A package of works to ease congestion in Gosport and Fareham, worth £90m, has been proposed. The aim would be to remove bottlenecks from the two towns to the M27 whilst also improving access. The measures include a single carriageway Stubbington bypass with a speed limit of 50mph.
It will connect from Gosport Road to Titchfield Road, which was one of three possible routes put to the public in a consultation. The plans will be discussed by Hampshire County Councillors on March 17.
The family of an elderly couple killed in a crash on the A34 say they are "shocked and devastated" at their deaths.
Barry Janes, who was 70-years-old, and his wife Shirley died when their car left the carriageway at Three Maids Hill on Monday night.
The couple from Fareham were traveling southbound when their car, for reasons that police are investigating, crashed and ended up on its roof.
Anyone who witnessed the incident to help the police build a better picture of what happened that night of 24th February are asked contact PC Matthew Clayton on 101, quoting Operation Agate.
A suspicious package that was delivered to HMS Collingwood in Fareham, Hampshire is NOT thought to be suspicious.
Hampshire Police confirmed that the package is not suspicious.
A security incident is 'ongoing' at the Royal Navy's warfare school, HMS Collingwood in Fareham.
It is thought that the incident could involve a suspicious package but the MoD have not confirmed this.
A spokesperson said, "We can confirm there is an ongoing incident at HMS Collingwood, the Royal Navy warfare school in Fareham, Hampshire.
"It would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage."
HMS Collingwood is the headquarters of the navy's Maritime Warfare School and Surface Stream, delivering training including weapon engineering, diving,physical training, chemical biological radiation nuclear and damage control, sea survival, seamanship and military skills.
A hotel in Hampshire, that refused to refund a widower for his 50th wedding anniversary party when his wife died, has now agreed to give him his money back. 78-year-old Eric Clifton from Swanmore had to cancel the event after his wife Joyce died from cancer 2 months before.
The Lysses House Hotel in Fareham initially refused to refund the £700 he had already paid - but, as Sarah Cooper reports, they've now had a change of heart.
The owner of a hotel that refused to refund an Army veteran for an anniversary party after his wife died has told ITV News they will "come to some sort of agreement" with him or that he "will make a charitable donation."
Colin Mercer said his staff had not been made aware of the reasons behind the cancellation of the July event and only became aware of the circumstances after a bad review on a hotel review website.
He said: "This happened in June for an event in July, five months later there was a bad review on TripAdvisor. In all those months no one approached us."
Mr Mercer added: "I do feel I haven't been able to put our points across. I'm upset about it, I wouldn't want this to happen to anybody.
"If Mr Clifton wants to contact us we can come to some sort of agreement, if he doesn't we will make some charitable donation."
Mr Clifton booked the hotel for his 50th wedding anniversary but eight weeks before the party his wife, Joyce, died from cancer.