Dorset News headlines - Page 769
A £2 million national campaign to advertise flood hit communities has failed to reach Weymouth and Portland.
The fourth instalment of Abby's top news stories in Dorset this week (22nd- 28th of March)
Prostate cancer victim Graham Willetts is putting his energies into helping other Dorset sufferers as well as fighting his own disease.
Trailway Court opened in 2011 as an alternative to traditional residential care and was closely monitored by the County Council.
He's patron of Ad Lib, a group formed by the friends of Dorset's Libraries, who want to see more community hubs in the county.
A government scheme's helped more than 200 unemployed people in Dorset get off benefits by starting their own business.
Bob Galloway, owner of Bobs Cars in Dorchester called those responsible 'mindless' and 'selfish', who had no idea who the real victims could have been.
It's understood any decision on a possible badger cull in Dorset has been delayed till next week.
Campaigners have until June to come up with a plan for Bridport's popular Number 47 Bus.
6 men have been moved to what Dorset Police describe as 'a place of safey' in an investigation to 'forced labour and human trafficking' in the county.