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
British Airways is to buy an extra 18 Dreamliner planes with a major boost to the local economy.
The deal is thought to be worth more than £3bn. Many parts for the Boeing 787 are made in the South and shipped to America where the plane is assembled.
The news has just been announced by BA parent company International Airlines Group. British Airways 787s will be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 engines. The engine order includes a comprehensive maintenance package with total care agreement.
They've become part of every day life - we use them for work, as cameras and video recorders - to go on the internet and for the reason they were invented.... to make phone calls. The humble mobile was invented 40 years ago. Fred and Amanda have been trying them out.
Forest were chasing a club record-equalling seventh straight win but it looked like manager Billy Davies would taste defeat for the first time in eight games when Will Buckley put the visitors back in front with five minutes remaining.
Poyet though had sympathy for the goalkeeper and said: "To begin with I thought the shot must have taken a deflection but when I've seen it again I nearly killed myself!
– Gus Poyet, Manager Brighton & Hove Albion
When you are a keeper you pay the price and Casper has done that today. He was having a very, very good game, making two or three good saves, coming for crosses and kicking very well.
After months of training at sea and one billion pounds of investment, the newest member of the Royal Navy was welcomed into the fleet in Portsmouth today. Sally Simmonds reports.
A world class training facility for our military men and women - teaching them how to defuse bombs - has been launched in Oxfordshire today.
The Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training Regiment at Bicester will teach students how to find, and 'make safe' explosive devices. Divya Kohli reports.
The Government is claiming a High Court victory tonight over the high speed rail link - HS2 - and its legal fight with protesters. Andrew and Stacey link to our Transport Corespondent, Mike Pearse.
Government says it will hold new consultation on HS2 property compensation following High Court ruling.
They say it will not delay the project and "it is full speed ahead. "
A lawyer from the firm who represented High Speed 2 Action Alliance (HS2AA) - who won a case against the government today - expressed delight over the victory on the compensation challenge.
– Richard Stein, Leigh Day law firm who represented HS2AA
This was never a Nimby argument. Many thousands of people living along the route will not be able to sell their homes for some 15 years because their homes are blighted.
They should not have to bear the burden for this national project.
We hope now that proper arrangements are put in place by the Government for compensation for those who live by the proposed HS2 route to make it possible for them to move if and when they wish, in the same way that the rest of us can.
Mr Justice Ouseley said "The Secretary of State did not provide consultees with enough information about the property compensation scheme. "