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Two parked vans were damaged when a wall separating Longs Court car park and the Kings Arms in Whitchurch in Hampshire collapsed. Residents and those in the pub heard the wall fall but no-one actually saw it happen.
Battersea Dogs and Cats Homein Windsor is looking for a home for one of their longest serving residents. Five year old Brody has already been with them for two months. He has health problems and will need some special care, as Richard Slee explains.
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after being involved in a collision with a car in Hampshire.
At around 4.15pm yesterday a 29-year-old man was struck by a black BMW 535 on The Avenue near to the junction with Rockstone Place in Southampton.
The pedestrian suffered life-threatening injuries.
Officers are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
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A man has been jailed for twelve years for a brutal hammer attack on a 17-year-old girl in Portsmouth.Read the full story ›
Demolition work on one of Winchester's tallest buildings has begun.
The former Hampshire Constabulary headquarters in Romsey Road is being torn down to make way for over 200 new homes of which, a portion will be affordable housing.
For more than 50 years the building stood at the top of the highest point in the city.
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Another kick in the teeth for passengers - that's how union leaders have described today's announcement that train fares will rise once again. From January the 2nd, prices will go up by an average of two point three percent.
On South West Trains, passengers will have to find an extra £120 to pay for an annual season ticket from Bournemouth to London.
While on Southern, an annual ticket for long-suffering commuters on the Brighton to London line will cost over £80 more in the New Year.
But the government also said today that thousands of Southern passengers are in line for compensation, as John Ryall explains.
The former England international footballer Mick Channon is one of a rare breed, having reached the top in two sports.
He is remembered fondly as a player at both Southampton and Portsmouth football clubs, before he switched to horse racing.
However in a new book he's described as grumpy, foul-mouthed and short-tempered. The author of the book should know - it's his own son.
Mike Hall has been to West Ilsley to speak to the Channons.