Winchester Crown Court today heard a statement from the mother-of-five's husband, Peter Davis. In it, he described the moment he found Pennie's body in a field in the New Forest last September.
One lane closed due to multi-vehicle accident on M20 coastbound between M25 / A20 (Swanley Interchange) and J2 A20 / A227 (Wrotham Brands Hatch Circuit).
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglar broke into a vulnerable pensioner's home as she slept.
The 81-year-old was woken by the sound of her doorbell in Boundary Road, Crawley, at about 11.30am on Saturday 7 February.
The victim, who was in bed, then watched as a man entered her bedroom and began searching through her cupboards.
He took a gold and pearl necklace but then left.
Police have prepared an efit of a suspect.
He is described as white, 25 to 30 and plump or stocky. He had thick bushy eyebrows, a swarthy complexion, stubble on his chin and dark eyes.
He was wearing dark clothing.
Sussex Police launched Operation Magpie to tackle burglary across the county.
Three former teachers are accused of abusing pupils - at the former Swaylands School in Penshurst, which closed down in the early 1990s.
One was abused on the day he arrived, a jury at Maidstone Crown Court was told. The men deny the charges against them. Derek Johnson reports.
Our presenters Cary Johnston and Sarah Gomme spoke to Hampshire Police Federation chairman John Apter and Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Hayes.
The Federation say the cuts could see the end of bobbies on the beat as police officer numbers are reduced.
The Police and Crime Commissioner says he is committed to the future of neighbourhood policing but says he fears the continued level of cuts nationwide will impact police presence on the streets.
Police in Sussex are investigating two separate - and substantial - thefts of wine in the county.
This week, over £3000 worth of sparkling wine was stolen in Pease Pottage. Last week, a warehouse in Bolney was the target as Nashreen Issa reports.
The jury in the trial of three people charged in connection with the murder of Pennie Davis has been hearing evidence from her former partner.
The mother-of-five was found dead in a field in the New Forest last September.
There are three people on trial - who all deny the charges. As Emma Wilkinson reports from Winchester Crown Court, it was an emotional day for her family.
Plans to evict a paralysed man from accommodation that gives him round-the-clock help are being described as "disgraceful" and "inhumane" by his local MP.
Simon Gray, who broke his neck two years ago, is being cared for in Burgess Hill. He says a decision to move him to a more independent home 25 miles away will rob him of his vital support network.
A lorry driver who smuggled 645 kilos of tobacco into Dover's Eastern Docks has been jailed for 10 months.
Constantin Macarie, 50, was arrested by Border Force officers in January, who discovered 645 kilos of hand-rolling tobacco in his lorry.
The tobacco was hidden amongst a cargo of metal building materials concealed within four shrink-wrapped packages.
After the arrest, HM Revenue and Customs found that £116,000 of duty was evaded.