There were rowdy scenes in Winchester today during a visit by Boris Johnson.
The former London Mayor was in the city to drum up support for his Vote Leave campaign.
But as Phil Hornby reports, for a man who always has something to say on the topic, he struggled to make himself heard.
A carnival atmosphere has surrounded a visit by Boris Johnson to Winchester on his Vote Leave campaign.
Supporters of each side in the referendum battle converged on the historic Buttercross in the city centre ahead of Mr Johnson's arrival. But as Mr Johnson attempted to give a speech, much of it was drowned out by vocal opponents shouting "Liar, liar".
Supporters of Mr Johnson applauded him and several asked him to pose for selfies.
Counting has been underway all day at the Guildhall in Winchester following the biggest election in the city since 2002. The results were confirmed this afternoon. The Conservatives have held on to control of the city council, despite a tough battle from the Lib Dems. Kate Bunkall was at the count on Saturday. Here's her report.
The Conservatives retain control of Winchester City Council after this week's local elections. The entire body was up for re-election. The count has taken place at the city's Guildhall today.
A teenage blood cancer patient from Winchester who launched a social media campaign to find a bone marrow donor to help save her life has had her transplant operation.
Zara Al Shaikh is half-Arabic and half-English and her mixed ethnicity means she has a very rare tissue type. She urgently needed a blood stem cell donor to treat her leukaemia. Following months of campaigning to raise awareness, a donor match was found in April.
Amazing news: I've got a match. Thank you to everyone for the wonderful support and that special person for being on the register
Zara had her operation yesterday and a message on the 'Saving Zara's Life - Match4Zara' Facebook page said that she was sitting up and smiling after a successful transplant operation. Her family also took the chance to thank everyone who spread the message about her search.
Zara's supporters had been working with charities such as Delete Blood Cancer UK to raise awareness. Her family are asking for people to continue signing donor registers so other families can benefit from the support which they have received.
A group of teachers are embarking on a range of fundraising activities to help those in need of a lifesaving blood stem cell donation.Read the full story ›
Hampshire Police have been granted extra time to continue questioning three men who were arrested in connection with an armed robbery on a jewellery store in Winchester yesterday.
The raid on Justice jewellers on Parchment Street took place just after 9am on Friday 15th April. Several roads were closed off while police carried out their investigation.
Two 21-year-old men from Hertfordshire and a man from London aged 28 were detained on Friday. The three men remain in custody and are being questioned on suspicion of robbery.
More than 100 dogs have been microchipped at a special event in Winchester ahead of a new law coming into force tomorrow.
To help with the new change in legislation, the Animal Welfare Team at Winchester City Council held a free event to have dogs chipped.
Winchester City Council’s Animal Welfare Officer May Carrington said: “We were really pleased with such a great turnout. We successfully microchipped 104 dogs which in turn makes our job easier! If a dog goes astray then we’re able, with a microchip, to trace the owners. Collars and tags can become lost or removed, but microchipping is a permanent way of identifying your pet.”
The new law is part of the Microchipping of Dogs (England) Regulations 2015 and makes it compulsory for all dogs over the age of eight weeks to be fitted with microchips, registered to an approved database and for the details on the chip to be kept up to date. The microchip is the size of a grain of rice and will be officially registered with an approved microchip database, which holds information about the dog and its owners contact details. Owners who fail to have their dog microchipped and registered could be issued with a notice giving 21 days to get the dog chipped. If this isn't complied with, a £500 fine could follow.
She wants everyone to know that mental illness doesn't have to be a life sentence.
Julie Roberts is anxious to let everyone know how she, personally, has recovered.
Julie, who lives in Winchester has been taking part in a pioneering scheme aimed at helping survivors, and improving psychiatric care for other patients.
She's been talking to Rachel Hepworth.
Thousands of people have signed up to register as blood stem cell donors after an online campaign was started by a teenager from Winchester.Read the full story ›