A disability charity says it is "very disappointed" the NHS has not taken up its offer of using its surplus beds to help ease bed blocking in Hampshire hospitals.Read more
- Anne-Marie Ellement case: Apology over 'unacceptable' investigation
- Man in court over intruder child sex attack
- Dorset PPC steps aside after wife's collapse
- Latest badger cull comes to an end
- Southern rail strike moves into second day
Any showers will soon ease and clear spells will develop overnight.
With the clear skies and light winds we could see patchy frost and fog developing towards dawn.
Lows of about 8C (46F).
Thursday will start crisp and bright with early fog soon clearing.
It'll then be a mainly sunny day but there is the chance of the odd shower.
Highs of 13C (55F).
For a full 10-day forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.
BBC television presenter Dan Snow has launched a public appeal on behalf of Lymington's St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery to raise £30,000 to bring a hoard of Roman coins back to the town.
A total of 1,608 coins dating back to the 3rd Century were discovered by a metal detectorist buried in Lymington in 2014.
The hoard – dubbed The Boldre Hoard – has officially been defined as a "treasure" by the British Museum and Coroner.
Some experts had wanted to break up the collection and for some coins to stay in London.
Here's part two of BBC South Today's report by sports editor Tony Husband who was live from the San Siro stadium in Milan, joined by former Saints manager Dave Merrington
- The Royal Military Police has admitted failings in its inquiry into a rape allegation at a barracks in Germany
- A man's appeared in court charged with sexually assaulting a girl in a house in Dorset
- Campaigners in the New Forest have launched an appeal to bring a hoard of Roman coins back to Lymington
- The Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner has warned the area's authority not to "marry in haste, repent at leisure" when it comes to forming a devolution deal with Southampton and Portsmouth
- A temporary police and crime commissioner has been appointed for Dorset after the current commissioner's wife was taken seriously ill
The Southampton-based Ordnance Survey (OS) is mapping low bridges, narrow roads and other hazards for lorries.
The data should be available for sat-nav makers to purchase from 16 November, the OS said.
Richard Burnett from the Road Haulage Association said: "The new database will provide the sat-nav manufacturers with the ability to make journeys for HGV drivers safer and more cost-efficient."
As Southampton prepare to face Inter Milan in the San Siro, BBC South Today's sports editor Tony Husband is watching the team train...
South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is looking for local people to put themselves forward for election to its council of governors.
In total, there are 10 public governor seats for residents in Hampshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
To be eligible you need to live in the county you wish to represent, be 16 or over, and join up as a member of the trust.
Our council of governors is the voice of local people helping to set the strategic direction of the trust, based on members’ views, and holding the trust board to account. The current council works well but is determined to improve and we are looking for new governors who have an interest in local health services, to come and help make a positive contribution to the development of SCAS.
- The A348 Ringwood Road in Longham is partially blocked and there's queuing traffic at the Green Lane junction, because of an accident involving a lorry and a moped
- The A350 in Compton Abbas is also partially blocked and traffic is slow in both directions at the Hawkcombe Lane junction, because of an accident involving two cars
- The exit slip of the A34 northbound in Upper Bullington is partially blocked at the A30 junction, because of an accident involving three vehicles
For the latest on the roads near you, visit the BBC Travel site.
The annual Winchester Cathedral ice rink is to have a new transparent roof fitted in a bid keeping skaters warm and dry.
The rink and Christmas market are due to open on 18 November.
Two Portsmouth warships have been sent to meet a Russian aircraft carrier group which is due to sail through the North Sea and English Channel.
The Admiral Kuznetsov task group is heading to join the Russian combat mission in Syria.
HMS Richmond escorted the group through the Norwegian Sea yesterday, while the type-45 destroyer HMS Duncan was deployed last night, the Royal Navy said.
Another destroyer - HMS Dragon - is due to meet two Russian corvettes travelling north towards the UK from the direction of Portugal.
When these ships near our waters we will man-mark them every step of the way
Isle of Wight MP Andrew Turner has warned the island council not to rush into joining forces with Portsmouth and Southampton in a new Solent combined authority.
Island councillors will vote on the devolution deal tonight.
Mr Turner said the island's needs "could easily be over-ridden", and a potential regional gain of £30m a year for 30 years was an estimate not a "government promise".
The council said it had been told the money was "definitely on the table".
Councillors would be well advised to remember the old adage – Marry in Haste, Repent at Leisure!
Relatives of Cpl Anne-Marie Ellement, from Bournemouth, who was found hanged in 2011 after claiming she had been raped by two colleagues in 2009, have given their reaction to an apology by the Ministry of Defence.
Anne-Marie was my beloved youngest daughter. No words can express how much I miss her. I will always be incredibly proud of all that she achieved in her life. I hope that the changes the Army have promised us will come about and be a lasting legacy for her.
Both the coroner at Anne-Marie’s inquest and the judge at her trial made strong criticisms of the conduct of the Royal Military Police men and women involved. I know that the RMP failed my sister and am glad that has finally been admitted. I acknowledge the apology offered today with a heavy heart – but it remains to be seen if they have in fact learnt any lessons.
Police have named a lorry driver who was killed in a crash with another heavy goods vehicle on the A27 near Chichester.
David Ifould, 55, from Andover, in Hampshire, died in the collision at Bosham last Thursday.
His wife has issued a statement, describing him as a "warm and generous man", whose "biggest love" was his family including his three sons aged 5, 9 and 16.
Police said the circumstances of the crash were still being investigated.
The government says an operation to cull badgers in parts of the South West of England and the West Midlands has come to an end "normally as expected".
Cull figures are expected to be published next year.
A man who founded a children's charity has been jailed for 16 years for sexual offences committed in the 1980s.
Ronald Nicholson Bennett, 72, of Launcelot Close, Andover, was found guilty of rape, three indecent assaults and two counts of gross indecency with a girl under the age of 14.
Southampton's container port has taken delivery of the first of 17 new straddle carriers - used for stacking and moving containers.
Operator DP World said it was part of a multi-million pound investment in facilities at the port to prepare for the next generation of giant container ships, due to enter service in 2017.
The firm has ordered two new quay cranes which will stand at 138m (459ft) at their highest point - taller than the London Eye.
A new 153-bedroom hotel could be built in Basingstoke, creating 100 jobs, Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council has said.
The proposal, by Village Hotels, will be discussed by the authority on Tuesday.
The scheme is part of plans to develop Basing View in the town as a regional business centre.
The Royal Military Police has admitted failings in its initial inquiry into a rape allegation at a barracks in Germany.
Cpl Anne-Marie Ellement, from Bournemouth, was found hanged on 9 October 2011 after claiming she had been raped by two colleagues in 2009.
Former army corporals Jeremy Jones and Thomas Fulton were cleared of rape in April.
Aspects of the original investigation into the alleged rape were "unacceptable", the Royal Military Police said.
In a statement, it added: "Anne-Marie deserved better and for that the Royal Military Police apologises unreservedly to the family for those failings."
- AFC Bournemouth defender Steve Cook says the fans have helped the team with their upturn in form at home - the Cherries have won their last three Premier League fixtures at the Vitality Stadium
- Havant and Waterlooville lost for the first time this season against the Isthmian League's bottom club Met Police - they went down 2-0 at Westleigh Park, and in the process they missed out on going top
Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Martyn Underhill has temporarily stepped aside from his role after his wife collapsed.
Deborah Underhill collapsed in Wimborne earlier this month after suffering a subarachnoid haemorrhage - a type of stroke caused by bleeding on the surface of the brain.
The Dorset Police and Crime Panel have today appointed Colin Pipe as acting PCC for the county.
Mr Underhill remains in post, but day-to-day decisions will be made by Mr Pipe until further notice.
My wife’s collapse in Wimborne Square was completely unexpected, and I would like to thank the off-duty nurse who rushed to help, the South West Ambulance Crew who arrived within three minutes, and the superb team at the Wessex Neurological Unit. These professionals literally saved her life. My wife’s doctors have advised me that it is vital that I spend time supporting and helping her recover.
An accident on the Hampshire/Surrey border has caused long queues on the M3 southbound.
The road was closed for a short time between junction 4, for Guildford, and junction 4A, for Farnborough.
Up to three-hour delays have been reported from junction 2, for the M25, to junction 4.
A man has been accused of entering a house in Weymouth and sexually assaulting a young girl.
Police were called at 06:41 on Tuesday to reports of an intruder at an address in Melcombe Regis.
A 25-year-old man, of no fixed address, is charged with sexual assault on a girl under the age of 13 and trespassing on premises with intent to commit a sexual act.
Today will be bright with patchy cloud and sunny spells, but it will feel cool in a northerly breeze.
The odd shower is possible, especially this afternoon.
Most places will remain dry tonight.
It will be chilly with some rural frost and fog possible.
Highs of about 14C (57F).
For a full 10-day forecast, BBC Weather visit the site.
Southampton's players train today at the famous San Siro stadium, ahead of tomorrow's Europa league tie with Inter Milan.