Work begins today to remove toll booths at the Dartford Crossing in preparation for the launch of its new payment scheme.
This video shows shoppers fighting for a bargain in the Tesco supermarket in Havant trying to grab a Black Friday deal.
And the rush for Christmas shopping gets underway in earnest today as people take advantage of the US-Inspired sales bonanza that follows Thanksgiving.
Many retailers are introducing heavy discounts. Last year a quarter of shoppers bought an item in the so-called 'Black Friday' sales.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are visiting Berkshire today. They're due to take a tour of Holyport College near Windsor where they'll meet staff and pupils. The Royal Party will visit classrooms, a science laboratory, a boarding house and the dining area. The Royal Party will then move to the College sports hall, where The Queen will unveil a plaque to mark the visit and the official opening of the school.
Holyport College is a co-educational day and boarding school for students aged 11 to 19 years. It is a state-funded 'free school,' which opened in September 2014. The first pupils entered the school in Years 7 and 9, and the school will include a Sixth Form. Nearby Eton College is the school's academic sponsor, bringing educational experience and pastoral expertise to Holyport College. Pupils from Holyport College are able to use some of Eton's facilities, notably for sport. A number of pupils and staff from Eton College will be present during the visit.
Sussex Police are trying to find the owners of a valuable chalice, which they believe might have been taken from a church or similar establishment, The yellow metal chalice, which has purple beaded jewels on it in a cross shape, was found in a car when officers stopped it in Dyke Road, Brighton, on 13th September.
PC Kathryn Waterman said; "If you know who this chalice belongs to, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 101"
A 63-year old Horsham man was arrested on suspicion of dishonest handling and possession of an offensive weapon. He is on police bail until l7 December while enquiries continue.
Work begins today to remove toll booths at the Dartford Crossing in preparation for the launch of its new payment scheme. "Dart Charge" will see the end of cash payments and aims to reduce traffic.
It means the barriers will be scrapped and drivers will pay the charge by phone, post or online.
The roadworks will continue until spring 2015 when drivers will feel the full benefit of the changes through quicker journey times.
Until then drivers can expect some delays but all work is being planned to minimise disruption. During construction temporary speed limits and road layouts will be in use so drivers should follow instructions on road signs.
Bournemouth has been named the UK's best coastal resort for the second year running. The British Travel Awards - the Oscars of the industry - saw over a million votes cast by members of the public. Bournemouth had to see off tough competition to win Gold, with Tenby in Silver and Bude in Bronze position. Other nominees included Blackpool, Brighton, Newquay, Scarborough, St Ives, Weymouth and Whitby.
5-million people visited Bournemouth for the day last year, with another million staying overnight. Tourism is worth £495 million to the local economy
A pedestrian has suffered serious head injuries after falling into a river in Dorset.
Police say a small light coloured car driving towards the Bridport area caused two people walking nearby to move out the way- one of them fell through railings and into the River Brit.
It happened on Bridport Road close to the junction with Whitcombe Road at 11pm on Thursday night.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
A new accommodation block opens at Southampton General on Monday to house relatives of children in the hospital. The 53 bedroom house cost 7 million pounds to build and will cost half a million a year to run. Famillies who've used the so called Ronald McDonald houses elsewhere say they're invaluable.
Many families travel long distances to get medical help for their children at Southampton General. The new accommodation aims to take away some of the stresses for relatives. All rooms have a direct line to the children's ward in case of emergency.