Dorset News headlines - Page 745
National recruiters from the oil, gas, and engineering industries will be in Bovington next week.
A Portland Olympic medallist swapped his boat for a paddle board to mark the start of National Watersports month in Poole.
A man's been rescued after falling into a grain silo on a farm near Shapwick, Blandford.
Campaigners say the "fight's not over" despite energy developers bowing out of a legal challenge to build a solar farm in Mapperton.
Did you know, there are 4 World War One heroes buried in Dorset who hold the highest military honour available for bravery in battle?
A charity balloon race that was cancelled in Weymouth, amid environmental concerns, has been replaced with a "virtual balloon race."
The Ministry of Defense have given Weymouth £10,000 for their Armed Forces Celebrations.
Weymouth Carnival Committee's looking for 100 businesses to buy a golden ticket for this year's Carnival.
Today's the British Heart Foundation's Dorset Bike ride which'll start and finish at Queen Elizabeth school in Wimborne
Organised by Dorset Countryside Ranger service it's in it's 26th year and volunteers will be given bags, gloves and other things to help.