Street artist Banksy is making waves in Dover. A large mural by the artist has appeared on the side of a building in the town.
The artwork close to the town's ferry terminal features a workman on a ladder removing one of the bright yellow stars on the European Union flag
Now our Fred is a man of many talents, but not many know his jumping skills would give Skippy the bush kanagaroo a run for his money.
Watch as he shares all he knows with a class of pre-schoolers from Hambledon taking part in Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children.
We are thrilled that the children at Hambledon Pre-School took part in their very own Muddy Puddle Walk! It’s fantastic to have the support of Fred Dinenage too. By jumping in muddy puddles like Peppa Pig and raising money for Save the Children – they will help the world’s most vulnerable children to have a brighter future.
The first cygnets of 2017 have hatched at Abbotsbury Swannery - legend has it that the arrival of the first bird marks the start of summer.
This year there are around 100 nests at the site in Dorset and with each swan laying on average six eggs, hundreds of fluffy cygnets will emerge over the next six weeks.
The sight of the newly-hatched baby swans is good news for the Swannery, after an outbreak of bird flu in January.
It has been wonderful to see such a good number of pairs nesting.
It was largely the younger birds which were affected by avian flu, so the number of breeding pairs have been relatively unaffected.
The swans usually mate for life and we get to know each couple.
The Swannery is the only place in the world where visitors can walk through a colony of mute swans, see cygnets hatching and learning to swim and participate in mass feedings.
The swans lay their eggs at two day intervals and hatching takes place 35 days after the final egg of the clutch has been laid.
'Every day epic' is this year's theme at one of the most creative festivals in the South - the Brighton Festival.
31-year-old rapper, poet and author Kate Tempest is guest directing this year's event. She said she's excited for everything that's been planned but admits she's never done anything like it before.
Our reporter Andy Dickenson spoke to Kate about taking on such a challenge.
Two brown bears have just come out of hibernation for the first time at a wildlife park in Kent. They had never been able to hibernate before now because of the appalling conditions they experienced before being rescued.
The bears, who are brothers, are now wide awake and have been released into their large enclosure. Jenna Verdicchio reports.
The interviewee is Peter Smith from theWildwood Trust.
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