Miranda Robertson
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Barge protestors ‘may have cost area £400k’ says port boss

The boss of Portland Port has issued a thinly-veiled rebuke to protestors, saying their action may have lost local businesses

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Boundary lines are drawn

The Boundary Commission has made its final recommendations on constituency borders in West, South and North Dorset – with some

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Plea to monitor Britain’s smallest pod of bottlenose dolphins

Researchers are calling for help from people in South and West Dorset to monitor what is believed to be Britain’s

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Bridport Photographer famed for his Colmer’s Hill snaps has launched his new calendar

A photographer who discovered an amazing view of Colmers Hill after taking some trees down at his new home has

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Female dancers are all a jingle for the first time at Lyme Morris

The Lyme Morris group has welcomed three women dancers for the first time in its history. Following a relaunch and

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A proud Portlander takes the helm of Sunninghill Prep School

A proud Portlander whose teaching career has seen him travel around the south in various posts is now enjoying his

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Royal recognition for a bus project giving vital help to the homeless in Weymouth

“We become the family they haven’t got,” says Emily McCarron, 42, who has turned the spark of an idea to

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It’s a lot of Money! View vanishingly rare Dark Side of the Moon at Clocktower Records

An incredibly rare, early vinyl copy of Pink Floyd’s classic album Dark Side of the Moon can now be viewed

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Concerns voiced over a ‘garden village’ at a packed public meeting in the Corn Exchange

More than 200 people packed into Dorchester Corn Exchange’s upstairs room to hear about proposals for a 4,000-home ‘garden village’

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CPRE’s fears for ‘abandoned’ listed building

The Sherborne branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has said it is “deeply concerned at the parlous

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