November 7: Gaia is seen on CCTV buying an ice cream from St Michael's Garage on Valley Road. She is then caught on CCTV running along Morrison Road in Swanage at 3.39pm. The last confirmed sighting of Gaia was at 4pm at an address in Manor Gardens on Morrison Road.

November 9: Hundreds of people join searches around Swanage, Bournemouth and Poole as part of huge operation to find her.

November 11 and 12: Searches continue in Swanage and surrounding areas.

November 13: Two people are arrested on suspicion of murder.

November 14: The two arrested are released under investigation.

November 16: A man is arrested on suspicion of murder. Women's clothing is discovered in a field near Swanage.

November 17: A man arrested on suspicion of murder is released under investigation.

November 18: A body is found near the coastal path and the field where items of Gaia's clothing were found.

November 19: A post-mortem examination into the death of Gaia Pope does not identify any injuries to suggest any other person was involved.

November 20: Three people that were arrested on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of Gaia Pope are released from police investigation.

February 13: An inquest hears Gaia died from hypothermia.

April 6: The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) launches an inquiry into Dorset Police’s investigation of the disappearance of Gaia.

July 5: An investigation is launched into the police response to an allegation of rape made by Gaia before her death.

September: A pre-inquest review is postponed pending the results of an investigation by the IOPC. It will take place in March 2019.