Dorset News headlines - Page 649
Shops in Dorchester are hiding flags, as children travel around town in the hope of collecting all 115, with the chance to win money to spend in the county town.
The diaries of Regimental Sergeant-Major George Beck have been published in an online blog.
A French market is back in the county town for Bank Holiday weekend, thanks to the Chamber of Commerce.
A range of beers, ciders and perries from the South West will be available at the Weymouth Beer Festival in October.
11-Year-old Darcy Lane has been invited to attend the regional heats of a global beauty pageant.
Employers are being invited to a seminar, being run by Battens Solicitors, looking at the rules around expanding a workforce.
Wessex FM were at Thomas Hardye School finding out how students got on. Although the national pass rate for English fell, the school saw a significant rise in C grades or higher.
The CEO of Condor Ferries has told Wessex FM they still plan to hold discussions with Weymouth and Portland Borough Council, despite yesterday announcing sailings will move from Weymouth to Poole in Spring 2015.
A much loved family kayak has been stolen from the garden of a house in Preston Road, in Weymouth.
Both Weymouth Football Club and the developers behind plans to move the club's stadium are staying quiet over a decision by councillors to reject the planning application.