A Berkshire grandmother has witnessed the work of the charity she helps to fund high in the Himalayan foothills.
The South East has seen the strongest house price growth this year so far, with asking prices soaring by 15% or more than £42,000 typically since the start of the year to reach around £329,968, according to Righmove.
The Queen was all smiles as she took part in the historic Garter Day service at Windsor Castle on the day the Duke of Edinburgh was discharged from hospital.
A nationwide manhunt for a fugitive who absconded from a Buckinghamshire prison and carried out a string of robberies is over.
A man from East Sussex has been jailed for two years for the manslaughter of his daughter who contracted swine flu and died after she was seriously injured when he shook her.
A drunk mother who crashed her car in Hampshire with her three young children inside while three times the drink-drive limit has been disqualified from the road and fined.
A man from Brighton has survived plunging from the 15th floor of an apartment block in New Zealand, according to reports.
Kent Police was more interested in chasing targets than helping victims, a watchdog has said in a damning report after it found one in 10 crimes were under-recorded.
A businessman from Kent who, alongside former newspaper boss Eddie Shah, denies raping a young girl threatened to "sue the s*** out of her", a court has heard.
An East Sussex schoolgirl allegedly abducted to France by her married maths teacher has told a court that he came with her because he feared she might commit suicide.
The sun kept shining on revellers as they enjoyed the final day of the Isle of Wight Festival, headlined by Bon Jovi.
People could see themselves walking with dinosaurs from 130 million years ago with a new mobile phone app which will operate on the Isle of Wight.
The only surviving German Second World War Dornier Do 17 bomber has arrived at an RAF museum in Shropshire where it will undergo the first stage of conservation.
Two bodies believed to be from Sussex and Hampshire have been recovered from the sea off the north Wales coast, police confirmed today.
A woman was forced to stop her car on the fast lane of a motorway in a road rage incident, according to police in Surrey.
John Lewis Partnership chairman Charlie Mayfield, from Berkshire, has been awarded a knighthood for his services to business following a 13-year career at the employee-owned group.
Nearly 30,000 cyclist donned their safety gear and headed south for the British Heart Foundation's traditional London to Brighton fundraiser.
Helen Butler, the president of the Red Squirrel Trust, has been awarded an MBE for her work during 20 years helping to conserve the animals on the Isle of Wight.
Police halted their inquiries into claims of a relationship between a teacher in East Sussex and a 15-year-old pupil hours before they fled to France, a court has heard.
A man has been arrested in Italy on suspicion of shooting dead an Albanian father in East Sussex following an apparent feud between two families.
A former teacher from Surrey accused of child sex offences has appeared in court after being extradited from France.
Wokingham has the lowest overall premature mortality rate with 200 such deaths from 2009 to 2011, making it the best in the list of 150 local authorities.
A rare first UK edition of TS Eliot's The Waste Land which was donated to an Oxfam bookshop in Oxford is to be sold at auction.
Two men from the South East have been charged with attempting to smuggle 115lb (52kg) of cocaine, worth more than £5 million, into the UK via a ferry terminal.
Chef Marco Pierre White is embroiled in a High Court row over the use of his name in association with a restaurant in Berkshire.
The only surviving German Second World War Dornier Do 17 bomber, shot down off Kent, has been lifted from its watery grave in the English Channel.
Two serving prison officers from Kent have been arrested by detectives investigating alleged corrupt payments to public officials.
A rail passenger who allegedly launched a tirade of "grotesque racist insults" on a train near Brighton has been urged to "do the right thing" and turn himself in to police for questioning.
A 19-year-old from Surrey accused of making comments placed on a social media website following the murder of soldier Lee Rigby has had his court case discontinued.
A teenage girl has spoken how a crush she had with her teacher at an East Sussex school developed into a full-blown sexual relationship before they fled abroad.
A married teacher at an East Sussex school fled to France with a 15-year-old pupil who had a crush on him the day after police questioned her about their sexual relationship, a court has heard.
Two entrants from the South East have reached the finals of the 2013 Shed of the Year competition.
Police have arrested two teenagers following a riot involving around 140 gatecrashers who turned up at a secluded home in Surrey for a party that got out of hand.
A love rival was stabbed to death in Hampshire on Christmas Eve by a husband after his wife confessed she loved the other man and wanted her marriage to end, a court has heard.
Government plans to go ahead with the HS2 national high-speed rail project have come under attack by Buckinghamshire County Council and other opponents in the Court of Appeal.
Investment in England's enterprise zones is to be increased by £100 million on a number of infrastructure projects, such as in Dover, including new roads and car parks.
A teenager in West Sussex is in a critical condition in hospital after suffering severe burns from a high voltage power supply.
The death of a Russian supergrass in Surrey who was a key witness in a multimillion-pound international fraud investigation is not suspicious, police said.
A 59-year-old single woman who cared for her sick mother for 20 years has failed to persuade senior judges to allow her to stay in the three-bedroom council house in Berkshire where she has always lived.
A charity which changed its name last year is campaigning for a Brighton roundabout with its old moniker to be renamed.
Former Southampton and Wales international goalkeeper Paul Jones is looking for teams to battle it out in a five-a-side charity football tournament.
A Kent University student has been recognised as a top volunteer by blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.
As many as 361,000 London and South East train services were either cancelled or more than five minutes late last year, according to figures from rail regulators.
Inspectors are to be sent into Norfolk and the Isle of Wight councils next week amid concerns that they are failing to help their schools raise standards, Ofsted has announced.
Hundreds of refuse and recycling workers at Brighton and Hove City Council are to stage a week-long strike after voting in favour of action in a long-running row over pay.
A nanny involved in an alleged pub fracas in Buckinghamshire has had a career-threatening caution quashed after the High Court found she did not give her "informed consent".
Margate-based toy firm Hornby is returning some production to the UK after slumping to annual losses amid supply chain woes and its Olympics sales flop.
A former army sergeant from Portsmouth and his brother have been rescued from a 36-hour non-stop rowing challenge across the English Channel by the RNLI.
Three men have been arrested in Oxford by police investigating a paedophile ring which led to vulnerable schoolgirls being drugged, raped and sold into prostitution.
Runners are being invited to wear a charity's purple t-shirt and take part in the Brighton Marathon to raise funds for disabled children.
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