The emergency services were called to Dancing Ledge, near Swanage, on Sunday afternoon.Read the full story ›
Heavy rain and strong winds coincided with high tide on Friday night which led to stormy scenes at Mudeford Quay and Swanage in Dorset.Read the full story ›
Around 100 firefighters worked through the night to extinguish the blaze at Rempstone Forest.Read the full story ›
The car hit a seventy year old man, fatally injuring him before ending up on the beach.Read the full story ›
The wife of a missing man, feared dead, is raising awareness of the heartbreaking symptoms of Dementia with Lewy Bodies.Read the full story ›
Scores of people came together for a candlelit vigil in Gaia Pope's home town of SwanageRead the full story ›
Women's clothing has been found in a field near Swanage as the search for missing 19-year-old Gaia Pope continues.Read the full story ›
The search for Gaia Pope, missing from Dorset, has entered its seventh day, with celebrities taking to social media to help find her.Read the full story ›
CCTV footage of a missing teenager filmed shortly before she went missing has been released by Dorset Police.
Gaia Pope, 19, suffers from severe epilepsy and went missing without her medication or her phone in Swanage on Tuesday.
The coastguard, police helicopters and her family have been searching for her.
It's the first regular train service to link Wareham with Swanage, in Dorset, in 45 years.
Civic dignitaries joined rail enthusiasts today for the launch of the new service which marks the the culmination of years of campaigning and hard work.
Much of the branch line was torn up after British Rail closed the route in 1972 but it has gradually been rebuilt and improved and now represents an amazing dream come true.
As Richard Slee reports.
Richard spoke to Peter Sills, Colin Stone and Peter Frost, all railway volunteers. He also spoke to Director of Project Wareham Mark Woolley.