Dorset News headlines - Page 688
The LTA's funding a scheme which will allow residents to play on the courts at the Borough Gardens as many times as you like for just £25 pounds per household a year.
Sir John, who died aged 90, gave his name to Bridport's senior school in 1999 after the school was rebuild as part of a Private Finance Initiative, on land donated by the Colfox family.
Residents at Knapwater, Lower Bockhampton, are getting out and enjoying the sunshine, thanks to funding from Magna Housing Association.
The NASUWT is warning of major problems ahead of teachers and parents in Dorset over plans by schools in some parts of the county to break away from normal holiday times.
At its peak around 40 firefighters tackled the blaze off Gatemore Road
A week of peak time strikes by firefighters in Dorset started this morning, in a dispute with the Government over pensions and retirement age.
Organisers of the Dorset Seafood Festival are declaring the evening an overwhelming success and say they hope to donate £10,000 to the Fishermen's Mission.
It's the biggest listening exercise Dorset County Council has ever carried out and there's still time to have your say on what services you value the most.
Flooding's possible around the harbour and the tidal stretch of the River Brit in the 2 hours following high tide at 9.15pm
Common sense has won through - that's how MP Oliver Letwin has described the news that the Ministry of Justice has given permission for businesses and residents to use car park at Dorchester Prison.