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Kent's new mobile chemotherapy unit is treating its first patients. It means cancer patients can be treated close to home, avoiding long journeys to hospital.
The £260,00 bus was donated to the East Kent Hospitals Trust by the charity Hope for Tomorrow. The unit is named 'Caron' after TV presenter Gloria Hunniford's daughter, who died of breast cancer in 2004. She spoke to Meridian about the benefits.
It's been a day of winners and losers for part of the Thames Valley. Children's centre's in Oxfordshire have been saved but £64m is to be cut from services over the next four years. Cary Johnston reports.
Video. The UK Border Force has already stopped fake goods worth millions of pounds from coming into the country. And it's warning shoppers to be careful about what they buy and where they buy it. Kerry Swain reports.
Prince William visited Aldershot today to give thanks to the 120 service men and women who have just returned from Afghanistan. Divya Kohli reports.
Throughout our region people have been paying tribute to Nelson Mandela. Richard Slee has been meeting those who are looking back at his life.
Police are trying to trace the owner of a prosthetic arm.
Detective Constable Adam Woolman, of Bournemouth CID, said: “During the course of an investigation police recovered a number of items from a second hand shop, including this arm. I believe this item may have been in a vehicle, either on or around November 25.
“It is a Nasco Life/form Advanced Injection Arm and is used for the training of taking blood samples from patients. Enquiries have already been made with local hospitals.
“It is an unusual article and we hope that someone recognises it and can help us to find the rightful owner."
Faversham was one of the areas affected by floods. Tom Savvides talks to homeowner Mike Ellmore and councillor Mike Henderson from Swale Borough Council.
It's never easy starting a new school but imagine if you don't even speak the language?
A new initiative is being rolled out across Hampshire to help children from different cultures.
Pupils from more than 40 schools have been trained as interpreters for new pupils who speak little English.
Mel Bloor has been to visit one school in Basingstoke where no less than 27 different languages are spoken.
Interviewees: Vicky Hopkins, Deputy Head, Fairfields Primary School and Anwen Foy, Hampshire Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service.
Prince Andrew was in Reading today to officially open the town's University Technical College.
The Duke of York was also given a tour of the facilities and met some of the students.
Interviewees: Prince Andrew and Principal Joanne Harper.