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THE tag rugby team at Chilmark and Fonthill Bishop primary school is celebrating after again going through to the South of England regional finals.
More than 50 English beaches have met tough new EU standards to receive Blue Flag awards, recognising their high standards and water quality.
Residents of Weymouth and Portland are being invited to bring along a picnic and to join in the sixth D-Day Picnic on Sunday June 2. The picnic will take place between 1pm and 3pm in the Nothe Gardens to remember the heroic troops who took part in the D-Day landings on 6 June 1944.
An area to the south-east of the county town known as Came View had been earmarked for around 850 homes in a proposed local plan for West Dorset, Weymouth and Portland , sparking strong local opposition.
Officers enforced a drugs closure order at a property in Lennox Street after problems with drug dealing and anti-social behaviour at a flat in the building.
Visitor numbers fell by more than 20 per cent during the Olympics year that was branded by traders as one of the worst on record.
A 27-year-old woman was pushed to the ground by an unknown man on a footpath near the sorting office on the Butts Pond Industrial Estate.
They plan to support rebel amendments to the bill, which was approved in the House of Commons in February despite almost half of Conservative MPs opposing it.
A "CAREER criminal" who raided a Ferndown hair salon to make money ahead of Christmas has been given a suspended sentence.
We were overwhelmed with the number of people who cast their vote and we are now able to reveal the final five, as voted for by residents and visitors for the campaign in conjunction with Bournemouth Coastal BID and Heart FM.
GONE but never forgotten - family and friends raised a glass in remembrance of tragic Purbeck Isle skipper David McFarlane, a year on from his death.
The former Victorian military barracks, transformed into a jail more than 60 years ago, could begin a new lease of life as a Home Office immigration unit housing people waiting to be removed from the UK.
OFFICERS from the Christchurch and East Dorset Partnership are mounting a week-long campaign at favourite dog-walking spots in Christchurch and East Dorset to encourage people to pick up after their dogs.
Queues tailed back to Dorchester and along the Puddletown bypass after the three car smash at Kingston Pond, near Stinsford.
THE Friends of the New Forest Airfields will be remembering RAF Sopley tomorrow from 10am until 4pm at their education centre in Merryfield Park, Bransgore.