A gang of five has been sentenced to a total of 23 years in prison after being convicted of trafficking women from Hungary into the UK.
In his first interview since being back in the UK, Phil Ball told Meridian not knowing how long he would be in prison was the worst part.
A charity is warning people about the dangers of fasting with diabetes. They have issued advice for anyone who chooses to fast this Ramadan.
The family of a teenager from Hampshire stabbed to death of a Greek holiday isle say they are preparing themselves for the agony of a retrial. Robert Sebbage, who was 18, was stabbed on the last night of a boy's holiday to Zante in July 2011.
Local taxi driver Stelios Morfis was found guilty of causing deadly bodily injury without intent, and sentenced to 11 years in prison. Now though, the prosecutor has ordered that he be retried. It means Robert's parents must face their son's killer again. Kate Bunkall reports.
The family of a teenager stabbed to death in Greece are to fly back to the country this summer to see the man accused of killing him face a retrial.
Eighteen-year-old Robert Sebbage from Tadley was with a group of friends when he was killed on the island of Zante in July 2011.
Taxi driver Stelios Morfis - who's twenty five - was cleared of Robert's murder but convicted of causing deadly bodily injury without_** intent. He now faces a retrial - accused of Robert's murder.
An 11-year-old boy suffering from cancer has revealed that he and his family have taken the agonising decision not to undergo further treatment.
Reece Puddington, from Whistable, has been blogging about his fight with the disease since he was five-years-old.
He was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a cancer of the nervous system, in 2008. Last month, the family drew up a bucket list of things he wants to do before he dies. It included building a hobbit house in his garden.
The move has led to an emotional response from his supporters. Melanie Hill wrote on his Facebook page: ‘Reece you are so very brave, love to your family to stay strong.’
Reece’s list of things to do included meeting Johnny Depp and having a Hobbit house built in his back garden in Whitstable, Kent
Sussex surfer Darren Mills has told how he fought off a shark by punching it in the face. Darren, from Crawley, was attacked off New Zealand's south island. He repelled the great white shark with a single blow. John Ryall reports.
Three teenagers from the Simon Langton schools in Canterbury have won a trip to the World Lego Festival in America.
They won the UK National Final of the Institution of Engineering and Technology's First Lego League.
Oli English, Emma English and Carlos Purchase-Galarza beat 29 other teams at the competition this weekend.
The competition challenged the teams to find a solution to tackle the effects of natural disaster.
The team, named "Invicta", invented a high-tech wristband for those affected by earthquakes, designed to help rescue workers find people trapped under rubble using radio waves.
Carlos, who is 14-years-old, said, "I thought the final was fun, enjoyable and well organised. Last year we went to Germany so it will be interesting to see how the competition is different."
The French President has been in Oxfordshire for a face-to-face summit meeting with the Prime Minister - on the agenda? Talks about Britain's role in Europe, and military cooperation.
The world's media descended on RAF Brize Norton today to witness the arrival of Francois Hollande. It was a day of handshakes and hard talking and lunch at a pub.
Rachel Hepworth reports.
The company behind the Brighton Sea Life Centre have launched a new marine conservation charity and started by condemning the massacre of dolphins in Taiji, Japan.
The Sea Life Marine Conservation Trust, which is headed up by Sarah Taylor, has appealed for zoos and other animal sanctuaries to withdraw any association with the dolphin drive fishery.
Sarah said, "Dolphins are herded into a cove and after some have been removed to go to captive facilities, the rest are cruelly butchered.
"We are proud to be working alongside global organisations such as the Whale and Dolphin Conservation group, to end the Taiji horror.
"This campaign very much reflects the new Trust's objectives, and is a good place for us to start."
A former police community support officer from West Sussex has been sentenced to 14 years in an Indonesian prison.
Andrea Waldeck, 43, was arrester back in April when she was found with crystal meth in her hotel room in Sarabaya, the capital of East Java.
At the time, she told police that she had been asked by her boyfriend, who lives in China, to take the drugs to a man in Indonesia.
Waldeck, who lived in Rustington, West Sussex pleaded guilty to trafficking drugs worth more than £3000 into the country.
The strict drug rules in Indonesia could have meant she faced the death penalty.
As well as her jail sentence, she has been ordered to pay a fine of £101,500 by Surabaya District Court.
A former colleague and personal friend of Margaret Pratt who was injured when her husband killed on board their yacht in St Lucia, has said the incident is a tragic end to what should have been a lifetime adventure for the couple.
Danny Fisher - Chair of the Isle of Wight NHS Trust, said that Margaret, who was the former Director of Finance for the trust, had done a lot for the organisation a period of change. She had joined the company in 2006. He said they were a 'great couple' who loved sailing.
Mrs Pratt is being treated for her injuries in the Caribbean. Three people have been arrested in connection with the attack.
The sister of the Labour MEP candidate Del Singh from Southampton, has paid tribute to her brother after he was killed in Afghanistan at the weekend. Mr Singh was one of 21 victims who died in a suicide bomb attack in Kabul.
His sister, Dishi Phangura, said: "In my eyes my brother was my hero. He was invincible.". She said she would work towards keeping his legacy alive.