It's a bitter rail dispute that's causing travel misery for thousands of the South's commuters. Services on Southern Trains have been crippled for weeks due to an industrial dispute over the planned role of conductors.
Southern has revealed an average of almost 250 trains every day are being cancelled. Ahead of a third day of strike action next Tuesday, union leaders claimed that Southern bosses are deliberately cancelling trains.
But the company's chief executive denied that, saying it will now impose the changes. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
t's been 40 years since commercial ferry operations began in Portsmouth. The port has handled more than 90 million passengers, with nearly 26 million vehicles travelling via the Hampshire city to Europe. An extensive programme of land reclamation took place and the site opened in 1976
The region's cars of the future have been unveiled today. These images were released by Rolls Royce based at Goodwood and Mini based at Oxford.The cars can drive themselves and will have the latest technology.The concepts were revealed by parent group BMW, based at Farnborough.The company has been looking forward to the future as it celebrates 100 years.
Rolls Royce say it is the first time it has produced a concept car - and the vehicle will be the ultimate in luxury. But if you are a chauffeur it could prove to be bad news. The company say the car will drive itself.
But remember this is a concept car for the next 100 years, and not expected to be on our roads until 2040 - so don't worry too much just yet.
With online crime becoming an increasing threat for businesses, new figures from Get Safe Online and Action Fraud show that from March 2015 - March 2016, a total of £1,427,521 was reported lost by businesses in Dorset to online crime.
This comes as across the country, Action Fraud saw a 22% increase from 30,475 in 2014 - 2015, to 37,070 crimes reported in the last year.
A new task group of councillors is being set up to drive forward plans to regenerate Aldershot town cente. The former Marks and Specer store is one of four areas which has been earmarked for development. The new group will try to encourage investment in the area.
A demonstration has been held at Brighton railway station by passengers calling for an end to ongoing disruption.
Southern wants to increase the number of driver only-operated services but the RMT union claim safety and jobs would be at risk. Southern say jobs and safety are not at issue.
A new strike has now been announced for Tuesday next week after talks broke down at ACAS.
Workers on Southern Railway are to stage a fresh strike on 21 June in the row over staffing, the company announced.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union has been in dispute over the role of conductors, and its members have already taken strike action.
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Gatwick has opened its biggest ever improvement scheme. Around £186 million has been spent on its Pier 1 development that provides new bigger departure gates and a complete new baggage system for the South terminal.
The airport say it should cut delays and comes as new figures reveal a 5.8 per cent rise in passengers last month, and an all time record for an airport for a single runway. Gatwck saw over 41 million people come through the airport on the last year.
Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
Both sides in the Southern rail dispute are expected to hold peace talks next week.
The dispute is over changes to the role of the guard which has led to two strikes, affecting thousands of passengers.
Southern say they want to make guards more visible on trains. The union say it will mean guards losing duties that will put passenger safety at risk.
The Prime Minister's been to the country's oldest brewery today - Shepherd Neame, in Faversham. It was a little early in the day for a picture opportunity with a pint. But it was a good time, he told workers there, to get ready to vote to stay inside the European Union. That vote's due in less than three week's time. Business is best served, said David Cameron, by the single market and the EU - not by leaving. But as our reporter Andrea Thomas found out outside the brewery, many voters still don't know which way to vote.