Spring might still be a few weeks off, but the lambing season is already well underway. And sadly, that means many will fall victim to dogs allowed to run out of control.
Farmers say at least 100 have been killed so far this year and signs are being put up at fields where sheep are grazing to make dog owners more aware.
Richard Jones' report includes interviews with Farmer Andy Jackman, Terena Plowright from National Sheep Watch and James Osman, from the National Farmers' Union.
Critics say it has been a disaster and, tonight, are calling for our privatised rail network to return to public ownership.Read the full story ›
Thursday afternoon's weather for the east of the regionRead the full story ›
Thursday afternoon's weather for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
"Should we stay or should we go?" That referendum could be just months away now. The smart money's on June 23. So we're in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, where two of our euro-MPs say we need the EU more than ever; and two of them say we must go, and we won't get a second chance.
Catherine Bearder for the LibDems and Richard Howitt for Labour argue the case for Remain. Daniel Hannan, a Conservative, and Janice Atkinson who was in UKIP but's now an independent, put the case for Leave.
Thursday's weather for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
Thursday's weather for the east of the regionRead the full story ›
It's the busiest section of railway in Europe but a view passengers don't get to see! We put a camera in a South West Trains cab - and speeded it up.
Here is Waterloo to Wimbledon in 30 seconds.
The boss of South West Trains says rail privatisation has been a success but admits some trains are too overcrowded.
Tim Shoveller, the company's Managing Director, hit back at critics who say handing over the rails to the private sector - 20 years ago - was a disaster.
Mr Shoveller started his career as a guard at Guildford 25 years ago.
He says passenger numbers have doubled to over 600,000 a day and SWT is now by far the busiest commuter railway in Europe. He says there has been record investment.
But he admits trains are overcrowded at busy times and measures are needed to urgently reduce the problem. He spoke exclusively to our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse