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Today in the Breaker you get to read the hottest news from the coasts of Dorset.

Today in the Breaker you get to read the hottest news from the coasts of Dorset.

Weymouth is preparing to be pest-free for the coming Olympics. Our reporters were present when the Council planned for a Pest-free Weymouth.

It has been a proud week for Bournemouth University as 75 of its alumni were involved in the making of Oscar nominated films. A short film made by one of the university’s undergraduate students has been short-listed for British Student Film Festival to be held in London next month. Our reporters went to investigate more.

We were present when Florence and the machine performed their magnificent gig at BIC last week. Read it in Florence + The machine dazzling tour

We have witnessed a spectacular five-night performance by Rex players, an amateur theatrical group delivered at Wareham’s traditional cinema.

The Arts University college students in Bournemouth will be excited to hear about the plans of a new student accommodation in Lansdowne.

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