Medals won by the late Bernard Jordan, who made headlines when he sneaked to Normandy for the commemorations, will be auctioned for charity.Read the full story ›
He'd hoped to make a splash by dropping into Sandwich from 10,000 feet - but as it turned out, too many sandwiches were his downfall.
The Free UK Party's Pub Landlord and would-be MP, Al Murray, was banned from a parachuting stunt this morning after weighing in too hefty for the jump.
Unbeaten, he went to Sandwich anyway and we sent reporter David Johns to track his election progress.
He spoke to Al Murray of FUKP and Nigel Askew of the Reality Party.
Al Murray said the jump was off because he had piled on the pounds "due to too much partying" over Christmas.Read the full story ›
The one millionth Morris Minor to come off the production line at Cowley in Oxford, has sold at auction for £25,760.Read the full story ›
A dog rescue centre is appealing for new homes for two abandoned dogs.Read the full story ›
They promise a spectacular show, "filled with magic", combining circus arts with music, dance and theatre.
"Circus Eloize" is coming to the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury and the Mayflower in Southampton, and David Johns has been along for a preview.
He spoke to performers Lea Toran Genner and Samuel Charlton.
It's a great day out for children with long-term illness and this year's 'Mad Hatters' event is being hailed as the best yet. Around three hundred people attended, and were entertained by an eight foot tall robot - and our very own Fred Dinenage. Andrew Pate has more.
A chef from Hampshire has created one of the world's most expensive cornish pasties - costing a mouth-watering £230.
Richard Shaw from Southwick said he hopes his VIP - very important pasty - will win at the '2015 World Pasty Championships' at the Eden Project in Cornwall this weekend.
His recipe contains Wagyu beef from Japan, black pepper from India and potatoes from the United States of America.
Twenty-five tonnes of pigeon poo has been discovered inside an ancient monument.Read the full story ›
For more than 40 years prisoners were locked up at Eastleigh Magistrates' Court, but now the cells are full of musical instruments.Read the full story ›