Dorset News headlines - Page 708
A judge has ruled Dorchester BID won't have to pay out any more money for a survey carried out of levy payers.
Police are warning shoppers to keep an eye out in car boot sales for two stone dogs, each measuring 3ft, which have been stolen from a house in Poundbury.
A miniature portrait of a smart woman from the early 1800's has sold at auction in Dorchester for three times its estimate.
Villagers in Maiden Newton have lashed out at Network Rail for a lack of warning on overnight track maintenance work that's keeping them awake.
A body has been found off the Dorset Coast in the search for a missing man.
Weymouth Dad Nathan Hawker has been talking to Wessex FM about why he stepped in to stop a fire started by teenagers at Lodmoor Country Park.
Police in Dorchester are blaming an increase in people drinking in the street and noise nuisance on the recent good weather.
A finely carved wooden eagle lectern at St Peter's Church in Dorchester has been attacked by vandals using a knife or saw.
A 24 hour helpline is to be set up for victims of crime in Dorset. The new service will be offered by charity 'Victim Support' who've been awarded a 3 year contract by Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner.
Cycle experts will be at County Hall in Dorchester today (Wednesday 18 June) to offer free checks on your bike as part of National Bike Week, aimed at encouraging more of us to saddle up.