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Summary

  1. Legoland sex attacker 'still at large'
  2. 'Warnings missed' before Oxfordshire teen's death
  3. Boomtown Festival revellers queue into the night
  4. £500,000 scanner opens at Poole Hospital
  5. Updates from Friday 11 August

Live Reporting

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  1. The train where kids get a carriage to themselves

    A rail operator is trialling family-friendly carriages designed to keep children occupied on journeys.

    Chiltern Railways has been laying on board games, toys and craft materials on some services running from Birmingham to London via Warwickshire, Banbury and High Wycombe.

    One passenger said travelling was easier without a child "running up and down the train".

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    Video caption: The train where kids get a carriage to themselves
  2. Man admits £440,000 Wessex Heartbeat charity theft

    A former financial controller has admitted stealing more than £440,000 from a hospital charity.

    Wessex Heartbeat

    Ronald Chigunwe worked for Wessex Heartbeat, which supports the cardiac centre at Southampton General Hospital.

    The 40-year-old, of Breadels Field, Basingstoke, pleaded guilty to four offences of fraud and money laundering.

    However, he denied four other charges of money laundering. The crown prosecution service will now decide whether he should face trial.

  3. Heathrow poor for disabled travellers, regulator says

    Heathrow Airport has been rated poor for disabled travellers in a report from the UK's aviation regulator.

    Some passengers were not treated with "dignity and respect" with waits of one to two hours to get off planes cited, the Civil Aviation Authority said.

    Manchester, East Midlands and Exeter airports also received the low rating, but 26 airports were given a good or very good rating.

    Heathrow said it was addressing the issues raised in the report.

    Bournemouth and Southampton were among those rated good.

    Heathrow signs
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    Video caption: Nichola Randall from Yateley has recovered from a stroke after a ground-breaking operation
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    Severe congestion: A322 Berkshire westbound

    BBC News Travel

    A322 Berkshire westbound severe congestion, between B3430 New Forest Ride and A329.

    A322 Berkshire - Slow traffic on A322 Bagshot Road westbound in Bracknell between Coral Reef junction and Twin Bridges Roundabout. In the roadworks area.

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

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    Severe disruption: M40 Oxfordshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M40 Oxfordshire northbound severe disruption, at J9 for A34.

    M40 Oxfordshire - M40 entry slip road closed northbound at J9, A34 (Bicester), because of barrier repairs. Diversion in operation - via M40 Southbound to J8 and return.

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

  7. Image shows head-on crash aftermath

    A picture of the aftermath of yesterday's head-on crash involving a car and a van in Oxfordshire has been released by the fire service.

    The driver of the car is in a "critical condition" having been flown by air ambulance to the John Radcliffe Hospital.

    Aftermath of A4095 crash
    Image caption: The crash happened on the A4095 near Radcot at about 13.45 yesterday
  8. Festival organisers did 'everything they could'

    Boomtown queue

    The founder of Boomtown Fair music festival says he and his staff did everything they could to help thousands of people who waited hours to get in to the event.

    Lak Mitchell said weeks of rain had a "knock-on effect" on preparations for the event at Matterley Bowl, near Winchester, where people queued for up to 10 hours on Thursday.

    He said the delays were compounded by additional security measures aimed at preventing drugs being brought on site.

    Organisers said the queues had been cleared by 23:15 BST on Friday.

  9. Video: Meet the first amputee to win Mr England

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    Video caption: Model and personal trainer Jack Eyres from Bournemouth is the first amputee to win Mr England
  10. In pics: Red Arrows display in Lyme Regis

    Large crowds watched a display by the Red Arrows last night over Lyme Regis.

    The aerobatic display team flew as part of the town's regatta and carnival.

    Here are some pictures from their breathtaking display.

    Red Arrows at Lyme Regis
    Red Arrows at Lyme Regis
    Red Arrows at Lyme Regis
  11. Driver remains in 'critical condition' after crash

    Air ambulances in a field
    Image caption: The 45-year-old driver of the Toyota MR2 was flown to the John Radcliffe Hospital by air ambulance

    A 45-year-old man is in a critical condition after a "head-on collision" involving a car and a van Oxfordshire yesterday.

    It happened on a tight bend of the A4095 near Radcot Bridge near Bampton at about 13.45 yesterday.

    The driver of the car, a Toyota MR2, was taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital and remains in a "critical condition".

    The Ford Transit van was being driven man who suffered minor injuries.

  12. Video: Soldiers from the region learn from the Americans

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    Video caption: Army reserves from the south have been training with American troops
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    Severe disruption: A34 Oxfordshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    A34 Oxfordshire northbound severe disruption, between B430 and M40 J9.

    A34 Oxfordshire - Queuing traffic on A34 northbound between Weston-On-The-Green and Bicester, because of an earlier broken down vehicle. Congestion to Kidlington Junction.

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