More than 3,000 runners have taken part in this year's Hastings half marathon - the windiest race in its 33 year historyRead the full story ›
Congratulations to the first finishers at the Reading half marathon.
Andy Vernon crossed the finish line first in an unofficial record time of 1:03:08.
His team mate and training partner from the Aldershot, Farnham and District athletics club, Charlotte Purdue, won the women's race.
Thousands of people have taken part in the 33rd Hastings half marathonRead the full story ›
They're off! Reading half marathon is underway raising millions for charityRead the full story ›
A number of roads will be closed in Reading today for the town's half marathon.Read the full story ›
On Sunday around fifteen and a half thousand runners will take to the streets for the 34th Reading Half Marathon.
The 13 point one mile race starts at the Green Park business complex, and goes through the town centre with passing spots including the university campus, the main train station, three Hospitals - including the Royal Berkshire - and ending at the Madejski Stadium.
Cary Johnston met some competitors ahead of the race.
From elite athletes to enthusiastic amateurs, the runners will take on a 13.1 mile course this weekend.Read the full story ›
A man injured in a crash in Eastleigh has died in hospital.
The collision took place on the evening of January 3rd on Leigh Road at the junction of the slip road onto the northbound M3, involving a blue Skoda Octavia taxi and a black Nissan Navara,
The passenger of the Nissan, am 86-year-old man from Andover, was treated for injuries at the scene and was taken to Southampton General Hospital.
However, whilst in hospital he was found to have sustained a more serious injury from the collision and died on Thursday.
"Sadly, the passenger of the Nissan Navara passed away on Thursday. We need to speak to anyone who witnessed this collision or anyone who has any information that could assist our investigation. I would urge anyone with information to contact us on 101.”
A woman is in hospital following a flat fire in Hampshire, thought to have started after a flame from a candle caught onto curtains.
Three people suffered smoke inhalation in the blaze at a building in Market Street in Eastleigh.
Emergency services were called to the scene at 7.30pm on Saturday night.
Three people were treated for smoke inhalation, including a woman who was taken to hospital.
Protests are expected outside a planning meeting later by campaigners who are concerned about future housing decisions in Hampshire.
They're angry permission was given to build seven hundred homes on land in the Eastleigh area by the government because the council is still developing its local plan.