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Did you see the supermoon last night? This spooky picture was snapped by Becca Collacott in Abingdon.
Heath Observer in St Leonards, Dorset, posted this stunning picture of the moon's surface on the BBC Weather Watchers website.
Weather Watcher Jon Lepic took this photo in Goring, Oxfordshire.
Plans for the next phase of a traffic-free route linking Finchampstead and the new Arborfield Green development have gone on show.
Phase one of the California Greenway opened on Saturday.
The latest phase will link the newly-opened route to Nine Mile Road.
The resin path will be accessible for wheelchairs, large buggies and cyclists as well as horse riders and walkers.
The plans are available online and at California Country Park and the FBC Centre.
The consultation will be open until 19 January.
New airline Powdair will not be flying this winter after its main investor withdrew.
It had been planning to fly from Southampton Airport to Sion in Switzerland - offering easy access to top ski resorts.
The firm said it had had a "significant investment offer" from another potential investor which would "secure the financial future of Powdair".
"However, the due diligence required to finalise this investment will take at least 30 days and we have therefore made the difficult, but what we feel is correct decision, not to launch Powdair this winter," it added.
"Our new investor wishes to ensure that all necessary steps are taken to launch a strong, well-funded airline focused on long term success."
Workers in a national park face losing their homes if "draconian" 80% rent rises go ahead, a union has claimed.
Unite said the Forestry Commission plans to increase housing rent for about 25 employees working in the New Forest National Park, who each earn about £21,000 per year.
It added the commission wants to raise the rents by 40% in January and the same amount the following January.
The Forestry Commission has not yet responded to a BBC request for comment.
A 101-bed Premier Inn hotel and a Beefeater restaurant are planned for a new technology park just outside Oxford.
The plans for the development on Oxford Technology Park near Kidlington have been formally submitted to Cherwell District Council.
Property consultants Bidwells say the hotel and restaurant - if approved - would be built at the same time as the first business units in 2018 before opening the following year.
A possible route for a link road connecting the A34 with a new expressway would threaten an "iconic landscape", according to Earth Trust.
It says the link with the proposed Oxford to Cambridge Expressway would cut across farmland it owns and make it less financial viable.
Earth Trust argues this would "undermine" its ability to manage the Wittenham Clumps in south Oxfordshire and other "national assets".
Its report said the new road would help boost the region's contribution to the UK's economy.
A woman with paranoid schizophrenia who killed her mother has been granted an appeal hearing in her claim against her former NHS carers.
Ecila Henderson stabbed 69-year-old Rosemary Armstrong 22 times when her mother came to visit her at her flat in Pokesdown, Bournemouth, in August 2010.
Henderson, who is detained in a mental health unit, claimed more than £300,000 from Dorset Healthcare University Foundation Trust, saying the death arose from inadequate care.
The case was dismissed in December 2016 but the Court of Appeal has granted a two-day hearing on a date to be fixed.
A man arrested in connection with a number of robberies in Southampton has been remanded in custody after appearing in court this morning.
Dean Higham,54, of Anson Drive appeared before city magistrates charged with conspiracy to commit robbery, consiracy to commit burglary, possession of a class A drug and driving whilst unfit through drugs.
He will appear at Southampton Crown Court on 5 January.
An E-fit of a man has been issued by police after an aggravated burglary that left two people with cuts to their heads.
Three men forced their way into a flat on Sinclair Drive, Basingstoke, and demanded money on Thursday at about 18:30 GMT.
They assaulted a 38 year-old woman and a 35 year-old man before leaving. Nothing was taken.
The man and woman needed hospital treatment but are recovering at home.
Two of the offenders had their faces covered.
The man who did not is described as Asian, in his 30s, 6ft 1in (1.85m), of muscular build with a neat black beard and wearing a black baseball cap and black clothing.
More than 300 guns and items of ammunition were handed in to Dorset Police during a national firearms surrender.
During the two-week campaign, nine rifles, 40 shotguns, 13 pistols, 21 revolvers and 93 air weapons were handed in, along with 9 deactivated guns and 29 imitation firearms.
South Western Ambulance Service says it is in a "recovery phase" after a major electrical failure led to "significant issues" with its phone and computer systems on Sunday evening.
Staff told the BBC they had resorted to using their mobile phones to co-ordinate ambulances following the failure at its 999 call centre.
The phone lines are now back up but the service said it was still experiencing some IT problems.
A statement said: "We are able to provide a seamless service to out patients and are no longer having to rely on mutual aid from our neighbouring ambulance services.
"We have launched a full investigation into the cause of the electrical failure and will be reviewing our processes and procedures in light of this event."
A drawing of a snowman by a six-year-old boy has won this year's competition for the Christmas front cover of the Big Issue magazine.
More than 1,000 entries were made this year for the annual contest run by the magazine, which is sold to help homeless people.
Martin Wellstead, aged six, from Wimborne, Dorset, was named the winner for his drawing of a smiling snowman.
Two people have been injured in the crash which forced the closure of the A34 in Oxfordshire.
A lorry, and landrover towing a caravan and a car were involved in a collision on the northbound carriageway near Marcham Interchange just after 06:10.
Thames Valley Police said the northbound section between Abingdon North and Oxford South was likely to remain closed for the rest of the morning.
The southbound carriageway remains open but is heavily congested.
A Bournemouth University student has found herself at the centre of a social media storm after a tweet about a cheating boyfriend was shared 25,000 times.
Emily Shepherd says she is yet to find "Ben" despite receiving dozens of messages.
Emma and Phil Whiting travelled from their home in Oxford to see their son in Hong Kong using only public transport.
Almost entirely using trains, the couple journeyed through Brussels, Berlin, Belarus, Moscow, and Irkutsk in Siberia.
Bournemouth defender Adam Smith said referee Jon Moss admitted he wrongly booked him for diving instead of awarding a penalty during Sunday's 1-1 draw against Southampton
In the Championship, Reading (pictured) scored three second-half goals to beat Sunderland at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.
Oxford City's manager says his side must take positives from the FA Cup run that was ended 3-2 by Notts County at the weekend
And non-league Slough Town FC face League One Rochdale in the second round of the FA Cup later
Portsmouth and Bury were the first sides through to the last 16 of the Checkatrade Trophy on Saturday
David Cameron has said his government was unable to solve the "huge" challenge of funding social care for the UK's ageing population.
Mr Cameron told the Financial Times that a way now had to be found to meet "catastrophic" dementia care costs.
"We didn't solve that problem," the former prime minister, now president of Alzheimer's Research UK, said.
While in office, he pledged to set a cap on lifetime care costs at £72,000, starting from age 65, by 2020.
An otter seen swimming in the River Stour at Blandford with a plastic cable tie lodged around its neck has managed to free itself.
The animal, believed to be a male, was spotted with the tie in the river last week.
Volunteers from the UK Wild Otter Trust (UKWOT) were monitoring the animal amid fears it "could drown or choke" if the plastic tie got caught underwater.
The charity said the otter had now managed to shake the tie free.
M27 Hampshire eastbound severe accident, between J9 for A27 Whiteley and J10 for A32 affecting J8 for A3024 Bursledon.
M27 Hampshire - Slow traffic on M27 eastbound between J9, A27 (Whiteley) and J10, A32 (Wickham), because of an accident earlier on. All lanes have been re-opened. Congestion to J8, A3024 (Bursledon).
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