- Marine reservist admits possessing guns and ammunition
- Mobile phone-using lorry driver admits causing crash deaths
- Man in life-threatening condition after being attacked in Portsmouth
- Cyclist killed in Christchurch after crash with car
- Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy Trust issued with warning over state of finances
- Rail passengers in parts of the South have received "woeful" service, MPs say
- Updates from Friday 14 October
- Excess speed isn't thought to have been a factor in the death of a seven-year-old schoolboy who was hit by a car in Poole yesterday
- A Royal Marine reservist from Hampshire has pleaded guilty to possessing an arsenal of weapons
- MPs have attacked the government's handling of rail franchises, saying passengers have been let down badly
- Police searching for a missing schoolboy from Dorset have said a number of possible sightings have been reported
- Three men wearing balaclavas have stolen £40,000 worth of golf equipment from a shop in Romsey
Outbreaks of heavy, showery rain will move north-eastwards overnight, but for some it will remain dry and cloudy.
Southerly winds will help to keep temperatures up compared to recent nights.
Lows of about 11°C (51°F).Copyright: BBC
Tomorrow will see a mainly dry and fine start, with some spells of sunshine developing.
Through the afternoon cloud will increase from the southwest, accompanied with some heavy, thundery rain.
Highs of about 15°C (59°F)Copyright: BBC
For a full 10-day forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.
A police officer has been recognised for his work during a high-profile murder investigation in Hampshire.
Det Insp Martin Chudley was applauded at the Police Federation National Detectives’ Forum Awards for his work on the Georgina Edmonds murder case.
The 77-year-old was murdered at her home in Brambridge in -2008.
Matthew Hamlen, 37, was jailed for a minimum of 30 years in February after the police found new DNA evidence.Copyright: Hampshire ConstabularyQuote Message: To be recognised in this category is fantastic for the team and recognition of all of our hard work. It is important to remember that whilst we celebrate our achievements in this investigation, at the heart of all of this is an elderly woman who lost her life and a family who have been left behind. from Det Insp Martin Chudley
National League South side Truro City have signed former Eastleigh manager Chris Todd as a player.Copyright: Getty Images
The 35-year-old has agreed a short-term deal, having been sacked as player-boss by Eastleigh in August.
The central defender had been training with former club Torquay United after leaving the Silverlake Stadium.
"I'm looking for a little bit of experience, it'll only be a short deal as he'll want to go on and manage somewhere else," said boss Lee Hodges.
Three men wearing balaclavas have stolen £40,000 worth of golf equipment from a shop in Romsey, police have said.
The burglary happened at the 121 Golf Shop on Premier Way between 22:10 and 22:30 yesterday.
The offenders exited a white van outside before breaking into the store.
Among the stolen goods were:
- Taylor Made M1 drivers
- Limited edition Cobra Arsenal Football Club Drivers
- Cobra Fly-z drivers with blue heads
- Cobra Fly-z+ drivers with orange heads
Police searching for a missing schoolboy have said a number of possible sightings have been reported.Copyright: Dorset Police
Iwan Thomas went missing from his home in Horsecastles Lane, Sherborne, Dorset, on Thursday.
Reprted sightings of Iwan, who has recently moved to Sherborne from Perth, Scotland, include outside Godden and Curtis on Greenhill and close to the Teddy Rowe pub in Sherborne (pictured), along West Street in Somerton, Somerset, and Ninesprings park in Yeovil.
Insp Richard Dixey said police were "very concerned for his welfare".Copyright: GoogleQuote Message: I am urging anyone with any information about Iwan’s whereabouts, no matter how seemingly insignificant this may be, to get in touch as we need to find him urgently to ensure he is safe and well. If Iwan sees this appeal, please contact us or your family to let us know you are safe. You are not in any trouble. We all just want to make sure you have not come to any harm. from Insp Richard Dixey Dorset Police
CCTV images of two suspects following a robbery at a shop in Poole have been released by police.Copyright: Dorset PoliceCopyright: Dorset Police
The robbery at the Co-op on Oakdale Road happened at about 21:20 on Wednesday.
Two men entered the store, selected items and approached the till.
As one of the suspects attempted to pay, the other sprayed one of the shop assistants in the face with an unknown substance from a can.
The pair then took a "quantity of cash" from the open till and made off, officers said.
Excess speed is not believed to have been a factor in the death of a seven-year-old schoolboy who was killed in a crash on his way to school in Dorset, police have said.
The boy, named by his school and police as Toby, died in hospital after being struck by a silver Peugeot 107 being driven by a woman aged in her 50s, in Sherborn Crescent, Canford Heath, at about 08:00 on Wednesday.
Officers said the driver has been assisting police with the investigation, but no arrests have been made.Copyright: BBCQuote Message: Everyone is shocked and saddened at the death of little Toby and understandably want to know how it happened. We are gathering witness testimony and analysing the data that we collected at the scene. The full circumstances of the collision will be heard in due course by Her Majesty’s Coroner but I am able to inform you that there is no evidence to suggest that excess speed was a factor in this collision. from Insp Matt Butler Dorset Police
Rail travellers are being badly let down, according to an influential committee of MPs.
A report by the Transport Select Committee criticises complicated ticketing systems, overcrowding and a lack of access for disabled passengers.
It also condemns the government's handling of rail franchises, and singles out the "woeful" experience of Southern passengers, who have faced months of industrial action and staff shortages.