• Wayne's warning

    WEYMOUTH striker Wayne Purser has issued a warning to the rest of Nationwide Confer-ence National by claiming "we can do better". The ex-Peterborough United striker, who has netted five times in his last nine outings, reckons the Dorset outfit have done

  • Signed ball and shirt auctioned for charity

    A WEYMOUTH man is holding an online auction for the local learning disability charities he walked 750 miles for. Lee Roberts, of Southill, will put a signed Weymouth football shirt and ball on eBay from Monday at 9am. All the money raised will go to

  • Search for champion to lead skatepark project

    TOWN crier Alistair Chisholm is calling for a champion to come forward to help Dorchester's long-awaited skatepark get under way. He said: "The skatepark project is currently sitting idle. It's not making progress. "What it needs is a community champion

  • Heroes in line for honour

    HONOUR should be paid to Dorchester's Crimean War hero by displaying a scroll in the town's council chamber, claims former soldier Leslie Phillips. The former mayor of Dorchester - and ex-Household Cavalry soldier - urged Dorchester Town Council colleagues

  • Prison praised for heroic staff efforts

    DORCHESTER Prison has wonderful staff who have achieved major improvements but they are still being let down by the system, according to a new report. The Independent Monitoring Board had nothing but praise for the efforts of the Category B local prison

  • Renowned cyclist dies on bike road

    FORMER Westham Cycles owner Eddie Clark died of a heart attack as he neared the end of a ride in Weymouth. Mr Clark, 59, suffered the 'massive' attack near Chalbury Corner, on Preston Road, on his way home following a ride to Affpuddle, near Dorchester

  • Liesl role my sound of music

    AN ACTRESS from Portland is to play a leading role in The Sound Of Music on stage in London. Former Wey Valley School pupil Kerry Winter, 21, has been performing at the London Palladium as a nun in the show since it opened in the beginning of November

  • More talk needed on relief road

    MORE public consultation is needed before county councillors give the Weymouth Relief Road the go-ahead, planning chiefs have decided. Members of Dorset County Council's planning committee followed officers' recommendations to defer the decision on whether

  • Ex-Terra faces Forest

    EX-WEYMOUTH defender Simon Browne is looking forward to taking on former European champions Nottingham Forest. The former Terra is currently playing for Nationwide Confer-ence South side Salisbury City, who will entertain the Coca-Cola League One leaders