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Three students from Norton Radstock College near Bath have been treated for burns at Dorset County Hospital. It follows a gas explosion while they were preparing a meal at their campsite in Weymouth.
They were part of a group of 25 teenagers on a five day camping trip as part of their studies. The three students - two 17-year-old boys and a 19-year old girl - had facial and arm injuries. One has been discharged and the two others are expected to leave hospital shortly.
The cause of the explosion is not known but Dorset Fire & Rescue Service has taken the stove away to examine it.
As the Government announces £32 million to get Sherford New Town started, the Housing Minister Mark Prisk says he wants it to be a real community.
Kate Reeves has Wednesday's lunchtime weather update
Phil Vickery was in Bude today to unveil a campaign to find the best supported grassroots rugby club in England. The Pride of the Nation scheme will reward the winning club with a visit from an England rugby legend during NatWest RugbyForce weekend on 15th and 16th June.
Rugby clubs need to get their local community to vote online to get them to the top of the leaderboard. To find out more click here
Paignton Beach has failed to win a blue flag this year in the Keep Britain Tidy awards. But it has won the new Seaside Award for its beach management and facilities.
Fifty members of the 847 Naval Air Squadron from Yeovilton are returning from their final tour of Afghanistan today.
They've been away for five months, working in average temperatures of 30 degrees.
Business owners in Looe affected by the closure of St Martins Road have the chance to discuss their concerns with councillors today.
A drop-in session is being held at the Guildhall from 2pm.
The road has been closed since the fatal landslip which claimed the life of 68-year-old Susan Norman in March.
Repairs have begun this week, and it's hoped to partially open the road to traffic before the school summer holidays.
James Wright has Wednesday's forecast for the region:
More details will be revealed today about a new town to be built in Devon.
Part of the proposed Sherford development lies within Plymouth and the rest within the South Hams.
When finished in 2021 it will have 5,500 homes.