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Claims that the disciplinary process was abused have been denied by the rail company.
Bournemouth will pay £4.75m to the Football League to settle a Financial Fair Play dispute, arising from their Premier League promotion in 2015.
A police investigation into the teenager's allegation of rape before her death is to be examined.
The parish council wanted lorries banned from the route after a number of vehicles became wedged.
A school geography trip had to be cancelled because of the fire.
Stoke City sign Australia international goalkeeper Adam Federici from Premier League side Bournemouth.
Residents are being asked their views on the new boundaries which would come into effect next year.
Two areas of grassland were set alight in Weymouth close to homes in The Finches and Kestrel View.
Archaeologists are digging ahead of building work to extend the Dorset County Museum.
A 50-year-old man, of no fixed address, was arrested on suspicion of possession of a bladed article.
Who are the winners and the losers in the prolonged spell of hot weather?
National Grid wants to bury overhead powers lines along a five-mile (8km) stretch of the county.
The theatre, dressing rooms and technical equipment suffered "extensive water damage".
Hampshire and England leg-spinner Mason Crane will miss the rest of the summer with a persistent stress fracture in his back.
The boy was taken to hospital with minor injuries to his head, ankle and arms.
The man had been jumping from the harbour wall, adjacent to the Weymouth Pavilion.
Rilee Rossouw stars with a superb 125 as Hampshire beat Kent by 61 runs to win the One-Day Cup final at Lord's.
Dagenham & Redbridge recruit third defender in two days by bringing in Bournemouth's Ollie Harfield.
Portland Hospital staff say they have been told 16 beds are expected to shut on 7 August.
Another white-ball run-fest on the cards? BBC Sport previews Saturday's One-Day Cup final - Hampshire v Kent at Lord's.