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  1. Nurse urges women in Dorset to attend mammogram screenings
  2. Police investigate rape in Oxford
  3. Southampton footballer helps Grenfell survivors
  4. New figures highlight 'bed blocking' problem in Berkshire
  5. Updates from Monday 19 June

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    The service will resume on Tuesday at 08:00.

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  2. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A35 Hampshire westbound

    BBC News Travel

    A35 Hampshire westbound severe accident, at M271.

    A35 Hampshire - A35 Redbridge Causeway in Southampton exit slip road closed westbound at Redbridge Flyover, because of an accident involving single vehicle.

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

  3. Watch: Deer stuck in swimming pool rescued by fire fighters

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    Video caption: The animal was rescued by fire fighters from a private pool in Twyford, Berkshire

    A deer has been rescued by fire fighters after becoming stuck in a private swimming pool in Berkshire.

    Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service was called to London Road in Twyford after the home owner failed to coax the animal out on Sunday evening.

    The unit at Caversham Road Fire Station said it acted out of concern for the safety of the people involved.

  4. Oxford Imam: 'At the moment, I fear for my life'

    Sheikh Ramzy, from the Oxford Islamic Information Centre, spoke to BBC Oxford after the terror attack on Muslim worshippers in London.

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    Video caption: Reaction to Finsbury attack
  5. 'Robocrop' to cut Dorset crime

    BBC Radio 1 DJ Greg James has chosen to name the new Dorset Police tractor “Robocrop”.

    He said listeners had made “thousands and thousands” of suggestions after he launched a competition together with the force last week.

    Dorset Police said the vehicle, complete with a siren, has a top speed of 23mph (37km/h) and is "not built for response policing".

    police tractor
  6. Oxford lends violin to young Syrian

    Aboud Kaplon

    A 19th Century violin has been taken out of a collection of historic instruments held by Oxford University and sent to a young Syrian musician living as a refugee.

    14-year-old Aboud Kaplon was forced out of his home in Aleppo and is now living in Lebanon.

    Film-maker Susie Attwood came across Aboud and saw his passion for music, but also his lack of an instrument.

    Oxford University has now lent the teenager the restored violin.

    Quote Message: I'm so happy, so excited...Playing the violin helps me express my feelings. I want to go on...and play on a big stage. from Aboud Kaplo Syrian refugee
    Aboud KaploSyrian refugee
  7. WATCH: Dolphin halts Cowes chain ferry

    A playful dolphin caused the Cowes Floating Bridge to be suspended for a period this afternoon.

    An onlooker filmed ferry staff pulling at chains, apparently to move the creature away.

    View more on twitter
  8. Driver jailed over crash which left friend paralysed

    A car driver who seriously injured two of his passengers in a crash, leaving one unable to walk, has been jailed for two years and eight months.

    Matthew Sargant pleaded guilty at Southampton Crown Court to drink and drug-driving, possession of cannabis with intent to supply and two counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

    Matthew Sargant

    The court heard the 22-year-old, of High Street, Eastleigh, ploughed into a lamppost and tree in Templars Way, Chandlers Ford, in the early hours of 25 September.

    He was banned from driving for six years and four months.

  9. South West Trains passenger anger over 'hot trains chaos'

    Angry South West Trains passengers have complained of "utter chaos" after travelling in cramped carriages with no air conditioning when some weekend services were cancelled.

    A cramped South West Trains carriage

    The rail provider blamed "a number of incidents" on the network, including a track defect near Totton on Saturday.

    South West Trains apologised and said it had provided updates to passengers.

    However, Gerald Gibson, from Salisbury, dismissed this as "complete and utter rubbish".

    More to follow...

  10. Travel latest: 'Major disruption' on rail journeys to and from London Paddington

    BBC News Travel

    Affecting Great Western Railway, Heathrow Connect and Heathrow Express services.

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  11. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M25 Buckinghamshire anti-clockwise

    BBC News Travel

    M25 Buckinghamshire anti-clockwise severe accident, between J16 for M40 and J15 for M4 affecting J17 for A412.

    M25 Buckinghamshire - Slow traffic on M25 anticlockwise between J16 M40 and J15 M4, because of an accident earlier on. All lanes have been re-opened. Congestion to J17, A412 (Maple Cross).

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

  12. BreakingMan charged with Winchester murder

    A man has been charged with the murder of Carl Scott, whose body was found at a house in Winchester on 22 March.

    The 37-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene, in Birch Court off Thurmond Road.

    Police said David Gray, 35, of no fixed address, would appear at Winchester Crown Court tomorrow.

    Carl Scott