A first look at what's happening in the Meridian region with Amanda Piper. And to find out what the weather has in store for us today, Simon Parkin has Wednesday's forecast.
The Headlines:- Bank Arrests - 8 people have been charged in connection with suspected corruption and money laundering at a Berkshire bank. Thames Valley Police are investigating alleged offences at the Halifax Bank of Scotland's Impaired Asset team in Reading.
Robbery Questions - Rail passengers are being quizzed by detectives in the hope they may have information regarding two armed robberies in the New Forest. In the first one, a man was threatened at gunpoint.
School Opens - Classes will begin again at a Dorset school which was damaged by fire. Lytchett Minster School was hit by lightning. The building has been made safe but there are fewer classes, meaning pupils won't be able to attend every day.
More top news
The family of a cyclist who died after he was found with fractured skull and broken ribs has received apology from Chief Constable of Kent.
Charities in the south say it's costing them thousands of pounds every year to deal with rubbish items being left outside their shops.
A nurse who worked at Gosport War Memorial Hospital believes patients could have lived - but management did not listen to her concerns.