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Hockey: Weymouth edge past the Students in nine-goal thriller

DICTATED PLAY: Weymouth’s Michael Westlake, left                                                 Picture: FINNBARR WEBSTER/F14687

WEYMOUTH managed to get their turbulent season back on track by defeating the University of Portsmouth 5-4.

3:15pm Tuesday 21 February 2017

Winners revealed at Rock Challenge event

Pictures by Sam Sheldon

THERE was a strong showing from schools in south and west Dorset who wowed judges at a performing arts event.

9:44am Saturday 25 February 2017

Police chief speaks out on controversial spit guards

FIRST-HAND EXPERIENCE: Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill

DORSET'S Police and Crime Commissioner has described spitting at officers as "horrific" and is calling for legislative change to deal with the offence.

3:31pm Wednesday 8 February 2017

Panel backs rise in police share of council tax

Panel backs rise in police share of council tax

COUNCILLORS have backed a proposal to increase the police share of the council tax.

2:18pm Friday 3 February 2017

‘We’d pay £3.80 more per year to support Dorset Police’, say residents

CHALLENGES: Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill

DORSET residents have shown their support for a proposed increase in the policing element of council tax.

11:43am Wednesday 1 February 2017

New structure for neighbourhood police teams will 'reflect priorities for rural and urban areas'

New structure for neighbourhood police teams will 'reflect priorities for rural and urban areas'

NEIGHBOURHOOD policing teams are being restructured in part of Dorset.

10:20am Friday 17 February 2017

Police told my disabled wife she needed to report accident in person within 24 hours - but nearest station was 30 miles away

CRITICAL: Jeff Allen

Dorset Police are in the firing line again over problems with residents reporting crime after a disabled resident was told to travel 30 miles to speak to officers.

7:00am Thursday 9 February 2017

Traders in Dorchester feel 'totally abandoned' by police as crimewave continues

Traders in Dorchester feel 'totally abandoned' by police as crimewave continues

BUSINESSES in Dorchester say they feel 'totally abandoned' by police as a spate of break-ins continues in the town.

11:55am Friday 17 February 2017

Rugby: Dorchester aiming to keep run going

SKIPPER’S SELECTED: Dorchester captain James Baker                           Picture: PHILLIP STANDFIELD

FOLLOWING last weekend’s fantastic performance against league leaders Yeovil, Dorchester go into their home game against Bournemouth Thirds tomorrow full of confidence.

5:03am Friday 17 February 2017

Flats scheme planned for former town council offices

Flats scheme planned for former town council offices

THE former Portland Town Council offices look set to be turned into 12 flats.

6:00am Sunday 19 February 2017
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