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Summary

  1. Updates from Tuesday 6 June

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now

    Adam Whitty

    BBC South

    Just one more day of campaigning to go...

    We'll bring you all the latest updates from the general election, plus other news, sport, travel and weather from the South from 08:00 BST tomorrow morning.

    You can still get in touch by email, on our Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire and Oxford Facebook pages or on Twitter @BBC_Hampshire, @BBCDorset, @BBCBerkshire and @BBCOxford.

    For now though, thank you for your company, and see you tomorrow.

  2. Garden village plans attract high number of bidders

    Fareham Borough Council says 51 companies have submitted a bid to build the new garden village of Welborne.

    The authority says four will now go on to the next formal stage of the procurement process.

    Welborne sign

    The village will include new homes and community spaces for leisure and recreation.

    It will be based to the north of Fareham, and was one of 14 garden villages announced by the government in January.

  3. Leather trunk damaged in SeaCity Museum fire

    A large leather trunk has been damaged in the fire at SeaCity Museum today.

    A spokesperson for Southampton City Council said the fire broke out at lunchtime in the “Southampton’s Titanic Story” exhibition.

    They said: "The building was evacuated safely and fire crews swiftly attended, ensuring the fire was extinguished rapidly.

    "Our exhibitions team have assessed the damage, and have concluded that none of the artefacts were affected. The only item that appears to have been damaged was a large leather trunk, which was not part of our maritime collection."

    The cause of the fire is still under investigation but the museum will be open again on Thursday 8 June.

  4. Bournemouth care home burglar sentenced

    A man who broke into a care home in the middle of the night has been jailed for three years.

    Ross Milburn was sentenced at Bournemouth Crown Court today after admitting burglary charges.

    Milburn broke into the home, just off Boscombe Spa Road, in the early hours of 4 February this year.

    Ross Millburn
    Image caption: Police found a passport and cards in the name of Ross Milburn near to the property

    He set off an alarm, fitted in each residents room. They found a resident asleep in the room where the alarm was coming from, but the wardrobe doors were open and the light was on.

    When caught exiting another resident's room, he was wearing medical gloves and claimed he was there planting cameras in the rooms.

    He was then removed from the property by staff, and arrested on 9 February.

    Police Constable Chris Raspini, of Bournemouth CID, said: “It was not possible to establish whether anything was actually stolen but it is clear Milburn entered the premises with the intent to steal from these vulnerable people".

  5. Five in appear in court over brawl murder

    Four men and a teenage boy have appeared in court charged with the murder of a man who died following a fight in Oxford.

    The brawl broke out at about 23:00 BST on Thursday in the Jourdain Road area of Blackbird Leys.

    Crime scene
    Image caption: The brawl broke out on Thursday in the Jourdain Road area of Blackbird Leys

    Christopher Lemonius, 27, was found at the scene with serious injuries and later died in hospital, police said.

    All five have been remanded in custody and are due to appear at Oxford Crown Court on Wednesday.

    A sixth man was earlier released without charge.

  6. Election 2017: Around the south of England

    There is a wide range of opinions, beliefs and thoughts among the four million people in the south of England.

    BBC South's Ben Moore travelled around the region in a day to speak to voters and discover what - if anything - was motivating them to go out and vote.

    Starting at 05:00 in Portsmouth, his journey took him across the patch in 20 hours, with a host of people having their say.

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    Video caption: In day spent travelling around the south of England meeting and listening to voters
  7. Election 2017: Around the south of England

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    Video caption: In day spent travelling around the south of England meeting and listening to voters

    One day spent travelling around the south of England meeting and listening to voters.

  8. Police car art

    Here's what happened when Basingstoke artist Kev Munday was given free rein over a Hampshire Constabulary police car...

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    Video caption: Artist adorns police car with Hampshire landmarks
  9. Fraudsters hunted after £57k card scam

    CCTV images have been released by police after a couple had almost £57,000 stolen in a bank card scam.

    The couple were called twice by a person claiming to be from their bank asking if they had received replacement bank cards, Thames Valley Police said.

    CCTV composite

    On the second call in April, one of the victims, from Maidenhead, revealed their pin code.

    The next day one of the fraudsters delivered two new bank cards and took the couple's original debit cards away.

  10. Video shows smoke coming from city museum

    We have been following firefighters dealing with a fire at the SeaCity Museum on Southampton all afternoon.

    Here, a video shows smoke escaping from the building.

    The museum is closed, but it is hoped that it will reopen as usual tomorrow.

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    Video caption: Video shows smoke coming from city museum
  11. Envelope update

    Severe accident: B3075 Dorset southbound

    BBC News Travel

    B3075 Dorset southbound severe accident, between Morden Road and A35.

    B3075 Dorset - B3075 Morden Road in Sandford closed and slow traffic southbound between the Morden Road junction and the A35 junction, because of an accident. Diversion in operation.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  12. Sea City Museum remains closed after fire

    Tony Deacon, group manager of Hampshire Fire and Rescue has described a "smoke-logged building" when crews arrived at a fire in Southampton's Sea City Museum earlier.

    "Three applicances attended and the incident commander commited a team very early to fight the fire following confirmation from staff that the building was fully evacuated. There was fire found in a display area which was extinguished very quickly.

    The museum remains closed for the rest of the day, but is hoped to open as usual on Wednesday.

    Tony Deacon
  13. Political Primaries: West Bournemouth - Heathlands Primary Academy

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    Video caption: We've been to primary schools to see what they make of the big issues ahead of June 8th.
  14. Cowes Floating Bridge: Video shows vehicles successfully embarking

    Isle of Wight council has released video footage to reassure people that vehicles can successfully embark and disembark from the troubled Floating Bridge in Cowes

    The chain ferry service was suspended in May after cars scraped their bumpers while disembarking and stranded passengers waded through water when it broke down on its first weekend in operation.

    It is due to resume operating on Wednesday after several weeks of crew training ordered by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency.

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  15. Sandbanks hotels plan will have 'devastating impact'

    Campaigners say plans to redevelop three hotels on Dorset's Sandbanks peninsula will have a "devastating impact" on the area.

    FJB Hotels wants to replace two of the hotels with new ones, and replace the third at the entrance to Poole Harbour with four blocks of flats.

    Haven Hotel

    The Protect Sandbanks Group, set up to oppose the plans, called the flats a "10-storey, faceless" development.

    FJB says the flats are needed to fund the cost of the hotels.