Dorset News headlines - Page 735
Overnight rain has left the pitch at Redlands unfit for play
Sir Ben Ainslie and Olympic sailing champ Iain Percy have paid an emotional tribute to their friend, Andrew Simpson, in Dorset today (Friday 9th May).
IPACA on Portland are getting young pupils to take off their shoes in class to make them more relaxed and improve concentration.
First Dorset has apologised for previous problems with their Number 8 service in Weymouth, and says punctuality is now over 90%.
A sailing school, set up in memory of Dorset Olympian Andrew Simpson, officially opens at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy today (Friday 9th May).
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Police are warning businesses in Dorchester to be on the look-out for fake £20 notes after an attempt to use one at Goulds.
Weymouth Pavilion is bringing back an old summer seaside favourite. The community venue will be hosting a summer Panto this year - written especially for the resort called "Pirates Of The Pavilion."
Walter Goodwin is leading the way in the next generation of civil engineers. He's been awarded a top scholarship for his studies and will be funded through University by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
A petition to save Greenhill Gardens in Weymouth from redevelopment is being handed in to the Borough Council today in the hope that it will trigger a full council debate.