A fire has broken out in the Titanic exhibition at the Sea City Museum in Southampton.
A wooden model caught fire on the first floor shortly before 12.30pm.
Firefighters are still at the scene although the fire is contained.
The way rubbish is collected in Southampton changes today - from once a week to fortnightly instead.
The practice, already adopted by many councils in the south, will save money, but some residents fear it will lead to a rise in litter and vermin, particularly as the weather gets warmer.
Initially the change will only affect households, with the majority of flats continuing to have weekly collections.
Part of a supermarket car park has been cordoned off after the police were called to an incident in the Southampton area in the early hours of this morning. Officers from Hampshire Police were called to the Asda in Maynard Road in Totton at around 2.20am.
The Asda store is expected to open at 7am. There will be access to the rest of the car park. Hampshire Police have said they will release more information later in the morning.
Armed police have been on duty as part of increased security measures at the Common People festivals in Southampton and Oxford. Organisers say they've only had one request for a ticket refund as a result of the Manchester bombing. Richard Jones reports.
Thirty five years ago Britain was at war in the Falklands.
More than 250 British troops were killed during the conflict in 1982, which began after the small islands in the South Atlantic were invaded by Argentina.
A number of merchant ships from the South were used to transport troops and materials, including the QE2 which was based in Southampton.
Today, veterans and volunteers went aboard the QE2's successor, the Queen Elizabeth, to mark the anniversary.
Kevin Ashford reports from the port.
Kevin spoke to volunteer Jacqui White and Former Guardsman Rob Nicholls.
Southampton pop star Craig David has cancelled his homecoming gig at Hampshire's Ageas Bowl.
The singer will instead play four dates at the Mayflower Theatre in September, because of what his promotors are calling 'unavoidable circumstances'.
Anyone who has already bought a ticket will be offered a seat at one of the Mayflower shows within the next 48 hours.
One hundred and forty two weapons have been handed in during Southampton's knife amnesty.
Bins were placed outside Southampton Central and Portswood Police stations throughout the last month in a bid to reduce drug-related knife crime in the city.
A 33% reduction in crime has been recorded compared with the previous month.
Officers also carried out search warrants and patrols to seize weapons and disrupt violent drug-related crime.
Sixteen people were arrested for drug offences and for carrying weapons.
Twenty people and 11 vehicles were searched.
“We are really pleased with the results of this amnesty. Tackling violent crime is a priority for us and we can help protect people from harm by working together and carrying out these kind of campaigns. Our message to those people who insist on bringing violence to the streets of Southampton remains the same, we will take robust action against anyone found to be illegally in possession of a knife or bladed article in this city.”
A woman has been charged with attempted murder after a 20 year old woman was stabbed in the back in Southampton on Tuesday.
33 year old Sarah-Jane Hall of Bourne Road has also been charged with possession of a bladed article.
The stabbing took place in Blechynden Terrace just after 1pm on Tuesday 16th May.
The victim suffered serious but not life threatening injuries and has been discharged from hospital.
Hampshire Police would like to hear from anyone who was in the Southbrook Road and Millbrook Road East areas between 12.15pm and 1pm on Tuesday 16th May.
They are urging anyone with information to call 101 and quote 44170183647.
Detectives in Surrey are appealing for the public's help to find two men wanted by police.
Francis Ward who's 20 and from Southampton, and Noel Devlin who's 27 and from Cambridgeshire are wanted for questioning.
Officers are urging anyone with information about where they are to contact them immediately.
If you have any information, please contact Surrey Police on 101 (or 999 in an emergency) and quote reference: 45170047499 or report online at https://report.police.uk/.
Alternatively, you can anonymously call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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