Friday, 28 September 2007

Friday’s news

Here is a little look at some of the stories from around our region in Friday’s prospects…

Meridian South
There are serious questions over the future of Shoreham airport. One business based on site has told Meridian it is already looking at new premises after the company which owns the airport announced nearly £4 million in losses.

Meridian South East
In a last desperate plea for clemency former West Indies and Kent cricketer Hartley Alleyne tells us that facing deportation is like being forced to leave his true home. Mr Alleyne has lived in the UK for the past 29 years but now immigration officials have decided that he no longer qualifies for a work permit.

Thames Valley
The primary school caretaker who injured eight people in a nationwide letter bomb campaign has today been sentenced to at least five years in jail. Miles Cooper was sentenced at Oxford Crown Court after targeting businesses he believed to be linked with the government. We look back at the trial of the letter bomber.

Tune in to Meridian and Thames Valley on ITV1 tonight at 6PM for all your latest news and features plus click here to see more of the latest news.

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