Winchester was the centre of a mini-earthquake tonight. Viewers say the walls shook and many ran out into the street to find out what was happening.
More than 25,000 early English texts from 1473-1700 have been released online to members of the public as part of a collaborative initiative led by the University of Oxford's Bodleian Libraries and the University of Michigan Library.
The electronic editions range from 15th to 18th century texts including Shakespeare, and little known books about witchcraft and sword-fighting.
A new young cardiac unit is being officially opened in Southampton today. The Countess of Wessex will unveil a plaque and meet young patients. £500,000 has been raised for the ward by Wessex Heartbeat - which has been specially designed for young people with lifelong heart conditions.
The Countess of Wessex is Royal Patron of the charity, which was established in 1992 and has raised more than £13 million to help improve cardiac care in Southampton and provide support for patients and their families.
The unit will improve the quality of life for patients whilst in hospital, providing better surroundings and facilities for their physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing. Wessex Heartbeat helps support the care of the 20,000 patients treated at the Southampton centre annually, including 1,000 babies and children born with congenital heart defects.
Detectives investigating the murder of Valerie Graves have now set up a mobile DNA screening unit in Bosham.
Last week the voluntary mass DNA screening sessions inviting all men aged over 17 who live, work or visit Bosham started at the Millstream Hotel in the village. Now police are using a major incident vehicle which can be moved around the area for men to visit to offer their DNA as well as the sessions at the hotel.
The vehicle will be outside the Co-op shop in Delling Lane, Bosham, on Wednesday (28 January) from 10am to 2pm and outside the Tesco Extra store in Fishbourne from 3pm to 8pm.
Anyone who attends is asked to bring along photo identification, a passport or the photo driving licence. An officer will fill out some details, check their identification and take a photo of them. Their thumbprint will be taken and a swab will be taken from inside their mouth.
More than 800 men have already come forward since the screening sessions began last week.
The screening sessions are taking place at the Millstream Hotel in Bosham Lane, Bosham, until Thursday (29 January) and then from Monday 2 February to Saturday 7 February and again from Tuesday 10 February to Sunday 15 February. All sessions are from 10am to 8pm.
The process is painless and should take no longer than 10 minutes. Police will only use the samples obtained to check against this particular crime and their DNA profile will not appear on any database. The samples will be destroyed at the end of the investigation.
On 30 December 2013 55-year-old mother and grandmother Valerie Graves was found brutally murdered in her bedroom in Smugglers Lane, Bosham. She had been staying at the property while the owners were away over the Christmas period. Just over a year on and a significant investigation is continuing into the murder.
Anyone with information about the murder of Valerie Graves is asked to call 101 and quote Operation Ensign or to call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
Thieves have broken into a play centre for children in Hove, stealing charity money and vandalising the building. It's the second time in four months Westows Play Centre has been raided. More than £100 collected for local causes was taken, along with a laptop worth £600. Police are appealing for witnesses.
More information on the earthquake can be found on the official British Geological Survey site here
The first of the hundreds of cars which made up the cargo of the rescued car carrier Hoegh Osaka have started to be off-loaded.
Four tugs towed the 51,000-tonne ship back into Southampton Port last Thursday after it had become stranded for a total of 19 days off the Hampshire coast.
A spokesman for ship owners Hoegh Autoliners said that most of the cars had survived unscathed, while some had suffered dents and scratches.
An excavator had shifted punching a hole in the hull causing 3,000 tonnes of water to flood some of the car decks. The spokesman said that the condition of cars in this area was not yet known although "a small number" were under water.
ITV journalist Kim Hewitt has just sent us this video clip to explain what the Winchester earth tremor felt like where she lives in the city.