Work to upgrade the Royal Navy's minehunters continues at #Portsmouth Naval Base. Here's the load out of HMS Brocklesby, a significant milestone in her journey to return to duty. HMS Quorn and HMS Atherstone are next in line.
Remember the old saying about waiting ages for a bus to come along and then you get three at once? Well, a government bill going through parliament at the moment is supposed to help with that by giving local councils more power over local bus services. But as our Dorset reporter Tristan Pascoe has been finding out, some doubt whether it will work so well outside of the larger towns and... View details ⇨
A smartphone app to help monitor patients at risk of heart attacks and strokes is being trialled in parts of Berkshire. Hundreds of people using the blood-thinner Warfarin are monitoring their condition from home and sending results directly to their doctor via the app
The mother of an autistic 6 year old boy from Netley near Southampton, says she's been forced to keep her son out of school, after he cut through an electrical cable with a pair of scissors. It comes at a time when local authorities in the south are under increasing financial pressure to support tens of thousands of children with "Special Educational Needs".
WATCH: A man breaks a police officer's jaw in a "cowardly and despicable" attack before running away.
Demitre Clarke-Oliver, 24, from Reading, has now been jailed for two and a half years after he admitted causing GBH to PC Raymond Tse in Oxford city centre. [ Bbc.in Link ]
Yesterday, she was stolen while her owner was being treated by paramedics in Bournemouth...but now, after police launched a public appeal, Sophie the cockapoo has been returned! She was left on her own outside Hamworthy Library. [ Bbc.in Link ]
Here's a first look at the hi-tech Hitachi trains for the Thames Valley that will run on low-tech diesel. Network Rail's electrification programme is years behind schedule and billions of pounds over budget.
It connects Poole in Dorset with the Channel Islands, but has had a controversial journey so far. Condor Ferries' Liberation has been undergoing annual maintenance and returns to service today. Here's exclusive footage of her like you've never seen before.
For most people having a limb amputated would be traumatic and unwelcome; not for Jamie Gane. A keen athlete from Basingstoke, Jamie had so much pain in his foot that he fought hard to have his lower leg removed.
A number of wildlife parks around the south have enforced restrictions following a recent outbreak of bird flu .
Marwell Zoo in Hampshire has closed its walk through aviary whilst Birdworld near Farnham has moved all of its ducks and geese indoors. Avian flu was discovered in France but hasn't been detected in the UK yet. All sites insist they are still open for business.