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It's one of the most prestigious medieval tournaments in the worlds and the largest of its kind in Europe. Thousands of spectators will watch jousting and knights in hand-to-hand combat at Arundel Castle in Sussex this week.
Andy Dickenson took a look behind the scenes and spoke to Andreas Wenzel, a knight marshal, knights Phillip Leitch and Ben van Koert and rider Kyle van Dolah.
Surgeons have created a new knee operation which could prevent the development of arthritis.
The procedure, which is being trialled in Southampton, includes coating damaged cartilage with stem cells.
The video, courtesy of University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, talks through how the operation works with surgeon Mr Gorav Datta.
Energy regulator Ofgem has agreed an additional £3.3 million from companies SSE and UK Power Networks after an investigation into how they dealt with last year's winter storms.
The money will go to organisations that played a key role in helping vulnerable customers who suffered power loss.
The firms have already paid out £4.7 million and committed to improvements.
Severe weather over Christmas 2013 saw power cuts affect nearly a million homes and Ofgem has today put the industry on notice that any repeat of last year's performance issues will trigger further action.
Scottish and Southern Energy's payout totals £2.3 million to the British Red Cross, Age UK, National Energy Action, Macmillan Cancer Support, and to a new community fund.
Distributor UK Power Network totals paid £1 million to the British Red Cross, the Royal Association for Deaf People, Carer's Trust and Citizens Advice.
Energy provider Scottish and Southern Energy and distributor UK Power Network have agreed to pay out a total £8 million over their handling of last year's winter storms.
An additional £3.3 million has been secured by regulator Ofgem after the £4.7 million already paid out to customers over "exceptional" storms last Christmas in the south of England.
Energy regulator Ofgem is to more than double the minimum compensation payment for households that suffer power losses due to severe weather.
Affected customers will now receive at least £70 if they experience an outage of more than 24 hours.
The jury in the trial of a man accused of murdering Oxfordshire teenager Jayden Parkinson, is due to resume its deliberations today.
The 17-year old was found in a grave near her Didcot home last December.
Ben Blakely, who is 22 and from Reading admits killing her but denies her murder.
A former Conservative party leader from Kent says terminally ill patients should be able to die with dignity at home or in hospices rather than in hospitals. Lord Howard of Lympne says they're increasingly becoming the default option for elderley people, rather than being seen as a last resort.
A man who wasted hundreds of hours of police time after he falsely accused someone of raping him has been jailed for 16 months.
Robert Fisher told Kent Police he had been raped by another man in an Otford car park in 2012. But an investigation by detectives found he had made up the allegations, in order to seek revenge for a friend.
As a result of the allegations Fisher made, a man in his 30's was arrested as he returned from a holiday with his family.
During police interviews, Fisher admitted the allegations had been entirely fabricated and that he had never even met the man he had accused of raping him. He said his victim had previously made a complaint to police about one of his friends. Because of this, he wanted him to experience being arrested and the impact this would have on his life.
Kent Police Detective Constable Jeremy Taylor said:
– Detetive Constable Jeremy Taylor
We treat every allegation rape very seriously and work tirelessly to secure the evidence to prosecute offenders.
In this instance, Fisher clearly perverted the course of justice by inventing false claims about being raped. His reckless actions have not only caused huge distress to the person identified as a suspect, but they have also wasted an estimated 200 hours of police time, at least. This is valuable time which could have been used to help genuine victims of crime.
Police have released this CCTV image of three men who threatened staff in a Horsham shop before stealing £10,000 worth of cameras.
The robbery took place at Jessops in Swan Walk just after 4pm on Wednesday 25 June.
Police are hoping someone may recognise the suspects and come forward with information.
All the items have unique serial numbers and police are keen to hear from anyone who may have been offered cameras or lenses in suspicious circumstances.
Detective Constable John Hord, of West Sussex CID, said:
– Detective Constable John Hord
This was a terrifying incident for staff. While no one was hurt, the men threatened to cause them serious harm. They ripped cameras and lenses from displays before making off.
We believe the three men had visited the shop earlier the same day and so we'd also like to hear from anyone who may have seen them or knows who they are.