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Services at a stand on South Western Railway both ways between Fareham and St Denys due to fallen tree on the line.
An 18 year old woman has been allegedly raped in an alleyway in Gosport.
The victim, from Fareham, became separated from a friend after a night out.
She was attacked in an alleyway off the high street in the early hours on Sunday 6th August.
She managed to escape, and ran along Gosport high street where she raised the alarm by banging on the door of the McDonalds restaurant, staff then called the police.
Police are trying to trace a man with blond/mousey coloured short hair with a parting.
Anyone who may have seen the victim or the attacker between 3am and 5.30am in the area is asked to contact police.
They should call the Operation Amberstone Team at Fratton Police Station on 101.
Local officers are carrying out patrols in the area and detectives are following up several leads.
How to stay safe on a night out
- Where possible use public transport or use a designated driver, who isn’t drinking alcohol, to get you to and from any venue you go to
- When walking stick only to well lit areas with plenty of other people about
- Go with friends and try and make sure you stay together
One person had to be cut free from their car after it collided with a motorcycle in Fareham this morning.
Police, ambulance and firefighters were called to Fareham Road this morning following the accident.
Two people were taken to hospital. The extent of heir injuries isn't yet known.
Can you help find two teenage boys who've gone missing from Fareham?
Hampshire Police are concerned about the wellbeing of Logan Austin and Nasser Mian, both aged 15, who have been missing from the Fareham area since the early hours of Saturday, March 25.
Logan and Nasser do not have any money or phones with them.
They have connections in Liverpool, Kent and Essex.
Six million pounds of work to improve the rail line in Hampshire got underway today at Fareham in Hampshire.
The works mean disruption for thousands of passengers for nine days. However, Network Rail has said it will be worth it, because the changes will make the service better and more reliable. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
The interviewees are Suella Fernandes, the MP for Fareham; and Owen Jones from Network Rail.
£4.6 million pounds is being spent on a major railway track renewal project at Fareham in Hampshire. Network Rail says the work should make a better, more reliable railway system for the area.
Nine sets of points are being replaced, as are the crossings which allow trains to move between lines, 240 metres of track are also being replaced.
The town's railway station is also being upgraded for an additional £1 million investment being jointly invested by Network Rail and Hampshire county Council. Today the Fareham MP, Suella Fernandes - and Hampshire County Councillor Seán Woodward visited the site to see work on the project start.
Passengers are being advised to check on their routes before leaving home. There are replacement buses in place. Check below for changes to timetables.
You can also visit South West Trains for more information about the closure and the disruption.
Hundreds of rail engineers will spend the next week replacing nine sets of points and track at Fareham railway station in Hampshire. The station will get a big upgrade costing about £1 million pounds.
For passengers buses are replacing many trains between Southampton and Portsmouth.
Thousands of rail passengers are facing nine days of disruption from Saturday while an important junction on the South Coast line is renewed.
The MP for Fareham, Suella Fernandes, has been following events at the Southern Health Trust on behalf of her constituents in Hampshire.
The politician raised her concerns about the organisation in the House of Commons earlier this year. ITV Meridian presenter Sangeeta Bhabra asked the MP about her reaction to the resignation of Southern Health's Chief Executive Katrina Percy.