Wessex FM News Index
David Cameron has called for world leaders to agree a deal on cutting greenhouse gas emissions and limiting the global temperature rise this century to 2C.
Police are investigating reports that female passengers on the Tube have been handed printed cards saying they are "fat" and "ugly".
MPs will vote on airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria after a one-day debate on Wednesday, David Cameron has said.
A woman was killed and many were injured as students and staff in a Kenyan university fled from what they thought was a terror attack.
Steven Spielberg has said he would love to make a fifth Indiana Jones before its star, Harrison Ford, turns 80.
A long-lost play written by Arthur Miller when he was a 20-year-old student is to have its world premiere in London next month.
Scarlett Johansson has shown off her musical credentials after teaming up with Barry Manilow to promote Bono's latest campaign to fight AIDS.
The director of a new Hollywood film called Gods Of Egypt which stars Gerard Butler has apologised for casting mostly white actors.
Former New Zealand all-rounder and captain Chris Cairns has been found not guilty of perjury and perverting the course of justice at Southwark Crown Court.
Fernando Alonso has hit out at F1, declaring that the World Endurance Championship is more fun and questioning the consistency of in-race penalties.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho denied suggestions of a rift with Diego Costa after dropping the striker for his side's goalless draw at Tottenham.
Tyson Fury claims the world only got to see around "65 per cent" of his ability as he dethroned the now former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany.