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Robots revealing secrets of the seas

They aim to probe the depths and reveal the hidden secrets of our seas. And the National Oceanography centre in Southampton has been given three million pounds to help them do it. Their efforts will make the most of the very latest technology, with underwater robots leading the way. Our reporter Andrew Pate took the plunge today to find out more. And just a warning - there is some flash photography in this report.

One in four people with HIV 'don't know they have it' - full report

One in four people with HIV don't know they have it and are running the risk of passing the disease on to other people - that's according to a new report.

On 'National HIV Testing Week' figures reveal Brighton continues to have the highest rate of infections in the country, outside London, with numbers way beyond the national average.

Andy Dickenson meets one man diagnosed with HIV who is taking his message into local schools and colleges.

Andy speaks to Carl Churchman and Sue Riley of Positive Voices, and Ben Shelley and Kimberly Kabuchi from Terrence Higgins Trust.


Ground control to Major Tim: Fred explains HOW Sussex astronaut will wow the world

He's Britain's first official astronaut - and next month he's off to space for the first time. Tim Peake grew up in Chichester and more recently lived in Salisbury. But for six months he'll be staying on the international space station.

The former Army Test pilot blasts off on December the 15th. Over the past couple of years Fred has met up with our local space hero. And tonight Fred can let us know exactly what Major Peake will be up to.

Wind farm firm will not appeal

Campaigners fighting plans to build a wind farm off the south coast are celebrating after developers announced they WON'T appeal against the government's decision to reject it. The £3.5 billion Navitus Bay project would have seen up to 121 turbines off Dorset, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Andrew Pate has more,


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