Dorset News headlines - Page 704
The Chesil Trust needs 15 volunteers for their new work scheme
Firefighters will return to the scene of a barn fire in Martinstown this afternoon to assess the damage and to damp down.
Thousands of veterans, residents and visitors are expected to attend a packed programme of events, set to run from the 21st-27st June.
DFRS say ake extra care today as the service takes industrial action, between now and 5pm
Skateboarders and BMX riders will be showing off their skills hoping for a ticket to perform at the NASS Action Sports festival in Bristol next month
Bridport health services say they're "encouraged" by the number of patients who've taken part in a recent week of feedback.
A leading charity has warned too many cancer patients are having to wait for months before getting disability benefits.
The Dorset Blind Association say they have just 8 days left to save their club for young blind people which is under threat because of a loss in lottery funding.
Off duty fire fighter from Dorchester who tried to save the life of a car accident victim was one of 33 crew members honoured for their bravery at Lulworth Castle last night.
A new cycle path costing hundreds of thousands of pounds now means you can cycle all the way from Portland to Dorchester without taking on the traffic on the road.