Sunday's weather update for the west with PhilippaRead the full story ›
Philippa has Sunday's weather for the westRead the full story ›
A family from Kent have spoken of their "overwhelming relief" after hearing from their son who it was feared might have been among the victims of the Nepal earthquake.
Sebastian Lovera, of Springwell Road, was trekking towards the Mount Everest base camp when the earthquake hit.
But today his mother and step-father spoke of their relief that he has now made contact with them.
It's believed he is intending to stay in Nepal to help the rescue effort.
Meanwhile a Brighton woman who had been feared missing has also made contact with her family
Tara Bradshaw, of Queens Park Road, is travelling in the country before doing a master’s degree next year.
The 24-year-old’s boyfriend Alex Parry posted a message on Google’s Person Finder in a bid to track her down.
There was good news too about the contingent of British Gurkhas climbing at Everest. All are safe.
The 7.8 magnitude earthquake destroyed homes, businesses and temples in the capital of Kathmandu and around 2,000 people are now believed to have died, including 53 in India and 17 in Tibet.
The quake also triggered a massive avalanche on Mount Everest killing 18 people and injuring at least 30 climbers. Many climbers are still missing.
Cloud and rain first thing but it will gradually dry up from the north west. Becoming bright in the west, staying quite cloudy in the eastRead the full story ›
Rain becoming more persistent overnight. The rain gradually clearing tomorrow morning then sunny spells for the afternoon, feeling coolerRead the full story ›
Becoming brighter with warm sunny spells but also the risk of heavy showersRead the full story ›
Saturday morning's weather for the west of the regionRead the full story ›
South West Surrey is a largely rural constituency which includes the towns of Farnham, Godalming and Haslemere.
The seat has been held by the Conservatives since its creation in 1983.
It is currently represented by the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt. In 2010, he secured 33,605 votes - a majority of more than 16,000. The turn-out was 74.8% - one of the highest in the country:
A coroner has expressed concern over a bedside cot after a newborn baby from Haywards Heath was killed while she slept.
Seven-week-old Grace Roseman died while using a crib which could be joined onto her parents' bed.
She had manoeuvred herself over the edge of the Bednest - cutting off the supply of oxygen to her brain.
‘We are greatly saddened and extend our heartfelt condolences to Grace’s parents.
We are doubly upset to hear this news, since the concept behind Bednest’s design is first and foremost about baby health and safety and came originally from highly experienced neo-natal nurses.
It is not the case that the coroner has called the cot “dangerous” and asked for it to be withdrawn.
The coroner has highlighted that all safety guidelines for the correct use of the crib are laid out in the instruction manual, but due to a growing second-hand market for our Bednest cribs, these instruction manuals may not be passed on. This may be, sadly, what happened with Grace’s crib.
We are now considering displaying basic instructions on the side of the crib itself.'
Friday night's forecast for the west of the regionRead the full story ›