Rachel MacColl, the wife of missing Leading Seaman Timmy MacColl, has spoken exclusively to ITV News Meridian before going to Dubai.
Scuba divers from across the world will be putting their own custom built mini-subs to the test in Europe's first ever submarine race.
Several arrests have been made in the South in a nationwide crackdown on suspected internet paedophiles.
– An Iceland spokeswoman
Iceland has apologised to the customer and offered a gesture of goodwill and we will carry out an investigation with our supplier to determine how it happened.
The 29-year-old said the hair, believed to be part of the cow's hide, had come from a £3 packet of frozen mince bought at Iceland's Gosport store.
Ms Stock said Iceland had investigated and given her £30 in vouchers as an apology.
– Ms Stock talking to the Portsmouth News
It's completely traumatised her now. She was in buckets of tears. She was enjoying it until she found that and burst out crying.
A supermarket has apologised after a seven-year-old girl found a clump of hair in a home-cooked lasagne made with a packet of beef mince.
Trudy Stock, of Gosport, Hampshire, said her daughter, Shani, was in tears when she came across the object in her food and had suffered nightmares since.
Portsmouth Naval base will sound its nuclear emergency siren tomorrow. The wavering sound will be heard across Portsmouth and Gosport at 9.30am and will last for around one minute.
The siren is tested three times a year as part of the nuclear accident response plan for the Naval Base and in accordance with Portsmouth and Gosport councils' nuclear safety plan.
Police say the Samurai sword taken amid a string of burglaries in the Gosport area came from this collection.
Officers are appealing for information following eight burglaries between Wednesday and Saturday last week.
A computer monitor and a Samsung notebook computer were taken in the first raid last Wednesday afternoon, from a home in The Crossways.
At around 3am the next morning, a brick was thrown through a window of a house in Ferrol Road and the samurai sword stolen.
Six other incidents were then recorded in the following 72 hours with handbags, laptops, cameras and jewellery taken.
Police said they were "keeping an open mind as to whether these offences are linked" and warned people to make sure their homes were secured.
Anyone with information is asked to call PC Gee in Fareham on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
Police are appealing for witnesses following eight burglaries in Gosport between Wednesday and Saturday last week.
A Samurai sword was among the items taken on Thursday, at around 3am, when a brick was thrown through the window of a house in Ferrol Road.
The offender then reached through the broken window in order to steal the weapon.
– PC Sam Gee
There have been a number of burglaries in the Elson and Forton area and we are keeping an open mind as to whether these offences are linked.
“Some of the properties were entered via insecure doors and I would like to take this opportunity to remind members of the public to ensure they lock and secure all doors and windows before they go to bed or leave the house.
“I’d like to hear from anyone that has been offered any of the stolen property for sale, or who has information about the people responsible for these offences.”
Yachtsman Alex Thomson sailed round the world in 80 days, setting a new British record and finishing third in the Vendee Globe race. Today he was given a hero's welcome as he entered his home town of Gosport in Hampshire, with a Sail of Parade. Heather Edwards went to meet him and his fans.
The Gosport yachtsman Alex Thomson has been welcomed home to Gosport after his successful round-the-world feat in the Vendee Globe race. He is the fastest Briton to have finished the 24,000 mile race at sea. In an interview with Meridian's Heather Edwards, he thanked his fans for all their support.
Hampshire yachtsman Alex Thomson has been taking part in his official homecoming to Gosport after breaking a British record in the round the world Vendee Globe race. Thomson finished the race for the first time in his third attempt, coming third overall.
ITV Meridian spoke to Alex Thomson earlier this week about the challenge. He spent 80 days 19 hours and 23 minutes at sea competing in the Vendee Globe - a route which stretched over more than 24,000 miles, even taking a detour to help a fellow competitor facing problems with his boat.
A brand new Clipper 70 ocean racing yacht will join the parade of sail to welcome Alex Thomson home to Gosport after his impressive third place in the Vendee Globe.
At 25 Thomson became the youngest skipper to win a round-the-world race when he led Ariel, one of the first generation 60 foot Clipper Race yachts, to victory in the 1998-99 edition of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.
Now, one of the latest state-of-the-art third generation 70 foot Clipper Race yachts will be out on the water tomorrow, crewed by Clipper Race staff, many of whom have also raced around the world and have great admiration for Alex’s latest achievement.