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Yeovil Town Ladies 1-2 Bristol City Women: Lucy Graham brace sends Vixens fifth

Lucy Graham's brace sees Bristol City beat West Country rivals Yeovil Town in the WSL to keep the Lady Glovers bottom. Source: BBC Dorset

Hospital volunteers help patients find peace before they die

End-of-life volunteers at Bournemouth hospital are helping patients and their families find peace with death. Source: BBC Dorset

Premier League: Bournemouth and Southampton play out stalemate

Southampton boss Mark Hughes describes their goalless draw with south coast neighbours Bournemouth as a "statement", as they end their losing streak. Source: BBC Dorset

Blandford farm murder inquiry: Man released from bail

One of two men arrested in connection with the murder of Marcin Tameczka is released from bail. Source: BBC Dorset

Dave Gorman: 'Why I've given up London for Bournemouth'

The comedian says he is quitting London for a more relaxed life by the sea. Source: BBC Dorset

Fines issued in Poole begging crackdown remain unpaid

The Borough of Poole says two people have been fined for continuing to beg in the town centre. Source: BBC Dorset

Second attempt at Bournemouth and Poole bike share scheme

Bournemouth and Poole councils want 1,000 bikes in the two towns using an app-based GPS system. Source: BBC Dorset

Camp Bestival founders 'back in control' after administration

The family-friendly festival was forced into administration by its financial backer Richmond Group. Source: BBC Dorset

Bournemouth A338 Spur Road: Christmas break in roadworks 'to extend'

The works, which have led to two-hour queues, have been described as "chaotic" and "shambolic". Source: BBC Dorset

Boss is so worried about cybercrime that he's running a free event about it

A BUSINESSMAN is so concerned about the risks everyone runs from cyber crime that he is organising a free event where individuals and firms...

Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe gets tattoo for Bradley Lowery

Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe gets a tattoo in memory of his friend Bradley Lowery, the Sunderland fan who died aged six after a long...

Shaftesbury Cattle Market campaigners lose legal challenge

Justice for Shaftesbury lodged a legal bid over a council's plan to sell the town's cattle market. Source: BBC Dorset

Woman's 'car thief' snap: Man comes forward

The 24-year-old attended a voluntary interview after the owner's snap of a suspect was widely shared. Source: BBC Dorset

Troubled Poole Park mini railway taken over by council

The 69-year-old attraction was suspended by Borough of Poole Council for safety reasons in May. Source: BBC Dorset

Christchurch Twynham School teacher jailed for child sex offences

Michael Herrity, 44, was convicted of indecent assault and indecency with a child. Source: BBC Dorset

Morebus owner is named best in the business

MOREBUS is celebrating after its Poole-based parent company was named the best in the industry. Source: Dorset Local