Dorset News headlines - Page 686
Students at The Wey Valley School in Weymouth have learned how the First World War affected every aspect of life with a special day themed around the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of war.
The first ever Tolpuddle pilgrimage has started from Plymouth in remembrance of 6 farmers that created the first ever trade union in Britain in 1834 - The Tolpuddle Martyrs.
It's almost top marks for IPACA Portland. The school's been rated good by Ofsted after a two day inspection.
A family-run business in Bridport and Beaminster have been voted top of the crops across the whole UK.
Students at Weymouth College have raised £1,000 in a day for The Teenage Cancer Trust.
There's been a major disturbance on the set of Broadchurch in West Bay.
Up to 2,000 Dorset County Council staff could be out on strike today. Wessex FM was at the rally in Bournemouth - you can listen here to Adam Miyanji talking to the regional secretary of UNISON Joanne Kaye.
A former soldier living in Dorset has taken up residence in her Majesty's Royal Fortress.
Dorset Police are trying to find the driver of a blue car that could be a vital witness to yesterday's fatal accident at Winfrith.
A young woman who suffered major burns after an accident involving a gas stove at Camp Bestival at Lulworth Castle last summer is warning other people to make sure they follow the safety guidelines.