A couple killed in a crash on the A303 have been described by their family as "caring, fun, loving and inspirational".
Jon and Judith Woodget, of Lockeridge in Marlborough both died from their injuries after their car collided with a parked lorry in a lay-by on the westbound carriageway on Sunday.
It happened west of the Bullingdon Cross interchange at Sutton Scotney near Winchester.
Police are now in a position to name two people who died following a fatal road traffic collision on the A303 at Sutton Scotney near Winchester on Sunday, July 19.
Mr Woodget, 64, died at the scene and Mrs Woodget, 65, died at Southampton General Hospital the following day, with her family at her side.
John and Judith were adored by their children Matthew, Lucy and Sarah and their four grandsons Theodore, Maxwell, Sebastian and Miles. The hole left in the family is unfathomable. They were a hugely caring, fun loving and inspirational couple. They constantly provided time, energy and help to so many people, from family and friends to the community and beyond.
The Winchester MP Steve Brine spoke out at Prime Minister's Questions today - asking David Cameron to ensure lessons are learned after the deaths of 3 reservist soldiers on a training exercise in the Breacon Beacons.
Yesterday a coroner ruled a catalogue of mistakes had played a part in the death of Lance Corporal Edward Maher from Winchester and two other men, who suffered heat exhaustion during the 16 mile SAS exercise.
Plans have been submitted for a new critical treatment hospital in North Hampshire. The 150 million pound project would centralise services for the most "at risk" patients. Company Stride Treglown want to build on a greenfield site near junction 7 of the M3. If the scheme gets the go-ahead building is due to start next year.
Some locals have criticised the location of the new hospital in countryside between Winchester and Basingstoke and its accessibility for those without cars. The developers say the site allows for rapid emergency access and will provide services for those who have suffered life threatening injuries, heart attacks or strokes, or those who require high risk or complex surgical procedure. A cancer treatment centre will also be located on the same site.
Mary Edwards, of Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust says “Creating this hospital means we can make services even safer for the sickest and most at risk because we can provide consultant-delivered care and critical care services on site 24/7 in one central place, a model which will lead the way for the NHS and will provide even higher quality care and better outcomes for patients.”
The application is due to be considered in August.
250 troops marched through the streets of Winchester today - to the beat of a 36-strong band. The Summer spectacle is part of celebrations to mark 300 years of the King's Royal Hussars. The regiment which recruits from Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, and the Isle of Wight returned from Afghanistan in 2012. Today on home soil - they took part in a Freedom Parade, watched by crowds of well wishers. Here's our report from Emma Wilkinson
Hundreds of volunteers have spent the day arranging thousands of flowers at Winchester Cathedral.
A four-day festival starts tomorrow - and Simon Parkin has been along for a special preview.
This year's Winchester Flower Festival begins today. The theme is 'Cascades'.
It follows on from the success of the event in 2013 when sixteen thousand people visited the floral showcase.
Thanks to help from three hundred volunteer arrangers, thousands of blooms will be on display at Winchester Cathedral until Sunday.
The £5m redevelopment of Naomi House hospice near Winchester is just months away from completion.
The finishing touches are being made to the very special site at Sutton Scotney, which will mean more space and more facilities for children with terminal illnesses and their families.
Luke Castiglione has been to take an exclusive look around.
Children, together with a small flock of South Downs sheep, have launched a new permanent exhibition at Winchester City Mill.Read the full story ›
Proposals for the controversial Silver Hill development in the centre of Winchester are to be discussed by the city council today.
Councillors will decide if a planning application for housing, offices and shops - originally approved in 2009 - can proceed. It consists of almost 300 new homes, offices, shops, a new bus station and car park.
Opponents said the plans would have a negative impact on the city's historic character.
The Westgate School is Hampshire's first state school offering education right across the ages. It will teach pupils between four and 16. It's hoped that it will help children make a smooth transition between primary and secondary learning.