It has emerged today that Bob Higgins, the former Southampton football coach at the centre of historical child abuse allegations, came to the attention of football's governing body more than 25 years ago.
Today Dean Radford - a footballer who made accusations agains Mr Higgins in a documentary in 1997 - repeated those claims once again.
Bob Higgins was acquitted in 1992 on charges of indecent assault and has always denied any wrongdoing. He declined to speak to us today. Richard Slee has been talking to a former Southampton Football Club manager who worked with Mr Higgins.
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A lorry driver who caused a fatal crash in Hampshire in which two people were killed has been jailed for six years.
HGV driver, Keith Mees from Derbyshire, was driving on the M271 in Southampton when the incident happened. The court heard he had been looking at Facebook on his mobile phone just seconds before the crash occured in December 2015. A number of vehicles were involved in the accident including three lorries. The two victims had been travelling in a car.
A lorry driver who was using his phone when he caused a crash near Southampton, is due to be sentenced today.
Two people were killed on the M271 in December last year.
Keith Mees, who's forty nine, hit two other lorries and a car. He previously admitted two counts of causing death by dangerous driving.
Landmarks across the region and around the world are turning red tonight - to mark world aids day.
According to a survey by HIV charity, the Terrence Higgins Trust, many people are still misinformed about the virus.
Kevin Ashworth reports.
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A 29-year-old man arrested in connection with the criminal damage of poppy wreaths in Southampton has been detained under the Mental Health Act.
Police were called to the Cenotaph in Watts Park on Friday afternoon to reports that the poppy wreaths were being removed from the memorial.
The man has also been bailed until January 19th while investigations continue.
A33 The Avenue both ways blocked due to accident at Winn Road.
Police in North Yorkshire who were helping with the search for missing Southampton man Ethan Clark have found a body.
The identity of the man has not yet been established.
The family of Mr Clark have been informed of the discovery. Identification will take place in due course.