Thousands of people are expected to attend this year's Farnborough Airshow today. Among them will be Prime Minister David Cameron.
It is also thought Sir Richard Branson will be at the show to order 12 multi- million pound environmentally friendly airbuses.
The event which is held every other year will see dozens of exhibits and demonstrations. The Red Arrows are set to perform, without aerobatics amid safety fears following the Shoreham Airshow Disaster.
Firefighters in Hampshire have become the first in the country to wear body cameras.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue say footage will be used to help investigations and officers evaluate their performance. The cameras were first trialled during May - including at this blaze at a firework shop in Southampton.
Having spent 186 days in orbit, Major Tim Peake is due to return to Earth. The Sussex astronaut is scheduled to exit the International Space Station tomorrow to land in Kazakhstan. He will see his family for the first time in six months.
The organisers of the Farnborough airshow have announced that the Red Arrows will NOT perform acrobatics when they appear at the event in July.
The new restrictions have come in after the Shoreham airshow crash last summer. The Farnbrough airshow takes place over a densely populated area.
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The final Merlin helicopter has left RAF Benson in Oxfordshire for a new life at Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton.
The Merlin Force officially transferred to the Royal Navy on 30 September 2014 and the final Merlin helicopter bade a fond farewell to RAF Benson as they flew to their new home at RNAS Yeovilton.
The Merlin came into service with the Royal Air Force in 2001 and contributed to combat and humanitarian operations for over a decade before being transferred to the Royal Navy.
The Red Arrows have decided not to perform acrobatic stunts at this year's Farnborough Airshow.
The decision follows the Shoreham tragedy last year.
They will still perform but will only take part in flypasts.
The military display team will not perform the usual loop-the-loops and barrel rolls.
The RAF said the team would still be engaging with adults and young people at Farnborough.
The region's cars of the future have been unveiled today. These images were released by Rolls Royce based at Goodwood and Mini based at Oxford.The cars can drive themselves and will have the latest technology.The concepts were revealed by parent group BMW, based at Farnborough.The company has been looking forward to the future as it celebrates 100 years.
Rolls Royce say it is the first time it has produced a concept car - and the vehicle will be the ultimate in luxury. But if you are a chauffeur it could prove to be bad news. The company say the car will drive itself.
But remember this is a concept car for the next 100 years, and not expected to be on our roads until 2040 - so don't worry too much just yet.
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The British Airways i360 observation pod has reached its maximum height of 138m for the first time, as testing and commissioning continue towards the attraction’s opening this summer.
Technicians could be seen on the crow’s nests, temporarily installed on the top of the pod, carrying out checks on the cladding and the busbar trunking behind it.