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Summary

  1. Updates from Friday 18 August
  2. Fareham pedestrian crash victim named
  3. Weather: breezy with sunshine and showers
  4. Man charged over Bournemouth flat disturbance

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Caroline Chapman

    BBC Sport

    Southampton

    Caroline Chapman

    BBC Sport

    Ten-man West Ham twice come from behind but Charlie Austin's injury time penalty gives Southampton their first victory under Mauricio Pellegrino.

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  2. Good evening!

    That's all for this week from BBC South Live - thanks for joining us!

    We'll be back again at 08:00 on Monday with all of the latest news, travel, sport and weather for the region.

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  3. Bar in an plane on Bournemouth beach

    A rather unusual new bar and restaurant has touched down in Bournemouth in time for the resort's annual air festival.

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    Video caption: A disused plane is being converted into a summer bar on Bournemouth beach
  4. Plans for Fishborne Wightlink terminal announced

    The entrance to Wightlink's Fishborne terminal is to be revamped in a bid to ease traffic queues.

    The ferry company is proposing to remodel the entrance to create three lanes of traffic entering the port to help marshalling traffic for each sailing.

    Chief Executive Keith Greenfield and Head of Business Operations Sean Millward unveiled the plans at a packed Fishbourne Parish Council meeting on 14 August 2017.

    Wightlink said it hoped to have the new system in place for the arrival of its new ship Victoria of Wight in summer 2018.

    Wightlink terminal
    Quote Message: We always try our best to be good neighbours but recognise that sometimes customers queuing for a ferry along Fishbourne Lane can inconvenience local residents. Now our £45million project to invest in future services and build a new ship for the route is almost completed, we want to look ahead to see how we could improve our systems further.” from Keith Greenfield Wightlink chief executive
    Keith GreenfieldWightlink chief executive
  5. Courier impersonator pleads guilty

    Oxford Crown Court

    A man has admitted to impersonating a courier to trick an elderly women out of thousands of pounds.

    Ahmed Hussain, 21, pleaded guilty to one count of fraud by false representation at Oxford Crown Court this morning.

    He pretended to be a courier and asked a women for £5,300 between 29 June and 2 July.

    Thames Valley Police said the charge related to an incident in which an anonymous caller phoned the women claiming to be 'Sergeant Collins' from Hammersmith Police Station and asked her to withdraw money.

    A defence barrister said Mr Hussain had no previous convictions and was of good character.

    His role was minimal and he had been paid £50 to knock on the door and ask for money, his defence added.

    Mr Hussain will be sentenced at Oxford Crown Court on 19 September.

  6. Missing teens 'travelling together'

    Lizzie Massey

    BBC Live reporter

    A missing teenage girl from Dymchurch is thought to be travelling around the south east with a friend.

    Olivia Worton, 16, who is also known as Charlotte, was last seen on Saturday 5 August 2017 while on her way to Maidstone.

    It has since emerged she was with her friend Chloe Henderson-Smith, 15, from Maidstone, who is also currently missing.

    They are believed to have travelled together to the Brighton or Winchester areas of Sussex and Hampshire.

    Olivia Worton, also known as Charlotte
    Image caption: Olivia Worton, also known as Charlotte

    Olivia is described as 5ft 6in, with long blonde hair dyed pink at the ends and highlighted throughout.

  7. Southampton v West Ham: MOTD Commenator's Notes

    Mark Scott

    Match of the Day commentator

    "After this week's takeover deal was completed, previous owner Katharina Liebherr wrote an open letter to Saints fans referring to Jisheng Gao's plans to follow the 'Southampton way'.

    "Unfortunately, it was business as usual on the pitch last weekend, as they drew a blank at home for the sixth league game running - but there were signs of a more adventurous style of play than the one which so frustrated supporters under Claude Puel.

    "It's likely a lot of teams will be spanked at Old Trafford this season, but the basic mistakes and manner in which West Ham wilted late on will be a concern for Slaven Bilic.

    "He'll be delighted to have Michail Antonio back for a game that will be a much better barometer for the Hammers."

    Soutampton stat
  8. Winchester great-grandmother dies after being hit by car

    A great-grandmother has died after being hit by a car in Hampshire.

    Bell In, St Cross Road

    Barbara Robinson, from Winchester, died in hospital on Thursday after being struck by a Vauxhall Corsa on St Cross Road in the city on Saturday.

    It happened between the Bell Inn pub and the junction with Mead Road.

    The driver of the Corsa, a 20-year-old man from Winchester, was uninjured. The family of the 79-year-old have paid tribute to "a friendly soul with time for everyone".

  9. Bournemouth v Watford: Eddie Howe pre-match press conference

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has been speaking at a press conference ahead of the visit of Watford tomorrow.

    "We have had some really good battles with Watford over the years. We have won some and they have won some. It is very competitive.

    "We need to get our momentum going and get our tempo going and if we can do that then hopefully we can get a result.

    "They have always had really good strikers and really good forward play so it will be a good game for us."

    Eddie Howe
  10. Tips for a special parkrun weekend

    It's a special weekend in parks around the country.

    Tomorrow, those who take part in their local parkrun might find themselves jogging alongside some of the country's sporting stars.

    It's all part of campaign for National Lottery funded athletes to give back and say thank you.

    And, if you've never heard of of done a parkrun, it's really easy to get involved. Here's Team GB rowing legend Katherine Grainger to give you the low down in five simple steps....

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    Video caption: Katherine Grainger's 5 steps to Parkrun
  11. Northern, Southern and Merseyrail strikes set for September

    Further rail strikes have been set for next month to coincide with schools going back in the row over driver-only-operated trains.

    Southern train

    Arriva Rail North, Merseyrail and Southern RMT staff will walk out from Friday 1 September with the last strike on Monday 4 September.

    The RMT said no progress had been made over the future of the role of guards, due to safety and job loss fears.

    Arriva Rail North said it is prepared to guarantee jobs.

  12. Jon Egging Red Arrows memorial moved to new location

    A memorial to a Red Arrows pilot who died following a display at the Bournemouth Air Festival has been unveiled in its new location.

    The sculpture in memory of Flt Lt Jon Egging was moved after its previous location at East Cliff was cordoned off following a landslip in April 2016.

    Engineers lifted it to the top of the nearby East Cliff Zig-Zag path.

    Flt Lt Egging's widow and mother tied red ribbons to the sculpture at a ceremony to mark the relocation.

    Jon Egging memorial
  13. Man hunted after neck slash attack on Bournemouth man

    Police are hunting a man after a man had his neck slashed during an unprovoked attack in Bournemouth town centre.

    CCTV image of suspect

    The serious assault happened in Old Christchurch Road at about 06:30 BST, Dorset Police said.

    The victim - an 18-year-old Bournemouth man - was approached from behind by an unknown man and his neck was "slashed with a sharp bladed item". His injuries are described as serious but not life-threatening.

    Police have released CCTV images of the suspect and have warned members of the public not to approach him.

  14. Warnings after cliff climber spotted at Durdle Door

    The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has issued a picture of a cliff climber who sparked a rescue alert when he was seen at Durdle Door.

    Kimmeridge Coastguard said its team members arrived on the scene and were "relieved" to see the climber had made it to the stop safety.

    The agency repeated warnings not attempt to climb up or down cliffs unless you are properly equipped and trained to do so.

    Cliff climber
  15. Tips for a special parkrun weekend

    #teamparkrun

    It's a special weekend in parks around the country.

    This Saturday, 19 August, those who take part in their local parkrun might find themselves jogging alongside some of the country's sporting stars.

    It's all part of campaign for National Lottery funded athletes to give back and say thank you.

    And, if you've never heard of of done a parkrun, it's really easy to get involved. Here's Team GB rowing legend Katherine Grainger to give you the low down in five simple steps....

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    Video caption: Katherine Grainger's 5 steps to Parkrun
  16. Rare birds of prey breed for first time in 45 years

    Linda Serck

    BBC South

    Marsh harrier

    Rare birds of prey have bred for the first time at Titchfield Haven National Nature Reserve.

    A pair of marsh harriers has raised two chicks in reed beds at the reserve for the first time since the haven was established in 1972, and only the second time marsh harriers have bred in Hampshire since 1957.

    The adult marsh harriers have gradually been spending more time at the reserve near Fareham and last year practised their nest building skills.

    In early April, they were seen performing sky-dancing manoeuvres as they courted, before beginning to collect and carry sticks for their nest.

    Finally on an early, misty morning in late June, two newly fledged young were seen leaving the nest and taking to the skies over the haven’s reed-beds.

  17. New home for Bournemouth Red Arrows pilot memorial

    The widow of the Red Arrows pilot who died following a display at the Bournemouth Air Festival has tied red ribbons to his memorial at a ceremony to mark its relocatoin.

    The sculpture in memory of Flt Lt Jon Egging was moved to the top of the Zig-Zag path in the resort, after its previous location at East Cliff was cordoned off following a landslip in April 2016.

    His widow Dr Emma Egging said the new location would allow passers-by to "view and enjoy" the memorial.

    Dr Emma Egging
    Quote Message: People will have a chance to pause for a moment, have a chance to look at the memorial, understand what it is about and then go on and enjoy everything else Bournemouth has to offer" from Dr Emma Egging
    Dr Emma Egging
  18. BreakingMore strike action on Southern rail

    Workers on Southern Railway, Merseyrail and Arriva Rail North are to strike over the first weekend in September in long-running disputes over staffing and driver-only trains, said the RMT union.

  19. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: A32 Hampshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A32 Hampshire both ways severe disruption, between A272 and High Street.

    A32 Hampshire - A32 in West Meon closed and queuing traffic in both directions between the A272 junction and the High Street junction, because of a fallen tree.

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