A post mortem examination has been carried out on a body found in a lake in Dorset by police investigating the disappearance of mother-of-four, Samantha Henderson, from her home in Corfe Castle last week.
Police are keen to find anyone who may have seen Samantha Henderson's blue Peugeot 307 estate car with the licence plate registration HV04 ZFM being driven in the areas around Ham Common or Corfe Castle between 3pm on Wednesday 21 January 2015 and 5pm on Friday 23 January 2015.
There is disruption for rail passengers after a landslip between Leamington Spa and Banbury. A limited bus service is running between the stations. Buses are also running between Banbury and oxford.
Chiltern Railways and Crosscountry passengers can use both services during the disruption.
The National Rail Enquiries Service is advising that passengers can follow the incident by using the hashtag #BanburyTrains on social media.
People living on a street in Southampton which has been filmed for a controversial television series have been protesting outside the headquarters of Channel Four.
They say the programme "Immigration Street" will have a negative impact on the community in and around Derby Road. And they're calling for it to be cancelled or changed. Richard Jones reports.
All sailings cancelled on Wightlink between Lymington and Yarmouth due to adverse weather conditions.
Coastal towns around the region will soon be benefitting from millions of pounds of government investment. One of the sites earmarked for restoration is Saltdean Lido near Brighton - five years since the start of a campaign to get it back in use. Andy Dickenson reports.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds have been invested, and now a major upgrade of Ramsgate Harbour is officially complete.
It's hoped the facelift will bring more boats, more visitors, and more money to the local area. David Johns reports.
M20 coastbound blocked due to incident between M25 J3 / A20 (Swanley Interchange) and J2 A20 / A227 (Wrotham Brands Hatch Circuit).
The British army is setting set up a specialist brigade that will be expert in the use of social media in the digital age, according to reports.
The new brigade, which will be made up of reservists and regular troops and based in Hermitage in Berkshire, is expected to be officially operational in April following a recruitment drive in the Spring.
An Army spokesman said the unit would "play a key part in enabling the UK to fight in the information age" and that it "consists of more than just traditional capabilities".
He added: "77 Brigade is being created to draw together a host of existing and developing capabilities essential to meet the challenges of modern conflict and warfare.
The new brigade is being named the 77th in tribute to the Chindits,a British guerrilla force led by Major General Orde Wingate against the Japanese in Burma during WWII, which used unorthodox tactics.