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Summary

  1. Updates from Friday 2 February
  2. Anti-terror bollards to be built at Eton
  3. Minute's silence for Basingstoke Town's Harry Rice
  4. Funeral of Bournemouth YPG fighter Jac Holmes
  5. Weather: Cold and dry with sunny spells

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  1. Good evening

    That's all for BBC South Live today.

    We'll be bringing you the latest news, sport, travel and weather updates again from 08:00 GMT on Monday.

  2. Funeral for Briton killed fighting IS

    Jac Holmes' funeral service at a community centre in Wimborne

    Anti-IS fighters from around the world gathered in Dorset for the funeral of a 24-year-old Briton killed in Syria.

    Former IT consultant Jac Holmes first left his Bournemouth home to join Kurdish forces in 2015. He died in Raqqa in October.

    The ceremony in Wimborne was also attended by hundreds of Kurdish people who had travelled in minibuses from across the UK to pay their respects.

    His mother, Angie Blannin, has previously described her son as a hero.

  3. Tourist businesses strike gold at SW awards

    Dorset's attractions have had success at the annual South West Tourism Excellence Awards.

    Among the gold award winners were All Hallows Farmhouse Cookery School, Taste Café at Chesil Beach, Moors Valley Country Park and Swanage Information Centre.

    The Jurassic Coast Trust shared the Outstanding Contribution for Tourism in the South West Award.

    Durdle Door
    Quote Message: This award is fantastic recognition for the role our nature and landscapes play in helping to keep the South West a beautiful place with a thriving tourism economy. The huge value of nature is often overlooked as these landscapes are ‘free to enter’, yet they are so often the reasons why people choose to visit, live and work here, so are major drivers in the economy. from Sam Rose Chief executive, Jurassic Coast Trust
    Sam RoseChief executive, Jurassic Coast Trust
  4. Extra beds for Oxford's homeless during cold snap

    Sleeping bag on the street in Oxford

    With temperatures due to dip below zero next week, Oxford City Council has activated its severe weather plan for rough sleepers.

    It means extra bed spaces will be available from Sunday.

    The measure will remain open until Tuesday night with a review on whether to extend it for Wednesday.

  5. Quidditch is coming home

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    Video caption: Oxford preparing ahead of last year's tournament in Rugeley

    The country's finest seekers, chasers and beaters will be coming to Oxford after the city was chosen to host the British Quidditch Cup.

    It'll be the second time Oxford has welcomed the competition having hosted the inaugural event in 2013.

    Each player must hold a broom between their legs while competing in the Harry Potter-inspired sport which also draws on rugby and dodgeball.

    A total of 32 teams will play in the tournament in March.

  6. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A3025 Hampshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A3025 Hampshire both ways severe accident, between Manor Crescent and A27 Providence Hill.

    A3025 Hampshire - A3025 Hamble Lane in Bursledon closed and queuing traffic in both directions between the Manor Crescent junction and Windhover Roundabout, because of an accident involving two vehicles.

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

  7. Should Shilts meet Madonna?

    Amy Woodfield

    BBC News

    England legend Peter Shilton said he has been invited to meet Diego Maradona - and he wants the public's help with his "biggest debate to date".

    Shilts, who played for Southampton at the time of the 1986 World Cup, said it would be the first time the pair have met since Maradona's notorious "Hand of God" goal which knocked England out at the quarter-final stages.

    Meanwhile, the Leicester Mercury thought they'd help Shilton make the decision with an online poll.

  8. Southampton cruise arrivals hit two million

    Two million cruise passengers visited the port of Southampton in 2017 - a record year for the docks, operators ABP has announced.

    The port experienced its busiest long weekend ever when 15 cruise ships visited in June. It is estimated each cruise ship arrival generates £2m for the city.

    Port of Southampton
  9. 'Westgate Effect' sees footfall rise in Oxford

    Cornmarket Street, Oxford
    Image caption: Oxford City Council has been counting visitors to Cornmarket (above), Queen Street and St George's Place

    The number of people in Oxford city centre was nearly 12% higher last week compared to the same seven day period last year.

    The figures from Oxford City Council show 722,166 people came to the area in the week beginning 22 January.

    Councillor Bob Price said it was "almost certainly a Westgate Effect", although he added the impact was not confined to the area around the Westgate Oxford shopping centre which opened in October.

  10. Goalkeeper Stephen Henderson on Portsmouth return

    Goalkeeper Stephen Henderson has been talking about his decision to rejoin Portsmouth on loan until the end of the season from Nottingham Forest.

    The 29-year-old former West Ham United and Charlton man previously spent one season at Pompey, making 25 league starts in the 2011-12 season.

    He said leaving Fratton Park had been the "worst decision" of his career.

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    Video caption: Stephen Henderson returned to Fratton Park on deadline day.
  11. Weather latest: Chilly evening ahead

    After a bright and sunny day, it is set to become cloudier as the evening progresses.

    Temperatures will peak at 8C before dropping to 3C overnight.

    BBC weather
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    Video caption: Marwell Zoo's wetsuit-wearing bald penguin Ralph dies

    Ralph wore a wetsuit to protect his balding skin due to over-moulting.

  13. Roller Derby players prepare for world cup

    Somali Clarke from Southampton and Abi Smith from Fareham are preparing for the Women's Roller Derby World Cup in Manchester at the weekend.

    Women's teams from 38 countries, including Costa Rica, Russia, Iran and the Philippines will take part in the tournament - and BBC Sport will be there to stream the final day live.

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    Video caption: The Women's Roller Derby World Cup in Manchester is live on the BBC.
  14. Eddie Howe: 'Confidence returns' to Bournemouth

    BBC Sport

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has been talking about the prospect of facing Stoke in the Premier League this weekend.

    "Stoke have changed their system and mentality slightly and the signs look good for them after their opening two games under Paul Lambert.

    "They have a very good squad and they will be very difficult to beat.

    "I think the bottom of the table was very tight last year, but there seems a whole host of clubs down there this year.

    "We've been in really good form. Confidence has returned to the group. The manner of the performances against Arsenal and Chelsea was very strong.

    "Either way, if you win, lose and draw, you'll always have another game to prove yourself.

    "The real high is in the changing room after the game when you can celebrate what has been achieved in the last 90 minutes."

    Eddie Howe
  15. Work continues on Victoria of Wight

    Wightlink has released the latest picture of its new ferry - Victoria of Wight - currently being built in Turkey.

    The new hybrid diesel and electric-powered vessel is due to enter service on the Portsmouth to Fishborne route later this year.

    Victoria of Wight