- Multimillion-pound aircraft carrier scheme in Portsmouth complete
- Residents left without water for '24 hours' in Southampton
- Concerns raised over Dorset immigration removal centre
- Four primary schools in Weymouth given academy status
- Updates from Friday 10 March
- Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has expressed his disappointment at the FA's decision to find defender Tyrone Mings guilty of violent conduct
- The Cherries will make a late decision on the fitness of captain Simon Francis ahead of tomorrow's game, but winger Junior Stanislas is set to miss out again with a groin injury
- Portsmouth travel to Essex tomorrow to take on play-off chasing Colchester United with manager Paul Cook saying he's seen the best and worst of his team in the past week
- The Eastleigh caretaker manager, Richard Hill, has issued a rallying call to supporters ahead of tomorrow's home game against Barrow - the Spitfires haven't won at the Silverlake Stadium since October
- A former vicar from Bournemouth has been jailed for sexually abusing a choirboy who gave evidence about the historic offences using eye-tracking technology which turned his blinks into words
- A former dinner lady who was spared prison after being found guilty of sexual activity with a child has now been jailed after her original sentence was overturned
- People have been warned to keep out of the sea and to keep dogs on leads at Swanage beach after pollution, believed to be diesel, was discovered in the water near the town's main bathing beach
- Concerns are being raised about the effects of detention on men held at an immigration removal centre in Dorset
- Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings is "extremely disappointed" and "upset" by the five-game ban for an alleged stamp on Zlatan Ibrahimovic's head
- A couple conned out of hundreds of pounds as they tried to find a surrogate mother have finally become parents
A former vicar has been jailed for sexually abusing a choirboy who gave evidence using eye-tracking technology which turned his blinks into words.Copyright: Derek Harper
Cyril Rowe, 78, from Bournemouth, was sentenced to four years for three counts of indecent assault at London's St Matthias' Church in the late 70s.
His victim Michael Kelsick died of motor neurone disease in a hospice before hearing the guilty verdicts.
The 47-year-old was the first person to give evidence in a UK court using Eyegaze technology.
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A former dinner lady who was spared prison after being found guilty of sexual activity with a child has now been jailed after her original sentence was overturned.Copyright: Hampshire Constabulary
Terri Spragg, 35, of Bettesworth Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight, was found guilty of seven counts of sexual activity with a child under 16 in December.
She originally received a 15-month sentence, suspended for two years.
The Court of Appeal has now jailed her for three years.
Solicitor General Robert Buckland QC MP described the original sentence as "unduly lenient" and referred the case to the Court of Appeal.
People have been warned to keep out of the sea and to keep dogs on leads at Swanage beach after pollution, believed to be diesel, was discovered in the water near the town's main bathing beach.
The Environment Agency said a local landowner was helping officers trace the source of the spill, which was initially spotted by coastguards.Copyright: GoogleQuote Message: Beach-goers are advised to be aware that there may be oil on the beach and to keep out of the sea and keep dogs on a lead until further notice. from Environment Agency spokeswoman
Fifteen locations in the South East, including Finchampstead, Marlow, Wallingford and Tadley have been named among the Best Places to Live in Britain by The Sunday Times.
The locations were assessed on a wide range of factors, from jobs, exam results and broadband speed to culture, community spirit and local shops in order to compile the definitive top locations to make your home.
The judges also used their own experience of the villages, towns and cities, such as local pubs, ease of transport and the range of attractive property to choose the top locations.
Two people have denied assaulting a police officer following a dispute over a Portsmouth arts centre.Copyright: Chantelle Burton
An officer sustained a knee injury after police were called by city council staff carrying out an eviction at the Arts Lodge in Victoria Park on 7 February.
Mark Lewis, 48, and Alison Brett, 51, pleaded not guilty to assaulting a constable in the execution of their duty at Portsmouth Magistrates' Court yesterday.
The have been released on bail and are due to appear before magistrates again on Wednesday.