A first look at the stories making the news this Thursday with Amanda Piper. And to find out what the weather has in store, Luke Castiglione has the forecast.
Today's headlines:- PC Charge - A Thames Valley police office is due in court charged over allegations they sold personal information. PC Sugra Hanif, who's 26 and from Banbury, is accused of obtaining and disclosing personal data.
School Tables - The latest education league tables are due to be published today. Schools across the south will find out how their pupils performed in their GCSEs.
Olympic Legacy - Nearly £3million is being awarded to sports projects in the south east. 56 groups will share the Olympic legacy funding from Sport England. The money will help improve facilities like local football clubs.
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A man who murdered his ex-girlfriend was violent and paranoid. Colin Dymond strangled and stabbed Sarah Pollock in her Bournemouth flat.
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Friday night's forecast for the east of the region