Dorset News headlines - Page 715
They say a high number of parking fines are being issued on Trinity Street, Princes Street and High West Street.
Weymouth Port's Health Authority say many types of the shellfish still contain harmful algae toxins.
Hundreds are expected to attend the competition tonight at The Bottle Inn in Marshwood.
The Nothe Gardens in Weymouth are being transported back to the 1940's this afternoon
Bring blankets and deckchairs for an afternoon of outside movie entertainment at Borough Gardens in Dorchester today.
The female rider fell onto the bridle path at Old Harry Rocks yesterday morning (6th June).
Dorset has paid an emotional tribute to mark the 70th anniversary of D-Day and remember those who fought and died during the massive invasion of Northern France.
Its 70 years ago to the day when thousands of troops left ports in Dorset, to take part in the biggest military invasion the world had ever seen, D-Day.
Firefighters in Dorset are to stage a 24-hour strike in a row over pensions on the day the World Cup starts on Thursday 12 June.
5 people have been charged with drink or drug driving in the first 4 days, of Dorset Police's summer crackdown.