A man has been remanded in custody charged with the manslaughter of two teenage girls who died after they were hit by a car in Hampshire.
The mother of a teenager killed in a crash with a car outside her home in Hampshire kissed her daughter goodbye as she lay dead in the road.
Anna Wardley from Gosport has become the fourth person to swim successfully round the Isle of Wight. So how did it go?
Detectives investigating the deaths of two teenage girls in Gosport last weekend have charged a man with manslaughter.
Samuel Etherington, aged 20, of Gosport, Hampshire, is charged with two counts of manslaughter and will remain in custody until tomorrow when he is due to appear at Portsmouth Magistrates Court.
Jasmine Allsop who was 14 and Olivia Lewry who was 16 were killed when they were hit by a car at the junction of Ann's Hill Road and Brougham Road on Sunday.
Police are appealing for information after a girl's mountain bike was stolen from a property in Gosport.
The bike was taken from inside a front porch at a house in Southway, Bridgemary, on Thursday, October 31st.
The bike, a white Carrera Valour mountain bike worth £249, belonged to a 14-year-old girl who had saved her own money to buy the bike. Homeowners are reminded to ensure all windows and external doors are secured in unoccupied rooms.
Police investigating the death of two teenage girls who were killed in Gosport after being hit by a car have been given more time to question a 20-year-old man in custody.
Detectives now have until 00.25am on Thursday before a decision is made on whether to charge the suspect.
A Hampshire police spokesman said: "The courts have granted more time for detectives to continue questioning a 20-year-old man on suspicion of murder after a fatal road traffic collision in Gosport on Sunday, November 3, 2013.
"The suspect can now remain under arrest in police custody for interviewing until 12.25am on the morning of Thursday, November 7, 2013.
"A decision will follow on whether there is enough evidence at that time to charge the suspect with a criminal offence."
The heartbroken mother of a teenage girl killed after being hit by a car close to her home has read the many tributes to her daughter.
Jasmine Allsop, 14, and best friend Olivia Lewry, 16, both of Gosport, died after being fatally injured by a car near Ann’s Hill Road.
Jasmine's mother Rosemary is pictured here reading tribute messages left with near her home.
Detectives are continuing to question a 20-year-old man on suspicion of murder.
The new Defence Minister Anna Soubry MP will visit Gosport today to discuss key issues facing the area with MP Caroline Dinenage.
She will look at some of the key issues facing the area, such as the need to replace the Victorian Oil Fuel Depot for the new Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers.
The visit will include a tour of the military and ex-military sites around the constituency and Gosport MP Caroline will then hold a brief meeting with the Minister to consider the potential of these sites.
– Caroline Dinenage, Gosport MP
I'm really grateful that the Minister has found time in her busy schedule to visit Gosport. I'm looking forward to taking her on a tour of the peninsula and hope that we can secure even more MoD support for our area.
Gosport's close links with defence are essential to its heritage and a number of exciting plans are currently being drawn up for some of our former military sites. I am also pleased to have the opportunity to discuss policies affecting serving personnel."
Police have been granted further time by the courts to continue to question a 20-year-old man on suspicion of murder after a fatal road traffic collision in Gosport. The suspect can remain in custody until Tuesday evening.
Police have been questioning a man on suspicion of murder after two girls died when they were hit by a car in Hampshire. Fred and Sangeeta link to Andrew Pate.
A fishing vessel was overturned by the tide and broke free from its moor, blocking The Hard this morning.
Ferry services were disrupted after the floating boat was left blocking the front of the pontoon.
Boats in the harbour had been trying to manoeuvre the vessel out of the way and it was finally cleared this afternoon after a joint effort from Wightlink and the Harbour Master.
Police investigating the deaths of two teenage girls in Gosport are urging people to avoid posting details on social media.
Police say: “This plea particularly applies to names and possible motives of people perceived to be involved in the circumstances surrounding this case.
“Such speculation is upsetting and disrespectful to the victims’ families, and can also have unintended effects on important lines of enquiry and evidence ahead of any future court case.”