Dorset News headlines - Page 630
School children are being given the chance to run their own Fair Trade Shop at a specialist Academy in Weymouth.
Dorset farmer, Judi James from Little Bredy who was named last year's Worker of the Year has been helping to pick who's going to take her prestigious title.
Pay for workers in South and West Dorset is less than average across the region and falling behind, according to statistics released by the Manpower group.
Weymouth is celebrating its independent food scene with six weeks of specially designed menus in pubs and restaurants.
Weymouth and Portland residents are being reassured that they will receive all their containers in time for the new Recycle for Dorset collection service
Lee Rhodes is running in today's event despite never having done a half marathon before because he wants to make a difference to young people's lives in his community.
Two sisters are commemorating the 10th anniversary of their mum's death by going on a 10 mile sponsored walk from Wyke Regis to Portland Cemetery today.
Dorset police has more than 2,000 volunteers working across various roles giving more than 40,000 hours of support to the paid force.
Defeat for Dorchester and Portland Utd, a draw for Weymouth, and a big win for Bridport.
They're among cases heard at Dorchester Crown Court this week following Dorset Police's 'Operation Moped'