Dorset News headlines - Page 670
A draw for Weymouth and a win for Portland Utd, but defeat for Dorchester while Bridport drew away
The group of three men and one woman used "sleight of hand" techniques to trick them into handing over money.
Portland Bill Coastguard Rescue Officers were called to investigate a report of a dead dolphin on the beach at Chiswell, Portland.
Coastguards were called in to help reach the woman, who suffered a suspected broken ankle
Bart's Bash is being held on the 21st September - and so far 2,500 sailors from 50 countries around the globe have signed up to take part.
The free event will give local residents the chance to meet the crew and learn some fire safety tips.
Martyn Underhill says he doesn't believe Dorset Police should be subsising gun licenses, which haven't seen a price increase since 2001.
Dorset Fire and Rescue Service say they have been called to a number of incidents with unattended or out of control bonfires overnight.
Following the announcement that Condor Ferries will be leaving Weymouth next year, Wessex FM spoke to one B&B who says the change of port is a bad move for the firm.
Councillor Ros Kayes says any land Magna wants to sell off should be sold to other affordable housing providers.