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South Live will be taking a break over the bank holidays but we will be back on Tuesday with more news, travel and sport.
Firefighters from Hampshire and Surrey had the glamorous task of tackling a blaze in a dung heap at a farm in Alton.
The fire at Borovere Farm involving involving 2,000 tonnes of manure was reported shortly before 11:00 and was out by 15:00.
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A picture of a man suspected of stealing a child's bicycle in Bournemouth has been released by police.
The red Apollo child’s racer belonged to a 12-year-old boy who left it outside the Co-op on Wimborne Road in Moordown last month.
PC Guy House of Dorset Police said: "The victim has been left very upset following this incident and I am keen to locate his bike and identify the suspect.
"As part of my enquiries I am issuing CCTV images of the suspect and I would urge anyone who recognises this man to please contact Dorset Police.
"I would also like to hear from anyone who may have seen a bike matching the description given being offered for sale locally."
If you're planning to travel by train over the bank holiday weekend, you might want to check for changes to services.
Engineering works are planned in parts of the South Western Railway network.
Three fires in woodland in the New Forest have been put out.
Fire crews and the Forestry Commission worked together to prevent the spread of the blaze at Emery Down near Lyndhurst.
Emergency services were called shortly after noon. The fires were contained and put out by 14:15.
Twenty acres of woodland and gorse were involved in a fire in the New Forest.
Crews from seven stations have been tackling fire in three locations in the woods near Lyndhurst.
Fire broke out at the Canadian War Memorial, Highlands Water Wood Inclosure and between Emery Down to Bolderwood Road.
The fire was out by 14:15.
Two volunteers from the Diocese of Durham will receive special recognition from the Queen today.
Jean Carleton and Revd Roy Merrin will be given the Maundy Money at the Royal Maundy Service at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
It is to acknowledge their volunteer work.
The Right Revd Paul Butler, Bishop of Durham said: “I am delighted that Her Majesty The Queen in her 93rd birthday year has chosen to recognise these outstanding individuals.
"The amazing work that Jean and Roy do and the way that they do it in our communities in blessing them for the transformation of us all is simply outstanding.
“Each recipient has made a significant and lasting difference to their communities through their voluntary service and I am thrilled that the Queen’s award of Maundy Money recognises this vital contribution.”
The Maundy Thursday service is an annual ceremony, which dates back to the 1200s.Copyright: Getty Images
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A £400,000 project to improve the Oxford Canal is complete.
Since January the Canal & River Trust charity has rebuilt more than 400m of the canal bank from above Elizabeth Jennings Way northwards to opposite St Edwards School.
It reinforced the bank with metal piles, removed graffiti, and fitted wooden platforms.
Senior project manager Adrian Honeybill said: "It’s got three major benefits: reinforcing the stability of the canal; improving access from the towpath to people’s boats; and creating new habitat for endangered wildlife. It’s been a significant investment, but that is testament to the importance and the potential of the Oxford Canal."