Dorset News headlines - Page 654
An 88-year-old author from Poundbury has just published a new book on the history of the World War Two Bristol Blenheim bomber.
BARRY Bowditch is celebrating a blooming good summer. The green-fingered Weymouth resident scooped top prize in a prestigious gardening competition.
If you're planning on picking your own scallops off the Dorset coast, you're being warned they could contain harmful toxins.
Residents in Maiden Newton say, despite numerous complaints, contractors working on nearby railway line are still keeping them up at night.
Dorset County Council's 'Have Your Say' roadshow has come to an end, with over 6,000 people letting them know what they want the spending priorities to be.
Residents in Dorset are being reminded to let the Fire Service know when planning to start a fire, to prevent an engine being called out.
Special Constables from Dorset Police joined officers from Hampshire and Wiltshire to patrol the three countys' countryside.
Dorset Fire and Rescue are advising farmers to keep an eye on crops after spontaneous combustion was the cause of three serious barn fires in Dorset recently.
Residents in villages with mobile phone black spots can now apply for the Vodafone Rural Open Sure Signal programme to receive 3G signal in their area.
Dorset Police are asking anyone who witnessed criminal damage being caused the MEMO Project sculptures at Bowers Quarry.