Thieves have stolen around 5,000 bottles of premium sparking wine from a Sussex vineyard. It accounts for about 15% of the business' annual production.
A teenager who threatened a man with a knife and threw a concrete block at a front door in Kent has been jailed for three years.
Rudy Little, who's 18 and from Matfield Road in Ashford, also tried to rob his victim of money and cigarettes.
He was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court.
They promise a spectacular show, "filled with magic", combining circus arts with music, dance and theatre.
"Circus Eloize" is coming to the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury and the Mayflower in Southampton, and David Johns has been along for a preview.
He spoke to performers Lea Toran Genner and Samuel Charlton.
David Cameron has promised more action to clamp down on child abuse. He says that a big change in culture is needed.
The Prime Minister has said there need to be "consequences" where professionals have failed in cases of child abuse.
David Cameron said: "At the end of the day, if professionals fail there need to be consequences. One of the problems in Rotherham is that there was failure after failure by social workers, by councillors, by council officials, and yes by the police, and not enough consequences flowed from that. It is very important that consequences flow."
This is the second time 'girl five' has felt strong enough to speak. The first was at the Old Bailey. Her ordeal began when she was just 11.
Disgraced former children's entertainer Rolf Harris has been stripped of his CBE, according to an official announcement in the London Gazette.
The Berkshire entertainer is serving a jail sentence for indecent assault.
Main points from press conference after Serious Case Review. Maggie Blyth, Independent Chair of Hampshire Safeguarding Children Board, addressed the press this morning.
Jim Leivers, Director of Children's Services with Oxfordshire County Council, says anyone reading the Serious Case Review will have an overwhelming sense of shock.
Drugs worth £7m have been seized from an ice cream lorry at Dover.
Border Force officers seized approximately 90 kilos of cocaine and 63 kilos of heroin at Eastern Docks
Officers stopped a Dutch-registered lorry carrying a load of ice-cream.
They searched the vehicle using a detector dog which showed interest in the rear of the vehicle.
The drugs were then discovered within the bodywork of the lorry.
The investigation into the seizure is being carried out by the National Crime Agency and a 30-year-old man from the Netherlands has been bailed for three months while their enquiries continue.
A new report today has revealed nearly 400 girls may have been victims of "indescribably awful child sexual abuse" in Oxfordshire and says authorities didn't believe some of the victims when they said they were being abused.
ITV News' Political Correspondent Emily Morgan reports on the findings of the serious case review which was released today: