Firefighters from Cosham in Portsmouth have rescued three girls who became stuck partway up some chalk cliffs while exploring a cave.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service have filmed a video of the damage caused by a blaze at a flat at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth.
The video was posted on Youtube with the message:
"We return to the scene of a large fire which devastated a flat at the Roundhouse Tower at Gunwharf Quays recently.
Firefighter Beth Medway, from Southsea Fire Station, tells us about her experiences dealing with the fire and gives us some fire safety tips.
More than 40 firefighters tackled the blaze in a block of flats on Saturday, February 25.
Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service say they were called to a fire at a block of flats at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth just after midday.
More than 30 firefighters are at the scene. There have been no reports of any injuries. The fire started in a kitchen on the fourth floor.
The video is from @Hamblepoint
Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service at the scene. They are advising people in the area surrounding the fire to keep their windows shut so that the smoke does not enter their homes.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service has helped to design Britain's first mobile field hospital.
The tent-based facility would be used in disaster zones. It can be transformed into a medical centre with 40 beds for up to 90 days. The UK has become the sixth country to have a mobile field hospital.
According to Robin Bates from Urban Search & Rescue (USAR) who was the project section leader in charge of accommodation and logistics, the facility is impressive.
More than 30 firefighters spent the night tackling a fire at two barns in Barton Stacey near Andover. Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service sent six fire engines and water carriers on the evening of Thursday 29th December.
There are no reports of any injuries.
It is believed that a coffee machine was the cause of a fire which has destroyed part of the Fleet Services petrol station complex on the M3.
It took more than fifty firefighters most of last night to fight the flames which it was feared would spread to a hotel and petrol station.
The fire is thought to have started in the KFC restaurant at the site - on the southbound side of the motorway at 10:30pm. A dozen staff were evacuated but no-one was injured. Most of the building has been destroyed.
Firefighters say that if the fire had happened at any other time of day then lives could have been lost. Richard Slee reports.
All lanes of the M3 southbound have been reopened after the overnight fire at Fleet Service station. Fire crews remain at the scene damping down. However the service station area and the fuel station remain closed.
Group Commander Brian Rudman from Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service said crews would remain at the scene for much of the day.