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A girl is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a ceiling collapsed at a school in Milton Keynes

Girl seriously injured in sports hall ceiling collapse

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The go-ahead has formally been given for the first phase of the HS2 high speed rail link. Supporters say the multi-billion pound project will boost the economy, whilst critics argue it is a waste of money and will damage the environment
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Storm Doris has caused some disruption around the region. And van driver Matt had a narrow miss in Basingstoke earlier when this tree fell onto overhead power cables in front of his van in Basingstoke [ Bbc.in Link ]
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The penguin keeper who shaved off half his beard for charity
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One day robots like Pepper could be in hospitals, shops and schools.
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yesterday at 07:34. Facebook
10,000 motorists were legally driving on British roads last month, despite having excessive points.

Oxfordshire driver with 51 penalty points legally still on the road

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yesterday at 06:35. Facebook
"Lawrie's Lumberjacks fell the Forest" 38-years later this Southampton FC fan is heading back to Wembley for the League Cup final. But this time round will the Saints vanquish the Devils?! ⚪⚽⚽
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02/22/2017 at 21:05. Facebook
John Constable painted 'Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows' in 1831. The huge canvas is notable for its dramatic rainbow, but experts now believe it was added later as a tribute to a great friend of the artist who'd died
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A wheelchair user from the New Forest says he is concerned by planned staffing changes on Southern Rail. Today guards on the network walked out on strike for the 29th time in their long-running row over safety [ Bbc.in Link ]
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02/22/2017 at 17:30. Facebook
He called rough sleepers "a disgrace", but today an Oxford Councillor apologised and went to work in a soup kitchen [ Bbc.in Link ]
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02/22/2017 at 14:05. Facebook
Watch the moment a WWII Bomb is detonated in the Solent. It was dredged up in Portsmouth Harbour earlier
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02/22/2017 at 13:39. Facebook
A World War Two bomb containing 290lb of "high explosives" has been detonated in the Solent. The ordnance was discovered by a dredger in Portsmouth Harbour [ Bbc.in Link ]
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02/22/2017 at 08:45. Facebook
A lego recreation of one of John Constable's most famous paintings has been completed at Salisbury Museum [ Bbc.in Link ]
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02/22/2017 at 07:38. Facebook
Ferry and train services were halted in Portsmouth Harbour after another World War Two bomb was found during dredging work

WW2 bomb find halts Portsmouth ferry and train travel

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02/22/2017 at 06:25. Facebook
Would banning fast food outlets from opening up near schools help make children healthier? Councillors in Milton Keynes are considering a 400m exclusion zone' around primary and secondary schools for all new fast food takeaways