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A child sex offender - who police say 'presents a risk to the public' - is still missing. But detectives say he WILL be found.
A manhunt is underway across Dorset - and beyond - for David Chadwick.
The 58-year-old was last seen on Wednesday lunchtime at Weymouth railway station. He boarded a train to Moreton, near Wool - arriving in Moreton at 12:40pm.
It's thought he could be sleeping rough - and extensive house-to-house enquiries have been carried out.
Richard Slee reports.
'Don't take away our lifeline' - that's the plea from parents of children with learning difficulties in Newbury - after the council recommended cuts to respite care services.
On Monday, a fresh public consultation will begin on the second phase of cuts totalling £6.7m. Chris Maughan reports.
It was supposed to be an adventure holiday - an expedition to the Arctic Circle. But, it ended in tragedy when Horatio Chapple was killed by a polar bear.
But from his death, a powerful legacy has emerged, as his family launched a charity to create beautiful healing gardens at spinal injury units. The first, at Salisbury District Hospital, has been a great success - and today, plans were unveiled for another.
Horatio's mother, Olivia, has been speaking exclusively to Rachel Hepworth about her extraordinary son.
Many of our hospitals are struggling to recruit nurses so some health trusts have resorted to going abroad to get staff. Around one thousand nursing roles are available at hospitals across the south east. Dozens of Spanish and Greek nurses have just started new jobs at Medway Maritime Hospital in Gillingham. But managers say they need to fill three hundred more posts. Tom Savvides reports.
Eurotunnel's chairman and chief executive thinks Britain must remain part of the European Union when it votes in the Referendum - due this June.
Jacques Gounon was in Kent at the opening of a new freight check-in facility at Folkestone designed to get more lorries through the tunnel and take more traffic off the motorway.
The aim is to increase traffic flow through the Kent terminal by 300 vehicles per hour. This is part of the Terminal 2015 project, which includes expanding terminal capacity in Folkestone and Coquelles and putting three new freight shuttles into service.
Five new access lanes will bring traffic off the M20 at junction 11A.
We speak to Mr Gounon and to Damian Collins, MP for Folkestone & Hythe.
Police, searching for a convicted sex offender, believe he is in the Dorset area. The public have been warned not to approach him and dial 999. David Chadwick, 58 and from Weymouth, was recently released from prison, having been convicted of sexual offences against children in 2013. After breaching his licence conditions he is now wanted by police.
There are long delays on the M27 in Hampshire. A lorry has jackknifed between Junction 11 and Junction 12 for the M275.