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Investigations are underway into the cause of a fire at a flat in Worthing.
Up to forty firefighters were needed when it broke out on Salisbury Road last night, as well as an ambulance.
No one was injured.
M25 clockwise lane closed on exit slip road due to accident at J9 A243 / A245 (Leatherhead).
Surrey-based McLaren take a super car into a school in Kent to encourage more students into engineering. Tom Savvides talks to students Stephen Omotayo and Chloe Body, engineering teacher Robin Smout and Andy Palmer from McLaren.
Some of our bravest military personnelare being honoured for their courage, commitment, and dedication.
The Millies awards ceremony will take place inLondon, and there are many nominees from the South.
It's an event that recognises the contribution made by members of the British armed forces AND civilians involved with the forces. Divya Kohli reports.
A Christmas tree grower from Watlington in Oxfordshire delivered a tree to take up residence outside Number 10 Downing Street.
Andrew Ingram won the coveted title of Champion Christmas Tree Grower at the 15th Annual British Christmas Tree Growers Association Competition in October.
Andrew, who also won the champion title two years ago, had the honour of delivering a Christmas tree to stand outside 10 Downing Street.
A burglar from Sheppey has been jailed after being was caught red-handed with a pair of stolen live chickens by officers who used a mobile phone tracking app to catch him.
After drinking a bottle of whiskey, Aubrey Hope, 24, went on a burglary spree across Minster ‘to make money for himself’.
He targeted a shed at the back of a property in Marian Avenue and stole three chickens.
He was caught carrying after police tracked him using a mobile app which had been downloaded on to an iPhone he had also stolen.
Lindsay Pennell, from the Crown Prosecution Service said: “His own financial difficulties were Stephen Cowdrey’s motive to kill Stanley Carter, an 87-year-old vulnerable elderly person who had been living on his own... for more than two decades.
"He was described by his son as someone who had become somewhat reclusive and whose health had deteriorated.
“The defendant was described by his friends as someone having permanent financial difficulties and who was drinking away his money.
“On Friday, September 13, Stephen Cowdrey visited Mr Carter’s house in Greenwood Avenue and gained entry by pretending he was there to examine leaking pipes with the intention of stealing money from him."
Time could be running out for the open air swimming pool at Aldershot. The lido is losing money every year and the number of visitors is down. Rushmoor Borough Council are considering whether to close it down or invest in its future. The local canoe club is fighting to keep it open.
Penny Silvester reports.
The father of a 22-year-old man from Oxford who's gone missing hiking in the Canadian mountains has appealed for information about his whereabouts.
Tom Billings was due to return home last weekend -but hasn't made any contact with friends and family for more than two weeks.
Tom, who recently graduated from university, had been exploring Canada for the first time. He was staying in Vancouver and said he wanted to trek in the North Shore Mountains, where several rescue teams have been searching for him.
Sangeeta spoke to Martin Billings from our Didcot newsroom.
Additional footage courtesy of CTV.