An inquest into the deaths of two British service personnel who died in a suspected "green-on-blue" attack in Afghanistan will begin today.
An inquest will resume later into the death of a man who got caught up in a severe snow storm during a trip to Greenland.
A 23-year-old climber from Hampshire who died alongside the teacher who introduced him to the sport "lived for" climbing, his sister said.
There is queueing traffic due to accident on M27 Westbound at J7 (Hedge End), congestion on A334 Charles Watts Way to A27 Moorhill Road. The slip road is closed. Police are on the scene.
Portsmouth Football Club are to reveal the name of their new manager later today. The side is the biggest fan-owned team in the country after a consortium took over the club in April 2013.
The previous manager Guy Whittingham was sacked last month.
A decision is due to be made today on whether four care homes in Hampshire will remain open. Up to 100 elderly people - some with dementia -will need to be re-homed if the sites in Petersfield, Basingstoke, Romsey and Lyndhurst are shut.
The county council says it would cost too much to bring them up to modern standards.
It's never easy starting a new school but imagine if you don't even speak the language?
A new initiative is being rolled out across Hampshire to help children from different cultures.
Pupils from more than 40 schools have been trained as interpreters for new pupils who speak little English.
Mel Bloor has been to visit one school in Basingstoke where no less than 27 different languages are spoken.
Interviewees: Vicky Hopkins, Deputy Head, Fairfields Primary School and Anwen Foy, Hampshire Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service.
A memorial festival will be held later for two teenage girls who died when they were hit by a car. Fourteen year old Jasmine Allsop and her friend Olivia Lewry, who was sixteen, were killed near Jasmine's home in Gosport last month. The memorial will be held at Brune Park Community School.
With household budgets under pressure, there's a warning that many families in the South may take on quick-fix loans just to get through the cost of Christmas next month - and pay for it in the New Year.
Today in Southampton protesters gathered outside businesses offering pay-day loans, to highlight the possible dangers of high interest debt. Mel Bloor reports.
There is queueing traffic and one lane blocked due to a broken down car on the M3 Southbound around J10 A31 (Winchester). There is congestion up to Winchester Services.
A teenager who left a man brain-damaged in a vicious attack has had his jail sentence increased to nine years. 51-year-old Andrew Toseland was kicked and repeatedly stamped on when he asked a group to be quiet outside his mother's flat in Gosport in August last year.
19-year-old Samuel Armstrong was originally jailed for 5 years - but today a judge said it was a "wicked offence" and the sentence was "too soft". Kerry Swain reports.
– Caroline Dinenage, Gosport MP
The priority in this case has been to seek justice for Andrew Toseland and his family, whose lives have all been devastated by this horrific attack in which he suffered a brain injury so severe that he will require 24 hour care for the rest of his life. The Court of Appeal's decision to increase the sentence sends out a firm message that brutal behaviour of this nature is not acceptable and will be punished.
Andrew Toseland's twin sister and brother-in-law have welcomed the increase in the jail term of the teenager who attacked Mr Toseland leaving him with brain damage.