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The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance has been given the all clear to resume flying.
It and other services were grounded for safety checks in light of the crash in Glasgow.
The Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance and the Thames Valley and Chiltern have yet to resume their services.
A police officer who died in a car crash this week has been described as "the best husband, a fantastic daddy and a passionate family man."
Detective Constable Adrain Grew suffered fatal injuries on Monday after his car was involved in a crash with a bus on the A21.
Adrian's family said, "On Monday night, our whole world caved in and we lost the most amazing man.
"Not only was he the best husband, a fantastic daddy, the best son, brother and friend, but he was also a dedicated and professional police officer who loved his job. It is difficult for us to contemplate life without him.
"Thank you to those who have expressed their respects. The generous messages of support and caring tributes mean a lot. Rest in peace Adrian, there's a huge hole in our lives without you."
Work colleagues have also spoken about Adrian.
Detective Inspector Jon Armory worked alongside Adrian in the Serious Organised Crime Unit and said, "He was a highly capable and well respected detective who worked on some of the most serious investigations within our county.
"Adrian had a very bright future ahead of him and was a fantastic colleague to work with. He will be sorely missed by all of us who knew and worked with him."
There's been mixed reaction to the Government's announcement that the new Thames crossing will not be built at Swanscombe. The decision paves the way for the possible building of a movie theme park.
We speak to John Burden of Gravesham Council, Paul Carter of Kent County Council and Richard Knox-Johnson from CPRE Protect Kent.
A 25 year old man has been arrested after a cannabis factory was found by fire crews tackling a blaze in Worthing.
Up to thirty fire fighters were at the property on Salisbury Road - when they discovered equipment used to grow the drug. Neighbours say they're "stunned". Charlotte Wilkins Reports.
Mrs Jayrusha Lewis today released a tribute to her husband who died after drinking what he thought was a pear juice drink. She said: "Joromie Lewis was a Royal Navy veteran, originally from St Vincent and the Grenadines.
"He was a devoted family - oriented man with a selfless attitude to help others, and always knew the right words and advice to give. His exemplary conduct and actions touched the lives and hearts of many. "He was a member of the Bridgemary family church."
The family has requested that their privacy is respected throughout this difficult time.
More than two hundred volunteers have knitted over a thousand squares to make a 400-metre long scarf for a submarine at a museum in Hampshire.
The community project involved knitters from the Women’s Institute, local churches, sheltered housing schemes and social knitting groups.
The giant scarf wrapped around HMS Alliance will be displayed for a few days, if the weather is good. In the New Year it will displayed in the Learning Centre at the Royal Navy Submarine Museum in Gosport.