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Debra Kerr will serve six months in prison for hiding a convicted armed robber at her Wiltshire home.
Team news as Leicester Tigers host Bath in Saturday's Premiership fixture at Welford Road (16:00 BST).
The BBC has tracked the killings to uncover the stories of those who have lost their lives.
The drama will focus on the impact of the 2018 Novichok poisonings on the community.
Integral Medical Holdings has come under scrutiny in recent months.
Parents say they feel "stabbed in the back" by the move by Wiltshire Council.
Honda said "no viable alternative" to the Swindon plant closure had been found during consultation.
Jimmy Dickinson takes pictures of the town's graffiti when as a distraction from the chore of running.
A horse-drawn dray left in a lock-up since the 1960s will go back into service at a heritage railway.
The man, in his 30s, was attacked as he walked towards a home in Toothill, on Friday afternoon.
Stephen Lindores admits assaulting the woman in what police described as a "sustained attack".
The owner of the Mechanics Institute has "shamefully left it in a derelict state", the council says.
Five other people were injured when two cars and a van crashed in north Devon.
Ellie's friends and family have been leaving messages of condolence in the town's church.
Goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux and midfielders James Dunne and Jak McCourt are among 10 players released by the League Two club.
The move involves a company which runs GP surgeries in Swindon.
The unknown artist responsible for the signs has been dubbed the "Trowbridge Banksy".
No one knew where it was until an Englishman now living in Florida decided to return it 60 years on.
The 17-year-old schoolgirl died as a result of stab wounds on Saturday, police say.
West Midlands Police are looking into a complaint from Labour MP Jess Phillips against Carl Benjamin.