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Updated: 2 hours 7 min ago
The proposal for 138 homes was refused by five votes to four amid fears of over-development.
Campaigners crowd-funded to bring a judicial review against the shake-up of Dorset health services.
Prosecutors allege he blamed his financial advisor for a £300,00 loss and the break-up of his marriage
Ryan Stevenson thanks Hampshire for their support during a two-year injury exile with persistent back stress fractures.
Armed officers searched the area after reports of shooting near an Asda store in Weymouth.
The Borough of Poole says it plans to review the Public Space Protection Orders in October.
A fundraising campaign for Joseph Lines raises more than £600 after he was injured in the rescue.
More and more young people are living without the car. Will the government change its road-building plans?
Sir Christopher Chope says he will not be "intimidated" by misogyny claims after blocking a women's conference.
David Grant-Jones died in the A35 crash and three others were injured, including his wife Heather.
New psychoactive substances are an "epidemic" inside jails, the Prison Officers' Association says.
Two children suffered abuse after being moved next door to persistently anti-social neighbours.
Police renew their appeal for witnesses and dashcam footage following the crash in Dorset.
Drivers are warned of reduced visibility and residents advised to keep their windows closed.
The pilot was found on a narrow ledge 260ft from the bottom of a cliff in Dorset.
The road was closed to allow helicopters to reach the casualties and it remained closed overnight.
The owners wants to replace buildings on the exclusive peninsula with flats, a hotel and apartments.
Dorset Police said it follows complaints of drug activity, noise and fighting involving occupants.
More money is now available for people who want to develop affordable housing in their local area.
Two men had been arrested but police say there was no indication of third-party involvement.