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Dover have signed defender Ayo Obileye from fellow National League side Eastleigh on a two-month loan deal.
The 22-year-old is yet to feature in the league since joining the Spitfires from Charlton Athletic in the summer.
Obileye has also spent time on the books at Sheffield Wednesday and had two loan spells at Dagenham & Redbridge after joining Charlton.
He is eligible to make his debut for Dover in Saturday's game against Lincoln City at Crabble.
- In cricket, Hampshire continues its battle to avoid relegation from Division One of the County Championship - follow the latest on the BBC Sport Live page
- Onto football and Southampton boss Claude Puel has said he'll make a number of changes for tonight's EFL Cup thrid round game against Crystal Palace
- In the National League, Eastleigh have signed goalkeeper Ryan Clarke from AFC Wimbledon
- And in speedway, Poole Pirates manager Neil Middleditch has said he wants a lead of at least 10 points after tonight's first leg of the Elite League play-off semi-final
- A car dealership with 12 sites in southern England has been placed into administration, causing the loss of 267 jobs
- An annual motorsports and extreme sports festival in Bournemouth looks set to end over a lack of sponsorship
- A gift shop's newspaper advert that featured a golliwog character has been banned by the advertising watchdog
- And a 74-year-old grandmother from Lymington is looking to become the oldest person to sail non-stop around the world - Jeanne Socrates already holds the record as the oldest woman to circumnavigate the globe
There are currently more than 4,000 asylum seeking children in the care of councils in England.
In the final report of a BBC South Today investigation, 16-year-old Ali, from Afghanistan, explains to reporter Emma Vardy why he was made to leave his family behind:
To view the previous parts of the report click here:
It will be a dry night with some clear spells leading to a few mist and fog patches places, including the New Forest.
Lows of about 15C (59F).
Tomorrow, it will dry and bright at first, although cloud will gradually thicken from the west, bringing the odd spot of rain.
Highs of about 18 Deg C (64F).
For a full 10-day forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.
Hampshire chairman Rod Bransgrove believes a new city-based Twenty20 competition is vital to holding on to the game's young audience.
The 18 counties and the MCC will debate the ECB's plan for a new tournament to run alongside the existing T20 Blast at a board meeting in October.
It is proposed that the new eight-team competition could begin in 2018.
"I have long held the belief that cricket is at a crossroads," Bransgrove told BBC South Today.
M27 Hampshire eastbound severe accident, at J7 for A334.
A young asylum seeker from Afghanistan who evaded security checks at in France and is believed to have made it to the via Poole Port has a good chance of getting refugee status and settling in the UK, the charity Asylum Aid has said.
Zoe Gardner explains more:
To view the previous videos in the BBC South Today investigation click here:
Thanks to our BBC Weather Watchers on the Isle of Wight for uploading these pictures to the site earlier.
Mike B snapped the hills of Brighwater, while Sheila Carey-Holt photographed birds in Freshwater.
A BBC South Today investigation has revealed how a teenager from Afghanistan evaded French and UK checks to reach England.
Here’s home affairs correspondent Emma Vardy with the third part of her report.
Watch part onewith 16-year-old asylum seeker Ali, who is believed to entered the UK via Poole Port.
Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill spoke of his bid to get Border Force to review its security at Poole in part two of the report.
A number of concerns have been raised following a consultation into waste and recycling, and mineral sites in Dorset, the county council has said.
Concerns raised during a public consultation, which focused on potential new sites, included:
- Increased traffic
- Impact on the local economy
- Quality of life for wildlife, residents and businesses nearby waste sites
- Visual impact, noise and dust around mineral sites
In total 483 people and organisations responded.
"Both plans will be reviewed in the light of responses, before a further public consultation on revised drafts takes place in February next year," the authority added.
Concentrix, the US firm accused of incorrectly withdrawing tax credits from hundreds of claimants, will not have its contract renewed, HMRC has said.
The BBC earlier reported the case of Nicola McKenzie (pictured), a teenage mother from Southampton who had her child tax credits stopped after she was wrongly accused of being married to a 74-year-old dead man.
The firm, employed by the government to cut tax credit fraud and overpayment, will complete its current contract which expires in May 2017.
Concentrix said it had operated "within the guidance set by HMRC".
A public consultation on plans to revamp Alton train station will open to the public on Monday.
The plans include changes to pedestrian and cycle access, new signage for bus services and a review of parking arrangements, East Hampshire District Council said.
The authority is working with South West Trains, Hampshire County Council and Alton Town Council on the project.
The consultation runs until 12 October.
A car dealership with 12 sites in southern England has entered administration leading to the loss of almost 270 jobs.
The "winding down" of operations at City Motor Holdings and associated companies has been blamed on "a sustained period of poor trading".
Its five sites in Basingstoke - at the Autoplaza - were closed last week, along with three in Newbury and two in Reading.
Administrator KPMG said it had made steps to contact affected customers.
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Bournemouth Wheels Festival is unlikely to go ahead next year, the borough council has said.
Bournemouth Borough Council made an initial commitment to underwrite and help fund the wheels-themed event, which has featured Formula 1, BMX bikes and monster trucks, for three years.
However, it said although there had been support from a range of sponsors and exhibitors, a "significant commercial investment" had not been secured.
The event, which began in 2014, has attracted more than one million visitors, the authority said.
Swimmer Alice Tai, from New Milton, has returned to the UK after two wins at Rio Paralympics.
Russell Slatford, head at Bournemouth Collegiate School where she is studying, was pleased to see her:
- AFC Bournemouth has apologised to fans who missed most of the first half of last night's match against Preston North End because of queues at ticket booths
- Southern Water has been named as the worst-performing water company for complaints for the fourth year running
- Plans to overhaul local government in Dorset have been branded "misleading and lacking impartiality" at a Christchurch Borough Council meeting
- And, a 16-year-old Afghan asylum seeker who evaded French and UK border checks to reach England has described his "scary" journey across the Channel
BBC Radio Solent, Breakfast in Dorset reporter
Proposals to build a leisure park on Weymouth's peninsula has been backed by council leaders after a report claimed the site was inappropriate for housing.
The all-weather facility would include a soft play area and indoor sky diving, plus a hotel, waterside restaurants and car parking.
A further investment of £200,000 has been agreed to move the project forward, but if it's built, the development would almost certainly end any hopes of a new ferry service returning to the town.
Plans to overhaul the landscape of local government in Dorset have been branded "misleading and lacking impartiality".
Christchurch borough councillors were called to an extraordinary meeting to discuss four options including reducing the number of councils in the county from nine to two from 2019, in a bid to save cash.
Conservative councillor Lesley Dedman, for the West Highcliffe ward, is one of the members who brought the motion forward.
She said she was upset by the "short time limit" of a 12-week public consultation into the plans.
"This is potentially life-changing for the borough," she added.
Dorset County Council, the authority behind the public consultation, has declined to comment.
A murder that happened in Hampshire in 2008 is set to be revisited tonight in the first part of a BBC Two documentary.
Paula Poolton's body was found in the boot of her car at Swanwick train station.
The programme - Conviction: Murder At The Station - follows the search for new evidence, six years after Roger Kearney was convicted.
He and his family maintain his innocence.
- One lane remains blocked and traffic is slow on the M27 eastbound between junction 2, for the A36 at Salisbury, and junction 3, at the M271 for Romsey, because of an accident involving a van and a car
- There's also heavy congestion on the A35 Lyndhurst Road in both directions in Ashurst at the Holly Road junction
For all the latest on the roads, visit the BBC Travel site.
Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner Martyn Underhill has called on Border Force to review its security at Poole Port.
It comes as a BBC South investigation revealed a group of young asylum seekers from Afghanistan made it into the UK from Cherbourg Port undetected.
Watch the second part of a report by Emma Vardy:
To watch the first part of this report with 16-year-old asylum seeker Ali, who is believed to have evaded port security at Poole, click here.
A Simon Makienok hat-trick for Championship side Preston knocked out Bournemouth of the Premier League after extra time in the EFL Cup third round.
The Danish striker, 25, poked home the decisive third goal midway through the second additional period.
Makienok had given North End an early lead from inside the area, and then headed an equaliser in the 85th minute.
Bournemouth had come from behind to lead 2-1 via Lewis Grabban's penalty and Dan Gosling's close-range finish.
Rodriguez has a groin problem so fellow striker Charlie Austin, who came off the bench to score the winner against Swansea on Sunday, could start.
Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye could feature having recovered from a groin problem.
Defender James Tomkins is out after picking up a knee injury in Sunday's 4-1 league win over Stoke.
Hampshire built a strong first-innings total against Durham to boost their chances of Division One survival.
The home side, eight points adrift of seventh-placed Warwickshire at the start of play, reached 370-6 after an uncontested toss at the Ageas Bowl.
Captain James Vince (92) and Will Smith (90) led the way with support from Jimmy Adams (53) and Sean Ervine (50).
All-rounder Liam Dawson finished unbeaten on 47 as Ryan Pringle was the pick of Durham's bowlers with 3-153.