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Snow falls across the south

The Met Office has issued a warning for the south and south east of England to prepare for ice with further wintry showers.

Outbreaks of rain and sleet are expected today with possible snow on hills where a slight covering is possible.

More wintry showers will affect Kent overnight where some snow may settle on the North Downs.

The snow settles in Havant in Hampshire this morning Credit: Annette White
Snow settles in Botley in Oxfordshire Credit: Rachel Trafford
The outlook in Basingstoke in Hampshire this morning Credit: Vanessa West
A light dusting of snow in Tunbridge Wells in Kent Credit: Fiona Rich
Snow falls in Haslemere in Surrey Credit: Gaynor Ann Williams

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Fred meets the dogs, abandoned and left to die

Their desperate plight shocked animal lovers, not just here. but around the world. A dog and her eight pups were abandoned, weak with hunger - their coats so long and matted they looked like piles of discarded rubbish.

Thankfully all nine dogs are making a good recovery, though it's going to take time to overcome both physical and psychological problems.

They are are being cared for at rescue centres in Hampshire. Fred went along to see them.

Men United spread health message in pubs

We are often told how important it is to discuss health concerns with a doctor, and now a national cancer charity is encouraging men to do the same with their friends.

Today Prostate Cancer UK begins a new campaign, Keeping Friendships Alive. It wants men to see more of their friends, and talk about their health together.

To spread the message, it's opening a number of pop up pubs. Lauren Hall reports:

New library will look after millions of old newspapers

Even these days with websites and social media, our local newspapers are still an important part of our lives. Most of them, after being read from cover to cover, will end up being recycled.

Copies of the newspapers be papers will be kept forever by the British Library. Over the last year millions have been moved from the Library's old outdated building to a brand new one where they can be kept in better conditions. James Webster reports.

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