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Dorset Council elections

Following the recent local elections in Dorset which resulted in the Liberal Democrats winning control of Dorset Council, some key roles were agreed at Dorset Council’s Annual Meeting on Thursday 16 May. Councillors …
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The Liberal Democrats have narrowly won control of Dorset Council after Thursday’s local elections. The Lib-Dems now have 42 councillors out of a total of 82 across the council. It is the first …
Dorset elections

All 82 councillor seats for Dorset Council are up for election on 2 May this year. We need people with the background and experience that reflects their community to put themselves forward. As …
Dorset Council elections

  Ever thought of becoming a local councillor? All 82 councillor seats for Dorset Council are up for election in May this year. As a councillor you will play a vital role in …
road closure

Gillingham Town Council last night voted to oppose plans to close the main Gillingham to Shaftesbury road completely for a total of more than three weeks to enable gas connection work to go …
digital champions award

A free training programme that has recruited an army of special advisors to help thousands of Dorset’s residents get online has scooped a prestigious national award. Dorset Council’s ‘Embedded Digital Champion’ initiative has …
climate clouds sky

Dorset Council has been announced as a finalist for Best Climate Action or Decarbonisation Initiative in this year’s Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) Awards. The national awards recognise the very best in …
Dorset C

UPDATE The mysterious case of Dorset Council’s vanishing Facebook page has been revealed. Facebook’s owner’s Meta have apparently mistakenly took the page down. In a statement Dorset Council said: ‘We’re very pleased to …
Dorset C

Councillors voted in unanimous support of Dorset Council leader Councillor Spencer Flower’s proposal for a £2m cost-of-living support fund for residents in Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting. The £2m will be funded from the council’s …