Inspector this week.
A Weymouth restaurant say they've had the best October in ten years thanks to a new dining initiative.
17-year-old Connor Hansford has written a tragic romance about two teenage boys who fall in love, called 'Brutal People'.