51 min ago | Newsday
Four sections of South West Coast Path, including above St Oswald's Bay, remain closed in the county following landslips caused by heavy rain.
5 hrs ago | Western Gazette
THE opening weeks of the new stretch of the North Dorset Trailway have been blighted by reports of punctured tyres and poisoned and injured pets.
9 hrs ago | Bridportnews.co.uk
THE competition was fierce for this year's Bridport Carnival Princess with seven girls singing and dancing for the judges.
13 hrs ago | Dorsetecho.co.uk
They will join forces with serving personnel and borough council representatives to recognise the occasion with a special focus on the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Atlantic.
17 hrs ago | Bournemouth Echo
CRAZED intruder who threatened a terrified woman at knifepoint in her own bedroom has been jailed for three years.
18 hrs ago | This is Dorset
CONCERNS are growing over a new influx of travellers who have set up at Weymouth's park and ride site for the fourth time in less than a year.
Vermont State Police are investigating the theft of a handgun from a motor vehicle in Dorset.
AN annual family dog show organised by the Green Cottage group of the Riding for the Disabled Association will be held on Saturday, June 22 at Homeland Farm, Three Legged Cross.
A CARE worker from Fordingbridge is tackling living as someone with learning disabilities to get an insight into how to treat her clients.
The Ringwood Pipe Band led a parade including veterans and cadet groups to the village green where a drumhead service was held and bands played in a day set up to give thanks to those who have served their country.
A COMMUNITY project that brought together people of different faiths and back-grounds to improve a children's garden has been unveiled in Poole.
PLANS for a replacement Druitt Hall will go before councillors at Christchurch next week, with a recommendation to approve the scheme.
The English peasantry may have officially died out in the Middle Ages, but a new breed of small-scale farmers who live off a few acres and celebrate life on the land have been accepted to join the world's biggest peasant organisation.
PEOPLE interested in the Army in Dorset are being asked to step up to the challenge at a new recruiting drive.
Firefighters from Springbourne were called to Northcote Road shortly after midnight after a car was set alight.
Ian White, 65, who carried the English Paralympic Flame when it came to the borough at the start of the Games, has had a display box crafted so that the lantern can be enjoyed by the community.
The speedway team manager has been out of action since Wednesday morning's horrific incident as he walked on Dullar Lane near his Sturminster Marshall home.