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- MPs to 'put pressure' on government to improve A34
- Gluten-free NHS cuts plan on Isle of Wight 'extremely concerning'
- Police name victim in Bournemouth murder inquiry
- Man charged with arson following fire at Portsmouth tower block last week
- Man has "life-changing injuries" after motorcycle crash on the A37 Dorchester by-pass
- Updates from Tuesday 4 October
Hampshire Fire and Rescue has warned residents of blocks of flats to ensure they are familiar with evacuation procedures after a fire at a high rise block in Southsea earlier.
Fire crews were called to Everell Court following reports of smoke coming from a flat on the third floor in the early hours of this morning.
The fire in the kitchen was extinguished and the occupier led to safety by firefighters before being treated by South Central Ambulance Service, who later took the 26 year old female to Queen Alexandra Hospital for smoke inhalation.
High rise flats have added safety measures in place and an evacuation policy in the form of ‘defend in place’ or ‘full evacuation’. Most high rise flats are built to delay the spread of fire for up to an hour which means it can be safer for residents in other flats to remain where they are while the fire service deals with the fire, this is known as defend in place. It is vital you check your buildings evacuation policy which should be displayed in your building’s entrance."
Matt Le Tissier joined fellow Saints legend Francis Benali during his 1,000-mile charity run and cycle challenge to all Premier League and Championship football grounds earlier.
Having made it through Brecon Beacons, Franny is now close to Hereford.
A woman who was found dead at a property in Bournemouth died of multiple stab wounds, police have said following post mortem results.
The body of Natasha Wake, 26, was found an address in Harley Gardens on Sunday afternoon.
A 26-year-old man, from Plymouth, was later arrested at Hengistbury Head.
Magistrates granted Dorset Police a further 36 hours to question the suspect. Officers said the arrested man and the victim were known to each other.
It will remain mostly dry tonight, with some patchy cloud around.
It'll be milder than last night, with lows of about 14C (57F).
Tomorrow will be another fine and dry day with patchy cloud and sunny spells.
It will feel cooler than today though with stronger winds, particularly towards coastal areas.
Highs of about 15C (61F).
A man sustained serious and life-changing injuries in a single-vehicle crash in Dorchester yesterday, police have said.
The 39-year-old man, from Weymouth, who was riding a Yamaha motorbike, crashed on the A37 (pictured) between the Monkey's Jump and Weir's roundabouts.
The road was closed for about two hours while an investigation was carried out.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
- A girl accused of attempting to murder an ex-friend at school had a "kill list" and was obsessed with serial killers and school shootings, a jury has heard
- Police have been given more time to question a man arrested on suspicion of murdering a woman in Bournemouth
- The RMT union, which is embroiled in a bitter dispute with Southern Railway, says it is to make an official complaint to Twitter
- Babies born more than eight weeks early will no longer be cared for at Dorset County Hospital, health bosses have said
- Plans to cut NHS funding for gluten-free foods for patients on the Isle of Wight are "extremely concerning", a coeliac disease charity has said
Police have named a van driver who died following a collision with a lorry in Basingstoke.
Duncan Appleby, 38, of Gosport, died in hospital on 30 September, the day after the crash on the A30 / A33 junction.
Mr Appleby's passenger, a 30-year-old man from Gosport, is still in hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries.
Three people in the lorry sustained minor injuries.
Eastleigh FC is admitting all fans free of charge for tonight's National League match against Maidstone Utd.
The Spitfires' chairman Stewart Donald said: "Every time we have done a free game we have managed to attract new fans who have gone on to become regulars and season ticket holders."
If you can't make it to the Silverlake stadium, BBC Radio Solent has live coverage of the match, which kicks off at 19:45 BST.
The Human League, Howard Jones and Kid Creole and the Coconuts are among artists booked to appear at Let's Rock Southampton next summer.
The festival takes place on Southampton Common on Saturday 8 July.
A jury has heard how a Hampshire schoolgirl, who has gone on trial for the attempted murder of her former best friend, was obsessed with serial killers and school shootings.
The court was told the girl, now aged 15, had prepared a "kill list" of those she didn't like at the school and had looked into killing her mother and brother.
The prosecution said the girl lured her victim to a secluded part of their school and stabbed her.
The trial continues.
Former Hampshire cricket captain Mark Nicholas has been talking about Durham's relegation from Division One over financial issues, with Hampshire being reinstated.
He said: "Many counties have overstretched, building modern facilities, urged to do so by the ECB to get on the trail of staging test matches and one-day internationals.
"There are big counties handling painful interest rates and Durham are a good example, excellent county but really battling with the day-to-day turnovers of a game that doesn't attract a big audience through the turnstile."
"Cricket has got big issues. Many counties have overstretched themselves, borrowed extensively and haven't been able to find the returns.
Police in Bournemouth investigating the death of Natasha Wake, 26, have been granted more time to question a murder suspect.
The 26-year-old man from Plymouth was arrested at Hengistbury Head on Sunday, when Ms Wake's body was found at an address in Harley Gardens.
Magistrates have allowed a custody extension until Wednesday evening.
The A31 is back open between Stag Gate and the Roundhouse roundabout.
It follows a crash involving a car which hit a tree at about 11:00 BST.
A car driver pointed a weapon at two male teenagers walking in Poole, Dorset Police have said.
The culprit shouted homophobic abuse at the 18-year-olds in Pitwines Close, before producing what appeared to be a pistol.
The car, containing two men, then drove off at speed.
Police are appealing for information about the incident, which happened shortly after midnight on Monday 26 September.
A crash has closed the A31 in Dorset between Stag Gate and the Roundhouse roundabout (A350).
Dorset Police said it was called at 11:09 to "single vehicle collision" involving a car which hit a tree.
Ambulance crews are treating a man at the scene.
Following last night's meeting of the A34 Action Group, Highways England has released a statement.
Safety is our top priority and we look forward to hearing the ideas of Oxfordshire County Council and other bodies including the police. We will carefully consider any suggestions that are made.
Thanks to Kerrie for this picture from Lyme Regis.
A Portsmouth GP surgery, which cares for university students, has been placed in special measures following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The University Surgery in St Michael's Road was rated "inadequate" for safety, effectiveness and leadership.
The surgery, caring mainly for students at the University of Portsmouth, withdrew sexual health services in April, following the loss of funding.
The report said, as a result, patients could not access sexual health care and treatment "in a timely manner".
These old posters have been uncovered on a wall at Fareham railway station, where improvement works are under way.
The station and its approach is being given a £1m upgrade.
As previously announced, Network Rail will shut the rail line for nine days from 22 October to replace the tracks and upgrade a set of points.
A Conservative MP has vowed to put pressure on Highways England and the Department for Transport to make improvements on the A34 a priority.
In August, five people and an unborn boy were killed on the road, sparking the creation of a community action group to campaign for changes to the road.
Speaking at a meeting on Monday evening, Newbury MP Richard Benyon said he and his Oxfordshire colleagues would continue to debate the A34 and pressure the Department for Transport to improve safety.
Plans to cut NHS funding for gluten-free foods for patients on the Isle of Wight are "extremely concerning", a coeliac disease charity has said.
The island's clinical commissioning group (CCG) said it is spending about £226,000 a year on gluten-free foods.
It is running a public consultation over plans to stop the service from April.
Coeliac UK said gluten-free foods were more expensive and not readily available.
Coeliac disease is an autoimmune condition caused by a reaction to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley and rye.
MPs, residents and councillors are campaigning for Highways England to install an HGV crawler lane and average speed cameras on the A34, after a spate of harrowing crashes that led to the deaths of four children, a mother, and an unborn boy.
Councillor Stewart Lilly, who attended an A34 Community Action Group meeting on Monday, said: "Doing nothing is not an option."
The A34 Action Group has held its second meeting to push for changes to the A34, which runs from Hampshire to Oxfordshire, to make it safer.
It's been set up after several deaths on the road over the summer.
Proposals discussed on Monday night at Chilton Village Hall in Oxfordshire included a crawler lane and average speed check cameras.
Today will be dry and cloudy with some sunny spells.
Temperatures will reach 16C (61F) as a moderate easterly breeze develops.
Tonight will stay dry with clear spells and patchy cloud.
The cloud should help to keep temperatures up so it should be milder than last night for most.
James Lind, born 300 years ago today, is remembered as the man who helped to conquer a killer disease.
He wrote of an experiment in which he fed sailors lemons on board HMS Salisbury in 1747 and cured them of scurvy.
But the Royal Navy took nearly 50 years to act on his findings, after other "experts" proposed rival cures.