Police in Dorset, searching for Samantha Henderson, have found a body in a lake in Poole. Officers have been searching woods around Corfe Castle after the disappearance of the 25-year-old.
We are often told how important it is to discuss health concerns with a doctor, and now a national cancer charity is encouraging men to do the same with their friends.
Today Prostate Cancer UK begins a new campaign, Keeping Friendships Alive. It wants men to see more of their friends, and talk about their health together.
To spread the message, it's opening a number of pop up pubs. Lauren Hall reports:
Police are appealing for anyone who saw Samantha Henderson's car, a blue Peugeot 307 estate car, to contact them. A body, believed to be that of Samantha, was discovered in a lake this afternoon.
The vehicle was last seen being driven in the Lake Pier and South Haven Close areas of Hamworthy between Wednesday 21 January and Friday 23 January.
Samantha’s partner Dominic Isom, 27, of Corfe Castle, has been charged with her murder.
Police, searching for the body of Samantha Henderson, disscovered a body in the lake at Ham Common.
The body is thought to be that of mother-of-four Samantha. Her next of kin have been informed.
The scene remains cordoned off while forensic investigators carry out their examinations. The search, off the A351 near Corfe Castle, is still ongoing.
Police in Dorset, searching for Samantha Henderson, have found a body in a lake in Poole.
Officers have been searching woods around Corfe Castle after the disappearance of the 25-year-old.
A man has been charged with murder
The government has set out plans to spend £100m on Portsmouth Naval Base.
The money would provide new docking facilities for two new aircraft carriers under construction.
The Chancellor George Osborne says that, as well as providing the navy with cutting edge warships, it would create and maintain jobs within the region's shipbuilding industry.
Even these days with websites and social media, our local newspapers are still an important part of our lives. Most of them, after being read from cover to cover, will end up being recycled.
Copies of the newspapers be papers will be kept forever by the British Library. Over the last year millions have been moved from the Library's old outdated building to a brand new one where they can be kept in better conditions. James Webster reports.
A man accused of burning down council offices, a funeral parlour, a luxury thatched cottage and his own home remained mute as he appeared in court.
Andrew Main appeared via video link from HMP Bullingdon, bowing his head and closing his eyes during parts of the brief hearing.
Although an indictment was not put to the 47-year-old, Main was previously charged with four counts of arson in relation to blazes at a thatched cottage in Quakers Corner, Roke Marsh, Roke Marsh Farm, where he lived with his father Raymond; Howard Chadwick Funeral Services in Crowmarsh Gifford, Wallingford; and the South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Council offices.
A judge at Oxford Crown Court heard that medical reports will be prepared on Main ahead of a fitness to plead hearing, which was scheduled for 10 April.