Dorset News headlines - Page 681
The Dorchester Library and Learning centre opened last summer, and has seen an average of 4000 people through its doors each month.
Organisers of the Ecover Blue Mile are staging an open water sea swim for the first time.
The jobs of 21 staff at Weymouth College are under threat. The College has told Wessex FM they've gone into consultation with employees over a proposal to restructure some areas.
Overall crime has fallen in Dorset, but there's been an increase in sexual offences in the last year.
There's been a staggering rise in the number of school children in Dorset being taught in classes with over 30 pupils, according to figures released by the Labour Party from the Department For Education.
The House of Lords debates a Bill today which will make it legal for adults in the UK to be given assistance to end their own life. We've talked to Colin Hart who was a carer for a woman with Spina Bifida who wanted to take her life for 10 years, and who then changed her mind.
Tax credit customers in Dorset are being urged by HM Revenue and Customs to renew their claims before the looming deadline on the 31st July.
Who's raised £10,000 for charity in Weymouth? What are some locals on Portland getting excited about? And what piece of Dorset history could return?
Thousands of people are expected to descend on a Dorset village this weekend for the Tolpuddle Martyrs' Festival.
Staff and drinkers at the White Horse at Litton Cheney are raising money to buy a defibrillator which they think could save lives because of the pubs remote location.