The TV wildlife presenter urged Isle of Wight authorities to save the fungus-infected tree.
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Iain Gilmour said he had been affected by "constant political and financial" changes at his school.
The 18th Century water mill used to supply paper for the Bank of England.
To mark 500 years since his death, a selection of undiscovered drawings will go on display in the UK.
A councillor describes the ongoing situation with the £3.2m vessel as "a mess".
Billy Morgan finished 10th in the Sochi Games four years ago.
The vessel has been built in Turkey but is expected to enter service in the Solent in the summer.
Redundancy notices have been issued to 400 Oyster Yachts staff.
Former Everton and Southampton boss Ronald Koeman is named manager of the Netherlands.
Tesco gives £60 in vouchers to a Hampshire family who say they found an e-cigarette in a box of chicken Kievs.
It's the first time in more than 100 years that the ornate stone screen of statues has had a clean.
The psychology student contorts her body into a 2ft-high and 18in-wide container.
The Class 442 trains are being refurbished in Eastleigh as part of contracts worth £100m.
In 1918 some eligible women over the age of 30 were given the right to vote in the UK - but not every woman was happy about it.
From a windswept vicarage to a rave club, here are England's top literary and musical locations.
Ice Maidens declare themselves 'just six ordinary women' after completing extraordinary 1,000-mile Antarctic challenge.
Organisers of the fair near Winchester dropped plans to expand its audience capacity by a third.
Police officer Richard Phillips-Schofield crashed in the last lap of a race, an inquest hears.
The three soldiers died following a 16-mile selection exercise in July 2013.
The police and crime commissioner was called "petulant" for warning there would be a funding delay.
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