Dorset News headlines - Page 597
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill is inviting local businesses to attend the second annual ‘Putting Crime Out of Business’ Conference which his office is co-hosting with Wessex Federation of Small Businesses.
Dorset's first Neighbourhood Plan could be coming to Cerne Valley if villagers give it the go ahead.
Weymouth and Portland are holding a touch rugby session tonight (24 October) at Redlands Community Sports Hub.
Proceeds from a Strictly Come Dancing event in Bere Regis after being handed over this morning to a project which will provide clean water for a hospital in Zimbabwe.
The police are asking anyone with infomation to come forward after an elderly woman was targeted by thieves.
A major programme is being launched to review the health needs of everyone in Dorset.
Parents and schools in Dorset will be compensated for major failings with the free school meals scheme that left some children going hungry.
Over 300 Historic sites across Dorset are at risk according to figures released today by English Heritage, including The Church of St John at West Bay.
It's been a symbol of remembrance and hope for the last 100 years - and today sees the launch of the Poppy Appeal in Dorset.
4 crews from Dorset Fire and Rescue were called to a fire at a skip yard on Portland.