A special service has been held in Hampshire today to mark the two hundredth anniversary of the Gurkhas joining the British Amry. Members of the Eastleigh Gurkha Association laid wreaths at the memorial gardens within Hilliers Gardens near Romsey. Our reporter Richard Jones was there
Troops from Three Six Engineer Regiment have been marching through Maidstone exercising their freedom of the borough. Some of the soldiers have recently come back from Nepal.
And as Andrea Thomas reports many of the troops still have one eye on the relief efforts in the country.
Police are growing increasingly concerned over a 16-year-old girl and a 51-year-old man who have been missing for a week.
Kaylie Hatton climbed out of a window at her grandmother's home in Sidcup, Kent, in the early hours last Saturday, police said.
She is believed to be in the company of a man police named as Fred Finch.
Detective Sergeant Graham Scott said the pair are "high-risk missing persons".
He said Kaylie had had an argument with her grandmother on the Friday night, and had then decided to leave in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Mr Scott said Kaylie is "distinctive" and could pass for a 21-year-old. She is described as a white female with long blonde hair which may have been dyed dark.
The teenager was last seen wearing a white top with a gold chain around the collar, black leggings and light brown/tan Timberland boots.
Finch, from Eltham in south east London, is described as a white man with short dark hair. He was last seen wearing a black/blue baseball cap, a black jacket, black jeans and black Nike trainers.
Troops from 36 Engineer Regiment have been marching through Maidstone exercising their Freedom of the Borough. Some of the soldiers have recently come back from Nepal. And as Andrea Thomas reports many of the troops still have one eye on the relief efforts in the country. She spoke to Lt Col Richard Walker, the Commanding Officer of the regiment and Mayor of Maidstone, Daniel Moriarty.
We're used to hearing about James Bond pulling off death defying stunts - and his namesake in Oxfordshire is no different.
Yes, at his heaviest, charity shop worker, James Bond from Bicester, tipped the scales at 46 stone. But after collapsing at work, James was told by doctors that unless he lost weight he might have just days to live.
And he did. James has since shed a staggering 24 stone - almost half his bodyweight. And what's even more impressive - he did it in little over a year. Mel Bloor has been to meet him.
Swindon Town Fans are preparing for a trip to Wembley tomorrow as the side take on Preston in the Play off final.
A place in the championship is up for grabs. Promotion would help the club hang on to some of their best players. And as excitement builds merchandice is selling out.
With final preparations are underway for tonight's Eurovision Song Contest, this years entry have admitted to being nervous performing in front of an worldwide audience of 200 million people.
Bianca Nicholas from Kent is one half of our entry for this year - Electro Velvet. But she says the duo have been working hard for the performance in Vienna tonight.
It can reach speeds of more than 400 miles per hour, covering a distance of 586 feet, the length of a football pitch, every second.
It's all part of preparations to beat the world record later this year on the famous Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, America.
In 1999, Richard Brown rode his rocket powered creation Mach 3 Challenger to an officially recorded speed of 332.887mph, the fasted speed at that time.
Since then the record has been set at over 370mph, and he's now attempting to win it back.
The speed tests will be taking place at Pendine Sands on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.