Top five stories from last week not to be missed

Top five stories from last week not to be missed

Top five stories from last week not to be missed

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Here is a roundup of the news from last week, featuring some top stories you may have missed.

A NINE-YEAR-OLD Weymouth boy was reunited with his pet snake – eight months after it went missing.

Ruben Last, of Links Road, read about his pet snake being found in the Dorset Echo near his home. The non-venomous Carolina Corn Snake, which Ruben named Hissss disappeared last November a month after Ruben got it for his birthday.

Click here to read all about it. 

Comedian Jim Davidson made a grand entrance to Weymouth ahead of his gigs in the town.

The former big Break presenter arrived by yacht ahead of his Weymouth Pavilion gig.

Watch the video and read the interview here. 

The Queen presented Weymouth coastguard Malcolm Wright with his MBE, honouring his 40 years service.

Mr Wright travelled to Windsor Castle with his family to receive the honour.

Read the full story by clicking here.

Former BBC journalist Kate Adie opened a new World War One exhibition at Dorchester’s Keep Military museum.

Watch the video here. 

The Dorset coastline saw temperatures spoar to over 30 degrees as Weymouth, Portland and Dorchester enjoyed a heatwave.

Read all about it here.

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1:54pm Mon 28 Jul 14

burgerboy says...

Scraping the bottom of the barrel having to re run old news items.......
Scraping the bottom of the barrel having to re run old news items....... burgerboy
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