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  1. That's all for today

    The BBC Local Live Service for Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight will resume on Wednesday at 08:00.

    You can still get in touch by email, on our Hampshire and Dorset Facebook pages or on Twitter @BBC_Hampshire and @BBCDorset.  

  2. Pre-school's camera saves baby owls

    Two owlets have hatched after a child found some eggs in a bucket at a kindergarten near Winchester.

    The chance discovery led teachers at My Little Explorers Forest School to set up a camera to monitor them.

    The owlets have been named Twit and Twoo and tagged by wildlife experts.

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    Video caption: Pre-school child saves family of owls
  3. A34 'closed into late evening'

    The A34 northbound will remain closed for several more hours after a lorry overturned at about 14:49 BST near Burghclere, Highways England has said.

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  4. Can you do a good tern for rare seabirds?

    Volunteers are wanted to help study and protect a colony of seabirds.

    The Chesil beach Little Tern Project needs people to help as wardens on the site protecting the birds from predators and human disturbance.

    The site is fenced off during the breeding season and wardened 24 hours a day.

    Little tern

    For eight years a partnership of organisations have worked together to help the Chesil Beach little tern colony, which had dropped in size from 100 pairs in 1997 to just 10 in 2008.

    The birds visit the beach in April and May, migration back to West Africa starts in August.

  5. Hedgehog rescued from bonfire by Weymouth firefighters

    A pregnant hedgehog has been rescued by firefighters in Weymouth.

    The nesting hedgehog was found by crews called to a garage fire in Bridlebank Way yesterday which had spread from an out of control bonfire.

    The hedgehog was taken to Hayley's Hedgehog Rescue where she is reported to be recovering well.

    Dorset & Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service said: "Please remember when burning rubbish or garden waste to check for hedgehogs and other wildlife."

    Rescued hedgehog
  6. Corbyn 'not embarrassed' by police cost error

    On a visit to Southampton this morning, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was questioned over the cost of Labour's pledge for 10,000 extra police officers for England and Wales.   

    Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott says she "misspoke" when she put the figure at £300,000 over four years before correcting herself to "about £80m". 

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  7. A34 lorry crash causes delays

    A 12-mile stretch of the A34 northbound in Hampshire remains closed after a lorry overturned near Burghclere at about 14:49 BST.

    Drivers are being diverted between Bullington Cross (A303) and Tot Hill services.

    Police said earlier the road would remain shut for a "significant amount of time".

    overturned lorry
  8. Ironing board fire causes six-pump alert

    Six fire engines carrying more than 30 firefighters attended a fire involving an ironing board at a high-rise building in Portsmouth.

    Crews spent an hour in the seventh-floor flat at The Crescent in Gunwharf Quays this afternoon.

    Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service said the fire was believed to have been caused by an "iron that was not switched off".

    No-one was injured.

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  9. Travel: A34 blocked at Highclere

    An articulated lorry has overturned, blocking the A34 at Highclere, police have said.

    Officers said the northbound carriageway would be closed for a "significant amount of time" following the accident at 14:49 BST.

    The driver suffered minor injuries, police said.

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  10. BreakingFire breaks out in Portsmouth high-rise

    More than 30 firefighters have tacked a blaze on the seventh floor of a high-rise building in Portsmouth.

    Crews were called to the fire at The Crescent in Gunwharf Quays earlier but it was put out by about 14:40. 

    Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service said no-one was injured.

    Gunwharf Quays
  11. Shooting suspect released without charge

    A 38-year-old woman who was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a man was shot in Crookhorn, Waterlooville, in February has been released from bail without charge.

    A second suspect, a 37-year-old man from Havant, remains under investigation, police said.

    Athena Avenue

    Detectives confirmed a 31-year-old woman from Waterlooville and a 26-year-old man from Surrey were still under investigation for conspiracy to murder.

    The 34-year-old man who was seriously injured in the attack in Athena Avenue has since been released from hospital.

  12. Hundreds flock to Wimborne to watch ancient sheep driving tradition

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    Video caption: Freeman Anthony Oliver told us more about the historic privilege