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New CCTV technology is being installed in Newbury after a spate of vandalism and anti-social behaviour.
It comes just months after cameras in the town centre were switched off by the council in a bid to save money.
It's hoped it will make residents feel more secure.
As Mary Stanley reports
Mary spoke to Sarah Greenall and Granville Taylor from Newbury Town Council.
Repeated attacks by vandals on a cricket green has left the future of one of Kent's oldest teams in jeopardy. Villagers in Boughton say the cost of repairing the damage is so great they may have to sit out the season for the first time 300 years. Iain McBride has the story.
Despite being trashed by vandals and forced to close for more than a week, the St Francis Special School in Fareham re-opened today thanks to the work of staff and volunteers.
Thousands of pounds of damage was caused during the break-in, with windows smashed, roof tiles ripped off, and graffiti on the walls.
It was the fourth time the school, described as a lifeline for many families, has been vandalised in months.
The headteacher says those responsible should return to the school to see the children who were so badly affected. Kerry Swain reports.
Kent Police are investigating after several cars were damaged in Greenhithe.
There were four separate reports of damage to parked cars in the early hours of July 22.
The damages took place in Jubilee Close and Knockhall Road.
Three of the cars had one of their windows smashed and a white Ford Transit van has a window and windscreen broken.
Officers would like to find a group aged 17 to 18 who were seen in the area at that time.
It is believed ten people carrying golf clubs caused the damage.
PC Steve Selter of Kent Police said: "Mindless vandalism like this is incredibly frustrating and upsetting for the victims and causes a lot of inconvenience and fear in what is otherwise a very safe area."
Two men have been charged following an alleged incident of vandalism on a mosque in Dorset.
Robert Mullins, 35, of Shaftesbury, and Trevor Mullins, 38, of Poole, have been charged with racially aggravated criminal damage following the incident at Ashley Road, Parkstone, yesterday.
Four windows were smashed at the premises of the Dorset Islamic Cultural Centre at 3.50pm.
The two men will appear before magistrates tomorrow.
Two men have been arrested after a mosque was vandalised in Dorset.
Windows were smashed at the Islamic Cultural Centre in Parkstone late yesterday afternoon. One man was arrested at the scene and another was taken into custody in the evening.
Officers investigating the incident are still looking for two other men.
Police at Shirley are appealing for information after vandalism at Holybrook Cemetery, Tremona Road, Southampton.
Damage to four headstones or memorials was discovered by cemetery staff on January 22nd. Headstones were kicked over or damaged.
Police want to hear from anyone who has information about the damage.
PCSO Tracey Cullen said: “We need to hear from witnesses to the damage or anyone with knowledge about who would commit such a disrespectful and upsetting act of vandalism.”
Anyone with information is asked to contact PCSO Cullen at the Shirley Safer Neighbourhoods Team on 101.
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