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- Ringwood shopping centre fire 'was arson'
- Zoo's baby pygmy hippo named Norbert after public vote
- Chinook helicopter in island training exercise
- Thousands spent on empty council buildings in Dorset
- Updates from Monday 28 November
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- A fire that gutted a charity shop and damaged five other stores is being treated as arson, the fire service has said
- The government is being urged to give extra help to the Isle of Wight - the island's MP Andrew Turner told the Commons his constituency was losing out because of its geographical position
- A man has been jailed for seven years after robbing a Bournemouth bookmakers whilst wielding an axe
- A memorial garden for families who have lost a baby has been unveiled in Southampton
- Portsmouth pair Michael Doyle and Christian Burgess have apologised following a dressign room altercation during last Saturday's defeat at home to Stevenage
- Southampton manager Claude Puel says Dusan Tadic could be out for a further two weeks - the Serbian midfielder has broken his nose in two places
- Eastleigh will look to get back to winning ways in the National League this evening, when they travel to Maidstone United
- Also tonight, Dorset rivals Weymouth and Poole Town go head-to-head in their FA Trophy third qualifying round replay
- Dorchester host bottom side Cinderford in the Southern League Premier Division
- In Division One South and West, Winchester City travel to Salisbury, while AFC Totton host Swindon Supermarine
- And in Division One Central, Petersfield Town are at second-placed Farnborough
The pair were both substituted during the interval of Pompey's 2-1 defeat by Stevenage at Fratton Park.
Both players have agreed to make donations to the club's academy and community scheme by way of an apology.
In a statement, Portsmouth said they now consider the matter closed following an internal investigation.
There'll be more clear skies tonight, which will allow temperature to fall, leading to another very cold night with a widespread harsh frost.
Winds will remain light allowing some isolated freezing fog patches to form.
For many it will be another cold but sunny day on Wednesday.
For a full 10-day forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.
The football child sex abuse scandal is one of the biggest crises in the history of the Football Association, chairman Greg Clarke has said.
More than 20 ex-footballers have made allegations of child sex abuse, with seven separate police investigations and an FA review started in response.
Clarke said he was "angry" that "1990s society was sleep walking and we were part of that problem".
An NSPCC football abuse hotline has received more than 250 calls.
Seven police forces - Cheshire, Hampshire, Northumbria, the Metropolitan Police, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire and Cambridgeshire - are now investigating allegations of historical sexual abuse.
A RAF Chinook helicopter has been on the Isle of Wight today as part of a multi-agency exercise organised by the council's Emergency Management Team.
It visited a number of helicopter landing sites to provide training to local agencies and volunteers grounds on helicopter landing site procedures.
Police investigating a serious sexual assault on a 21-year-old woman have released an e-fit image of a man they want to speak to.
The victim was approached by three men close to an alleyway in Chauntsingers Road, Alton, between 23:00 on 16 November and 01:00 the following morning, before being attacked by one of them.
The offender is described as white, aged between 45 and 50, 5ft 8in (1.72m), with a large build, spiky, grubby, dark hair, very dirty hands and rotten-looking teeth.
Specialist officers are supporting the victim and house to house enquiries have been carried out, Hampshire Constabulary said.
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Malcolm Lall, 51, failed to return to Ford Prison on Monday 21 November, after being allowed to leave temporarily the previous Friday.
He is serving eight-and-a-half years for grievous bodily harm and robbery offences in Brighton after being convicted in December 2013.
He has links to Brighton and surrounding areas, but also has connections in Kent, London, Surrey and Hampshire.
Gary Lineker catches up with Everton manager Ronald Koeman to find out how life is at Goodison Park.
Plans for rough sleepers during extreme weather have been triggered in Bournemouth and Poole, the councils have said.
Central government requires all local authorities to have a Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) for people known to be sleeping rough, the borough councils added.
SWEP, which has been running in Bournemouth and Poole for several years, was triggered in both areas last night because the temperature was predicted to be below zero for the next few nights.
Rough sleepers are being urged to go to St Stephen’s Church Hall, St Stephen’s Road, if they are in Bournemouth, or the Salvation Army on Poole High Street, between 20:30 and 21:00.
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- A fire that gutted a charity shop and damaged five other stores in Ringwood is being treated as arson
- A man who robbed a Bournemouth bookmakers with an axe has been jailed for seven years
- An RAF Chinook helicopter is on the Isle of Wight today, as part of a multi-agency exercise organised by the Isle of Wight Council Emergency Management Team
- And a new pygmy hippo calf at Marwell Zoo has been named Norbert following a public vote
A man who robbed a Bournemouth bookmakers whilst wielding an axe has been jailed for seven years.
Gavin Horwood, 28, of no fixed address, and an accomplice who has not been identified, entered Coral bookmakers on Columbia Road last December.
Horwood, who was found guilty of robbery at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday, threatened staff with an axe and left with £600.
Two members of staff were forced to flee to the rear of the store.
A baby pygmy hippo at a zoo in Hampshire has been named Norbert following a public vote.
Marwell Zoo said Norbert won 40% of the vote, with Derek finishing second on 24%.
Walter and George made up the rest of the poll.
The 27-day-old hippo is healthy and "enjoying exploring his new surroundings", the zoo said.
A reception is being held later for Hampshire's Olympians and Paralympians in recognition of their success in Rio earlier this year.
Nine athletes from the county won a total of 12 medals - including Olympic hockey gold medalist Alex Danson (pictured left).
Hampshire County Council said it had supported five of the athletes through the Hampshire Talented Athlete Scheme, which provided grants, free training and travel as well as physiotherapy and sport science support.
The reception will take place at Winchester's County Hall.
Thousands of pounds being spent on the upkeep of an empty building in East Dorset is "not poor planning", a council chief executive has said.
East Dorset's HQ at Furzehill, near Wimborne, is costing the local taxpayer £9,000 a month to maintain, while Weymouth and Portland Borough Council's former North Quay building costs £2,000 a month.
Chief executive of Christchurch and East Dorset David McIntosh said of Furzehill: "It's not poor planning. This is a complex project, it affects hundreds of staff, a lot of councillors and the sale of quite a complex site."
Work on warships should be shared among companies across the UK, a review of Royal Navy shipbuilding will recommend.
Sir John Parker, who carried out the review, says it would cut construction time and spread prosperity.
He wants to see a new fleet of Type 31 naval frigates built in a "competitive way" by distributing the building work across the UK.
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said the approach had been a success in building new aircraft carriers, which will be based in Portsmouth.