A lorry driver appears in court charged with causing the deaths of a mother and three children killed in an eight-vehicle crash.Read more
- Andover man appears in court over A34 crash in which four people were killed
- Chinese porcelain collection to be divided
- Bible reading marathon at Winchester Cathedral continues
- Capsized sailor saved by off-duty lifeguard off Dorset coast
- Music fans continue to arrive at Bestival after delays getting on to the site yesterday
- Updates on Friday 9 September
The BBC Local Live service for Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight will resume on Monday at 08:00.
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The Hampshire band Ward Thomas have made chart history by becoming the first UK country act to score a number one album.
22-year-old twin sisters Catherine and Lizzy Ward Thomas from Petersfield have gone straight in at the top with their second studio album Cartwheels.
We literally don't know how to find the words. This is completely crazy. We were just hoping for Top 40 and then here we are now!
Broken Trust, BBC South's investigation into the troubled South Health NHS Trust, is available on the BBC iPlayer.
As the chief executive leaves her post, David Fenton looks at whether the trust that failed to investigate hundreds of deaths has done enough to silence its critics.
A350 Dorset both ways severe roadworks, between The Quay and B3068 Blandford Road.
A British-Iranian mother has been jailed for five years in Iran on "secret charges", her husband says.
Richard Ratcliffe, originally from Fleet, Hampshire, said charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was arrested in April, had called him from prison and said: "I can't bear to be in this place any longer."
She also said she missed her two-year-old daughter Gabriella "all the time".
Gabriella's passport was taken after her mother's arrest. The child is staying with her grandparents in Iran.
An open air event is planned in Southampton on Monday 12 September in celebration of Eid-Ul-Adha.
Nazrul Tarafdar and Shere Sattar have been telling BBC Radio Solent's Tim Daykin about the festival.
Dorset Police have issued an e-fit image of a man suspected of indecent exposure against a 13-year-old girl in Christchurch.
The girl was walking her dog in the Priory View Road area of Burton when a man approached her in his van and asked for directions before indecently exposing himself.
Cons Jo Davis said it was a "distressing incident for the young victim".
Detectives investigating the murder of Michael Freshwater have charged two men with drug offences.
He was found dead at his flat in Westridge Road, Southampton, on 29 April.
Two Southampton men, aged 34 and 29, were charged with conspiracy to supply class A drugs. They are due to appear at Southampton Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.
Three men arrested for murder remain on bail pending further inquiries.
Latest from Surrey v Hampshire in the County Championship.
Arun Harinath follows partner Kumar Sangakkara by reaching a half-century - his arriving off 100 balls with a single from the bowling of Gareth Andrew.
Surrey still need another 62 to avoid an innings defeat but this is looking increasingly like the game will end in a draw.
If so, Surrey hopes of winning the title will officially be over as they will be 27 points behind leaders Middlesex with only one match to play - away at Durham next week.
Detectives have arrested a man in connection with a knifepoint robbery in Bournemouth.
A man entered Costcutter in Ripon Road brandishing a kitchen knife and demanding money on Wednesday evening.
A female member of staff at the counter pressed a warning buzzer and the man left the store without any money being handed over.
A 35-year-old man of no fixed address was arrested on suspicion of attempted robbery and is currently helping officers with inquiries.
Thousands of festival-goers are braving the drizzle to make the journey to Robin Hill Country Park on the Isle of Wight for this year's Bestival.
The festival, curated by former Radio 1 DJ Rob da Bank has "the future" as its theme, so look out for space-age costumes for tomorrow's fancy dress parade.
Major Lazer and Skepta are tonight's headliners on the main stage with Ride, The Cure and Sean Paul also on the line-up over the weekend.
Advance warning that there coulld be travel disruption in Poole from Monday as work starts on a major £4.7m overhaul of the 85-year-old Poole Bridge.
Poole Bridge will be closed to all road traffic, including cyclists and pedestrians, for nine months.
A diversion route will be in place for motorists via the Twin Sails Bridge.
Volunteers are about two thirds of the way through the Old Testament in their effort to read the Bible cover-to-cover to raise money for the restoration of Winchester Cathedral.
One-hundred-and-fifty people began reading aloud from the 66 books in the Bible on Wednesday, expecting to take about 75 hours. Students from The Pilgrims’ School are currently reading from the book Ezekiel.
Funds raised are going towards restoring the cathedral's presbytery roof and 16th century vault as well as developing a new education centre. It will also create new exhibition space for the illuminated 12th Century Winchester Bible.
Ironman Weymouth race director Alan Rose told BBC Radio Solent's Steve Harris that Sunday's event will be "pretty spectacular".
A man has appeared in court charged in connection with a crash in which a mother and three children died.
Tracy Houghton, 45, from Dunstable, her two sons, Ethan, 13, and Joshua, 11, and her partner's daughter Aimee Goldsmith died in the eight-vehicle crash on the A34 northbound between Chieveley and West Ilsley in Berkshire on 10 August.
Tomasz Kroker, 30, from Trajan Walk, Andover, appeared at Reading Magistrates' Court charged with four counts of causing death by dangerous driving and one of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
He was remanded in custody to appear before Reading Crown Court on 10 October.
A30 Hampshire both ways severe roadworks, between B3084 and Broughton Road.
A352 Dorset southbound severe roadworks, between A35 and Knighton Lane.
If you're stuck in the office this morning, let's take you on a trip to some of Hampshire's most beautiful countryside.
BBC South Today's Roger Finn has been to the beauty spot which inspired Richard Adams's famous book Watership Down in the company of an Italian artist for whom the story has changed his life.
A353 Dorset eastbound severe roadworks, between A353 Preston Road and A352.
The Swanage coastguard team has given more details about the operation to help an elderly man whose mobility scooter toppled over on the Downs near Swanage last night.
The man was described as being "in good spirits but also in considerable pain".
He was taken to a nearby lifeboat training room where he was treated by paramedics before a decision was made to fly him to hospital in Southampton.
Avon Heath County Park has been awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award for being one of the most beautiful open spaces in the UK.
The county council-owned site is Dorset's largest country park and home to important heathland and rare wildlife.
The Green Heritage accreditation is given for high standards in the management and interpretation of sites.
The Princess Royal has cancelled her public engagements next week - including one in Portsmouth - because she is "feeling unwell", Buckingham Palace has said.
Princess Anne, 66, is understood to have had some tests at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary on Wednesday.
Buckingham Palace said the Queen's daughter had been suffering from a bad chest infection and had cancelled her engagements on the advice of doctors.
She had been due to visit the Boathouse 4 exhibition at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard on Thursday,
More than 2,700 competitors are set to descend on West Dorset for the Ironman Weymouth triathlon event on Sunday.
It starts with a swim in Weymouth Bay followed by a run though the resort and the small matter of a 112-mile cycle ride through the west Dorset countryside.
There are a series of road closures planned throughout the day.
Thanks to Ange Potter for this spectacular sunrise over Portsmouth.
Calls to Isle of Wight's fire service, currently dealt with in Surrey, are to be handed over to a control room in Hampshire.
Isle of Wight councillors have agreed to switch control rooms when the island's contract with Surrey Fire and Rescue ends in 2017.
Under the latest plans, 999 calls would be answered in Winchester from 1 April.
Police have been left "scratching their heads" over the theft of a life-saving defibrillator from a hospital.
The device, which cost more than £1,000, was taken from Wareham Community Hospital in Dorset.
A defibrillator is used to treat life-threatening conditions that affect the rhythm of the heart.
Dorset police said the device could not be used "at will" and would be "useless on a night out or for effectively dealing with a snoring partner".
Surrey trail Hampshire by 230 runs with 10 wickets remaining ahead of day three of their County Championship Division One match.
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