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- Travel chaos after M27 shut by bin lorry crash
- Roads flooded amid Storm Angus clean-up
- MPs warn of 'woefully low' number of Royal Navy warships
- Converted double-decker bus to give homeless people somewhere to sleep
- Updates from Monday 21 November
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A woman has told a court how she stabbed her partner to death at his flat in Ryde to stop him hitting her with a walking boot.
In a voice shaking with emotion, Deborah Napier recalled how she was dragged out of bed and attacked by Jolyon Wray at the property in East Hill Road on 13 June.
She told Winchester Crown Court that she couldn't clearly remember picking up a steak knife and stabbing Mr Wray, 46, in the back, while a 999 operator was listening on the phone.
Mrs Napier, 53, of Amazon Close, Basingstoke, admits manslaughter but denies murder, and the trial continues
- Southampton midfielder Pierre Hojbjerg hopes his performance against Liverpool on Saturday was enough to earn him more starts in the Premier League
- Portsmouth striker Michael Smith will get his first league start for over two months tomorrow night when Pompey make the trip to Luton Town
- Eastleigh manager Ronnie Moore says they're trying hard to bring in new players as injury cover ahead of tomorrow's trip to Aldershot
Staff at five community hospitals in Dorset have received awards for their end-of-life care.
The following hospitals, run by Dorset HealthCare, achieved accreditation in the Gold Standard Framework at a ceremony in London:
- Willows Unit at the Yeatman Hospital in Sherborne
- Castletown Ward at Portland
- Wareham’s Saxon Ward
- Stanley Purser Ward at Swanage
- Tarrant Ward at Blandford Hospital
An inspection has been carried out on a section of seawall damaged in the high winds and large waves on Saturday night.
An Environment Agency inspection on Monday found "the integrity of the sea wall has not been compromised". Purbeck District Council said it would be repaired in due course.
The storm conditions led to over-topping of part of the sea wall near the Square on Saturday, causing flooding of some businesses.
A new embankment created on a road in Dorset in a bid to alleviate flooding has been breached by flood water, a council has said.
West Stafford By-Pass, near Dorchester, is currently closed.
The current scheme is the most effective and cheapest option in the short-term to tackle the recurring problems with flooding, which have resulted in frequent road closures. It is unfortunate that the heavy rain following Storm Angus has breached the new embankment before we were able to complete the drainage improvements. We sympathise with road users who will again be inconvenienced. However, we need to close the road for people’s safety. We hope to be able to reopen the road and complete the works as quickly as possible to reduce the chance of future closures.
- A bin lorry has overturned on the M27 injuring three people on board
- South East England MEP and former UKIP leader and Diane James has quit the party, saying it is time to move on
- Work has begun to assess the damage caused to a sea wall in Dorset as fresh storms bring further flooding across the county
A school in Hampshire has been closed for a deep clean after an outbreak of a sickness bug.
St Swithun Wells Catholic Primary School in Chandlers Ford closed today and will be shut tomorrow and Wednesday, according to the county council.
Parents are being advised there will be school work to do at home, via the school's website.
Twenty beaches in Dorset have received a "excellent" ratings for their bathing water quality.
Weymouth Central, Seatown (pictured), West Bay West and Ringstead Bay are among twenty beaches to achieve the acolade from the Environment Agency.
The classifications are calculated annually, based on samples from the previous four years.
To view the full list, visit the Dorset councils website.
Former UKIP leader Diane James has resigned from the party, saying it is "time to move on".
The MEP for South East England said her relationship with UKIP had become "increasingly difficult".
Ms James stood down as leader last month after just 18 days in charge, having been elected to replace Nigel Farage.
Mr Farage is now back in charge as interim leader with UKIP currently engaged in another leadership contest.
A30 Dorset both ways severe disruption, between B3092 Scotchey Hill and New Lane.
A30 Dorset - A30 in East Stour closed in both directions between the B3092 Scotchey Hill junction and the New Lane junction, because of flooding.
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Marina captured the flooding on West Stafford By-pass near Dorchester, which is currently closed.
Flood prevention work began on a stretch of the road last month, according to the county council.
Major changes to hospitals and community care services in Dorset are due to be unveiled next week.
The Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) plans aim to tackle a funding gap of £158m a year by 2020 and meet the needs of an ageing population.
Proposals to replace community hospitals with hubs and to make Bournemouth the county's main A&E hospital have already been tabled.
The plans will be available to the public at the start of a consultation on 1 December.
We would like to reassure people that their views will be listened to and nothing will be decided until we have gathered the opinions of local people and final proposals have been agreed by the CCG governing body.
The Duchess of Cornwall will visit Hampshire on Thursday.
She will meet family members of soldiers who have recently been deployed to Iraq at New Normandy Barracks in Aldershot, as well as open the newly refurbished Piam Brown Children's Cancer Ward at Southampton Children's Hospital.
Work on the £1.7m scheme at the ward began in April.
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Developers have lodged an appeal after plans to turn a former prison into 189 homes was refused.
City and Country wants to convert Dorchester Prison, which closed in 2013, but said it was not viable to include any affordable housing.
More than 200 people objected against the proposals and raised the issue of a lack of affordable homes on the site.
West Dorset District Council, which refused the plans in August, said a date for the appeal hearing had not yet been set.