Dorset News headlines - Page 581
Weymouth and Portland Borough Council have voted in favour of a tri council partnership.
The champagne corks are popping at the new visitor centre at Thomas Hardy's birthplace, as they've been granted a license to sell alcohol.
Weymouth's first Portuguese shop has opened up in the Colwell Centre.
Children at a Bridport primary school are getting close to nature in a project teaching them all about good food.
Weymouth BID, which started last year after the majority of local businesses voted for it, has six director spaces on the board available.
It's a project that will allow visitors to walk back through time and take in millions of years of the Earth's history - The third community presentation on the Jurassic Project is being held tonight on Portland.
Fifty years on from the first anti-drink-drive campaign, nearly all motorists would be ashamed to be caught over the limit. Dorset Police have released research into how attitudes towards drink driving have changed.
Shop keepers are being urged to make sure their collection tins are secure after callous thieves stole a poppy donation box from a town centre shop in Dorchester.
Locals are putting up a fight against plans to turn the old Army camp at Chickerell into a temporary site for travellers.
A request by the new visitor centre at Hardy's Cottage to sell alcohol will be considered today.