A charity is warning people about the dangers of fasting with diabetes. They have issued advice for anyone who chooses to fast this Ramadan.
Teenagers have taken up the cause of those fleeing danger in other countries to create a drama outlining the plight of refugees.
The 'Dambusters' raid was commemorated today at Herne Bay in Kent where the 'bouncing bombs' invented by Barnes Wallis were tested.
The father of a 22-year-old man from Oxford who's gone missing hiking in the Canadian mountains has appealed for information about his whereabouts.
Tom Billings was due to return home last weekend -but hasn't made any contact with friends and family for more than two weeks.
Tom, who recently graduated from university, had been exploring Canada for the first time. He was staying in Vancouver and said he wanted to trek in the North Shore Mountains, where several rescue teams have been searching for him.
Sangeeta spoke to Martin Billings from our Didcot newsroom.
Additional footage courtesy of CTV.
AFC Bournemouth legend Steve Fletcher and Sam Matthews visited Twynham Comprehensive School last week to help raise money for the Typhoon Haiyan disaster in the Philippines.
The duo visited the school, based in Christchurch, to sign items for the school to later auction to rebuild the lives of those affected by the disaster, which forced over 4 million people from their homes.
Fletcher also led a question and answer session with Matthews, as the two entertained pupils with tales about life as a footballer at AFC Bournemouth.
Staff at the school also took part in a ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’ eating challenge, and the whole school contributed to a spare change appeal, with the two activities raising, as it stands, an additional £115 on top of the money raised via the auction.
The search is still on for an Oxford man who has gone missing in Canada.
Tom Billings, who is 22-years old had been exploring North America.
He is thought to have headed out for a hike but failed to return.
His father, Martin Billings, has made an emotional appeal on Canadian television to help try and find his son.
Tom last made contact with his father nearly a month ago.
A father from Oxford has issued an emotional appeal for help in the search for his son who is thought to have gone missing while hiking in Canada.
Tom Billings, 22 and a seasoned traveller and hiker, was reported missing after he failed to return to accommodation in Vancouver for several days.
Ton has been missing since November 25, Canadian police said.
A number of tips have led them to believe he went to the North Shore area of Vancouver on a hiking expedition.
His father Martin Billings, a lawyer from Oxford said Tom, who had no medical problems, graduated recently from university and had applied to carry out postgraduate research.
Mr Billings said: "The things that have gone through my mind are in many ways too horrible to mention, I cannot deny that.
"I think most likely is that he got into trouble somewhere on the mountain. From there, I do not know. What I hope is that he got to a warm place - maybe he has broken a leg or something."
There was a time when Russian art was just propaganda - stirring posters of party leaders and Communist workers - but not any more. A unique exhibition is on display in Sussex, showing the enormous variety of work by Russian painters.
Malcolm Shaw talked to Mamonova Baker, Russian art collector and Russell Baker, Director, Baker Mamonova Gallery.
Throughout our region people have been paying tribute to Nelson Mandela. Richard Slee has been meeting those who are looking back at his life.
New statistics have shown a 27% increase in domestic burglaries in Kent. We speak to some victims, to Ian Pointon of Kent Police Federation and Ch Sup Steve Corbishley from Kent Police
The Princess Royal has take a salute from Soldiers of the Household Cavalry in Windsor this morning.
The soldiers are marching through the town, marking the regiment's final return from Afghanistan.
The troops will go on to file past Windsor Guildhall.
The Princess Royal will take a salute from Soldiers of the Household Cavalry in Windsor later.
They will be marching through the town, marking the regiment's final return from Afghanistan.
Troops will file past Windsor Guildhall.