A man arrested in connection with the murder of Carl Scott in Winchester has been released on bail.
The 58 year old was arrested on Friday night.
A member of the public found Mr Scott's body at a house in Birch Court, off Thurmond Crescent on Wednesday afternoon.
The Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling, has commented on today's announcement:
The Stagecoach Group has said it is 'disappointed' that it has been unsuccessful in its bid for the new South Western rail franchise.
The company lost the franchise, due to commence in summer 2017, to Great Western Railway's owner First Group.
The company has released the following statement:
Dozens of musicians from across the south have completed a unique orchestral decathlon - ten well known pieces of classical music performed in one day, all for Comic Relief.
The orchestra gave three back-to-back concerts at the Turner Sims Theatre in Southampton.
Among the works performed were Ravel's Bolero, symphonies by Beethovan and Dvorzak, and piano concertos by Shostakovich and Rachmaninov.
Below, organiser Craig Lawton talks about how exhausting the programme was:
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road traffic collision on the A422 Brackley Road in Buckinghamshire.
It happened at approximately 5.10pm on Saturday around a mile out of Buckingham.
A red/silver Aprilia motorcycle travelling towards Buckingham on the A422 was in collision with a black Skoda Octavia travelling in the opposite direction, towards Brackley.
The rider of the Aprilia, a 31-year-old man from Milton Keynes suffered multiple injuries and sadly died at the scene.
The driver of the Skoda Octavia, a 62-year-old man from Aylesbury was treated for shock at the roadside.
Two other motorbikes, a white/black MV Augusta F4 and a red Suzuki GSF believed to be in convoy with the Aprilia were also involved with one rider receiving treatment for minor injuries and the other for shock.
Any witnesses are asked to come forward.