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Here's the weather for the rest of the day and tomorrow morning, with Holly Green.
Police have appealed for information about an incident in the early hours of Saturday in which a number of cars were alight in a street in Poole.
Firefighters and police officers discovered seven vehicles alight when they were called to English Ford in Yarrow Road. They included a white Ford Focus, a black Mercedes Benz, a red Vauxhall Movano and a silver Volkswagen Golf.
Const Jamie Spry of Dorset Police said: “From our initial investigation it would appear that one car was set alight and the fire then spread to a further six vehicles."
A new £10,000 piece of public art is being planned for the heart of Winchester.
The city council is inviting expressions of interest from artists and designers interested in creating and installing the work next to the 1960s Casson Block on St George's Street.Copyright: GoogleQuote Message: The Casson Block enhancement scheme is under way and will create an excellent site for an exciting piece of art to complement our existing range of public art. We are proud of the Kite Flyer, Luminous Motion and the painted bollards which are amongst a whole host of pieces in the city which inspire, entertain and engage. from Councillor Steve Miller Winchester City Council, portfolio holder for economy and arts
A public inquiry begins tomorrow as developers challenge the refusal of planning permission for 100 homes on the edge of Southampton.
Eastleigh Borough Council refused outline planning permission for the land off Botley Road, West End.
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It looks like it's continuing to be a cloudy day for some, especially in Morcombelake where the low cloud is clinging to the hillside.Copyright: Sue on the hill / Weather Watchers
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Guernsey FC boss Tony Vance has sought advice from former England international Matt Le Tissier as his side continues to search for their first victory of the season.
Le Tissier, 47, watched on as Guernsey drew 2-2 with Chatham Town on Saturday.Copyright: Fran Torode
Le Tissier, who was born on the island, previously served as club president.
The former Southampton striker made one substitute appearance for the Green Lions in April 2013, 11 years after retiring from the professional game.
A dog has been rescued from a house fire on the Isle of Wight.
Crews were called to the property in Sloop Lane, Wootton Bridge, at about 13:40.
No people were inside the property and the fire was put out by 14:10.
A new colony of penguin toddlers has arrived at Oceanarium, Bournemouth.
It's hoped they will pair up and eventually produce youngsters of their own.
The six juvenile Humboldt penguins have joined up with the existing group.
Proposals for a new academic building at Bournemouth University have been approved.
The four-storey Poole Gateway Building at its Talbot Campus on Wallisdown Road will house support facilities for technology and media students.Copyright: Bournemouth University
Construction is due to start in 2017 following its approval by the Borough of Poole. It is due to be completed by September 2019.
It is part of a £100m programme to expand facilities at the university.
Police are warning festival goers that there is a no-tolerance approach to drugs at Bestival.
The four-day event opens on Thursday at Robin Hill Country Park on the Isle of Wight.Copyright: PAQuote Message: If you are found with drugs or psychoactive substances you will at the very least be ejected from site... and there is a very good chance you will be arrested and prosecuted. Even just dabbling in illegal drugs and psychoactive substances can have catastrophic or fatal consequences – you might believe you’ll be fine, but how do you know? from Supt Andy Houghton Hampshire Constabulary, Silver Commander for Bestival 2016
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