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Rail fares are set to rise next year, meaning more of us are joining the so-called £5k commuter club - workers who pay that sum getting to and from work each year.
Season tickets to London are already above £5,000 from places such as Milton Keynes (£5,028 to London) and Portsmouth and Southsea in Hampshire (£5,048).
When fares increase in January 2018, London commuters in Oxford, Colchester in Essex and Hastings in East Sussex are also set to join the club.
A man has denied murdering a 22-year-old who was stabbed to death.
Alex Woods (pictured) was found with stab wounds on Scott Road in Eastleigh on 6 July.
Andi Leigh Edwards, 36, of Scott Road, Eastleigh, pleaded not guilty to murder at Winchester Crown Court earlier.
His trail has been set for 4 December at the same court. A 51-year-old woman, also arrested on suspicion of murder, has been released from custody while inquiries continue.
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Police are investigating after a 28-year-old woman and a 28-year-old man were hit by a van in Emsworth on Sunday.
At about 17:00 BST a man driving a white Vauxhall Vivaro panel van was involved in an argument with the woman on New Brighton Road, police said.
She was subsequently struck by the vehicle, causing a minor injury.
As the van drove away it also hit a 28-year-old pedestrian close to the junction with Victoria Road.
He was left with cuts, bruises, and a fractured finger, and attended hospital.
A 24-year-old man from Emsworth was arrested on suspicion of two offences of attempted murder, but has now been released under investigation.
A 34-year-old man was found lying on the pavement on Hill Lane, Southampton, with facial injuries on Sunday morning.
He was discovered unconscious at 05:50 and remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition. No arrests have been made.
Officers want to hear from anyone who lives on Hill Lane, near the junction of Alexandra Road, opposite Rollesbrook Gardens, who heard any disturbance between 05:00 and 06:00.
HMS Queen Elizabeth, the Royal Navy's new £3.1bn aircraft carrier has arrived off the coast of the isle of Wight ahead of it sailing into its home port of Portsmouth in the morning.
The Royal Berkshire Hospital is changing the way it handles A& E patients in a bid to improve efficiency.
People arriving at the Reading unit, which deals with 100,000 patients a year, will now be assessed by doctors as soon as they arrive.
Reading East MP Matt Rodda told BBC Radio Berkshire the GP streaming initiative was a good start to help staff cope.
However, Richard Vautrey, chair of the British Medical Association's General Practitioners Committee, said the scheme may attract more people into already overstretched A&E departments.
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