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A man has been jailed for four and a half years after he robbed an elderly couple in Poole.
Marek Merrifield attacked the couple along Stalbridge Road in November 2013.
The 79-year-old woman was walking alongside her 84-year-old husband, who was in a mobility scooter, when Merrifield grabbed her handbag, causing her to fall backwards.
Her husband tried to help but Merrifield pushed him to the ground.
Detective Constable Will Burnett, of Bournemouth and Poole CID, said:
– Detective Constable Will Burnett
It was fortunate that they were not seriously injured, however, they were very shaken up and are only just coming to terms with what happened to them.
A woman has been convicted of manslaughter for the deaths of two children who died in a revenge arson attack.
Fiaz Munshi was accused of being involved in the 1997 attack in Magdalen Road, Oxford, which killed Majid Khan, 15, and his sister Anum Khan, eight.
Munshi, who is thirty eight, denied a charge of murder.
This afternoon a jury at Oxford Crown Court found her guilty of manslaughter.
Fiaz Munshi travelled with seven others to Amjad Khan's house after he broke off their relationship.
Petrol was squirted through the letterbox of the family home and set alight.
Five men were convicted as was Ms Munshi's sister Riaz who was also convicted of manslaughter.
Fiaz Munshi will be sentenced on Thursday.
The Royal Navy's last serving aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious makes her final entry into Portsmouth Harbour after 30 years in the fleet.
She is retiring earlier than many expected and her duties will be taken on by the helicopter carrier HMS Ocean.
Illustrious could be saved for the nation rather than being scrapped.
The MoD have asked for bids from people wanting to take her on.
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The MP for Gillingham and Rainham has been speaking to our Political Correspondent Phil Hornby, about plans to build an airport on the Thames Estuary, following a report by the British Trust for Ornithology.
Police are appealing for witnesses to an assault on a 52-year-old man who was attacked on the cycle track by the A23 at Gatwick. The victim was walking to the airport to fly home to see his family when the assault took place between 8.15pm and 9.30pm on Saturday 19th July.
He suffered head and shoulder injuries from being struck with an object from behind, facial injuries from being punched and bruising from being kicked on the ground.
A cyclist was seen to pass the victim just after the attack, travelling towards Gatwick's south terminal just before the cycle track passes under the terminal.
The mother of a teenager from Kent killed in a biking accident in a quarry is warning others of the dangers. Lisa Skone is backing a campaign launched in Sevenoaks today to make children aware of how dangerous quarries can be.
Last year six men drowned in them over a two month period during the warm weather. While another two died in disused quarries in May and June of this year. Quarry operators are asking people not to ignore warning signs and fencing.
Missing 15-year-old Caylan Park from Hailsham was found safe and well on Friday. Caylan had gone missing after last being seen at his home on Friday 11th July.
Tigers at Isle of Wight Zoo are keeping cool in the current hot weather. Indian tigers Diamond and Aysha who are both 15 are taking dips in their pool and have been given a toy octopus and whale to play with in the sunshine.