Hampshire is launching its Poppy Appeal today. The Royal British Legion will be handing out the red flower, joined by members of the Armed Forces. Money raised goes towards the charity's work with serving personnel, veterans and their families.
Eurotunnel is due to announce its latest income and passenger figures this morning. Last year the company's profits almost doubled, driven partly by the UK's improved economy, The firm will reveal its revenue and traffic figures for the third quarter of 2015.
The average cost of having a child has gone up over the last 12 years - with estimates that parents will have to fork out £230,000 from the time a child is born until the age of 21. David Wood reports.
The chewed end of a cigar smoked by Winston Churchill in his hospital bed is expected to fetch up to £1000 at auction in Dorset today.
The former Prime Minister smoked it in 1962 while was recuperating from a fractured hip. Smoking was allowed in hospitals at that time and the stubbed out cigar was saved by a student nurse and kept in a paper bag.
It will go under the hammer in Dorchester.
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Shoppers are being warned to look after their purses and wallets after a rise in thefts.
Since August, police have received 17 reports of purse thefts in Basingstoke town centre. In most cases, they happened in crowded areas, when someone is distracted for a few moments.
In some cases, thieves managed to get hold of card PINs and withdraw money before the owners reported the card stolen.
On Saturday, a 75-year-old woman's purse was stolen while shopping with a friend and even though she cancelled her cards quickly, £1000 in cash was withdrawn in the minutes before she reported it.
Officers believe the thefts are connected and are appealing for anyone with information to call Sergeant Trevor Taylor on 101.
For almost 15 years, petrol was cheaper than diesel. But this summer, for two months only the cost of diesel at the pump dropped below its counterpart.
Now though, the price of unleaded has dropped again. And diesel is once more the more expensive fuel.
Andrew Pate went to find out why - and what it means for us motorists here in the South.
He was perhaps Britain's best known scientist. A star-gazer like no other. But when Sir Patrick Moore died three years ago, he left behind his telescope, book collection, globe and that famous monacle of course.
Today many of his possessions were auctioned off in Sussex, near where he lived - and died. Sally Simmonds went along to the auction house.
It's been described as the biggest eyesore in Dover but work to remove it from the landscape is finally underway.
Burlington House is being demolished but not in the usual way. The thirteen storey office block in Townhall Street is full of asbestos so needs to be stripped from the inside out. David Johns has been to see how the process will happen.
He speaks to demolition contractor Eric Rosay and Kevin Charles from Dover District Council.
Drivers in Kent, East Sussex and Essex are making more claims for pothole damage to their cars than motorists in many other parts of the country.
But new research from the RAC Foundation shows these councils settle fewer claims than most other authorities.
In Essex, just 5% of drivers received compensation, in Kent it was 8% and in East Sussex, 15% of drivers who made a claim received a pay-out.
Abigail Bracken reports from Hawkhurst.