The BBC Local Live service for Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight will resume on Thursday at 08:00.
A replacement for the Cowes Floating Bridge won't enter service until mid-May.
The new floating bridge had been expected to start running from next week.
Isle of Wight Council has asked Islanders to suggest a name for the new chain ferry, with a petition to call it Floaty Mcfloatface gathering more that 2,800 signatures.
The council said it will be named after the general election.
A series of Community Action Team (CAT) Meetings to discuss the proposed major housing development in Welborne start tonight.
Up to 6,000 new homes are planned on 1,000 acres (400 hectares) of land between Southampton and Portsmouth close to the M27.
Fareham Borough Council is holding the first meeting at Ferneham Hall starting at 19:00 BST.
An 81-year-old man has been charged with historical child sex abuse offences against boys at a former cathedral school in Lincoln.
The charges follow an ongoing inquiry into allegations dating back to 1958.
The man, from Dorset, faces six counts of indecent assault on a boy under the age of 14 and two counts of inciting a boy under the age of 14 to commit an act of gross indecency.
He is due to appear before Lincoln District Magistrates' Court on 8 June.
M3 Hampshire southbound severe accident, between J4A for A327 and J5 for A287.
M3 Hampshire - Slow traffic on M3 southbound between J4a, A327 (Farnborough) and J5, A287 (Hook), because of an accident involving two cars. On the hard shoulder.
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AFC Bournemouth has named Umbro as its new technical kit supplier in a "club record deal".
Cherries chief executive Neill Blake said the five-year contract would support the club's growth after two seasons in the Premier League.
The new designs will be unveiled in the summer.
Poole Town FC have been told they will not be allowed to take part in this season's play-offs.
The team were told before Easter that they would not be allowed to compete because Black Gold Stadium did not have 500 seats under cover.
The club appealed but have just learned they were unsuccessful.
Hampshire police have said they are not aware of any deaths or incidents related to a "suicide game", after a college reported it was linked to two deaths and two "near misses" in the county.
Peter Symonds College in Winchester issued an alert to parents on Tuesday about the sinister Blue Whale game, later saying the information came from a "reliable source".
Today the college said the reports were "unsubstantiated", following advice from Hampshire Safeguarding Children's Board.
The suicide prevention charity Papyrus offers advice to young people and parents on 0800 068 4141.
The Royal Navy's 1st Patrol Boat Squadron have been in the Solent this week testing their faster vessels which have just undergone a five-year revamp.
All 14 Archer-class vessels sailed in close formation at speeds of more than 20 knots after the refit added 10 knots to their top speed.
M3 Hampshire southbound severe disruption, at J9 for A34.
M3 Hampshire - M3 exit slip road partially blocked and slow traffic southbound at J9, A34 (Winnal Roundabout), because of a broken down vehicle.
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The plight of Southampton schools has been raised by The Labour MP for Southampton Test, at Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs).
Alan Whitehead, said the the city's schools were "in despair" because of cuts to funding.
He then took the opportunity to invite Theresa May to the city.
Prime Minister Theresa May said it was "perfectly possible" she'd soon be in Southampton and that work's ongoing on a new national funding formula.
Habitats of threatened species have been destroyed by herbicide sprayed on protected chalk downland in Dorset, conservationists say.
The People Need Nature group said the land at Weatherby Castle, near Milborne St Andrew, had also been cut and burnt.
Dorset Wildlife Trust said the area is home to plants including cowclips and devil's-bit scabious, as well as Adonis blue and orange tip butterflies.
Natural England said it was investigating.
A new chief executive has been appointed to the Isle of Wight's under-fire NHS trust.
The trust was rated "inadequate" and placed in special measures by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) earlier this month.
Maggie Oldham replaces Karen Baker, who resigned ahead of the CQC report.
Ms Oldham was brought in to help improve Staffordshire Hospital in 2010 after care failures there came to light.
I know the Trust has many dedicated and caring members of staff and that it delivers some good services. However, it is also clear from the recent CQC report that much needs to be done to improve the quality of care, improve performance against key targets, recruit staff to vacant posts and address outdated and bureaucratic practices."
A Weymouth vets has warned pet owners to be vigilant after treating five dogs that had been bitten by adders.
Dave Cumber Vets said its surgery "generally sees two or three cases a year, so seeing five cases in April is unusual."
The vets said four of the dogs had been bitten whilst being walked along the Fleet, Chickerell and the fifth at the Hardy Monument.
Major work is starting to conserve Hurst Castle, originally built by Henry Vlll to guard the Solent.
The £1m project will focus on the wartime look-out tower, gun emplacements and the searchlight position, English Heritage said.,
There will also be extensive repairs to the wing batteries, which were built in the 1860s to house huge new guns coming into service.
The director of Monkey World says she's disappointed at the government's refusal to change the law on owning primates as pets.
A Commons debate was held on Monday to raise the issues highlighted in a petition of more than 110,000 signatures calling for new welfare standards for primates gathered by visitors to the attraction.
The petition called for a change the law so that those who want to keep primates have to meet exacting standards of welfare that equal those found in zoos and wildlife parks.
Environment Minister, George Eustice said more could be done to deal with inadequate conditions for keeping primates as pets but a new law was not needed.
Dr Alison Cronin said: "I don't know why Monkey World should be picking up the pieces of a government who seemingly don't care."
The monkey sanctuary and rescue centre is seeing a huge increase in the amount of pets being brought to them.
The cruise ship MSC Fantasia has made its first visit to Southampton.
The 4,300-passenger ship, which dropped anchor in the city earlier, features an exclusive yacht club, aqua park and a real stone piazza.
The ship sails for Zeebrugge at 19:00 BST.
Hampshire police tweeted this picture of a car parked outside Townhill Infant School, Southampton.
A man has been arrested over the death of a 47-year-old woman who was found at a flat in Newtown, Portchester.
Emergency services were called to the flat shortly before 20:50 BST on Saturday.
Police are treating the death as "unexplained".
A 50-year-old man has been arrested and released in connection with the death - the force said he remains under investigation.
It'll be a cold, bright and perhaps frosty start for some this morning.
However, we'll see spells of sunshine continue through much of the day.
Some will see occasional showers during the afternoon too, especially in the south and east. It'll feel rather cold too.
Maximum Temperature: 11 Deg C (52 Deg F)
New Forest fire crews issue a warning as the dry weather has increased the risk of grassland and woodland fires.