An inquest into the deaths of two British service personnel who died in a suspected "green-on-blue" attack in Afghanistan will begin today.
Hundreds showed their support for the armed forces in West Sussex today as the 47th Regiment, Royal Artillery marched through Havant
The 10ft long porbeagle weighed more than 39 stone. Caught off the Cornish coast by Wayne Comben from Havant and Graeme Pullen from Hook.
A 20 year old man was attacked as he pushed a young child in a pushchair through Havant. It happened between 10.30pm and 11pm on Sunday, August 10 when he was walking along Wakefords Way.
As he walked past Monxton Green, three youths who were sat on the wall at the corner, approached the man and asked him to buy them some alcohol from the nearby Londis Store. The victim refused and they then punched him several times, hitting him in the back of the head with a blunt implement. They then stood on his head, causing serious head injuries. The offenders then made off towards Four Marks Green.
Officers have descriptions of the three youths they’d like to speak to:
Man one:- White - 5ft 10ins- Medium build- Aged 16 to 17- He had two tattoos of tear drops on the right side of his face in green ink, just below his right eye. - He was wearing a dark coloured hooded top with the hood up.
Man two:- Mixed race- 6ft 2ins- Large build- He looked about 19 years of age, but the victim believes he was younger, as he had asked him to get alochol from the store prior to the assault.- He had a purple scar running from his left ear to his chin- He spoke with a Liverpudlian accent- Wearing a grey Nike hooded top with the hood up. - He heard the other youths refer to him as ‘Marcus’
Man three:- White- 5ft 5ins- Skinny build- Aged 15 to 16- Wearing a bright yellow hooded top with the hood up and blue canvas type shoes with white soles
– Detective Constable Stuart Moore
“This was a vicious unprovoked attack on a man who had the young child of a friend with him. The victim is currently receiving treatment at hospital where he has been diagnosed with swelling to the brain. He has been suffering from fits, headaches and blurred vision since the attack. We are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen these youths or anyone who may have been approached by them to buy alcohol on that evening. I would also like to speak to anyone who has any information that could assist our inquiry.”
Havant Borough Council will be cracking down on litterbugs by handing out on-the-spot fines.
Their new approach of "Pick Up or Pay Out" is about to begin, with Environment Rangers wondering the streets and fining people who drop litter or cigarette butts or leave their dogs' mess.
Councillor Mike Fairhurst, who is responsible for Operational Services said, "Havant Borough Council work hard to maintain the cleanliness of the borough, spending £700,000 on street cleaning annually and with over 2000 litter bins across the borough there is no excuse.
"Anyone dropping litter or not cleaning up after their dog will get an on-the-spot fine."
An inquest is due to open into the death of a Hampshire man who was killed by an elephant in India.
Colin Manvell, from Havant, was trampled by the animal in the Masinagudi National Park.
It is thought the retired teacher did not hear the elephant charge him whilst he was taking pictures of wildlife.
An eighty year old man has been charged with the murder of his wife in Hampshire.The body of Annie Beaver, aged 81, was found at her home in Leigh Park in Havant on Saturday. It has not yet been confirmed how she died. Peter Richard Beaver, 80, is due before magistrates later.
Police have issued a picture of the pensioner who was found dead at an address in Hampshire. Annie Beaver, 81, was discovered in suspicious circumstances in Leigh Park. Two men, aged 80 and 55, are being questioned by police.
A pensioner, found dead in Hampshire, has been named as Annie Beaver, aged 81, of Sherfield Avenue, Leigh Park. Two men, aged 80 and 55, from Havant, remain in police custody.
Two men have been arrested after the death of a woman in her 80s. Police were called shortly after 6am this morning to an address in Sherfield Avenue, Leigh Park. The body of a woman, aged in her 80s, was found inside the address. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
The circumstances surrounding the death are being treated as suspicious by detectives. An 80-year-old man from Havant was arrested at the scene of the death this morning on suspicion of murder. A second man, aged 55, was arrested on suspicion of murder a short time later in the Havant area.
Police are appealing for information following the theft of hundreds of metres of high voltage electrical cable from a factory unit in New Lane, Havant.
The incident took place sometime between Monday, November 4 and Tuesday, November 12.
The electrical cable was stripped of copper. The copper stolen is thought to be worth around £250,000. It is believed access was gained to the building via a rear door and entry was gained to the site by cutting open a wire fence from the railway line.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident, or noticed suspicious activity should contact PC Brent Vine at Waterlooville police station on 101, alternatively call Crimestoppers, the charity anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Video. 'It was a crash that was bound to happen'. The words of a judge today as he jailed a teenager for causing the death of his 16-year-old girlfriend in a stolen car.
A man from Havant has been jailed for 8 years for causing the death of his girlfriend.
Payton Sparks, who was 16-years-old, died and a 14-year-old boy was seriously injured when a Vauxhall Tigra driven by Lewis Young left the road and struck a building.
He had pleaded guilty to causing death by dangerous driving.
The incident happened in May this year on Petersfield Road in Havant.
Payton died at the scene whilst the 14-year-old boy sustained serious injuries.