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Summary

  1. Man who died from chest wounds in Southampton is named
  2. Red Funnel ferry operator put up for sale
  3. A dummy mine dredged up off Portsmouth causes disruption
  4. Bournemouth surfers call for jetski ban
  5. Updates from Monday 13 March

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Latest news headlines: Woman charged with murder of Aldershot man

Severe accident: M27 Hampshire westbound

BBC News Travel

M27 Hampshire westbound severe accident, at J7 for A334.

M27 Hampshire - M27 lane blocked on exit slip road westbound at J7, A334 (Hedge End), because of a multi-vehicle accident. Traffic is coping well.

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

Sport headlines: Bournemouth's Fraser receives first call-up to Scotland senior squad

BBC Sport

  • Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser has received his first call-up to the Scotland senior squad - the 23-year-old has scored three goals in 19 appearances for the Cherries this season
  • Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter and Southampton striker Shane Long have both been included in the Republic of Ireland's provisional 39-man squad for games against Wales and Iceland
  • Bournemouth forward Joshua King is  enjoying "playing under pressure" after his  Premier League hat-trick against West Ham  sealed a vital win
  • Portsmouth manager Paul Cook believes a lower than average number of points  will seal the third automatic promotion place in League Two this season
  • In speedway, Poole Pirates have confirmed they will still host a meeting against the Coventry Bees next month despite the Bees withdrawing from the SGB Premiership due to stadium troubles 

Portsmouth boss Paul Cook feels League Two promotion race will have twists

BBC Sport

Portsmouth manager Paul Cook  believes a lower than average number of points will seal the third automatic promotion place in League Two this season .

Portsmouth during their 4-0 win at Colchester
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Pompey are third with 10 games to play, and have a four-point lead over fourth-placed Stevenage.

"When you are where we are, you hold all the cards," Cook told  BBC Radio Solent.  "But, it's a very difficult league, it's unforgiving."

Portsmouth host play-off chasing Grimsby at Fratton Park on Tuesday.

Weather outlook: Mild but murky

BBC Weather

Tonight will stay mostly dry although it will be murky with low cloud and patchy sea and hill fog in places. 

BBC Weather chart for 13 March 2017
BBC

Tomorrow will be mild and cloudy to start with brighter spells developing - mainly in the east. 

BBC Weather chart for 14 March
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For a full 10-day forcast, visit the  BBC Weather  site.

BreakingThree arrested over chest stab death

Two men and a woman have been arrested on suspicion of murdering a man who died after being stabbed in the chest.

Shkelzen Dauti, 21, died in hospital after he was found in the road in Gilpin Close, Southampton, in the early hours of Saturday.

Shkelzen Dauti
Hampshire Constabulary

Police said a 30-year-old woman, a 27-year-old man and a man aged 28 were arrested on Monday.

The force said Mr Dauti, better known as Genny, was originally from Albania.  

Severe disruption: M3 Hampshire southbound

BBC News Travel

M3 Hampshire southbound severe disruption, at J10 for A31.

M3 Hampshire - Broken down vehicle on M3 southbound at J10, A31 (Winchester). On the hard shoulder. Traffic is coping well.

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

Severe disruption: M3 Hampshire northbound

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M3 Hampshire northbound severe disruption, between J9 for A34 and J8 for A30.

M3 Hampshire - One lane closed on M3 northbound between J9, A34 (Winnal Roundabout) and J8, A30 (Andover), because of emergency repairs. Traffic is coping well.

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

Poole to honour embattled rivals' fixture

Speedway's Poole Pirates have said they will honour a fixture with rivals Coventry Bees, despite the club being forced to withdraw from the SGB Premiership.

The Midlands side put their licence on hold following damage to their Brandon base - a move described by Poole as "a major blow to speedway fans".

Coventry Stadium in Brandon
Stephen McKay

Over the last 10 years or so Coventry have been one of our biggest rivals and there is no doubt that they are one of British Speedway's legendary clubs. There is no way I want to see such a big club be totally lost to our sport and, along with a number of other Premiership clubs, we will be doing our best to keep the name of this speedway giant alive.

Matt FordPoole Pirates

BreakingWoman charged with Aldershot murder

A woman has been charged with murdering a 75-year-old man who was found unconscious at an address in Aldershot on Friday.

Man Limbu, of Grove Road, was later pronounced dead at the flat in Victoria Road.

Man Limbu
Hampshire Constabulary

Sun Maya Tamang, 50, of Victoria Road, has also been charged with attempted murder, aggravated burglary and false imprisonment, in relation to a separate incident at a property in Grove Road the same day.

She is due to appear before Basingstoke magistrates tomorrow.

Application submitted for 3,200 homes

An application for outline planning permission has been submitted for 3,200 homes at Manydown, Basingstoke Borough Council has said.

Bricklaying
BBC

The land, jointly acquired by the authority and the county council, is earmarked for a new community, including two new primary schools, a secondary school and a 250-acre country park.  

Man arrested after police incident

A domestic incident in Winchester which forced police to close a road has ended.

Hampshire Constabulary said an 18-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of assault following the operation in City Road.

The road was reopened shortly after 15:00.

Tory councils warn on school funding

More than a dozen Conservative councils, including in Dorset and Hampshire,  have written to Prime Minister Theresa May to warn of their "alarm" at inadequate school funding in England .

Classroom
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They are part of a cross-party group of councils with low levels of funding. 

They had hoped to benefit from changes to the funding formula but now say the funding gap will remain unresolved. 

The Department for Education (DfE), which is carrying out a consultation on the changes, says schools are already receiving record levels of funding.  

'Show-off businessman caused death of friend while driving high-powered boat'

A businessman caused the death of his friend by "showing off" while driving a high-powered boat and crashing into his luxury cruiser, a court has heard.

Ryan McKinlay
Hampshire Constabulary

Ryan McKinlay (pictured), 36, from Gosport, died following the crash off the Isle of Wight on 19 June 2015. 

Aaron Brown, 34, chief operating officer of telecoms firm OneCom in Curdridge, is charged with manslaughter by gross negligence, which he denies. 

The prosecution said it happened during a day out with professional footballers Lee Bradbury and Lee Molyneux.

Police incident closes road

City Road in Winchester is closed and traffic is being diverted while police deal with a domestic incident involving a man inside a property.

Hampshire Constabulary said it closed the road shortly after 14:00 and the incident was ongoing.

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Council leader to stand down

The leader of East Hampshire District Council has said he is to stand down.

Ferris Cowper, 67, says he intends to retire from the council at the elections in 2019 and is standing down as leader now to ensure a smooth transition to a new leadership in May.

Ferris Cowper
East Hampshire District Council

Public consultation to be held over £4m Sherborne art gallery plan

A public consultation will be held later over plans for a new £4m art gallery in Dorset.

An artist's impression of the art gallery
Paddock Project

Sir Robert Fry, chair of Sherborne Community Arts Centre Trust, said the Paddock Project would be a "major tourist attraction" for the abbey town and would include three gallery spaces, a restaurant and a coffee shop.

The main entrance to the venue, which will be funded by an anonymous benefactor, would be created through Paddock Gardens on Newland, which is currently owned by the town council.

A public consultation over the plans will be held tonight at Digby Hall, Hound Street, at 18:00.

Crash victim had 'zest for life'

The family of a man who died in a crash in Alton last week have described him as "a quirky young man and a talented barber" with a "huge zest for life".

Nicholas Davey, 28, died after the crash on the A31 on Wednesday.

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Unions warn of 'horrific deaths'

Portsmouth Trade Union Council has said it is supporting the RMT's industrial action to keep guards on trains.

Portsmouth & Southsea station
Google

The trade union movement salutes the RMT for their absolute determination not to allow the rail bosses to put the drive for profits before safety. Driver-only-operated trains means passengers [will be] put at risk and disabled people discriminated against. The bosses at Southern Rail should consider the real risk of horrific deaths of passengers getting caught in doors or are dragged under trains.

Jon Woods President, Portsmouth Trades Union Council

Arrested inmate bailed after Guys Marsh prison fire

An inmate arrested after a fire on the roof of HMP Guys Marsh on Friday has been bailed.

The prisoner allegedly clambered on to the pitched roof of one of the house blocks and started the blaze at about 20:00 GMT.

The blaze forced the evacuation of 64 prisoners.

The 29-year-old was arrested on suspicion of arson with intent to endanger life.

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Unions 'hell bent on strike misery'

Rail operator Southern has said the RMT is "hell-bent on further strike misery" after staff walked out in a 24-hour strike .

Its parent company Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) says the union has chosen to put its members "through even more pointless industrial action".

Southern train
PA

Cherries winger Fraser gets Scotland call-up

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BBC Sport

Ryan Fraser
AFP

Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser has been rewarded for his eye-catching Premier League performances this season with a first call-up to the senior Scotland squad.

Fraser, 23, is included in the 30-man group to face Canada in a friendly next Wednesday and Slovenia in a World Cup qualifier on 26 March.

Red Funnel ferry service put up for sale

Red Funnel has said it remains committed to offering value for money after its owner Infracapital announced it was putting the ferry service up for sale.

The operator carries 3.4 million passengers and 800,000 vehicles a year between Southampton and Cowes.

Red Jet
DS Pugh

Infracapital has been a supportive owner of Red Funnel for nine years, during which time there has been significant investment and improvement in the services we provide. It is normal for an infrastructure fund manager such as Infracapital to review its investments from time to time. We remain totally committed to offering safe and reliable services, value for money and great customer service now and into the future.

Kevin GeorgeCEO, Red Funnel

Oops... digger stuck in Bridport harbour

A digger had to be left in West Bay, Bridport, after it became stuck.

Attempts to free it using other machines were abandoned after the tide rose.

Digger
Jake Rowland

The digger's owner Axminster Excavators said it was awaiting a low tide to pull the digger from the water. 

The harbour entrance is being dredged to maintain an adequate depth.

'Boaty McBoatface' submarine set for first voyage

The yellow submarine dubbed "Boaty McBoatface" is set to leave for Antarctica this week on its first science expedition. 

The robot is going to map the movement of deep waters that play a critical role in regulating Earth's climate. 

The Autosub is one of three long range underwater robots developed at Southampton's National Oceanography Centre (NOC). 

"Boaty McBoatface"
PA

Six injured in Wimborne crash

Six elderly people were injured in a crash near Wimborne yesterday .

An 84-year-old woman was airlifted to hospital in Southampton after the crash on the B3082 near Badbury Rings at 10:30.

B3082
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