Wessex FM News Index
Three police officers injured in the Westminster attack have been named as PC Kris Aves, PC Roger Smith and PC Bradley Bryant, according to reports.
A German fighter pilot killed when his plane crashed in Denmark has been identified after more than 70 years.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have announced which school Prince George will attend in September.
The father of a pilot who flew a plane into a mountain, killing all 150 on board, says he doubts his son did it deliberately to commit suicide.
The cast is older, David Lynch is less edgy and Laura Palmer is still dead, but we need Twin Peaks now more than ever.
Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay has confessed she has had an eating disorder since she was 14-years-old.
Jake Gyllenhaal is re-teaming with Life director Daniel Espinosa in a drama about an American who joins the war in Syria.
Irreverent comedian Amy Schumer has announced she will no longer star in a live-action Barbie film scheduled for next year.
Sizing John, ridden by Robbie Power, has won the Cheltenham Gold Cup ahead of Minella Rocco and Native River.
An alligator bravely dispatched from the fairway by an American golfer during the Arnold Palmer Invitational returned for a second day - and this time it stood firm.
Derry City captain Ryan McBride has died suddenly, the Irish Football Association has said.
A £1m pledge from the owner of Leyton Orient FC has saved the club from a winding-up order, but fans believe the club is still in "mortal danger".
More than 800 jobs at the troubled footwear chain Jones Bootmaker are being saved through a rescue deal struck 24 hours after talks with the buyer were called off.
Supermarkets are cutting fuel prices just days after official figures showed sharp increases at the pumps had helped pushed inflation to a three-and-a-half year high.
The number of overseas holiday visits to the UK saw its sharpest year-on-year increase for at least seven years in the three months to January, official figures show.
The governing board of Lloyd's of London, the world's largest insurance market, is to approve the establishment of a new base in Europe on the same day that Theresa May triggers the Brexit process.