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Summary

  1. Updates from Friday 25 August
  2. Girl, 3, critically hurt in crash
  3. River search by Hedger murder police
  4. Crash driver reported missing with children from Hampshire
  5. Reading Festival under way
  6. Weather: Dry with sunny spells

Live Reporting

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    BBC Sport

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  2. That's all for today

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    We will be back at 08:00 on Tuesday with all of the region's latest news, travel, sport and weather.

  3. Update: Man knocked over and killed by police has been named

    Scene of Brighton police car crash

    A man who was knocked over and killed by a police car responding to an emergency call in Brighton has been named as 79-year-old David Ormesher from Poole in Dorset.

    The car struck Mr Ormesher in Devonshire Place, Kemptown, at 00:50 BST. He died at the scene.

    The Independent Police Complaints Commission is appealing for witnesses to come forward.

    IPCC investigators attended the scene in the early hours and are looking for CCTV.

    The IPCC says the marked police vehicle was responding to an emergency call at the time of the collision.

    The IPCC is looking into whether the police car was operating with lights and sirens activated and the speed of the vehicle is also subject to investigation.

  4. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M27 Hampshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    M27 Hampshire eastbound severe accident, between J11 for A27 Fareham and J12 for M275.

    M27 Hampshire - Very slow traffic on M27 eastbound between J11, A27 (Fareham) and J12, M275 (Portsmouth), because of an accident earlier on. All lanes have been re-opened.

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

  5. Bag snatcher pulls women to the ground

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    Video caption: Police say the victim was still recovering from her injuries

    A man has been jailed for three years and eight months for robbing a women in her late seventies in Oxford.

    Gavin Paul Newbold, 38, approached from behind and snatched her bag with force that pulled her to the ground.

    It happened on New Road on 19 July 2017 and the women, who lost a tooth, is still recovering, police said.

    Newbold, from Oxford, was sentenced at Oxford Crown Court earlier having pleaded guilty to robbery, attempted theft, and possession of class A drugs.

  6. Reading FC: Stam wants results to match performances

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    Video caption: The Royals boss wants to get his first away win of the season against Birmingham.
  7. Funding tackles affordable housing issue

    Purbeck council is to give £50,000 each to two land trusts to invest in housing projects for local people.

    The council previously received a £910,456 government grant to address the effects of second homes in the district.

    The community land trusts for Corfe Castle and Langton Matravers are the first to apply for the funding.

  8. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A341 Dorset both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A341 Dorset both ways severe accident, at A348 Ringwood Road.

    A341 Dorset - Queuing traffic on A341 Wimborne Road in both directions in Bournemouth at Bear Cross Roundabout, because of an accident earlier on. Congestion to the Horsham Avenue junction, on A348 Ringwood Road to the Ringwood Road junction, on A348 Ringwood Road to the B3073 Ham Lane junction and to the King John Avenue junction.

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

  9. Remember the pineapple ban?

    The Reading and Leeds festivals have banned pineapples, adding the fruit to a list which includes fireworks and weapons.

    But how is it going?

    The BBC went to Reading on day one... and it seems to be going less well.

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    Video caption: This festival-goer has taken a pineapple into the festival site.

    Why the ban?

    Organisers said it was because fans of Oxford band Glass Animals bring hundreds of the fruit to its gigs, in a nod to song Pork Soda which includes the lyrics "pineapples are in my head".

    Drummer Joe Seaward said it would be a "challenge" to get in with pineapples, but...

    "Anyone who wasn't bringing a pineapple definitely is now," he said.

    Quote Message: It's fruitist. Watermelons are fine, but not pineapples?" from Joe Seaward Glass Animals drummer
    Joe SeawardGlass Animals drummer
  10. Happy and glorious for victorious

    The sun is shining in Southsea ahead of the Victorious Festival.

    Gates open at 16:00 for the three-day festival, now in its sixth year.

    Victorious Festival site
  11. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M3 Surrey southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M3 Surrey southbound severe disruption, between J4 for A331 and J4A for A327.

    M3 Surrey - One lane closed and slow traffic on M3 southbound in Aldershot between J4, A331 (Camberley) and J4a, A327 (Farnborough), because of a broken down vehicle.

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

  12. Consent wristbands handed out at festival

    Thames Valley Police officers are handing out Consent is Everything wristbands to festival-goers at Reading as part of a campaign to educate people about sexual consent.

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