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Summary

  1. Southern Health chairman resigns
  2. Young boy assaulted in Portsmouth
  3. Five jailed for armed robbery
  4. Annual cricket match at Bramble Bank
  5. CCTV to catch tree poison culprit
  6. Saints win but Cherries and Pompey lose
  7. Weather: Cloudy with risk of showers

Live Reporting

By Marcus White

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all for today

    BBC Local Live for Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight will be back again from 08:00 on Tuesday.

    Thanks for joining us today.

  2. Latest headlines for the region: Five jailed over gun threat robbery

    • The chairman of troubled Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust criticised for allowing its under-fire chief executive to move to another post on the same pay has resigned
    • Five men have been jailed for threatening two women and two young children with a gun during a robbery in Portsmouth last year
    •  A 66-year-old grandmother and her 6-year-old grandson have been rescued after being stuck 25m (82ft) up on the Solent Wheel attraction in Southsea  
    • Two men and a woman have been arrested on suspicion of drug-related offences in Bournemouth
  3. Weather outlook: Rain and mist

    Cloud and showery rain is likely this evening with some heavy bursts in places, and some misty conditions over high ground 

    It will be rather mild thought with light winds and lows of about 14C (57F). 

    BBC Weather chart for Bournemouth on Monday 19 September

    Tomorrow will be a cloudy and showery start for most of us.

    It will slowly become drier and brighter though with some sunny intervals developing.

    Highs of about 18C (64F).

    BBC Weather chart for Monday 19 September for Bournemouth

    For a full 10-day weather forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.

  4. Olympians hit by medical files hack

    Hampshire Olympians Alex Danson and Justin Rose are among the latest athletes hit by a hack into medical files.

    The pair are joined by the likes of Mo Farah in having their medical details published after Russian hackers Fancy Bears breached the database of the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada).

    Alex Danson
  5. Fareham MP reacts to resignation of Southern Health chairman

    More needs to be done to reassure the public following the resignation of Southern Health's chairman Tim Smart, Conservative MP for Fareham Suella Fernandes has said.

    Last month Mr Smart was criticised for allowing its under-fire chief executive Katrina Percy to move to another post on the same pay.

    The trust said he stepped down for "personal reasons".  

    Quote Message: I am concerned to see more turnover at the top of Southern Health. What the trust needs is reliable and stable governance which has a focus on correcting the failures of the past, but this just isn’t possible without strong leadership – far more needs to be done to reassure the public. The public will understandably be concerned with the issues highlighted in Southern Health, I hope the trust gets the governance it needs to drive through the vital change needed to improve service quality and restore public confidence. from Suella Fernandes MP for Fareham
    Suella FernandesMP for Fareham
  6. Grandmother and grandson rescued from Solent Wheel attraction

    A 66-year-old grandmother and her six-year-old grandson have been rescued from the top of a ferris wheel attraction in Southsea after the ride stopped, the fire service has said.

    Solent Wheel

    The pair were stuck 25m (82ft) up for about an hour in a pod of the Solent Wheel before firefighters brought them to safety using an aerial platform, a spokesman said.

    They were the only people on the ride at the time.

    Solent Wheel has not yet responded to a BBC request for comment.

  7. Three arrested following drug warrants in Bournemouth

    Three people have been arrested after warrants were carried out following reports of alleged production and supply of cannabis in Bournemouth.

    Officers carried out the warrants at two addresses off Jewell Road on Thursday.

    A 27-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of possessing cannabis with intent to supply.

    A 38-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of class B controlled drug.

    And a 58-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the production of class B controlled drug.

    They have all been released on police bail pending further enquiries until the end of October.

  8. Southampton a 'tech job hotspot'

    Southampton is one of the UK's hotspots for technology jobs, according to research.

    The city is host to 25,000 posts in the technology sector, which is one hi-tech job for every ten people living in the city.

    Hardware, e-commerce and data analytics are among the specialisms of Sotonian tech workers.

    Bournemouth and Poole are also represented, with 14,000 tech jobs.

    Map of locations in the UK with the biggest proportion to tech jobs to population
  9. Your views: Southern Health resignation

    You've been sharing your views following the resignation of the chairman of troubled Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.

    Southern Health sign

    Last month Katrina Percy stepped down as head of the trust over "media attention" after it failed to investigate hundreds of deaths.

    Interim chairman Tim Smart was criticised after it emerged a £240,000 a year post was "created for her".

    Matthew Taylor said on BBC Oxford's Facebook page: "No doubt a post will be created for him too, hoping to stay below the publics [sic] radar!"

    JKi Janet JKi Janet also commented: "Not the only one who should resign .... or has another post been created for him too?!"

  10. Your pictures: Red skies over Swanage

    Thanks to Chris C who uploaded this beautifully warming photo of Swanage to the BBC Weather Watchers site earlier.

    Red skies over Swanage
  11. Broadstone ward by-election candidates announced

    Five candidates have been nominated for election as a councillor for the Broadstone ward in Poole, following the recent resignation of Joanne Tomlin.

    Borough of Poole Council said the full list of nominees is as follows:

    Mark Chivers – Green Party Alan John Gerring – UK Independence Party Jason Graham Sanderson – Labour Party Vikki Slade – Liberal Democrats Marc Ujvari – Conservative Party

    The by-election will be held on 13 October.

  12. Tim Smart: 'Considerable contribution"

     In a statement, the trust says Tim Smart's departure is for "personal reasons".  

    Quote Message: Since his appointment in May this year Tim has made a considerable contribution to the Trust, driving through changes necessary to improve our services. We would like to thank him for his time and dedication. from Southern Health
    Southern Health
  13. Southern Health: How we got here?

    July 2013 - Connor Sparrowhawk, 18, drowns after an epileptic seizure at Oxford unit Slade House. An inquest later rules neglect contributed to his death

    11 December 2015 - The BBC reveals details of a leaked Mazars report which highlights a "failure of leadership". Jeremy Hunt says he is "profoundly shocked"

    17 December 2015 - The report is officially published and shows out of 722 unexpected deaths over four years, only 272 were properly investigated

    6 April 2016 - The Care Quality Commission (CQC) issues a warning notice to significantly improve protection for mental health patients

    29 April 2016 - A full CQC inspection report is published, which says the trust is continuing to put patients at risk

    30 June 2016 - Following a review of the management team competencies, it is announced that Katrina Percy is to keep her job

    29 July 2016 - The BBC reports that the trust has paid millions of pounds in contracts to companies owned by previous associates of Katrina Percy

    30 August 2016 - Ms Percy announces she is standing down

    7 September 2016- The BBC learns Katrina Percy had a new £240,000-a-year job advising GPs created for her

    19 September 2016 - Tim Smart steps down as chairman of Southern Health citing "personal reasons"