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Pedestrian, 20s, killed in collision with car

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A man in his twenties has died in a collision involving a car in Hampshire. The pedestrian was walking in the Highlands Road area in Fareham shortly after midnight. He was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed.

Hampshire Police say that a man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

The incident happened on Highlands Road, which has been cordoned off between Gudge Heath Lane and Slow Crescent. The road is not due to open until at least 8 o'clock this morning.

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CCTV released after assault that put man in coma

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Police have released CCTV of two men they want to speak to as part of an investigation into an assault which put a man into an induced coma.

Three men who were walking through the Above Bar area in Southampton around 4am on Saturday 17th December were involved in an altercation with five other men.

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Two men from the group of three received minor injuries, but the other was left with a fractured skull and was in an induced coma.

He is now recovering slowly after the incident outside the Golden Touch amusement arcade and the Nationwide on Above Bar Street.

Anyone who recognises the men is asked to call Hampshire Police on 101 quoting 44160474610.

Union called off strike ballot because of mix-up with voting papers

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The train drivers union ASLEF was forced to call of its ballot for strike action at Southern at the weekend because voting papers were sent to some of the wrong members, it is understood. It would have meant the result would have been open to a legal challenge by the company.

The ballot over drivers closing train doors started on Friday and was halted the following day.

The union executive will meet today and is expected to order a new ballot with strike a tom possible around Christmas.

Drivers are being balloted on plans for so-called DOO, driver only operation. They will in future close train doors rather than guards which it is claimed is unsafe. Southern say that is not true and want guards to spend more time with passengers.

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