The family and friends of a teenager who died after taking a "legal high" are holding held a charity football match in his memory this afternoon.
Adam Hunt, 18, died in the intensive care unit of Southampton General Hospital on Sunday 18th August 2013. He had taken the drug AMT, a so-called 'legal high'.
Money raised by today's event will go to the hospital unit where staff tried to save his life.
More top news
People could suffer vision loss or infection from the lenses, which are often sold illegally online, in shops and on market stalls.
Between 2011 and 2014 reports of self-harm among British girls aged between 13 and 16 rose by 68%, according to new research.
Vehicle imports and exports could be seriously affected by a no-deal Brexit scenario.