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Locals are outraged to find local landmark Colmers' Hill desecrated. The iconic trees atop the beauty spot have been felled by the M.O.D. to allow "Clear line of site for aircraft manoeuvres".


The price of a pint is set to rise again – by at least 6p. Molson Coors – offering the likes of Carling, Coors Light and Cobra – plans its increase for the following week. Director Simon Kerry said:

"We continue to take the long-term view, investing to deliver great customer service and well-supported beer brands."

The Skimmity Hitchers put this quote through the Google translator and came out with this:

After recent wet weather residents of Skilling's 'H' blocks have complained about large amphibians in their back yard.


In response to people complaining about the danger of landslips along the coast the West Dorset District Council has installed new signage.


Fossil hunters on a Dorset beach were stunned this morning as they stumbled across what appeared to be the remains of a giant dragon.

The spectacular skull the size of a London bus appeared to have been washed up on Charmouth beach on Dorset's Jurassic coast, famous for its treasure trove of dinosaur fossils.


You're doing it wrong.

giantsAmateur archaeologist finds female giant. Amateur archaeologist Vins Lyaterday believes he has found the site of "Bridport Woman" a figure similar to the Cerne Giant carved into a hillside near Bridport. Vins, a Norwegian who moved to Dorset a few years ago was intrigued by lumps and bumps in a field hidden inside a large private estate near where he lived. Mr Lyaterday said:

O.T.T. Dee is a new cartoon strip by Bridport Radio member Carlito.

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After having dug to a depth of 10 feet last year, French scientists found traces of copper wire dating back 200 years and came to the conclusion that their ancestors already had a telephone network more than 150 years ago.


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