Wessex FM News Index
His smile looks a little unconvincing, but there is no denying that Jeremy Corbyn appears happier than he did two weeks ago.
A woman has survived a month lost in freezing conditions in a mountainous area of New Zealand, after seeing her partner fall to his death.
A rare, almost complete skeleton of a dodo is set to be sold at auction.
Six suspected migrants have been discovered in a small dinghy in the English Channel.
Nude photos and personal information about actress Leslie Jones have been posted on her website by a hacker.
ITV has abandoned its £1bn attempt to take over Peppa Pig owner Entertainment One.
Former Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning has pleaded guilty to 21 child sex offences committed between 1969 and 1986.
Lindsay Lohan reportedly wants a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in exchange for appearing on a Russian talk show.
Leicester midfielder Danny Drinkwater has signed a new five-year contract which keeps him at the King Power Stadium until 2021.
Northampton Town have been handed a dream draw in the EFL Cup third round against Manchester United, while Accrington Stanley were rewarded for their win over Burnley with a trip to West Ham.
Jason Roy and Joe Root struck fifties to earn England a 44-run win over Pakistan on the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method in the rain-hit first one-day international, at the Ageas Bowl.
League Two side Accrington Stanley knocked Premier League Burnley out of the EFL Cup in dramatic style thanks to Matty Pearson's strike in the last minute of extra time.
A company backed by John Malone, the American media tycoon, is leading an $8.5bn (£6.4bn) battle for control of Formula One (F1) motor racing after proposing a deal that would see the sport’s owner listed on New York’s Nasdaq stock exchange.
McDonald's is recalling millions of Happy Meal fitness trackers following reports of skin irritation and burns.
A powerful City group whose members manage assets worth £14tn has taken the rare step of publicly criticising corporate governance and working practices at Sports Direct.
Directors of the FTSE-100 mining giant Rio Tinto have severed its relationship with a long-standing City adviser amid anger about its work for rival Glencore two years after cursory talks about a mega-merger of the companies.