The family of a motorcyclist, killed by an 86-year-old man driving the wrong away along the M20 in Kent, are calling for a crackdown on elderly motorists unfit to drive.
Leonard Pettifer, who had failing eyesight, has been jailed for 18 months for causing the death of former police driving instructor Michael Copleston.
Mr Copleston's widow and son have today launched a campaign for the compulsory medical screening of drivers over 70. John Ryall reports.
Health experts are calling for tighter regulation of cosmetic injections, like botox and dermal fillers.
The procedures can lead to blindness and infection if they're not carried out correctly, but the market is largely unregulated and there's no legal requirement for practitioners to be trained or qualified. Andrea Byrne has been finding out more.
Loneliness is quite often associated with the winter and Christmas, but a charity helpline for older people says it's seen a rise in the number of calls so far this summer. We have a report and an interview with Dame Esther Rantzen who funded the charity, The Silver Line.
Pupils from Longhill High School in Brighton, who are among the first to sit reformed GCSE exams this year, share their thoughts as they nervously await their results...
This week we've been following a British war veteran - as he returns to the Falklands for the first time since the conflict in 1982.
Over the past couple of days Aldershot paratroooper Dave Baker - together with ITV reporter Jess Dunsdon has retraced his steps of combat and been reunited with the civilians he helped to liberate.
He has been taking part in the Falklands special liberation day service - to mark the 35th anniversary of the war.
Bus passengers were reported to be trapped after an accident in Southampton. It happened at the junction of Shirley Road and Cawte Road just before midday. A Hyundai ca was also involved. Some of the elderly passengers were unable to leave the bus.