British Geographical Survey site shows earth tremor spike around 6.30pm this evening.
Earthquake in Winchester. The whole room flexed for about 3 seconds. My first quake!
At the risk of sounding a bit dramatic, did Winchester just have a tiny tiny earthquake?
Preliminary 2.8 earthquake near Winchester in Hampshire, many felt reports from Winchester on Twitter.
Swear there's just been an very small earthquake in winchester ?
Biggest event to happen in Winchester for awhile... #winchesterearthquake2015 but the question is, was it an earthquake or an explosion!?
Not going mad. Everyone else in Winchester seems to have felt an earthquake happen too! So, not my bookshelf falling down then.
House of Commons will be a 'poorer place without people like Mark Hoban', who is standing down, says Political Correspondent Phil Hornby.Read the full story ›
Fareham's Conservative MP, Mark Hoban, has announced today that he will be stepping down from Parliament at May's General Election.
After 14 years in Parliament I believe that it is time to start a new chapter in my life, so I have decided not to re-stand in May’s General Election. This has been a difficult decision but the right one. It is time to turn a new page and take on some new challenges.
It has been a privilege to have been the Member of Parliament for Fareham since 2001. In that time, together we have more than doubled the majority. I have been able to help thousands of residents with their problems. After a hectic week in Westminster, visits to our excellent schools and college, thriving businesses and vibrant voluntary sector always reinvigorate me. We have much to be proud of in Fareham.
A six-year-old boy who survived a plane crash in Hampshire which killed his parents is conscious and making a recovery, according to his school.
George Tonkinson is being treated at Southampton General Hospital for the injuries he suffered when the light aircraft he was travelling in came down in woodland near Popham Airfield, Hampshire, on Saturday afternoon.
Lewis Tonkinson, 50, and Sally Tonkinson, 44, from Alcester in Warwickshire, were travelling from the Isle of Wight along with their son and were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
Jim Turner, headteacher at the independent King's Hawford Junior school in Worcester, where George is a year 2 pupil, said that he is a "lovely boy" who will "need the support of those close to him" following the tragic accident which has left him an orphan.
He said: "We are deeply saddened to hear of the accident which resulted in George Tonkinson suffering serious injuries and the deaths of his parents, Lewis and Sally Tonkinson.
"George is a lovely boy. He will need the support of those close to him at this difficult time.
Our thought and prayers are with them all. We heard today that George is conscious and making a recovery from this horrific incident.<
"We will be talking to the children on their return to school tomorrow and holding a special assembly in which we will all be praying for George and his family."
A major operation is under way tonight to free a car transporter ship which ran aground in the Solent.
Twenty-five crew members had to be rescued from the Hoegh Osaka, which was heading out of Southampton water when it ran onto the Bramble Bank sandbank in The Solent yesterday evening.
Richard Slee reports
Hampshire Police have named a couple who were killed in a light aircraft crash in the Blackwwod Forest near Popham Airfield in Hampshire yesterday.
They were Lewis Tonkinson, 50 and Sally Tonkinson, 44, from Alcester in Warwickshire. Their six-year-old son, who was also in the light aircraft, remains in Southampton General Hospital where he is being treated for life threatening injuries.
Hampshire Police said post mortem examinations are due to take place on Tuesday. Officers remain at the scene. The Air Accident Investigation Branch also has a team on site carrying out an assessment of the wreckage, searching for clues of what may have caused the crash. The aircraft took off from Bembridge on the isle of Wight on Saturday afternoon.
Officers are asking anyone who saw the aircraft before the crash at 3.43pm on Saturday 3rd January to contact the AAIB on 01252 510300.
Scores of people employed by the parcels delivery firm City Link at its depot at Fareham, Hampshire, are facing redundancy after the firm went into administration. Union officials are seeking clarification on where they stand.