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  1. Good evening!

    That's all for this week from BBC South Live - thanks for joining us!

    We'll be back again at 08:00 tomorrow with all of the latest news, travel, sport and weather for the region.

    Stay in touch on our Hampshire, Dorset, Berkshire and Oxford Facebook pages, or by using Twitter @BBC_Hampshire, @BBCDorset, @BBCBerkshire and @BBCOxford.

  2. Investigation into Waterloo dreailment underway

    A rail industry regulator reports gives an indication into cause of Waterloo derailment on 15 August.

    No-one was hurt in the derailment but trains were unable to access 13 of the station's 24 platforms as 10 were already closed owing to engineering works to enlarge the station's capacity.

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  3. Police investigating Wallingford care home

    Thames Valley Police is investigating allegations of abuse at an Oxfordshire care home.

    The force says it's received reports of assaults and ill treatment of residents at Winterbrook Nursing Home in Wallingford.

    The home, which looks after around 30 people, has also been rated inadequate by the Care Quality Commission and placed in special measures. The home said it was its highest priority to urgently resolve all of the problem areas.

    Winterbrook Care Home
  4. Oxford-bound student allowed to defer during citizenship process

    Gillian Hargreaves

    Education correspondent, BBC News

    Brian White

    Oxford university has confirmed that a potential student who is waiting for permission to stay in the UK will be allowed to defer his place.

    Brian White, risked missing the start of his degree course because his application to stay in the UK had not been processed by the Home Office.

    He had been an orphan living in Zimbabwe before he was fostered - and subsequently adopted, by a family from the West Midlands.

    When he settled in the UK with his new parents he was given "limited leave to remain", but an application to become a British citizen at 18 was turned down by the Home Office.

    According to immigration officials most children adopted abroad are granted citizenship in childhood - and the process becomes more complicated when such children become adults. His case was described as "unique."

    Oxford University told the BBC that Brian White is a "brilliant student" and has confirmed his place will be available whenever he is able to take it up.

  5. Man admits army barracks stabbing

    A man has admitted stabbing a soldier in the neck at an army barracks in Hampshire.

    The male victim suffered "serious" wounds in the attack at Mons Barracks, Aldershot, at about 06:15 GMT on 12 November.

    Mons Barracks

    Aidan Warner, 20, pleaded guilty at Winchester Crown Court to one count of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

    Warner, of Egret Gardens, Aldershot, is due to be sentenced on 28 September.

  6. Bournemouth's Geva Mentor leads Roses to netball NZ victory

    BBC Sport

    Bournemouth's Geva Mentor captained the England Roses team who beat New Zealand 49-45 in Auckland in the second match of the Quad Series.

    After losing to Australia in their opening match, the team head to Invercargill to take on South Africa in their final match on Sunday

    Caitlin Bassett of the Diamonds and Geva Mentor of the Roses
  7. Military bands play on board Wightlink ferry

    Passengers and crew to an on a cross-Solent ferry were treated to performance by The Band of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers earlier.

    The musicians gave a 20 minute concert as they travelled to the Fishborne on Wightlink’s St Clare ferry. The company had given the 27-strong band and three vehicles with discounted transport.

    The band is visiting the island to play a series of fundraising concerts in support of the charity Combat Stress.

    The Band of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
  8. Police appeal over suspicious incident at Cerne Abbas Giant car park

    Police have released an image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a suspicious incident at the car park of the Cerne Abbas Giant.

    The man was seen at the Giant’s viewpoint car park at Cerne Abbas on Saturday afternoon performing an indecent act.

    An image of the man captured by a witness has been released by Dorset Police who have appealed for information from anyone who recognises him.

    Dorset Police picture
  9. Bournemouth's Nathan Ake out of internationals

    BBC Sport

    AFC Bournemouth defender Nathan Ake has been forced to withdraw form the Netherlands squad for the forthcoming World Cup qualifying matches against France and Bulgaria.

    The 22-year-old picked up an ankle injury in Saturday's home defeat to Manchester City

    Nathan Ake
  10. Pedestrian killed in Chideock collision

    A pedestrian has died after being hit by a car in Chideock, Dorset.

    Police were called at 14:30 BST to North Road where a 68-year-old local man was pronounced dead at the scene.

    The driver of a Ford Focus, a 48-year-old Bridport man, has been arrested on suspicion of driving offences.

  11. More disruption for Waterloo rail passengers

    Paul Clifton

    Transport correspondent, BBC South Today

    There will be more severe disruption for passengers at London Waterloo station this evening.

    Network Rail will close 10 of the 19 platforms from 2245 until 0530 on Thursday morning, affecting South Western Railway services.

    New signals installed during a three-and-a-half week blockade to build longer platforms are not working correctly and need to be fixed. It will be the second day of disruption for passengers.

    Yesterday the station opened later than planned at 0700, causing delays and cancellations throughout the day. And this morning three platforms had to be closed briefly during the height of the rush hour following an electrical failure.

    Waterloo station
  12. Terry Pratchett's hard disk destroyed

    One of the final wishes of author Terry Pratchett has been fulfilled - his hard drive full of unfinished work has been destroyed.

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    Video caption: A hard drive containing unfinished works by Terry Pratchett is crushed by a steamroller
  13. Mother calls for more mental health training for prison staff

    The mother of a man who took his own life at Winchester Prison has said there needs to be better mental health training for prison officers so they can safely manage challenging inmates.

    Nicola Hargrave's son Daryl died two years ago. An inquest found he'd been let down by a number of agencies.

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    Video caption: A Mother says prison staff need better mental health training after son takes his own life
  14. Virgil van Dijk at 4/7 for Liverpool move

    BBC Sport

    The latest transfer odds from William Hill put Virgil van Dijk at 4/7 to be pulling on a Liverpool shirt by the time the transfer window closes.

    The Dutch defender is 5/4 to stay at Southampton, 12/1 to move to Chelsea, 14/1 Arsenal, 20/1 Man City, 50/1 AC Milan, 50/1 Barcelona, 50/1 Man Utd and 66/1 to move to any Chinese Club.

    Virgil van Dijk
  15. Watch: Steam train line staff become 'dementia aware'

    The Watercress Line at Alresford has become the largest visitor attraction to take part in the Hampshire Dementia Action Alliance.

    It's training more than 400 volunteers to become "dementia aware".

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    Video caption: Volunteers at the Watercress Line in Hampshire are receiving dementia awareness training