Dredging works for West Bay and Lyme Regis Harbours have been rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances.
In preparation for the 2021 Census, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) will be carrying out a census test in West Dorset this year.
Food banks and advice organisations in Dorset have come together to explore how they can help each other do even more for those in need.
Sherborne’s Gryphon Sports Centre is set to be transferred from West Dorset District Council to Gryphon School before the end of August.
There is still time to have your say on two Public Safety Protection Orders (PSPOs) in West Dorset.
Dorset borough, district and town councils are set to host ‘Fly a Flag for the Commonwealth’ events across the county on 13 March.
Residents are being warned to be on their guard for suspicious emails that aim to capture their personal details. It comes at a time when council tax bills are being sent to millions of homes across the country.
Councils have come together to show support for apprentices.
Annual dredging works are set to take place in West Bay and Lyme Regis during March.
In a pioneering move towards shared working practices, Dorset councils have carried out a shared procurement exercise for an Environmental Health system that will improve customer service.
Residents of Chetnole and Stockwood have the opportunity to shape their community through the development of a Neighbourhood Plan.
West Dorset District Council have appointed Raymond Brown Construction to carry out works to strengthen the quay walls at West Bay’s deep water berth due to start next week.
A man has been found guilty of offences under the Pet Animals Act 1951, following an investigation undertaken by the West Dorset District Council Dog Warden Service.
Visit Dorset, a tourism partnership of Dorset local authorities with support from more than 600 local tourism businesses, launched its re-developed website on Wednesday February 1 with an exclusive event at Athelhampton House near Dorchester.
A proposed housing development in Yetminster will not go ahead following an appeal decision issued by the Planning Inspectorate on 30 January.
All nine councils in Dorset have now considered a report and accompanying detailed package of evidence setting out a proposal to replace the county’s nine councils with two new unitary authorities.
Ambitions to bring further prosperity to Dorchester by securing its future as a thriving regional shopping centre will be considered by West Dorset District Council.
North Dorset District Council, West Dorset District Council and Weymouth & Portland Borough Council have started a programme which aims to encourage more home building and at a faster pace.
The likelihood of Dorset’s nine councils being replaced by two new unitary authorities is a step closer, after West Dorset District Council voted for change.
Visit Dorset, a tourism partnership of Dorset local authorities with support from more than 600 local tourism businesses, is preparing to launch its re-developed website with an exclusive event at Athelhampton House near Dorchester.