Dorset News headlines - Page 747
A group of over 50's will be showing audiences in Bridport tonight, it's never too late to take to the stage.
Blandford's only children's nursery that was threatened with closure will stay open, after campaigning parents forced the Council to make a U-turn.
Dorset's RSPCA say horses are too often seen as "disposable items" which is leading to more of the animals being dumped.
Dorset will have fewer fire fighters to attend emergency calls going into the May Bank Holiday next weekend as union members go on strike.
Dorchester Town have announced kids can go free to all their home games next season.
A moped’s been set on fire in Weymouth, just days after two motorbikes were deliberately destroyed in a blaze.
Thousands of volunteer servicemen from Australia and New Zealand who passed through Dorset during the First World War have been remembered in Weymouth this morning (25 April).
A video has been made to educate people in Dorset about when to use the 111 non-emergency number and when to go to A&E.
So following the Easter weekend what have been the top news Stories in Dorset? Find out by listening to Abby's Round Up- from April the 19th - 25th.
A man was airlifted to Dorset County Hospital yesterday after suffering a heart attack while walking along the coastal footpath on Portland.