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Following the Prime Minister's latest Covid-19 announcement, we spoke to business leaders in hair and beauty, tourism and hospitality about the roadmap out of lockdown.

The City Hall vaccination hub has reached a major milestone: the rollout of 10,000 vaccine doses.

The decision to sell off several police stations across the county has come in for fierce criticism.

A Salisbury judge looks back on his law career, as he retires after nearly 50 years.

In pictures: Camera club winners revealed.

And more!

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Business owners in the Fordingbridge area are “cautiously optimistic” after plans were unveiled for easing lockdown.

A parish church is looking to raise £12,000 to help weather the impact of the pandemic and recent major repairs.

A burglar from Ringwood who helped a gang raid a lawnmower showroom was caught hiding face down in a graveyard after police intercepted him on his way home.

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Residents of a rural Dorset village have been left "surprised" after four people were fined for breaching Covid-19 restrictions.

Dorset Council is to propose stopping funding to its final three Tourist Information Centres as it cannot afford to pay for them.

Councillors have claimed proposals for more than 100 extra homes on the edge of Stalbridge would overwhelm the community and ruin its rural character.

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