A Hampshire woman speaks out about losing a six figure sum in a fake share scam.
Billy Morgan has made it through to the final of the snowboard slopestyle event at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Hampshire County Council has issued advice on dealing with flooding.
Flags are at half mast today, as we mourn the loss of one our officers, who has sadly died after a cycling accident #PoliceFamily
PC Richard Phillips-Schofield was based at Bitterne. He was a fantastic & popular officer. He will be missed by all. #PoliceFamily
Tributes are being paid to a Hampshire police officer who has died following a tragic accident on Sunday. Richard Phillips-Schofield, 33, was participating in a race at the Mountbatten Centre velodrome in Portsmouth when the collision happened.
He was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital after sustaining severe chest and head injuries, where sadly he died this afternoon. The force flags at Winchester headquarters and Netley have been lowered as mark of respect, and will remain lowered throughout tomorrow.
– Superintendent James Fulton, area commander for Southampton
Richard was an exceptional officer. He worked in the city for all of his ten years service, and was universally popular – a first class officer, thief taker, colleague and friend. The whole force shares the pain of his family and friends, and at this time we remember Rich as a man who inspired so many and delivered so much.
– Chief Constable Andy Marsh
I was proud to serve with Richard, and had the privilege of being one of the first of his colleagues to congratulate him on his gold medal when we competed together in Belfast last year. His service in the police was no less impressive, a first class officer, team player and friend to so many. He was a credit to Hampshire Constabulary and policing in many ways. Richard's loss will have a huge impact on friends and colleagues across the service, not only in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight but across the UK. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this tragic time.
The parents of a schoolboy whose heart stopped during a PE lesson have praised the teacher who saved his life while she was on a routine job interview.
Emma Denham's practice lesson was being observed as part of the interview process at The Mountbatten School in Romsey, when 16-year-old Sam Mangaro suffered a cardiac arrest.
But quick-thinking Emma and three other members of staff gave him life saving CPR using a defibrillator that the school had only recently purchased.
Two lanes are closed and traffic is slow moving on the M27 eastbound in Hampshire between junction 8 for the A3024 (Bursledon/Hamble) and junction 9 for the A27 (Segensworth/Fareham). There's congestion to junction 4 for the M3.
A man's body has been recovered from a river in Hampshire. A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said: 'We can confirm police were called today to the discovery of a man's body in the River Anton near the Waterloo Court area of Andover, Hampshire.
'The body has been recovered from the river and formally identified. Police won't be in a position to name the deceased man until all next-of-kin have been informed. The death is not being treated as suspicious.'
Runners make the most of the sunshine, as they raise money for the Oakhaven Hospice in Lymington. More than £40,000 has been raised with the John Austin half-marathon, since the race was founded three years ago.
Three workers from a Portsmouth company are celebrating after they won one million pounds in the Euromillions Raffle last Friday.
Terry Hunt checked their syndicate ticket online to see they had won and immediately called his fellow colleagues.
The trio have been playing EuroMillions every Tuesday and Friday for the past three years.
Terry Hunt, from Havant, said:
"You can imagine the commotion in the office and it was so nice that everyone was genuinely delighted for us. In fact it was only towards the end of the day that I realised I’d left the winning ticket lying around on my desk for most of the time – we were all so carried away with excitement.”
Fellow syndicate member Alison Gruar, said:
“I got married in January and then bought a new house - we also have a young child so I have been really worried about money to the point that I have been losing sleep. This win is a game changer for me. We will be able to pay off our debts and start enjoying life a bit more.”
Hampshire Police are appealing for information after £49,000 worth of jewellery was taken during a break-in at a Farnborough home.
The items were taken from a house in Cedar Road between the 14th to 17th February in two safes.
The discarded safes were later found smashed open off Hawley Lane on the 21st February.
A unique engraved parachute regiment was amongst the items stolen, as well as several Rolex and Tag Heuer watches and diamond rings.
Aldershot Police would like to hear from anyone who has been offered a large amount of jewellery or the distinctive watch for sale.
A 21-year-old man from Eastleigh suffered a bruised and swollen face after two men attacked him as he walked along the street.
The incident happened between 1.30 and 1.40am on Sunday 2nd March along Desborough Road in the town.
Two men ran towards him and dragged him to the floor then threatened him and demanded his phone and wallet.
He was then punched in the head but his attackers ran off as a group of youths approached them.
– Susan Hampton, Eastleigh Detective Constable
This was a violent and unprovoked robbery on a young man who was walking home from work. We’d like to hear from anyone who saw what happened, or who has information to come forward.”
Police are searching for a man who indecently exposed himself to two teenage girls in Southampton.
The man was driving a small blue car when he exposed himself to two 15-year-old girls on Friday 28th February at 6.45pm.
The man offered the girls money and exposed himself to the girls on Oak Road and they ran off unharmed.
The man is described as white, between 25-30 years old, skinny and 6ft tall with brown spiky hair.
– PC Lauren Dunkason
This is an isolated incident and we have not received any other similar reports. I'd urge anyone who recognises the description and knows of a similar man in the area, who owns or uses a small blue vehicle, to contact us."