The BBC has gained exclusive access into the work of the Air Accidents Investigations Branch in Farnborough ahead of the final report into the cause of the Shoreham air crash.
Royal Navy sailors and veterans mark the centenary of the biggest naval engagement of World War One with a parade and ceremony in Portsmouth.
A large algal bloom is blamed for discoloured water and a frothy scum sighted off parts of the south coast.
The chief executive of a scandal-hit NHS trust that has come under scrutiny over emergency callouts leaves his job.
A vet from Hampshire is struck off for the "chronic and prolonged neglect" of her two pet dogs.
Southern Railways' attempt to blame cancellations and delays on staff sickness is putting workers at risk, a union claims.
Festival-goers complain of "horrendous" queues at Common People in Southampton.
Plans for an annual oyster festival to be held in Hampshire are revealed by a consortium working to restore oyster fishing in the region.
£6,000 markings 'baffle' locals
Sunk ship's bell rings for first time in 75 years
Middlesex's push for victory against Hampshire is dented as poor weather means just 17 overs are bowled on day three.
Eastleigh sign ex-Wales defender Richard Duffy, who had been offered a new deal by Port Vale, on a two-year contract.
The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel is to be officially opened in Switzerland, after almost two decades of construction work.
An editorial in North Korean state media says Donald Trump is a "wise politician" whose victory in US elections could be good for the North.
Police are to investigate the circumstances around the killing of a gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo after a three-year-old boy fell into his enclosure.
The world added far more renewable energy sources than fossil fuels in 2015, with developing countries overtaking richer nations on green spending.
Some residents of the Canadian city of Fort McMurray are to begin returning home after a raging wildfire that displaced 90,000 people.
A Chinese teenager is found hiding in the cargo hold of an Emirates passenger jet that had flown from Shanghai to Dubai.
Militants from the so-called Islamic State launch a dawn counter-attack as Iraqi government troops push into the city of Falluja.
The US warns that the Euro 2016 football championship being held in France next month could be a target of militant attacks.
Organization of American States head Luis Almagro calls for an emergency meeting which could lead to the expulsion of Venezuela from the regional body.
An Italian appeals court upholds the 16-year sentence given to the captain of the Costa Concordia which capsized in 2012, killing 32 people.
The leader of the Western Sahara independence movement, Mohamed Abdelaziz, dies after a long illness, aged 68.
A surfer is in a critical condition after losing a leg in a shark attack at a beach in Western Australia.
Nintendo's upcoming Pokemon games are causing controversy in Hong Kong because of plans to give Pikachu and his friends Mandarin names.
Finnish man flees island home after spotting military's arrival - but it was just an exercise.
Parts of Texas have experienced unprecedented levels of flooding causing the mandatory evacuation of hundreds of residents.
Officially Thailand's former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is banned by the military from any political activity, and everyone is banned from campaigning on the new constitution.
The world's longest and deepest rail tunnel will be officially opened in Switzerland today after nearly two decades of construction work.
Turkey has accused Russia of bombing a hospital and a mosque in the Syrian city of Idlib.
BBC journalist Benjamin Zand visits Lyari in Karachi, which he had been told to avoid as the Pakistani city's 'most dangerous' area.
Ahead of the UK's referendum, the BBC's Rob Watson explores Britain's very tricky history with our European neighbours.
You have probably never heard of Bekoji, but this small town in the highlands of Ethiopia has had a huge impact on athletics.
Parts of northern France have been hit by flooding after sustained heavy rain swept the region.
Former Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra returns to public life
Longest rail tunnel is engineering triumph
Why Indians love to drink on the move
Are Zimbabweans learning to voice their anger?
Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge are included in England's squad for Euro 2016 but Andros Townsend and Danny Drinkwater miss out.
Midfielder Joe Ledley makes Wales' squad for Euro 2016 having returned to training less than a month after breaking his leg.
Andy Murray's French Open quarter-final against Richard Gasquet is postponed until Wednesday after more wet weather in Paris.
Robbie Keane is selected in the Republic of Ireland squad for Euro 2016 but midfielder Harry Arter misses out through injury.
Great Britain beat Olympic and world champions Netherlands 2-1 in Amsterdam in the first of a two-match series.
BBC pundit and former England striker Alan Shearer on the making of his documentary about the 20th anniversary of Euro '96.
The Republic of Ireland lose 2-1 to Belarus in Cork in their final warm-up game before the Euro 2016 finals in France.
Novak Djokovic fights back from a set down to lead to Roberto Bautista Agut before rain returns at the French Open.
Leeds United sack head coach Steve Evans after seven months in charge of the Championship club.
British decathlete Ashley Bryant says it was "incredibly frustrating" to find out an airline had lost his vaulting poles.
A cancelled partnership with Scottish Rugby is a huge blow for London Scottish, reveals centre Alex Grove.
World number 25 Matthew Selt describes his two-tournament ban by snooker's governing body as a "draconian measure".
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The secret stories and key characteristics that transformed a six-year-old stand-in keeper into the most exciting England striker for a decade.
After breaking four European records, Scottish wheelchair racer Sammi Kinghorn has her sights on the Rio Paralympics.
Find out more about the multi-billion pound world where luck counts as much as logic in the race for Derby success.
This week's sport on the BBC includes the French Open tennis, England's final warm-up game before Euro 2016 and the Epsom Derby.
Olympic sports news from the past week, plus the events coming up as the world's best athletes prepare for Rio.
BBC Sport launches a newsletter that gives you a slightly different take on the world of sport.
Andrew Butchart wins the Vitality London 10,000m race a week after setting a new Scottish 5,000m record.
Tony Bellew thought his Rocky role would be the closest he would come to his world title dream - that was until Sunday.
James Anderson replaces England team-mate Stuart Broad at the top of the International Cricket Council Test bowling rankings.
Team Sky rider Sergio Henao is cleared of wrongdoing by the UCI following independent analysis of his biological data.
Rio Paralympic organisers are to give away half a million tickets for the Games in a bid to boost ticket sales.
The Football Association will lead a study into possible links between football and brain diseases, it confirms.
Lewis Hamilton thanked title rival Nico Rosberg 'for being a gentleman' by letting him pass and helping him win the Monaco Grand Prix.
England's Chris Wood comes from three shots down to win the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Leicester's meeting on Tuesday is abandoned due to unsafe ground after a fall in which jockey Frankie Dettori escaped unhurt.
Defending champion Andy Murray will seek medical guidance on the Zika virus before travelling to the Rio Olympics.
Leeds' losing streak, Warrington's winning ways and high-flying Hull FC are topics of conversation for the SLS2 panel.
Coach Warren Gatland says he does not know when Racing 92 lock Luke Charteris will join Wales in New Zealand.
Leo Fernandez is suspended pending a hearing into suspicious betting patterns, while Matthew Selt is banned for two tournaments over social media posts.
Great Britain's relay teams win the last two events of European Swimming Championships to complete an impressive meet at the London Aquatics Centre.
Find out who is playing when at the 2016 French Open in Paris.
Lauren Gray is joining Eve Muirhead's rink in the position of lead following the departure of Sarah Reid.
BBC Sport analyses the reasons and stories behind why you would want to own a Football League team.
Championship side Rotherham are set to appoint Hibernian boss Alan Stubbs as their new manager.
Manager Chris Coleman could play Gareth Bale against Sweden in Wales' final warm-up game before Euro 2016.
Motorcycle road racer Ryan Farquhar says he is "lucky to be alive" after suffering serious injuries in a crash at the North West 200 on 12 May.
Nick Conway, who played Billy Boswell in the sitcom Bread, said Carla Lane was a classic sitcom writer of the 1970s.
Labour MP Jess Phillips has received around 5,000 abusive posts on Twitter after launching a campaign against online bullying.
Could leaving the EU cost you more to use your phone abroad? Rory Cellan-Jones has been finding out.
The centenary of the biggest naval engagement of World War One has been commemorated with a service at St Magnus Cathedral in Orkney.
The BBC is hearing from a range of voters about the EU referendum issues that will help them decide how to vote on 23 June.
Former England cricket captain Sir Ian Botham speaks out in favour of the Leave campaign at an EU referendum event in County Durham.
A Gary Barlow impersonator has surprised shoppers at Bristol's Cabot Circus, after he turned out to be the real Gary Barlow. Footage courtesy Gavyn Emery.
Competitors in Brockworth have been taking part in the annual cheese rolling contest, despite safety warnings, as Michelle Ruminski reports.
A team of young British architects are showcasing some new ideas in Venice about how to design and build comfortable homes, at a time of severe housing shortages.
Six fire crews have been called to a fire at a derelict building in Leeds that has sent thick plumes of black smoke into the air.
What is claimed to be the world's biggest bouncy castle has made its debut at a music festival.
New data suggests more than half of us only go for a walk at work when we need the toilet.
Firms should be flexible with staffing during the Euro 2016 football tournament, which begins on 10 June, the conciliation service Acas says.
The discovery of the fossilised skeleton of a large sea reptile which lived 165 million years ago is causing excitement within the scientific community.
The number of nightclubs in the UK has almost halved in the last ten years, and this weekend Scunthorpe's last club is closing its doors.
The BBC Business series My Shop visits The Startup Van team, who have now left their van and moved into a shop in order to offer their interview service.
A leading anaesthetist is calling for compulsory mediation between patients, or their relatives, and doctors who clash over the right form of treatment.
Screenwriter Russell T Davies is at the Hay Festival to talk about his reworking of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
The centenary of the Battle of Jutland is being commemorated in Rosyth and South Queensferry.
Some of the first paying passengers on the world's biggest cruise ship have described it as "a construction site" and a "serious risk to those on board".
More than a quarter of children referred for mental health support in England last year were turned away, according to a report from the Children's Commissioner.
Festival-goers are invited to have a go on what is claimed to be the world's largest bouncy castle.
The BBC asks some of Roald Dahl's biggest fans what they think of his language.
The game of "funslinger" is coming to a growing number of UK schools and claims to feature one of the longest throws of any sport.
Marlon James' novel based around the attempted assassination of Bob Marley saw him become the first Jamaican author to win the prestigious Man Booker Prize.
Tom Hiddleston's tells tales at the ceremony crowning the winners of the BBC's 500 Words competition.
Tony Bellew played a world champion boxer on the big screen - and now he has got the chance to win a world title in real life.
The UK's oldest theatre, the Bristol Old Vic, celebrates its 250th birthday.
Marcus Thompson finds out what London's Europeans think of Britain possibly leaving the EU.
The water vole has become Britain's most endangered mammal, but a project in Worcestershire is trying to reverse the decline.
Many motorists in France are still having trouble finding fuel, as a result of strikes and blockades by French trade unions.
The criminal justice system in England and Wales is failing victims and witnesses and is close to "breaking point", MPs have warned.
A BBC debate on the EU referendum is held in Glasgow with an audience of voters aged between 18 and 29, and focusing on the issues affecting young people.
Chris Evans says he is finally getting excited about his new job on Top Gear, ahead of the revamped show's first airing this weekend.
The biggest study of the causes of suicide among young people in England highlights bereavement, bullying, exam pressure and physical health problems as some of the main factors.
People with a disability are finding it increasingly difficult to get behind the wheel because of government reforms, according to two charities.
It's judged using the entries to a children's short story competition.
The sinister tale of Jekyll and Hyde is given a new twist in a dance production at the Old Vic.
What do women want from High Street stalwart Marks and Spencer?
Polls in Scotland have consistently suggested that around two thirds of Scots are in favour of remaining in the EU and Scotland is the most pro-EU part of Britain.
BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire has completed six weeks of radiotherapy, her last major treatment for breast cancer.
As part of its My Decision series, BBC Newsnight catches up with Rochdale pensioner Gillian Duffy to find out how she plans to vote in the EU referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn joins steel workers marching through London to highlight the crisis facing the British steel industry.
A football league exclusively for men who classed as obese has been launched in Somerset.
The Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, has told MPs that his department's cat is on course to have more Twitter followers than him.
Chewbacca surprises students at a Republic of Ireland primary on Monday.
Hywel Griffith travels along the Heads of the Valleys Road to find out if the EU is working for people in Wales.
A BBC investigation has found that an NHS doctor left his family in the UK and joined the so-called Islamic State militant group in Syria.
A collection of 1,000 teddy bears is moved to a permanent home at Newby Hall in North Yorkshire.
A colourful look at some of the blooms on display at the Chelsea Flower Show in 45 seconds.
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