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Weymouth is planned destination for new hotel - Dorset Echo
Weymouth is planned destination for new hotel  Dorset Echo

TRAVELODGE wants to open its first hotel in Weymouth as part of its £165 million seaside and coastal town expansion programme.

Stricken diver off Dorset coast airlifted to hospital - Dorset Echo
Stricken diver off Dorset coast airlifted to hospital  Dorset Echo

A DIVER was airlifted to hospital after getting into difficulties off the Dorset coast at the weekend.

Brown warns Johnson: Don't push the UK off a cliff - Dorset Echo
Brown warns Johnson: Don't push the UK off a cliff  Dorset Echo

Gordon Brown has accused Boris Johnson of preparing to push the British economy “off a cliff” with his determination to deliver Brexit by the end of October, “do ...

CCTV appeal after £120 stolen from elderly woman in supermarket - Dorset Echo
CCTV appeal after £120 stolen from elderly woman in supermarket  Dorset Echo

CCTV images have been released by police after a wallet was stolen at a supermarket.

Dorset council faces a legal fight over housing development in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty - The Telegraph
Dorset council faces a legal fight over housing development in Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty  The Telegraph

DORSET Council is facing a legal battle over plans to build a large housing estate on countryside immortalised in Thomas Hardy novels, after locals complained ...

Angler spots 7ft SHARK swimming just yards from Dorset beach - The Sun
Angler spots 7ft SHARK swimming just yards from Dorset beach  The Sun

A FISHERMAN was left reeling after spotting a 7ft shark swimming just yards away from a Dorset beach. The angler filmed what's believed to be a young basking ...

Health warning as heatwave due to sweep the UK - Dorset Echo
Health warning as heatwave due to sweep the UK  Dorset Echo

The mercury is expected to hit 34C (95F) in London on Wednesday.

One goes mad in Dorset: camping on Scout island - The Guardian
One goes mad in Dorset: camping on Scout island  The Guardian

The colourful history of Brownsea Island in Poole harbour takes in Henry VIII, Lord Baden-Powell and the Famous Five. Now the public can camp among its flora ...

Homeless people were suffering with tuberculosis (TB) - Bournemouth Echo
Homeless people were suffering with tuberculosis (TB)  Bournemouth Echo

THIRTEEN cases of a potentially lethal disease which many people wrongly believe has been wiped out were discovered in Bournemouth in just ONE day,…

UK seeks new European-led force to protect shipping in Gulf - Dorset Echo
UK seeks new European-led force to protect shipping in Gulf  Dorset Echo

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the seizure of the Stena Impero by Iranian Revolutionary Guards was an 'act of state piracy'.

Author hides £1,000 in Dorset treasure hunt - Bournemouth Echo
Author hides £1,000 in Dorset treasure hunt  Bournemouth Echo

TO CELEBRATE the release of three school mystery books a Dorset author has hidden £1000 for a county-wide treasure hunt.

Weymouth drugs raid leads to arrest of two men - Dorset Echo
Weymouth drugs raid leads to arrest of two men  Dorset Echo

Two men were arrested in Weymouth following a raid in which a number of suspected drugs were found, including Xanax.

Sir Ian McKellen visits Lyme Regis for special joint birthday celebrations - Dorset Echo
Sir Ian McKellen visits Lyme Regis for special joint birthday celebrations  Dorset Echo

A MUCH-loved actor paid a visit to a west Dorset theatre, sharing poetry and Tolkien readings, scenes from Shakespeare and fascinating anecdotes…

Dorset Castle where Churchill made final D-Day plans is now a holiday rental - Mirror Online
Dorset Castle where Churchill made final D-Day plans is now a holiday rental  Mirror Online

Pennsylvania Castle was the setting where Winston Churchill gathered with other leaders to finalise D-Day plans but now you can book a stay.

Weymouth BID becomes one of 20 accredited BIDs - Dorset Echo
Weymouth BID becomes one of 20 accredited BIDs  Dorset Echo

Weymouth BID has become one of just 20 BIDs in the country to become accredited.

Rory Burns hopes England can 'cash in' against Ireland - Dorset Echo
Rory Burns hopes England can 'cash in' against Ireland  Dorset Echo

England will return to the scene of their scintillating World Cup win against New Zealand with a four-day Test against Ireland, starting on…

Dorset Council support Safe Passage refugee scheme - Gillingham News
Dorset Council support Safe Passage refugee scheme  Gillingham News

Dorset Council has voted to support Safe Passage (Dorset) – provided that the government fully funds the programme. Safe passage is calling upon every local ...

Three pregnant cows stolen from farm - Dorset Echo
Three pregnant cows stolen from farm  Dorset Echo

Three cattle were stolen after they were let out from a field in North Dorset.

Next WATAG meeting will put public transport concerns under the spotlight - Bridport and Lyme Regis News
Next WATAG meeting will put public transport concerns under the spotlight  Bridport and Lyme Regis News

Rail strikes and concerns over the bus route leading through a key corridor are to come under the spotlight.

Driver alert: Road closures you need to be aware of - Dorset Echo
Driver alert: Road closures you need to be aware of  Dorset Echo

Dorset Highways maintenance gangs are out in force across Dorset repairing damage to the roads.

Dorchester's second to last Dorset Art Market to be held in July - Dorset Echo
Dorchester's second to last Dorset Art Market to be held in July  Dorset Echo

It's nearly the last Dorset Art Market of the summer and organisers say the next event will be the biggest yet.

Letter: The facts on sea levels - Dorset Echo
Letter: The facts on sea levels  Dorset Echo

John Ellwood writes about sea level rise, caused by global warming. He misquotes Prince Charles and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, so, perhaps, aiming to…

Drug dealing networks targeting children in Dorset - Wessex FM
Drug dealing networks targeting children in Dorset  Wessex FM

We're being asked to look out for signs of young people in Dorset being exploited by criminals this summer.

Hitler's invasion pack of 'tourist postcards' of Dorset areas sells at auction - Dorset Echo
Hitler's invasion pack of 'tourist postcards' of Dorset areas sells at auction  Dorset Echo

HITLER'S wartime invasion plan of Britain, which reveals Dorset could have been in the firing line, has sold at auction for almost £800.

17-year-old boy found dead in Furzehill - Dorset Echo
17-year-old boy found dead in Furzehill  Dorset Echo

A TEENAGE boy was found dead on Wednesday morning.

Eight excellent ideas for your weekend - Dorset Echo
Eight excellent ideas for your weekend  Dorset Echo

View the moon, enjoy a picnic or honour the bravery of six Dorset farm labourers this weekend. Here's our guide to the key events.

Dorset pubs make it into AA's Pub Guide 2020 - Dorset Echo
Dorset pubs make it into AA's Pub Guide 2020  Dorset Echo

Eleven Dorset pubs have made it onto a prestigious list of the country's best inns, taverns and foodie destinations.

Weatherwatch: how hot weather caused UK's wettest ever day - The Guardian
Weatherwatch: how hot weather caused UK's wettest ever day  The Guardian

On 18 July 1955 in Martinstown, Dorset, nearly 11 inches of rain fell – most of it in just nine hours.

Sandbanks Ferry out of action for a month - BBC News
Sandbanks Ferry out of action for a month  BBC News

The ferry *service* was withdrawn because of a broken drive shaft and will not return until August.

£1m campaign to keep notebooks of Charles Darwin's mentor in UK - Dorset Echo
£1m campaign to keep notebooks of Charles Darwin's mentor in UK  Dorset Echo

Campaigners are raising money to buy the 294 notebooks of geologist Sir Charles Lyell, which are currently in private hands.

West Dorset MP Sir Oliver Letwin talks litter and the environment - Bridport and Lyme Regis News
West Dorset MP Sir Oliver Letwin talks litter and the environment  Bridport and Lyme Regis News

When the history books are written, what will these present years be remembered for?

Residents invited to have their say on future development in area - Dorset Echo
Residents invited to have their say on future development in area  Dorset Echo

RESIDENTS in north Dorset have an opportunity to shape future development of a new neighbourhood area.

Spectacle of Dorset's Biennial Swan Round-Up - The Travel Trunk
Spectacle of Dorset's Biennial Swan Round-Up  The Travel Trunk

The UK's largest swan round-up happens every two years at Abbotsbury Swannery Dorset. This unique event uses many voluteers to help bring the swans to ...

Go on a reading journey of Dorset with historical adventure series - Dorset Echo
Go on a reading journey of Dorset with historical adventure series  Dorset Echo

EXPERIENCE Dorset like never before in a brand new book series exploring the county in the 17th century.

CCTV released after burglary at home in Christchurch - Bournemouth Echo
CCTV released after burglary at home in Christchurch  Bournemouth Echo

POLICE need help identifying a man in a CCTV image after a burglary in Christchurch.

Man banned from FIFTH Dorset town for anti-social behaviour - Dorset Echo
Man banned from FIFTH Dorset town for anti-social behaviour  Dorset Echo

A SERIAL offender has been banned from a fifth Dorset town after his repeated anti-social behaviour “caused distress” to members of the public.

Deprivation in Weymouth discussed by House of Lords seaside regeneration committee - Dorset Echo
Deprivation in Weymouth discussed by House of Lords seaside regeneration committee  Dorset Echo

An ex-MP says the scale of poverty in Weymouth has led some school leavers to end up "dead, in prison or on benefits."

Bring famous tree to life this weekend with free painting classes - Dorset Echo
Bring famous tree to life this weekend with free painting classes  Dorset Echo

CONTEMPORARY artist Bob and Roberta Smith has teamed up with The National Trust to hold free painting schools under the Tolpuddle Martyrs' Tree.

Tens of thousands flock to see Dorset Moon festival - Bournemouth Echo
Tens of thousands flock to see Dorset Moon festival  Bournemouth Echo

AROUND 41000 people visited the Dorset Moon summer arts event which took place over three weekends at three different locations across the county.…

South Somerset District Council buys Kondor's Christchurch Business Park unit - Bournemouth Echo
South Somerset District Council buys Kondor's Christchurch Business Park unit  Bournemouth Echo

A COUNCIL has bought a Christchurch industrial unit for more than £7million – even though it is more than 50 miles from their offices. South Somerset District ...

Hundreds flock to Dorset County Hospital's first ever Summer Spectacular - Dorset Echo
Hundreds flock to Dorset County Hospital's first ever Summer Spectacular  Dorset Echo

The sun shone down as hundreds flocked to Dorset County Hospital's first Summer Spectacular.

Dorset councillors discuss payment to Hampshire for residents' recycling centre use - Dorset Echo
Dorset councillors discuss payment to Hampshire for residents' recycling centre use  Dorset Echo

Dorset is looking increasingly likely to give in to Hampshire's demands and pay to continue using the Somerley household recycling centre.

Dorset could join campaign to promote 'central south' - Bournemouth Echo
Dorset could join campaign to promote 'central south'  Bournemouth Echo

THE eastern part of Dorset could join with Hampshire in an effort to put the central south of England “on the world map”.

Stairlift Engineer - Hampshire, Dorset and West Sussex • THIIS Magazine - THIIS
Stairlift Engineer - Hampshire, Dorset and West Sussex • THIIS Magazine  THIIS

Our Client specialises in stairlifts, ceiling hoists and other easy access products. Having been established for over 30 years. With existing contracts with local ...

Revealed: The cost of a hotel room in Weymouth compared to other resorts - Dorset Echo
Revealed: The cost of a hotel room in Weymouth compared to other resorts  Dorset Echo

IT will cost visitors an average of £65 per night to book a night in a Weymouth hotel - almost twice as much as Blackpool but around half of that…

New project to assist Dorset's shyest snake - Dorset Echo
New project to assist Dorset's shyest snake  Dorset Echo

IT'S THE shyest and least-known of the three British snake species but now the smooth snake - which was first identified in Dorset - is getting the…

England bounce back from semi-final defeat to beat South Africa - Dorset Echo
England bounce back from semi-final defeat to beat South Africa  Dorset Echo

Tracey Neville delivered a bronze medal in her last match in charge of the Roses.

Credit union Wyvern Savings and Loans celebrates 20 years in Dorset - Dorset Echo
Credit union Wyvern Savings and Loans celebrates 20 years in Dorset  Dorset Echo

Local credit union Wyvern Savings and Loans celebrated being open for twenty years this month.

Pilgrimage to be held to honour William Barnes - Dorset Echo
Pilgrimage to be held to honour William Barnes  Dorset Echo

A PILGRIMAGE will be held to honour one of Dorset's most famous writers.

Dorset woman auctioning golden ticket used in original Willy Wonka film - Dorset Echo
Dorset woman auctioning golden ticket used in original Willy Wonka film  Dorset Echo

A golden ticket used in the film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is being sold 48 years later by the best friend of one of the child actors.

Police appeal following farm burglary in Maiden Newton, west Dorset - Dorset Echo
Police appeal following farm burglary in Maiden Newton, west Dorset  Dorset Echo

THIEVES who struck at a farm have stolen a quad bike and a shepherd's crook, among other items.

Artsreach brings new outdoor production by Miracle Theatre to Dorset - Bournemouth Echo
Artsreach brings new outdoor production by Miracle Theatre to Dorset  Bournemouth Echo

DORSET'S touring arts charity Artsreach, is inviting theatre-goers to grab a blanket, pack a picnic and join them for an evening of open air…

Missing dog survives 45 days trapped on Dorset beach - BBC News
Missing dog survives 45 days trapped on Dorset beach  BBC News

A lost and injured dog spent 45 days trapped on a beach after falling from a cliff in Dorset. Shadow, an 18-month-old sharpei, was feared dead or stolen after ...

Iranian authorities 'seize British tanker in Persian Gulf' - Dorset Echo
Iranian authorities 'seize British tanker in Persian Gulf'  Dorset Echo

Stena Bulk said the UK-registered tanker was in international waters at the time but now appeared to be heading north towards Iran.

'Siding with the Seaside' campaign may help Weymouth tourist economy - Dorset Echo
'Siding with the Seaside' campaign may help Weymouth tourist economy  Dorset Echo

A CAMPAIGN has been launched to lobby the government for investment in seaside towns such as Weymouth.

Cricket: Ruthless Dorset destroy Herefordshire - Dorset Echo
Cricket: Ruthless Dorset destroy Herefordshire  Dorset Echo

DORSET 364-9 beat HEREFORDSHIRE 213 & 128 by an innings and 23 runs.

Dorset in control after day one against Herefordshire - Bournemouth Echo
Dorset in control after day one against Herefordshire  Bournemouth Echo

DORSET moved into a solid position on day one of their Unicorns Championship Western Division clash with Herefordshire at Bashley.

Weymouth vet practice reminds pet owners of Brexit passport deadline - Dorset Echo
Weymouth vet practice reminds pet owners of Brexit passport deadline  Dorset Echo

WHETHER you're crossing borders with your collie or taking a canary to the Canaries - time's running out to get a pet passport.

UK budget deficit swells as June borrowing hits four-year high - Dorset Echo
UK budget deficit swells as June borrowing hits four-year high  Dorset Echo

The public sector borrowed £7.2 billion in June – £3.8 billion more than June last year.

500 women march out on Midnight walk in Weymouth - Dorset Echo
500 women march out on Midnight walk in Weymouth  Dorset Echo

AROUND 500 women walked out on a 'Silver Spectacular' to mark the 25th anniversary of Weldmar​.

Lyme Regis Lifeboat rescue of boys swept out to sea - Dorset Echo
Lyme Regis Lifeboat rescue of boys swept out to sea  Dorset Echo

Two teenage boys who were swept out to sea told of their dramatic rescue ordeal.

Picture this: fiery sunset above west Dorset - Bridport and Lyme Regis News
Picture this: fiery sunset above west Dorset  Bridport and Lyme Regis News

Fiery sunset at Walditch on Friday evening, pictured by Alex Cummins.

Diver pulled unconscious from the sea in Dorset dies - Bournemouth Echo
Diver pulled unconscious from the sea in Dorset dies  Bournemouth Echo

A DIVER who was pulled unconscious from the sea in Dorset has died in hospital.

Transport group says cuts to bus subsidies in Dorset have been 'too deep' - Dorset Echo
Transport group says cuts to bus subsidies in Dorset have been 'too deep'  Dorset Echo

CUTS to bus subsidies in Dorset have been too deep – according to the chairman of a local transport group.

2 businesses leading the way in Rural Dorset - Wessex FM
2 businesses leading the way in Rural Dorset  Wessex FM

Two local businesses are in the running to be named best rural business in the UK.

Grave of 'real life Asterix' discovered at building site - Dorset Echo
Grave of 'real life Asterix' discovered at building site  Dorset Echo

Archaeologists have described the discovery as 'the most elaborately equipped warrior grave ever found in England'.

Revealed: The healthiest places to live in south Dorset - Dorset Echo
Revealed: The healthiest places to live in south Dorset  Dorset Echo

THE healthiest and unhealthiest places to live in south Dorset have been revealed.

Top tips for staying cool in a heatwave - Dorset Echo
Top tips for staying cool in a heatwave  Dorset Echo

Public Health England has issued advice as temperatures soar.

430 children are in council care in Dorset - and the rate is increasing - Bridport and Lyme Regis News
430 children are in council care in Dorset - and the rate is increasing  Bridport and Lyme Regis News

Dorset is to investigate the reasons behind children in the county coming into care – and may take lessons from other authorities on how to…

BA pilots vote in favour of industrial action in pay row - Dorset Echo
BA pilots vote in favour of industrial action in pay row  Dorset Echo

The airline will seek an injunction on Tuesday in the High Court to halt any action.

Pictures from the Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride - Dorset Echo
Pictures from the Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride  Dorset Echo

MORE than 500 cyclists took part in this year's Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride.

Dorset's hottest festival to return - Dorset Echo
Dorset's hottest festival to return  Dorset Echo

DORSET'S hottest festival makes its return on August 3 and 4.

Pictures: Crowds turn out for Armed Forces Day celebrations in Weymouth - Dorset Echo
Pictures: Crowds turn out for Armed Forces Day celebrations in Weymouth  Dorset Echo

Thousands of visitors flocked to Weymouth at the weekend for Armed Forces Day celebrations.

Dorset-educated WWII codebreaker Alan Turing to feature on new £50 note - Bournemouth Echo
Dorset-educated WWII codebreaker Alan Turing to feature on new £50 note  Bournemouth Echo

SECOND World War code-breaker Alan Turing will be the next person to feature on the £50 note, the Bank of England has confirmed.

Volvo issues vehicle recall over fire risk - Dorset Echo
Volvo issues vehicle recall over fire risk  Dorset Echo

Certain models built between 2014 and 2019 are affected by the issue.

Wonka bar and Golden Ticket fetch £15,000 at auction - BBC News
Wonka bar and Golden Ticket fetch £15,000 at auction  BBC News

The props belonged to Veruca Salt in the 1971 movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.

Man due in court after car stolen from outside a hospital - Dorset Echo
Man due in court after car stolen from outside a hospital  Dorset Echo

A man is due in court today over the alleged theft of a car from outside a hospital in north Dorset.

Conservation and Community Fund reopened - Dorset Echo
Conservation and Community Fund reopened  Dorset Echo

Rural communities east of Dorchester can once again benefit from a grant scheme which has been re-opened.

Plans to increase fairness for mobile customers outlined by Ofcom - Dorset Echo
Plans to increase fairness for mobile customers outlined by Ofcom  Dorset Echo

The regulator said consumers will benefit from fairer contracts and price cuts.

Sixty firefighters tackle Corfe Mullen scrap metal fire - BBC News
Sixty firefighters tackle Corfe Mullen scrap metal fire  BBC News

Crews were sent to the fire in Corfe Mullen and spent five hours bringing the flames under control.

Letter: Photo plea for buried servicemen in South Korea - Dorset Echo
Letter: Photo plea for buried servicemen in South Korea  Dorset Echo

I AM acting on behalf of the authorities at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery Busan South Korea, where over 800 British Servicemen are buried.

Column by West Dorset MP Oliver Letwin - Dorset Echo
Column by West Dorset MP Oliver Letwin  Dorset Echo

Last week, the news came through that the Garden Village scheme has awarded a significant grant to Dorset Council.

Iran's claimed arrests of 17 CIA spies 'totally false', says Trump - Dorset Echo
Iran's claimed arrests of 17 CIA spies 'totally false', says Trump  Dorset Echo

Iranian intelligence official said those arrested worked on 'sensitive sites' in military and nuclear facilities.

Piece of rare glass fish bottle found in British Roman villa dig - Dorset Echo
Piece of rare glass fish bottle found in British Roman villa dig  Dorset Echo

The piece found at the National Trust's Chedworth Roman Villa is the only one of its kind ever discovered in Britain and took two years to…

Dorset has lowest knife crime in the south west - Bournemouth Echo
Dorset has lowest knife crime in the south west  Bournemouth Echo

THERE were 250 recorded offences involving knives in Dorset last year, comprising three per cent of all crimes recorded in the county.

Broadstone still in mix for Dorset Premier League title after victory at Wimborne - Bournemouth Echo
Broadstone still in mix for Dorset Premier League title after victory at Wimborne  Bournemouth Echo

BROADSTONE are still in the mix to claim the Dorset Premier League title after a three-wicket success over Wimborne at the Leaze.

Lufthansa resumes Cairo flights as British Airways halt continues - Dorset Echo
Lufthansa resumes Cairo flights as British Airways halt continues  Dorset Echo

The airlines, two of Europe's largest, announced the suspensions on Saturday evening.

Jo Swinson: from baby of the House to new party leader - Dorset Echo
Jo Swinson: from baby of the House to new party leader  Dorset Echo

The MP for East Dunbartonshire was first elected to Parliament aged 25 in 2005.

Next PM should legislate to end repeated investigations of British troops – MPs - Dorset Echo
Next PM should legislate to end repeated investigations of British troops – MPs  Dorset Echo

Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has also set out proposals to provide veterans with stronger legal safeguards.

South Somerset District Council spend £7million on Dorset unit - Chard & Ilminster News
South Somerset District Council spend £7million on Dorset unit  Chard & Ilminster News

CONTROVERSIAL plans to continue investing millions of pounds in commercial properties far afield has seen South Somerset District Council snap up a…

Adam Peaty claims 100m world breaststroke title - Dorset Echo
Adam Peaty claims 100m world breaststroke title  Dorset Echo

The 24-year-old led home Great Britain team-mate James Wilby in a time of 57.14 seconds with Yan Zibei of China in third.

 
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