Live updates

Advertisement

  1. Sarah Saunders @SSaundersITV

Video: Archbishop of Canterbury opens rooms for relatives at hospital

The Archbishop of Canterbury opened a new relatives suite at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital today for the families of seriously ill patients. The League Friends raised £150,000 to convert a doctor's flat into the Jubilee Suite, marking the diamond anniversary of the charity itself. Sarah Saunders spoke to the Archbishop Dr Welby, mother Hannah Spencer and Dr Stuart Field of the K&C Hospital League of Friends.

Thatch fire closes roads near Andover

The fire has led to road closures Credit: South Central Ambulance Service

Fire crews are dealing with a thatch fire at a property on the B3048.

Ambulance crews and police are also in attendance at the address in Longparish near Andover. The B3048 has been closed and people are being advised to avoid the area.

Credit: South Central Ambulance Service
Credit: South Central Ambulance Service

Advertisement

Fire fighters bring shopping outlet blaze under control

Staff fled from flames and hundreds of shoppers were turned away as a fire broke out at a popular shopping village preparing for the Easter rush.

Around 40 firefighters were called to the Bicester shopping village, in Oxfordshire, after a blaze broke out in an Italian restaurant.

Nearby residents saw plumes of smoke climb into the sky, as the designer outlet was shut down.

Asana Greenstreet reports:

'Save your kisses for me' - Brotherhood of Man back at Eurovision

Remember Brotherhood of Man? They were the band from the south who won Eurovision in 1976 with Save Your Kisses for Me.

Well this week they're representing the UK again at a European concert to celebrate sixty years of the contest along with acts from all over Europe. They live in Dorset, Surrey and Buckinghamshire and were the most successful group ever to win with the song going to number one in 33 countries.

Mike Pearse caught up with them ahead of the anniversary concert.

Load more updates Back to top