Monday night's weather for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
A 26-year-old doctor has contacted her family to say she and her husband are alive.
Rachel McDonald, 26, originally from Margate, got in touch with her family this morning.
A 22-year-old man has called home to say he is safe after his family lost contact with him after the earthquake in Nepal.
Sebastian Lovera, who is from Tonbridge, called his relieved family this morning to say he was fine.
Monday afternoon's weather for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
Monday's forecast for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
The Red Cross has released an official list of Britons missing following the earthquake in Nepal.Read the full story ›
It's been confirmed that Reading's first free school for secondary pupils WILL open in September this year, after a planning dispute was resolved.
The Wren School will move onto the former Elvian School site on Bath Road, ahead of its re-development.
"Having the school’s location confirmed is the best possible news and means that parents can be confident of our opening in September 2015.
"I very much look forward to leading the development of the school as we prepare to open."
Firm offer letters for students to accept a year 7 place have now been sent out confirming the school’s opening for this September. In addition, offer letters for teaching and non-teaching staff have been sent out.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service has sent 10 firefighters and officers to Nepal as part of relief effortRead the full story ›
Monday's weather for the west with PhilippaRead the full story ›
Sunday's weather update for the west with PhilippaRead the full story ›