Two men have absconded from Ford Prison in Sussex. The pair haven't been seen since Thursday morning (2 July).
Lee Fudge, 29, was jailed for life in 2007 for the robbery of a BP garage in Kent. He has links to Gravesend and Birchington in Kent.
Chatfield, 39, was jailed for four years for burglary in August 2014 after he broke into a home in Guildford, Surrey.
He has links to Surrey, in particular Guildford, Albury and Leatherhead, and to Farnborough in Hampshire.
The Port of Dover remains open as normal with regular sailings following a series of industrial action in France.
As the Port of Calais continues to operate two berths only, P&O Ferries continues to run a full service to Calais, whilst DFDS Seaways operates a full service to Dunkerque, with an additional vessel diverted to the route to help accommodate heavy traffic.
There are delays of up to 40 minutes on P&O Ferries between Dover and Calais.
Passengers should check in on time.
It comes after Operation Stack on the M20 in Kent was stood down this afternoon as the Port of Calais re-opens as usual.
A dog who was put down after being dumped in the street with a tumour that was so infected and sore, the animal couldn't sit down.
The chocolate labrador was found outside a shop in High Road in Basildon in Essex at around 9.30am on Saturday 27th June.
The dog had a very large ulcerated tumour to his rump, as well as a testicular lump, and was clearly suffering.
The dog warden from the council was called, and took him straight to the vet, who very sadly said the kindest thing to do was put the dog to sleep to end further suffering.
The RSPCA are appealing for information as it is not known how long he had been there.
Would you risk your child being expelled from school to save money on your summer holiday? That's the threat parents at one school face if they take their children away during term.
The headteacher of Fleetdown primary in Dartford told us fining parents sixty pounds was no deterrent at all. Instead Angela Konarzewski says she's ready to expel children if they take a break when they should be at school.
Many parents have reacted angrily saying they can't afford to go away in school holidays.
David Johns reports, speaking to the headteacher and parents outside the school.
The final turbines are being installed at an offshore windfarm in the Thames Estuary. Phase two of the Kentish Flats scheme off the coast near Whitstable is almost complete. A total of forty five wind turbines could power seventy five thousand homes each year. Tom Savvides talks to project director Matthew Green and Gunnar Groebler from the company Vattenfall.
The South fell silent for a minute at midday and flags flew at half-mast to commemorate the thirty eight people murdered in the Tunisia beach attack a week ago.
We remembered thirty British dead including a pensioner from Tadley near Basingstoke.
The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prime Minister paid silent tribute. They delayed play at Wimbledon and stopped rowing at Henley. Heads were bowed at churches and village halls and schools across the South. Andrew Pate has our report..
Southern trains have said they 'do not understand' why the RMT has decided to take strike action in July, the train line has less than three weeks of its franchise left.
It comes as the rail union plans to strike, affecting some services across the Thames Valley next week in a row over pay.
The Royal Hussars, The Royal Horse Artillery, the Household Cavalry and the Princess Royal all turned out in Romsey today to honour a horse.
But it was a very special horse cast in bronze to commemorate the long and valuable service of the animals in war in Romsey.