- Updates from Friday 21 July
- Magistrate jailed for sex abuse
- Oxford 'favourite' to build new Mini
- Man attacked in Reading home by masked gang
- Hampshire residents protest 5,000 new homes
- Plan to remove pylons from Dorset beauty spot
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A beach hut on the Dorset coast, which could be the most expensive sold in the UK, has gone on the market.
The 17ft x 10ft (5m x 3m) recently refurbished wooden beach hut with views of Christchurch Harbour, is on sale for £280,000 and already has had several viewings.
Estate agent Andy Dennison said a hut recently sold for £275,000 and he was hopeful this would go for the higher asking price.
He said prospective owners would be buying into a "nice way of life".Quote Message: "It's such a lovely place - you've got the sea on one side and the sand on the other. You could spend the whole six weeks of the school holidays in a safe environment, or go down there after work in the evenings. We're just going with the market - it's still quite vibrant." from Andy Denisons Denisons Estate AgentsCopyright: DenisonsCopyright: Denisons
A man has been jailed for 12 years after admitting stabbing his drug dealer repeatedly in Bournemouth.
Christopher Henry-Jowitt, 21 and of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm, robbery and possessing an offensive weapon after the attack in the Littledown area of the town.
Henry-Jowitt got into a disagreement with the victim on 30 September, 2016, after he tried to take his watch by force. He took out a hunting-type knife before stabbing the victim in the chest, abdomen, face and arm.
The victim then lost conciousness, and was assisted by members of the public before being taken to hospital.
Henry-Jowitt then handed himself into police on 13 January this year.
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Bournemouth and Poole councils have announced they are to merge their tourism marketing efforts.
Borough of Poole Council has approved plans for a "joint tourism strategy" and a "single delivery of tourism and seafront Services" across both areas, to be hosted by Bournemouth.
The authorities have said it would provide opportunities for saving money, while maintaining a distinctive offering of the two destinations.Quote Message: It will sharpen the competitive edge of our destinations, improve our services and deliver savings. Both our towns have a unique identify and this agreement will expand tourism and safeguard thousands of jobs which depend on a healthy number of visitors.” from Mohan Iyengar Portfolio holder for Tourism, Poole
The Regent Centre in Christchurch is able to partially reopen following concerns over the building's structure and the strength of columns supporting the circle and roof.
The theatre's auditorium will reopen from tomorrow although the circle seating will remain closed as a "precautionary measure".
Sheduled films and shows will go ahead as planned while people with circle tickets will be offered refunds or alternative tickets, if available.Copyright: Chris Talbot
Radio Solent have been speaking to Southampton's new boss, Mauricio Pellegrino, who has revealed Virgil van Dijk is training alone.
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There is a change to see how the work to refurbish Poole Bridge is progressing this weekend.
The 90-year-old bridge, which links Poole to the port and ferry terminal, is currently undergoing a £4.2m repair project after cracks were discovered in the concrete.
A vantage point has been set up on Poole Approach to allow members of the public to see the work taking shape.
An 18-year-old woman from Yateley was holidaying on Kos when the quake hit last night.
Emma Dougan told us: "Our beds were shaking, and then it died down and we all stood up and it started again. We ran over to the door frame to hide under it.
"It stopped and we heard everyone screaming in the hotel and running down trying to get out, but our door wouldn't open."
A4130 Oxfordshire westbound severe accident, between Wantage Road and Sires Hill.
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Drivers in Oxfordshire will soon be able to pay for street parking by card, instead of just cash.
Old pay and display machines in Oxford, Abingdon, Wallingford and Henley will start to be scrapped next month to make way for more modern ones, which will allow card payments.
Purchasing and fitting the machines is costing the County Council £350,000.
The family of a British student jailed in the United Arab Emirates are hoping for a "miracle" when he pleads for a pardon.
Ahmad Zeidan, 23, was sentenced to nine years in 2014, but claims he was tortured into admitting drugs charges.
His father Manal Zeidan said local media reported his son's plight after the BBC's coverage and he hoped a plea would now be favourably received.
Zeidan, formerly from Reading, recently ended a three-day hunger strike.
A magistrate has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years for sexually assaulting an 11-year-old boy in a car park beneath the courthouse he sat in.
Rodney Fox, 49, used his special privileges to access Reading Magistrates' Court's underground car park in order to molest the child.
He was convicted in April of two counts of sexual abuse and making indecent images of teenage boys.
St Albans Crown Court heard earlier that Fox befriended the boy and would buy him lunch on Saturdays before driving him to the empty car park and abusing him.
Susan Krikler, senior crown prosecutor for Thames and Chiltern Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said: "It is only due to the courage of the victim that the disgraceful behaviour of this man has been exposed.
"I would like to pay tribute to the victim for his strength and tenacity in coming forward and providing evidence for the prosecution".
Political reporter, BBC Radio Oxford
Oxford City Council has agreed to appoint a second deputy leader.
The leading Labour group, who are planning to appoint a woman to the role, say it’s to increase diversity and to better represent the city.
An independent panel will make recommendations on how much the extra deputy should be paid in allowances before a final decision by the council.