Local residents have successfully taken over a solar farm - making it the largest community owned solar farm in the world.
Roger Holmes and Rod Brown have restored a 50-year-old computer that takes up a whole room.
Sir Malcolm Campbell's historic Bluebird powerboat has been given a trial on Bewl Water in Kent
A computer hacker who infiltrated the Kent Police website has been jailed for two years. Maidstone Crown Court had heard that Lewys Martin was trying to impress fellow hackers.
In an unrelated case a hacker from South Essex has admitted breaking into the US air force computers at the Pentagon.
Experts say cyber crime is one of the greatest criminal threats to society in the future. Sangeeta Bhabra spoke to cyber security expert Dr Julio Hernadez-Castro from the University of Kent at Canterbury.
Freeview viewers in the Salisbury area and the Isle of Wight will need to re-tune their TV equipment today as airwaves are cleared for the roll-out of faster mobile broadband.
TV services will be subject to disruption early this morning as channels including BBC One, BBC Two, ITV3 and QVC are moved to new frequencies. Work at the main Salisbury transmitter is expected to be completed by 6am and viewers can retune at any point after this.
Services from the Ventnor, Winterborne Stickland and Brighstone relay transmitters may by off-air or subject to breaks until mid-afternoon. Once these resume, anyone missing channels should retune their TV or digital box to get them back.
The South East is facing a massive water shortage over the next 30 years and will need a series of radical measures to address the problem. John Ryall reports.
Thousands of holidaymakers will be getting partial refunds - after being told the new Dreamliner planes won't be ready in time for the busy summer season. Today, Boeing said the Dreamliners can now fly, although it doesn't know when. Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
Boeing today confirmed the safety problems with the 787 Dreamliner have been resolved but can't say when British airlines will fly them. We have an interview with Larry Loftis from Boeing.
The company say they are working as fast as possible to resume deliveries. It's not expected that Thomson, the UK launch airline, will get them in time for the busy summer season. Thousands of passengers had booked and paid a £10 supplement to fly on the planes.
A science project organised by a school in Kent has reached new heights. Sevenoaks School holds a "science week" each year and this time they sent cameras up to the edge of space on a weather ballon - and despite a hiccup over Belgium, have brought back some amazing images.
David Johns explains, talking to physics teacher Elizabeth Harper-Clark, and Head of Science Graeme Lawrie.
A group of students who've built an aeroplane from scratch got to try it out today. The project is part of a scheme to get children involved in engineering. Mike Pearse joined the students at a Hampshire airfield to see if all their hard work has paid off.
He spoke to the pupils and Sir Roger Bone from Boeing.
The first phase of the world's largest offshore windfarm is up and running. The final turbine at the London Array in the Thames Estuary has now been commissioned which means that all of them are exporting power to the national grid.
With all turbines now exporting power to the national grid, London Array is expected to produce enough green electricity to power nearly half a million homes a year.
Video: Speed cameras aimed at cutting congestion on the M25 and the M3 have not worked since 2009 - and the Highways Agency says it has no idea when they will, ITV Meridian reveals today.
Speed cameras aimed at cutting congestion on the M25 and the M3 have not worked since 2009 and the Highways Agency says it has no idea when they will, ITV Meridian reveals today.
The cameras were introduced in 2005 and speeds are cut at busy times to ease the flow of traffic. The Highways Agency admit technical problems which they say they are working to address.
Paul Watters, of the AA says the project has seemed to "wither on the vine".