For almost 15 years, petrol was cheaper than diesel. But this summer, for two months only the cost of diesel at the pump dropped below its counterpart.
Now though, the price of unleaded has dropped again. And diesel is once more the more expensive fuel.
Andrew Pate went to find out why - and what it means for us motorists here in the South.
A pedestrian has been seriously injured in an accident on the Isle of Wight.
It happened shortly after 10pm on Thursday, 8 October.
The pedestrian, a 29-year-old man, was taken by ambulance to St Mary's Hospital with serious injuries.
The driver was arrested and bailed until 30 October.
They have been springing up in fields and other locations across our region - and solar farms now operate in all of our counties,
One of the newest solar farms is at Tangmere in Sussex. It's been built by the local authority and can power hundreds of homes.
But, with changes on the horizon in government funding, it could be one of the last. Andy Dickenson reports.
Thames Valley Police are appealing for information after a fatal road traffic collision in Oxford this morning.
At approximately 12.35am, a silver Ford Focus was travelling along the A40 from Oxford to Cassington when it was in collision with a pedestrian.
The pedestrian, a 19-year-old woman, died at the scene. Her next of kin have been informed.
Police would like to speak to anyone who has any information about the collision, or who saw the victim or the Ford Focus before the collision, or a black C63 Mercedes which may have been nearby.
The A40 is closed between the Eynsham roundabout and the Wolvercote roundabout and is likely to remain closed for the next few hours.
The world's most valuable biscuit is to be sold at auction in Wiltshire. It could fetch up to £10,000.
The Spillers and Bakers 'Pilot' biscuit survived the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. The biscuit was part of a survival kit stored within one of the lifeboats and was kept as a souvenir.
It will go under the hammer at Henry Aldridge & Son auctioneers in Devizes, Wiltshire on 24 October.
The biscuit was kept by a passenger on board the SS Carpathia which went to the aid of survivors from Titanic.
He put the biscuit in an envelope with a note, saying the snack was from Titanic.
The A31 was closed both ways after an accident involving a van and a horse. There were loose horses on the road between the B3047 Alresford Road and and the B3404. The road was closed while the animals were rounded up.
The campaign to bring high speed rail to the South East coast is gaining pace, as councils get set to publish a report on the potential economic benefits.
The specialist research investigates the possible financial impact of extending the HS1 'Javelin' service from Ashford to Hastings.
Seaford Town Council and Sussex Wildlife Trust have welcomed back sheep and cattle to graze at its Seaford Head nature reserve.
It's the second time the animals have been brought in to manage the land.
The twenty nine sheep and three cattle will help to control the vegetation.
Gatwick has recorded its busiest ever September, with four million people travelling through the airport.
Managers say they expect to hit another record this year, the 40 million annual passenger mark. They say it's another reason the site should be expanded instead of Heathrow.