Dorset News headlines - Page 589
The Purbeck Marathon is celebrating more records in 2014 as the success of this year’s event means that we are able to increase our charitable donations to £6,000, a 50% increase on 2013.
New plans to modernise Chideock Post Office have been given the stamp of approval, with the branch now to open seven days a week.
Pay on exit parking won’t be coming to Dorchester for another year.
Portland Port is trying to encourage more cruise liners to make sure passengers docking here know what Dorset has to offer.
A rare inland sighting of an arctic breeding wading bird, the grey phalarope, has been recorded on the largest of six new ponds which have recently been created on Dorset Wildlife Trust’s (DWT) Tadnoll and Winfrith reserve.
A Dorchester school boy turned American businessman is making a six figure donation to help local people suffering with cancer.
Dorset residents want their fire and rescue service merged with Wiltshire's according to the outcome of a public consultation.
GPs in Dorset can now bid for a share of £100m in the second wave of The Prime Minister’s Challenge Fund, improving access to GP services for patients.
Residents and visitors are invited to come down to Weymouth Seafront for a night of fun at this year's free Big Guy Fawkes Event on 5 November.
50,000 taxpayers with a DT postcode who 'self assess' can dodge potential penalties for filing paper returns late, by completing them on-line.