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Murder victim's photo released as appeal renewed

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The family of a man murdered in Winchester have released his photograph as police renew their appeal for witnesses.

Carl Scott's body was found at a house in Birch Court off Thurmond Crescent in Winchester on 22nd March.

Police are trying to establish the 37 year old's movements before his death.

A 58 year old man from Winchester was arrested on suspicion of murder and released on bail.

Police are asking anyone who has information which is relevant to this murder investigation to get in touch via 101 quoting Operation Teasel.

Any information can be left anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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Flybe fined for sending millions of unwanted emails

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Airline Flybe has been fined £70,000 for sending millions of marketing emails to people who did not wish to receive them.

An investigation by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) found 3.3 million unwanted emails were sent.

The airline, which has a large base at Southampton Airport, sent the emails in August last year.

The email advised people to amend any out of date information and update their marketing preferences.

It also offered recipients to be entered into a prize draw if they updated their preferences.

The ICO warned UK firms to respect customers' data wishes.

Sending emails to determine whether people want to receive marketing without the right consent, is still marketing and it is against the law.”

“The company deliberately contacted people who had already opted out of emails from them.”

“Businesses must understand they can’t break one law to get ready for another.”

– Steve Eckersley, Head of Enforcement, ICO

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Musicians in tune for Comic Relief marathon

Dozens of musicians from across the south have completed a unique orchestral decathlon - ten well known pieces of classical music performed in one day, all for Comic Relief.

The orchestra gave three back-to-back concerts at the Turner Sims Theatre in Southampton.

Among the works performed were Ravel's Bolero, symphonies by Beethovan and Dvorzak, and piano concertos by Shostakovich and Rachmaninov.

Below, organiser Craig Lawton talks about how exhausting the programme was:

Appeal to find missing Hampshire teenagers

Can you help find two teenage boys who've gone missing from Fareham?

Logan Austin Credit: Hampshire Police
Nasser Mian Credit: Hampshire Police

Hampshire Police are concerned about the wellbeing of Logan Austin and Nasser Mian, both aged 15, who have been missing from the Fareham area since the early hours of Saturday, March 25.

Logan and Nasser do not have any money or phones with them.

They have connections in Liverpool, Kent and Essex.

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