Gaia Pope inquest: Justice 'more important' than any delay - Gaia's cousin
The family of Gaia Pope has told BBC Radio Solent that "truth and justice" for her matter more than any delay to the inquest into her death.
Gaia was 19 when she disappeared in Swanage, in November 2017.
Her body was found on cliffs near the town 11 days later, following a huge search by the community.
Her family believe she died due to failings by police and mental health services following an allegation of rape.
This week we heard that an inquest into her death will not examine that investigation - but will include the impact of that investigation on her mental health.
It will now take place in May 2021.
After this week's hearing, BBC Radio Solent's Dorset breakfast presenter Steve Harris sat down to speak with Gaia's cousin - Marienna Pope-Weidemann.
A war memorial to commemorate civilians in Dorset who lost their lives has been given protected status to mark the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Sherborne Abbey War Memorial was described by Historic England as a "fine example of a detailed memorial cross made from stone from the Mendip Hills".
It was built after World War One by John Merrick and designed by William Douglas Caroe - who became senior architect to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners in 1895 and was one of the leading church architects of his time.
Council chairman David Flagg used his casting vote to support Mrs Slade.
The latest vote of no confidence has been proposed by Conservative councillor Drew Mellor and is due to take place in a full council meeting at 19:00 BST.
Paintings help to raise cash for coronavirus-hit heritage railway
A series of paintings of steam trains are helping to raise money for a heritage railway rebuilt by volunteers over the course of 30 years that says it has been left "on a knife edge" by the coronavirus crisis.
Dorset's Swanage Railway, which has been run as a tourist attraction since the 1990s, closed when lockdown came into force.
It said the pandemic had "created the most urgent and potentially devastating challenge" in its history.
So far, an emergency appeal has raised more than £283,500 of a £360,000 target.
West Sussex artist Oliver Pyle has produced four watercolour scenes of steam trains on the Swanage Railway with 250 limited edition prints of each being sold to raise money for the appeal.
The coronavirus, which causes the respiratory disease, known as Covid-19, was first confirmed in the UK at the end of January.
Data as of Friday 4 September.
CCTV appeal after racist wording sprayed on Blandford shop
Police have released a CCTV image of a suspect after racist
wording was sprayed on a shop front and nearby alleyway.
It happened in West Street, Blandford at about 03:30 BST on Thursday.
PC Kate Schofield, of Dorset Police, said: “This was a very
unpleasant and upsetting incident for the victim and I would like to reassure
them and the community that a detailed investigation is underway."
Warning after man impersonates Poole parking attendant
Police are investigating after a man impersonated a civil
enforcement officer in Poole.
The man put an "out of service" sticker on the pay machine in the Baiter Harbourside One car park (pictured), between 20:30 and 21:00 BST on 6 August, and at Beach Road on 8 August, before approaching members of the public and taking money from them for parking.
The man is described as aged in his late 50s, about 6ft (1.82m), tanned and of average build, with cropped grey hair.