After months of planning and anticipation, yesterday's dreadful weather may have scuppered the sailing - but the America's Cup World Series was far from a washout - according to organisers.
Plans are already underway to bring the sailing spectacular back to Portsmouth next year - with Ben Ainslie saying that Saturday's racing in front of the home crowd was the most amazing day of his sailing career.
However, organisers are counting the cost of the event - with only HALF the expected 500,000 spectators attending. Seafront attractions, and traders who paid to be on the seafront, say they lost out. Richard Jones reports.
A major conference is underway on the recommendation to expand Heathrow Airport rather than Gatwick. Runways UK - which promotes airport expansion is examining the best use of existing resources before any new runway is built..
As our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports both major airports say they need to expand. And he's been looking at the impact of new runways at an airport in the USA which is more than three times the size of Heathrow.
A campaign to save a big brand, and the town centre in general, is underway in the home of the British Army.
Marks and Spencer has announced it's proposing to close its store in Union Street in Aldershot after 80 years of business - and 45 employees could lose their jobs.
Butt the announcement has raised the question of whether this is a bigger issue, and whether the town centre itself is in decline. Divya Kohli reports
As the Chancellor gave his budget statement to the Commons, people in our region were watching closely.
What was their reaction - are they better off - or not? Andrew Pate has our report.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union will walk out from 5pm on July 12. They will also ban overtime over the weekend of July 10-12. The move follows a 9-1 vote for strikes among union members at Southern, which operates commuter and other services between London and the Sussex coast.
The RMT said hundreds of engineers were involved in the dispute and warned that the strike will hit services. Officials said under the 2013 pay settlement, a working group of union reps and managers was set up to find productivity measures that could cut the working week.
The union said the group could not find any way to bring in a 35-hour week with no extra cost to the company. Productivity measures were subsequently brought in for engineers without leading to a reduction in the working week, said the RMT.
General Secretary Mick Cash said: "RMT will not stand by while agreed policies, procedures and agreements are unilaterally ripped up by Southern and promises on the reduction in the working week are kicked aside despite increases in productivity.
"As a result we declared a dispute and our engineering grades have now delivered a massive vote for industrial action and that programme of strikes and overtime bans will begin next week.
"In all of this, management have failed to show our members the respect they deserve as skilled and dedicated workers. We have made every effort to talk to the company about these issues, but have got nowhere. The only option we have it to use industrial action.
"Southern is a company intensively under the spotlight over its performance at the moment and RMT will not have our members left unrewarded as they hit work targets and then face a barrage of attacks on working conditions and procedures. RMT remains available for talks."
Members of Parliament from the south given their reaction to a report recommending Heathrow is given the go-ahead to expand.
The findings were published by the Airport Commission which took three years to reach its conclusion which looked at the best way to increase the country's airport capacity.
Reaction below from: Phillip Lee (Bracknell), Adam Afriyie (Windsor), Boris Johnson (Mayor of London), Harriet Harman (acting Labour leader), Caroline Lucas (Brighton Pavilion), Nick Herbert (Arundel and South Downs), Henry Smith (Crawley), Carwyn Cox (Windsor and Maidenhead Council), Ranil Jayawardena (North East Hampshire) and Patrick Mcloughlin (Transport Secretary).
Members of Parliament from the south east have expressed their reaction to a report saying a third runway at Heathrow is the best option to increase the country's airport capacity.
The findings were published by the Airport Commission which took three years to reach its conclusion.
Reaction from: Henry Smith (Crawley), Jeremy Quinn (Horsham), Tom Tugendhat (Tonbridge and Malling), Caroline Ansell (Eastbourne), Nus Ghani (Wealden), Adam Afriyie (Windsor) and Kelly Tolhurst (Rochester and Strood)
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, said today that a new runway for Heathrow would mean a massive increase in noise pollution and fumes.
David Cameron announced a short time ago that a decision on a new runway for the region would be made by the end of the year. The recommended option, announced today, is Heathrow.
Residents around Heathrow are furious over today's announcement that the airport is the preferred option for a new runway. Interviewees: Helen Hansen-Hjul and Murray Barter.