Drones are the future of policing - according to Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner. Martyn Underhill says drones could revolutionise policing in the same way that police radios did in the 1960s. Dorset currently shares four of the unmanned devices with Devon and Cornwall Police to photograph crime scenes, road accidents and help in the search for missing people.
A man from Dorset has been arrested as part of a major investigation into the sale of fake airbags on eBay.
Hundreds of drivers of Honda cars have been contacted by police over fears the counterfeit airbags have been fitted to their vehicles and could be dangerous.
Officers arrested the 34-year-old man in Blandford this morning. And more than 100 airbags were found at a house in Poole. Sam Holder reports.
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The latest edition to the Brighton skyline has made it into the record books even before it is open. The British Airways i360 has just been awarded the Guinness World Record for the most slender tower in the world. Its unique construction means that, although iit is 160 metres tall, the tower is just less than four metres wide.
Britain's man in space has posted a stunning view of the sunrise from space.Read the full story ›
Astronaut Tim Peake has been in space for nearly a month and on Friday he will make his first spacewalk outside the International Space Station.
But you may recall that just before Christmas our very own Fred was privileged enough to visit the European Space Agency - and have a word with Tim just after he landed on the ISS.
While he was there, Fred had a good look around the training facility that Tim himself used to prepare for his six month mission - and even grabbed hold of the controls!
Here's the first of two special reports where Fred also speaks to Jules Grandsire of the ESA, Dr Rudiger Seine, head of training, bio-medical engineer Jennifer Struble and Eurocom's Andy Orth.
It's been revealed that an American company is talking to Dover Council about plans to build a communications tower - taller than The Shard - on the Kent coast.
It would stand at the site the old Richborough Power Station and would beam trading data cross-channel to the financial centres of Europe.
But any planning application will not get an easy ride. Iain McBride reports.
The countdown is on for local space hero Major Tim Peake. Just after 11am this morning the 43 year old father of two from Chichester will become the first British astronaut to be launched into space for 20 years.
The former army major will spend six months aboard the International Space Station. The Russian rocket will blast off from Kazakhstan's historic Launch Pad 1 from where the first man in space, Yuri Gagarin, rocketed into orbit in 1961.
It will take 8 minutes to get into orbit and around six hours to catch up with the space station 250 miles above earth. Tim and two other astronauts will go aboard at approximately 7 o'clock this evening
It's taken 6 years of hard work and training to get to this point. His intense training included living in a cave with other astronauts for seven days and spending 12 days underwater. Major Peake will say a final farewell to his wife Rebecca and young sons Thomas and Oliver. His parents have also travelled to support him.
He's been kept in quarantine for the last two weeks. Yesterday he gave a press conference alongside his two crew member colleagues from behind a glass partition. He said he's eagerly looking forward to his first glorious view of Planet Earth seen from space and hoped to be able to give his family a call on Christmas Day.
The countdown is on and blast-off is just a few hours away. Tomorrow, our local space hero, Major Tim Peake will board the International Space Station. Rachel Hepworth's report contains flashing images.