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Summary

  1. Updates from Friday 23 February

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Matt Davis

    BBC Sport

    Bournemouth's Dan Gosling celebrates with Lewis Cook

    Matt Davis

    BBC Sport

    Dan Gosling hits an 89th-minute equaliser as Bournemouth come back from 2-0 down to draw with Newcastle after Dwight Gayle scores twice.

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  2. Greg O'Keeffe

    BBC Sport

    Mario Lemina of Southampton and Jeff Hendrick of Burnley battle for the ball

    Greg O'Keeffe

    BBC Sport

    Substitute Manolo Gabbiadini grabs a late equaliser as Southampton climb out of the bottom three with a draw at Burnley.

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  4. New acts announced for Reading and Leeds

    Kate Nash
    Image caption: Singer Kate Nash is among the acts announced

    American rapper Travis Scott, singer Kate Nash and rock bands Slaves, The Vaccines, The Kooks and The Horrors have been added to the Reading and Leeds festivals line-up.

    The newly-announced acts join confirmed headliners Kendrick Lamar, Fall Out Boy, Kings Of Leon and Panic! At The Disco at the music event, which takes place over the August bank holiday weekend.

  5. Man arrested after Weymouth street robbery

    A man has been arrested in connection with an alleged street robbery in Weymouth.At about 22:05 on 11 December police received a report that a 50-year-old local man was followed by a group of men as he walked along King Street and into Ranelagh Road.Two of the group reportedly assaulted the victim and stole his bag containing cash. The victim sustained bruising and cuts to his face and body.A 24-year-old man, of no fixed address, has now been arrested on suspicion of robbery and has been released under investigation.

  6. Missing 74-year-old Sandhurst woman found

    Martha O'Grady
    Image caption: Police are concerned for Martha O'Grady's welfare

    A woman with Alzheimer's disease who went missing from her home in Sandhurst has been found.

    Martha O'Grady, 74, had not been seen since about 07:30 GMT, but police said she has now been found safe and well.

  7. Man jailed for six years over fatal road crash

    Stephen Horwood

    A man has been jailed for six years following a crash that killed a man in his 70s and seriously injured his wife.

    Mike and Susan Smith were driving home when the crash happened on the A415 in Oxfordshire at about 10:20 BST on 7 September.

    Stephen Horwood, 37, of Green Hill, Oxford, collided with the couple's Peugeot car near Ducklington.

    Horwood admitted causing death and serious injury by dangerous driving.

    A judge at Oxford Crown Court jailed him for six years and gave him a six-year driving ban with an extended test requirement.

    Mr Smith was driving the car and his wife, who is in her 60s, was in the passenger seat. A Mercedes Vito was also involved in the accident.

  8. Edwardian house hospice site to be sold

    Sue Ryder Hospice
    Image caption: People have been cared for at Joyce Grove for more than 35 years

    The Sue Ryder charity says it plans to sell an Edwardian building that houses its hospice near Henley-on-Thames.

    The charity wants to leave Joyce Grove, in Nettlebed, after more than 35 years and open a new community hub as its base in south Oxfordshire.

    It also plans to introduce an all-hours "hospice at home" service and a telephone advice line in the county.

    Director of hospices Holly Spiers said the current Grade II-listed building was "not fit for purpose".

  9. Blackwater shooting: Police make two further arrests

    Block of garages where shooting happened in Blackwater
    Image caption: The shooting took place at a block of garages

    Two more people have been arrested in connection with a shooting in Hampshire which left a teenager seriously injured.

    The 17-year-old remains in hospital after he was shot at a garage block in Hearsey Gardens, Blackwater, at about 15:00 GMT on 10 February.

    A 49-year-old woman and a 39-year-old man from Blackwater have been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.

    Previously four people were released from custody pending further inquiries.

  10. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M40 Oxfordshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M40 Oxfordshire northbound severe accident, between J9 for A34 and J10 for A43 Brackley.

    M40 Oxfordshire - One lane closed and queuing traffic on M40 northbound between J9, A34 (Bicester) and J10, A43 (Brackley), because of an accident.

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

  11. Nordic walk cancelled due to cold weather

    It seems some temperatures are too low even for nordic walkers...

    An outing planned for Dinton Pastures on Monday has been called off because of low temperatures.

    At least Wokingham Borough Council was able to see the amusing side.

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  12. New consultation on West Oxfordshire housing plan

    Brick laying
    Image caption: The draft plan includes a target to build 15,950 homes

    A draft plan which includes a target to build nearly 16,000 homes in West Oxfordshire before 2031 is going out to consultation again.

    The West Oxfordshire Local Plan sets out the vision for development in the area over the next thirteen years.

    West Oxfordshire District Council has been told it is capable of being found legally "sound" subject to modifications.

    Consultation on these changes will take place until 9 April.

  13. Council tax rise in Wokingham

    A 5.49% rise in council tax has been agreed by Wokingham Borough Council.

    The increase equates to £1.43 a week for a Band D property, the authority said on Twitter.

    It will be allocating 2.5% of the increase specifically to adult social care, it added.

  14. Artistic Neanderthals 'were not brutish and uncultured'

    Neanderthals made cave drawings in Spain that pre-date the arrival of modern humans in Europe by 20,000 years, a study has suggested.

    Researchers from the University of Southampton used a technique called uranium-thorium dating to obtain accurate ages.

    Art was previously thought to be a behaviour unique to our species (Homo sapiens) and far beyond our evolutionary cousins.

    Cave art
    Image caption: In Maltravieso Cave, western Spain, Neanderthals stencilled their hands by blowing red paint over them
    Quote Message: Soon after the discovery of the first of their fossils in the 19th century, Neanderthals were portrayed as brutish and uncultured, incapable of art and symbolic behaviour, and some of these views persist today. Our findings will make a significant contribution to that debate. from Prof Alistair Pike University of Southampton
    Prof Alistair PikeUniversity of Southampton
  15. 'Didcot 4' remembered two years on

    Didcot Power Station wreckage

    Today marks two years since the boiler house at Didcot A Power Station collapsed, killing four men.

    Workers Ken Cresswell, 57, John Shaw, 61, both from Rotherham, Michael Collings, 53, from Teesside, and Christopher Huxtable, 34, from Swansea, died in the collapse.

    Sadie Cresswell, daughter of Mr Cresswell, wrote on Facebook that "nobody should go to work and not come home ever".

    Didcot mayor Jackie Billington said the flag at the council's offices was at half mast to remember the victims.

    Thames Valley Police says it is not known when its investigation into the incident will be complete.

    Manslaughter charges are being considered, but the demolition company Coleman and Company, which employed the men, said there were "no grounds" for that.

    Keith Cundall, the lawyer who represents three of the families, said: "The families want answers as to why this tragedy occurred, however they also know that an investigation of this sort will take time."