The Duchess of Cambridge took part in a nursery rhyme session and played with a frog hand puppet during her visit to a Middlesex hospice.
From the outside this Middlesex home looks like any ordinary abode, but open the front door....
A man drowned after his car was swept away by fast flowing water
Middlesex batsman Ryan Higgins might have feared a duck when he came to the crease against Sussex, but he can't have predicted a seagull would cause him problems.
When he connected with a shot in the Twenty20 clash at Hove on Friday, everyone thought it would fly for six.
But it struck a seagull instead and landed just yards away on the ground. The seagull was, apparently, unharmed and the batsmen made just two runs.
One of the country's leading centres of cancer treatment, Mount Vernon Hospital in Northwood, is about to introduce two new machines which fight the disease.
They're called "linear accelerators" and they allow more patients to be treated with precise doses of radiotherapy.
Liz Wickham reports.
The Mount Vernon cancer centre in Middlesex is welcoming two important new arrivals. The linear accelerator machines use radiotherapy to treat cancer. Mount Vernon is now the only centre in the South-East to have two of them.
The machines cost £4.5m and the centre believes it will be able to massively increase the number of patients it treats. With two machines, it will be able to keep treatment going when one of the machines is closed down for maintenance.
The inquests into the deaths of Michael Pedersen and his two children will be opened and adjourned tomorrow.
A post mortem examination has revealed that seven-year-old Ben and six-year-old Freya died from multiple stab wounds. Mr Pedersen, who was from Chertsey in Surrey, also died from stab wounds to the chest.
Their bodies were found in Hampshire on Sunday.
Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.
A post mortem examination carried out on two children, found dead in a country lane in Hampshire, has revealed that they suffered multiple stab wounds.
The bodies of seven-year-old Ben and six-year-old Freya Pedersen were discovered near Andover on Sunday, alongside the body of their father, Michael Pedersen.
Mr Pedersen, who lived in Chertsey in Surrey, had recently split from his wife. An earlier post mortem showed that he too died from stab wounds to the chest.
Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with their deaths.
A post-mortem examination carried out on Monday found that Michael Pedersen died as a result of a number of stab wounds to the chest, according to Hampshire Police. Post-mortem examinations on the two children are to be held later.
The bodies of a man and two children have been found by a car on a bridleway near Andover in Hampshire. The 51-year-old man from Surrey and a a six-year-old girl and seven-year-old boy, were found on a lane by a walker, who called the police.
They are believed to be Michael Pedersen, his son and his daughter. Police are supporting their families, but say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.
Nick Thatcher has the details. Det Supt Tony Harris from Hampshire Police read out a statement in this report.
The bodies of a man and two young children have been found next to a car on a bridleway.
Hampshire Police were alerted at 6.15pm on Sunday by a member of the public who discovered the bodies in Newton Stacey, Andover.
They are thought to be Michael Pedersen, 51, of Chertsey, Surrey, and Ben Pedersen, seven, and Freya Pedersen, six, both of Ashford, Middlesex, said a spokesman.
No-one else is being sought in connection with the deaths, police said. The coroner has been told and post-mortems will take place later.
– Detective Superintendent Tony Harris
We are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding this terrible incident and are working to establish what has led to these tragic deaths.
We are treating this as an isolated incident and we do not believe anyone else was involved.
The families of Michael, Ben and Freya have been informed and specialist family liaison officers from Hampshire Constabulary, and officers from Surrey Police, are working with them to provide support and keep them updated as the investigation progresses.