Coastguards are warning people to stay away from the base of a cliff at Portland after a huge rockfall.
Potential future sailing stars are showing their skills off the coast of Dorset this week in The Cadet class World Championships
A harrowing account of life in the trenches during the First World War has been revealed - 100 years since they were first written.
A pensioner from Dorset who is attempting to weave a record-breaking 60-foot long corn dolly says the record attempt has been hard, but she has enjoyed the challenge.
Audrey Rolfe has chosen a design known as a 'welsh fan' to celebrate the harvest.
Dorset County Council has tweeted that parts of its website are currently down due to IT problems.
Due to some IT issues at Dorset County Council, some applications on our website are currently down. We are investigating.
A pensioner from Bridport is hoping to weave the world's longest corn dolly.
Audrey Rolfe's efforts will be on show at this weekend's Dorset County Show. She's aiming for it to be 60 feet long.
Corn dollies are plaited to celebrate the harvest. She's chosen a design known as a Welsh fan.
The Marine Conservation Society says it's hoping record numbers of volunteers turn out for a nationwide beach cleaning event later in the month. It's organising clean-ups around the south west coast including Dawlish Warren and Babbacombe.
Police tonight have confirmed that missing George has been found safe and well in Holworth near Ringstead. Officers thanked everyone for their help.
Police are increasingly concerned for an 11-year-old boy who went missing in Dorset at lunchtime today (Monday 1 September).
George Pugh-Sargent, who is from Dorchester, was last seen near the cafe and car park for Ringstead Bay between Weymouth and Lulworth.
He has a disability that affects his behaviour and makes him particularly vulnerable.
He is 5'3", has short blond hair and was wearing a Hawaiian shirt with braces and black shorts.
Thousands of pigeons were released on Portland today as a rehearsal for a ceremony in Normandy to mark the contribution the birds played during both world wars. Tens of thousands of often secret messages were carried by pigeons and they are still even used today in sensitive areas of the world. Richard lawrence reports
Thousands of pigeons were released on Portland today as a rehearsal for a ceremony in Normandy to mark the contribution the birds played during both world wars.
Tens of thousands of often secret messages were carried by pigeons and they are still even used today in sensitive areas of the world.