POLITICIANS have welcomed news of an early general election.
THERE’S new hopes for the Western Route relief road after it was revealed that a number of high profile businessmen and town leaders are calling for it to be put back on the agenda.
A PETITION to stop the closing of Portland’s only bank has already received 200 signatures.
A NEW seafood inspired bistro has launched in Weymouth and is already thriving in its first month.
A ROYAL Marine who fatally shot an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan could be freed from prison within weeks.
“WE’RE open for business” – that was the message from the Portland Port team as the extension of the main cruise berth was officially opened.
FASTER Weymouth-Waterloo trains and direct services to Portsmouth are promised as a new operator takes over the rail franchise – ending a 20 year operation by South West Trains.
COULD we see another Falklands-style conflict as Spain casts a covetous eye over Gibraltar?
ADDRESSING the Commons after Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, Theresa May presented her vision of our country outside the EU.
A Royal Marine who shot an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan will be sentenced today for diminished responsibility manslaughter, after his murder conviction was quashed by leading judges.