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It's an illness we associate with times gone by, not modern day, but Scarlet Fever has made a comeback. The highly contageous infection mainly affects children under 10 and sees them covered in a distinctive red rash.
Each year there's, on average, around 1,800 cases of scarlet fever nationally, this year there's been over 7,000 cases, and in the South alone there's already been more than 1,200 cases.
At the start of a new school term parents are being warned to look out for the symptoms. Andrew Pate has been to meet two-year-old, Sienna, who has recently suffered with the infection.
Work is well underway for Farnborough's International Airshow, despite the event taking place in July. More than 300 staff are working to ensure the popular show is ready for the quarter of the million visitors due to attend the event this year.
Divya Kohli has been to Farnborough to see how the preparations are coming along.
Ahead of a public meeting into the floodwater that ruined homes and possessions in Hambledon, we speak to the head of Hampshire's emergency planning team, Ian Hoult.
As floods have now subsided in the Hampshire town, more than 300 people will attend a meeting to question authorities involved.
Shakespeare has been told a million times across the world, but this performance was unlike any other.
It was performed 37,000ft in the sky and set a new Guinness World Record.
The Reduced Shakespeare Company worked with easyJet to celebrate the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth today.
The play lasted an hour and is part of an easyJet campaign to make the 23rd April national William Shakespeare Day.
Paul Moore, Communications Director for easyJet, said: "We hope to set a new Guinness World Record in the process for the highest ever theatrical performance as well as providing a highly entertaining show for passengers."
Soldiers from 47th Regiment Royal Artillery have marched through the Hampshire town of Emsworth for the last time as they are due to move to Wiltshire.
More than 100 troops turned out for the military parade alongside children from Thorney Island Primary School and veterans from the surrounding area.
The parade started by the Lord Raglan pub and proceeded to the towns' square where Battery readings took place.
Veterans were then presented Emsworth Roses by the Honorary Colonel, Major General R P M Weighill CBE.
The soldiers were accompanied in their march by the Band of the Rifles who also marched through Emsworth town centre.