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.
Detectives are appealing for information after a ram raid style robbery at West End Service Station.
The robbers used a stolen Rover Metro to reverse into the service station in Swaythling Road at around 2.10am this morning, Monday, November 25th.
A man working the night shift saw the Metro reverse at speed crashing into the metal roller shutter covering the front door of the garage shop.
Three hooded men ran into the garage and demanded money. They stole just over £10,000 and left on foot - leaving the car behind.
The friends of a young woman with cystic fibrosis who died last month are holding a special fund raising event tonight in her memory.
Samantha Jo Turl was only 23 when she died. She worked at the Vue cinema in Eastleigh where friends have organised a special Dr Who evening. As well as 50th anniversary screenings of Dr Who, there'll be fancy dress, a raffle and a visiting Dalek. Her friend Oonagh paid tribute to her:
The money raised will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Today the relatives of dozens of vulnerable, elderly people made a last ditch attempt to prevent four of the south's care homes from closing.
Hampshire County Council want to close Deeside in Basingstoke - along with Bulmer House in Petersfield and two other homes in Romsey and in the New Forest. It would mean 121 residents would be evicted and 190 people would lose their jobs.
The council claims it would cost 10 million pounds to bring the homes up to modern standards. But campaigners say the needs of relatives must be a priority. From Winchester, Juliette Fletcher reports.
Over the coming months more car park spaces are being built at busy stations - to deal with the problem of overcrowding.
Farnborough station will see the biggest increase - with an extra 243 bays. Fleet will see an extra 153 parking spaces.
And at Winchester 113 spaces will be created. The bad news? Major disruption while the work gets underway as Sally Simmonds reports.
If you are concerned about someone with post-natal depression or are worried you may be experiencing the symptoms speak to your GP, or you can get advice through organisations like the Mental Health Foundation. There's advice on mental wellbeing the Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust website
Women suffering from mental health problems during pregnancy and after giving birth are suffering needlessly and in some cases taking their own lives because of a lack of specialist care.
One of the top psychiatrists in this area - has described the support offered to women with conditions like post natal depression as woefully patchy - a postcode lottery.
His comments follow the death of an army major's wife from Swindon - who lay in front of a train while suffering with the illness. Kerry Swain has the story.
In this report she speaks to mother Denisa Mojzisova, Consultant psychiatrist Dr Alain Gregoire and Health minister Dan Poulter MP
A revolutionary new train which can replace old train tracks, five times faster than before, is being used on the Basingstoke to Salisbury line. The improvements should provide commuters with a more reliable service.
An incredible tale of bravery has been brought to the surface by a team of Hampshire scuba divers. In 1950 leading aircraftman Andy Anderson rescued two men who were stuck on board a burning seaplane.
His story went undiscovered until the Calshot Divers tried to unravel the mystery surrounding three iconic Sunderland flying boats. Charlotte Wilkins poke to Andy Anderson's son, John.
Police came under attack as they tried to stop an illegal rave in the countryside attended by up to 100 people.
Six officers sustained injuries after allegedly having missiles thrown at them in Beacon Hill, Highclere, close to where Downton Abbey is filmed on the Hampshire/Berkshire border.
A 23-year-old man and 29-year-old woman were arrested on suspicion of organising the unlicensed event.
The woman, from Oxfordshire, was also held for suspected possession of class B drugs.
Officers from Hampshire and neighbouring Thames Valley Police were alerted to the rave at around midnight and say they attended to foil any disorder and disruption to local residents.
Two people have been arrested after an illegal rave in the early hours of this morning. Between 80 and 100 people were at the unlicensed event at Beacon Hill near Highclere on the Hampshire Berkshire border.
A 23-year-old man from Surrey and a 29-year-old woman from Oxfordshire were arrested in relation to organising the event. The woman was also arrested for possession of class B drugs.
Officers from Hampshire and Thames Valley Police were subjected to violence, including missiles thrown at them, which resulted in six officers sustaining non-serious injuries.