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A former Scout leader has been given a two year suspended sentence after being found guilty of sexually assaulting a teenage girl.
David Oliver, 51 of Coombe Gardens in Bournemouth, was convicted of six counts of indecent assault. He was working as a leader at Butchers Coppice Scout Camp in the town at the time of the offences which took place in the late 1990s.
Police said Oliver would take advantage of his victim, who was under the age of 16, by kissing her and sexually assaulting her on a number of occasions.
"Oliver used and abused his position of trust in the Scouting movement to sexually assault his young victim. I wish to praise the bravery of his victim to come forward and report the offences."
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The last remaining member of a special branch of the Home Guard in Dorset, has unexpectedly been presented with a World War Two defence medal.
Jack Northover was one of eight men who made up the Wrackleford Auxiliary Unit - part of a network of highly trained volunteers expected to form a last line of defence if Nazis occupied Britain.
The 90-year-old and relatives of three other members - have received the medal just before the unveiling in Stratton Village of a memorial to remember the unit.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of attempting to murder a third man, after all three were in a car which crashed on Wide Lane between Southampton and Eastleigh.
Police said a 23-year-old man was in hospital with "critical, life-changing head injuries", following the incident at about 22:00 BST on Thursday night.
A 22-year-old man from Southampton has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, kidnap and a driving offence.
A London man, aged 21, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, attempted kidnap, conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, theft and four driving offences.
A man has appeared in court in connection with a fire on the roof of a building within HMP Guys Marsh near Shaftesbury.
Nigel John Saunders, 29, was charged with arson with intent to endanger life.
Emergency services were called to an incident at the prison on 10 March. All prisoners and staff were accounted for and a total of 64 prisoners were evacuated from the affected area of the prison by prison staff.
Mr Saunders appeared before Weymouth Magistrates Court today and was remanded in custody to appear at Bournemouth Crown Court on 22 June.
The kitchen at a children’s nursery school in Oxfordshire was closed by food hygiene inspectors last week after they found a dead mouse on the floor, it has emerged.
Vale of White Horse District Council made the discovery during a routine, unannounced food hygiene inspection at the Positive Steps Nursery in Shellingford, near Faringdon, on 16 May.
The inspectors also discovered rodent faeces on work surfaces, the kitchen floor and in cupboards.
They also noted a lack of routine cleaning and disinfection to minimise the risk of food contamination.
The council said the business "co-operated fully" with the council to address the issues raised during the inspection and during a follow-up inspection on Friday the council was satisfied it no longer posed "an imminent risk to health" and lifted the prohibition notice.
The maker of Isle of Wight's troubled new floating bridge has insisted it will be a "success", despite its continued suspension.
Cars scraped their bumpers while disembarking and stranded passengers waded through water when it broke down on its first weekend in operation.
It remains suspended on the orders of the Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA).
Mainstay Marine said its staff were working on an "enhanced" training programme for the crew.
"I'm comfortable the slipway is at the right angle and the ramps are suitable for safe off-loading. It's all due to positioning - being placed on the slipway and lowering to the right angle. I feel comfortable the vessel is fit for purpose and will be a success with the enhanced crew training. From our point of view it was built to the design and delivered well ahead of expectations."
A group of Oxfordshire friends has had to raise £5,000 to bring their seriously injured friend home from Croatia after his insurance refused to pay when he was hurt during a stag party.
Scott Simpson says he was not drunk but slipped when trying to dive from a boat and impaled himself on a post.
He snapped seven ribs, broke several bones and pierced a lung but after treatment at a hospital in Split (pictured) he found he had to pay for his own repatriation.
His insurer NatWest said its policy states it is invalid if someone has drunk so much alcohol that their judgement is seriously affected.
It was wet, I slipped, I had an accident. Now I thought travel insurance was there for anyone who had an accident, but clearly if there is any alcohol in your system then it's not going to be the case.
A woman accusing Rolf Harris of groping her when she was a teenager denies she made the claim up for compensation.
The Australia-born entertainer, who lives in Bray, Berkshire, is on trial at Southwark Crown Court on four charges of indecent assault against three teenagers between 1971 and 1983.
Giving evidence, one of his alleged victims said she had not come forward for money but for "justice".
Mr Harris, 87, who appeared in person for the first time after being released from prison, denies the charges.
A crashed van was left wedged over a pedestrian underpass in Havant on Sunday morning.
Police were called to the junction of Petersfield Road and Stockheath Road at 05:00 BST.
Dean Mckevitt, 37, of Silvester Road, Waterlooville, has been charged with driving over the alcohol limit and bailed to appear before Portsmouth magistrates on 6 June.
A pedestrian has died in a road crash in east Devon, police say.
Officers said the 29-year-old man from Lyme Regis suffered fatal injuries when he was hit by a green BMW 323 car on the A3052, near Ware Cross in Uplyme, at about 02:23 on Sunday. The man died at the scene.
The driver, a 42-year-old man from Axminster, was not injured. The road was closed for nine hours for an investigation.
Police said they are "particularly keen" to trace the driver of a small van believed to have been in the area at the time.
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Dozens of people attended a memorial service for a newborn baby girl last night.
The baby was found in bushes in Manor Park, Church Hill, in Aldershot on Friday.
David Shepherd, of Hope Pentecostal Church, Farnborough, led the service in the park and said there had been an "outpouring" of grief from the community.
He said: "We want to reach out to the mother, who probably is feeling very vulnerable, there is hope somehow that we can reach out to her."
Residents have left flowers, candles and toys at the entrance to the park for the baby named Baby M by Hampshire Constabulary.
The force said there was concern over the mother's health and urged her to go to hospital or contact them.
Six fire crews dealt with blazes caused by lightning strikes during storms in Oxfordshire over the weekend.
In Bicester, a family in Restharrow Mead had a lucky escape after a bolt caused a fire to spread throughout the roof and walls.
Fire crews from Eynsham, Banbury, Buckingham and Brill spent two hours at the house, sheeting the roof to prevent further damage.
No-one was hurt.
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Rolf Harris is appearing at court in person for the first time since leaving prison last week.
The Australia-born former entertainer had been appearing at Southwark Crown Court via video-link from prison.
But the 87-year-old was released from HMP Stafford on Friday morning and is now able to appear at his trial in person.
Mr Harris, who lives in Bray, denies four charges of indecent assault against three teenagers between 1971 and 1983.
Southampton's miserable home form continued as Peter Crouch struck the only goal of the game to help Stoke to a first away win since January on the final day of the season.
The home side enjoyed the majority of possession but Nathan Redmond's lob on to the bar on the stroke of half-time was their best moment until Crouch pounced.
The striker's 10th goal of the season arrived when he headed home a Geoff Cameron cross and they deserved the lead after creating openings throughout.
Southampton rallied late on as Jack Butland produced fine saves to deny Steven Davis, James Ward-Prowse and Sofiane Boufal but Claude Puel's side end the campaign without a win in five games at St Mary's.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) has said it is awaiting "remedial action" to be carried out on the suspended floating bridge at Cowes by the operator Isle of Wight Council before the service can resume.
Once this is completed the MCA said its surveyors would attend the vessel "to ensure its effectiveness".
"We have no further information at this stage," a spokesman added.
The chain ferry broke down on 14 May and was suspended by the MCA the following day. It remains out of action.
Isle of Wight Council "anticipated issues would need to be ironed out" with the troubled floating bridge at Cowes, it has said.
A week after it was suspended on the orders of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), the new chain ferry remains out of action.
A council spokesman said: "It was anticipated that during the first couple of weeks there would be some issues to be ironed out that could not be identified until the vessel was back in service and in full use."
He added the "soft launch" followed an initial sign-off by MCA as well as "a period of relevant tests, commissioning and staff training".
The council is working with the manufacturer and it is hoped the floating bridge will be fully operational "very shortly", he said.
The family of a motorcyclist who died following a collision on the A27 last month has said he was "a loving husband and a great dad".
Mark Copley, 51, from Basingstoke, died in hospital earlier this morning following the crash on the eastbound carriageway on 30 April.
Paying tribute to him his family said: “He was a loving husband and a great dad, who will be sadly missed by all those who knew him.”
A 32-year-old man, from Havant, was arrested in connection with this incident and was released but remains under investigation, police said.
Essex wrapped up a thumping innings-and-97-run victory over Hampshire inside three days at Chelmsford.
Resuming on 92-7, still 268 in arrears, Jamie Porter (5-24) polished off the tail to leave the visitors 115 all out.
Following on, Hampshire again lost regular wickets, with Porter (2-21), Simon Harmer (3-23) and Neil Wagner (2-39) bowling them out for only 148.
Centuries from Alistair Cook and Tom Westley set the platform for Essex, who temporarily go top of Division One.
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