Dozens of people have joined a march in Winchester as part of the city's gay pride event. The annual gathering celebrates the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Tonight a party will be held at the Guild Hall.
We spoke to some of the people taking part in the celebrations, and one of the organisers - Sarah Collins from Hampshire Pride.
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Many people are spending today carrying out their final preparations for Christmas Day tomorrow. Mary Stanley spoke to people on the high street in Winchester - some were shopping, others were just soaking up the festive atmosphere on Christmas Eve...
Hampshire Police have released this CCTV image after a 30 year old man was assaulted in Winchester.
The incident happened on 11th December at 2.30am inside Alfies pub.
Police are urging anyone who may know this man to contact police.
A mother accused of killing her 19-day-old baby has described to a court how she saw the lights go out in his eyes.
Nicola Brown, nee Long, 43, is charged with the murder and two counts of causing grievous bodily harm to Jake Long.
Winchester Crown Court heard that he died of a severe head injury and had suffered a total of 17 broken ribs on two previous occasions.
Jake's father, jason Brown, is accused of causing or allowing the death of a child.
The fatal incident happened while Nicola Brown was looking after the young baby at their home in Agincourt Road, Portsmouth, Hampshire, on December 19, 2014, while Mr Brown was at work as a forklift driver on a building site.
I was his mother and I loved him very much, he was half asleep, I tried to give him his bottle. He made a noise and I saw the lights go out of my son's eyes and that's a picture I will never forget for the rest of my life.
The defendants, who married after their son's death, deny the charges.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue are carrying out a car crash cut-out exercise today in Winchester to highlight the dangers of texting behind the wheel.
The event at Peter Symonds College is part of the college's week long Stay Safe at Christmas campaign.
Additional activities will include beer goggle basketball and Scalextric text racing.
Demolition work on one of Winchester's tallest buildings has begun.
The former Hampshire Constabulary headquarters in Romsey Road is being torn down to make way for over 200 new homes of which, a portion will be affordable housing.
For more than 50 years the building stood at the top of the highest point in the city.
Thousands of homes and businesses in the centre of Winchester are without power this afternoon.
A major power cut in the city centre meant many shops and restaurants having to close.