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Summary

  1. Lymington hospice manager 'stole from the dying'
  2. Mayflower Theatre launches auditorium appeal
  3. Charity walker rescued after cliff fall on Isle of Wight
  4. Updates from Monday 24 April

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  1. Good evening!

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

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

    Thanks for joining us!

  2. Latest news headlines: Man jailed for Portsmouth high street murder attempt

  3. Sport headlines: Oriol Romeu 'not far off' Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante

    BBC Sport

    • Southampton midfielder Oriol Romeu is "not far off" Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year N'Golo Kante,says Saints boss Claude Puel
    • Puel also says Charlie Austin will return to first-team training on Thursday
    • Portsmouth defender Jack Whatmough is capable of playing at least as high as the Championship according to assistant boss Leam Richardson 
    • Eastleigh caretaker manager Richard Hill has defended the club's decision to release goalkeeper Ryan Clarke earlier this month. It comes after injuries to Graham Stack and Nick Hall forced the Spitfires to sign a goalkeeper on an emergency loan at the weekend.
  4. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M3 Hampshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M3 Hampshire southbound severe accident, between J4A for A327 and J5 for A287 affecting J4 for A331.

    M3 Hampshire - One lane closed on M3 southbound between J4a, A327 (Farnborough) and J5, A287 (Hook), because of an accident. Congestion to J4, A331 (Camberley).

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

  5. General election 2017: How do I register to vote?

    Don't get left outside on polling day. Here are details of what you need and where you need to go to register for the general election on 8 June:

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    Video caption: The deadline to register is 22 May
  6. Weather outlook: Cold and frosty

    BBC Weather

    Cloud and patchy light rain this evening will die away with most places becoming dry and clear overnight, allowing a widespread frost to form. 

    Winds will become light in most places.  

    BBC Weather chart for the South of England on 24 April 2017

    It'll be a bright, chilly start tomorrow. 

    A dry morning will follow with sunny spells, but showers will develop later.

    It will also feel cold in sometimes brisk northerly winds.  

    BBC Weather chart for the South of England for 25 April 2017

    For a full 10-day forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.

  7. General election 2017: How do I register to vote?

    Don't get left outside on polling day. Here are details of what you need and where you need to go to register for the general election on 8 June:  

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    Video caption: The deadline to register is 22 May
  8. Firefighters offering keep fit classes

    Hampshire firefighters will soon be offering exercise classes for the over-65s. 

    The 12-week course in Portsmouth is designed to build confidence, reduce the risk of falls, and be a social activity. The course will be funded by the local NHS.

    Exercise class
  9. Drone footage of cliff fall coastline

    Drone footage shows the area where a charity walker was rescued after falling in woodland on the Isle of Wight on Sunday afternoon.

    The walker was a member of the armed forces raising money for Help for Heroes and was found in woodland near East Cowes on the Isle of Wight.  

    She was rescued by ambulance, coastguard and RNLI crews and was taken to hospital with suffered hip, neck and back injuries.  

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    Video caption: Scene of cliff rescue near Cowes
  10. Southampton Marathon: Le Tissier completes 10k

    Former Saints star Matthew Le Tissier joined the thousands of runners pounding the streets of Southampton on Sunday.

    He completed the 10k race.

    The city was also hosting a half marathon and its first full marathon in 30 years.

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    Video caption: Matthew le Tissier joins the runners on Southampton Marathon day
  11. Cannabis worth £164k found on small boat

    More than £150,000 worth of cannabis has been seized from a "small boat" by customs in Jersey.

    St Ouen's Bay

    Three men, from Blandford in Dorset, Farnham in Surrey, and Ringwood in Hampshire, were arrested arriving into St Ouen's Bay (pictured) in the early hours of Friday. 

    A total of 27.6kg (59lbs) of cannabis was seized, with an estimated street value of £164,000. 

    The men were charged with drug-trafficking offences and the case has been adjourned to 5 June at the Royal Court.

  12. Man jailed for Portsmouth street stabbing

    A man who attempted to murder his brother's partner by stabbing her in the back with a kitchen knife in a busy street has been jailed for a total of 23 years.

    Dler Fariq Mohammed had been found guilty of the attempted murder of Diana Pranskuniene, 35, who he attacked in London Road, Portsmouth in July 2016.

    The trial heard Mohammed, of no fixed address, was unhappy about being denied access to his five children, who were being cared for by his brother and Ms Pranskuniene.

    On the day of the attack, he shouted, "You have ruined my life", before plunging the blade into his victim's back and running off.

    London Road, Portsmouth
  13. Breaking'Head-butting' police sergeant fined

    A police sergeant who head-butted a woman while wearing a motorcycle helmet in a "road rage" attack has been fined.

    David Sanderson was off-duty when he confronted two women in the car ahead of him at a petrol station in Chandler's Ford on 6 June last year.    

    David Sanderson

    Worthing Magistrates' Court heard the 45-year-old was concerned the women were using a mobile phone, before he revved his motorcycle engine and tried to undertake the car they were in as it moved off the forecourt.

    Passenger Donya Bryant got out and confronted Sanderson who then head-butted her, leaving her with a "red mark the size of a 50p piece and a swollen lump" on her forehead, the court was told.

    Sanderson had denied the offence of assault by beating and was found guilty following a trial last month. He was fined £828.