It's three weeks since hundreds of dead and dying seabirds were washed up along the South Coast. They were covered in a waxy substance which made it impossible for them to fly or feed properly. Now they've been released back into the wild, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
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Friday's forecast for the west of the region from Martin Stew.
Martin Stew has the latest weather forecast for the east of the region.
Martin Stew has the lunchtime forecast for the west of the ITV Meridian region.